(ANSA) – ROME, MAY 11 – Everything is ready in Pergusa, where the engines of the Aci Racing Weekend Trofeo Città di Enna will warm up in a few hours, scheduled from May 13 to 15. Taking to the track will be the protagonists of the top ACI Sport tricolor series on the track, namely the teams and drivers of the Italian GT Endurance Championship, the Italian Prototype Championship and the Italian Historic Car Championship. The Sicilian racing weekend will also see historic cars and their lucky owners as protagonists on the occasion of the ACI Storico Festival meeting which will see over 40 cars of very high historical value from all over Sicily on parade. The event is organized by the Consorzio Ente Autodromo Pergusa, chaired by the volcanic Mario Sgrò, with the support of ACI Sport, then important partners such as the Automobile Club of Enna chaired by Alessandro Battaglia, in addition to the always effective collaboration of the ACI Sport Sicilia Delegate / Trustee Daniele Settimo and the entire staff. National showcase for Sicily thanks to numbers and quality. There will be over 120 drivers who will take turns driving between the various championships and over 90 cars that will take to the track for a weekend with a very high competitive depth and of great media relevance given the live television broadcast by the ACI Sport structure which will broadcast live streaming and on ACI Sport Tv, channel 228 of the Sky platform.
The sporting motives are exalted, with the presence in the starting lot of the actor and expert driver Ettore Bassi who, after the debut race of the CIVM in Fasano, will again be at the wheel of the Wolf GB 08 Thunder with Aprilia engine, a single-seater with which he will certainly perform as a protagonist in the Italian Prototype Championship which at its seasonal debut in Sicily for its 37 edition. Still among the prototypes, eyes focused on the young Sicilian kart driver Andrea Di Caro. The 19-year-old from Caltanissetta, a first-year student in mechanical engineering, will make his debut in the Tricolore, right in the home race. In the higher class the 488 GT3 Evo will be driven by the Venetian Riccardo Agostini, the Lucanian Vito Postiglione and Lorenzo Patrese, the latter son of the famous F1 Riccardo. (HANDLE).