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  • Writer's pictureALICE CECCHI

Vicky Piria joins Enrico Fulgenzi Racing

Italian racing driver Vicky Piria signed a two-year deal with Enrico Fulgenzi Racing team, in a partnership that will see Vicky tackling her second season of GT racing.

Photo by Racers Behind the Helmet

Vicky Piria is now a full time driver for Enrico Fulgenzi Racing, one of the most successful Italian GT racing teams. After a very promising rookie season in the Italian GT Championship in 2022, Vicky is looking forward to returning to the track with her new team, with whom she signed a two-year-contract to race in GT competitions.

Vicky Piria is one of the most experienced drivers of her generation, having raced in GP3, Formula 3 and W Series, where she collected many point-scoring finishes. Her competence and communication skills also allowed the driver to become a known media personality in her home country and beyond. The two-year deal includes both a racing program, where Vicky will be a precious resource for the team, as well as many other goals to achieve in various areas, such as communications and marketing for the next few years.

Photo by Racers Behind the Helmet

"We're happy to have Vicky in our roster" said Enrico Fulgenzi, "She's an excellent driver and an amazing partner for our project. We're sure that having her with us will help us reach our goals and make us even more competitive".

Piria will be the first female racing for Enrico Fulgenzi Racing, as she continues to break barriers and inspire the younger generations. Vicky will be a great asset in developing new inspiring projects, as she already did with her Vicky Speed Club and initiatives such as "LaMiaVittoria".

Vicky will already be on track racing this weekend at Mugello, in a Porsche 992 Cup, where she'll be able to train and get to know the Enrico Fulgenzi Racing car and team. The team is very happy and proud to have her onboard and are eager to know what the next season will look like once the full program will be released.

With one season of GT racing under her belt – and with her first class podium at the season finale in Mugello in 2022 – Piria can certainly aim to carry momentum.



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