15 Oct 2020
This weekend, 42 drivers from 21 different countries will be behind the wheel of the F4 cars powered by the Abarth engine. The fifth event in the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth is scheduled at Monza, plus round 5 of the FIA ADAC F4 Championship powered by Abarth will be taking place at the Red Bull Ring in Austria.
05 Oct 2020
In the third race of the Abarth Rally Cup at the Rally Fafe Montelongo in Portugal, part of the FIA ERC European Rally Championship, victory for the young Italian Andrea Mabellini, with Nicola Arena taking a great second place in the ERC2 class with the Abarth 124 rally.
01 Oct 2020
This weekend, the next stage of the FIA ERC European Rally Championship takes place in Portugal: the Rally Fafe Montelongo, the third race in the Abarth Rally Cup.
28 Sep 2020
On the Nürburgring circuit, the Briton Jonny Edgar and the American Jak Crawford won one race each. In the third race, victory for the Russian Vladislav Lomko
21 Sep 2020
The Briton Jonny Edgar leads the championship rankings, ahead of the Finn Elias Seppänen and the American Jak Crawford
17 Sep 2020
For the launch of the new 595 Monster Energy Yamaha special series – to be presented together with the 595 Scorpioneoro special series on September 18th – Abarth returns to the windshields of the YZR-M1 ridden by Maverick Viñales and Valentino Rossi from the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Team, at the “TISSOT Emilia-Romagna and Riviera di Rimini Grand Prix”, to be run on the international circuit at Misano, named after the racer Marco Simoncelli, next weekend, September 18th to 20th.
11 Sep 2020
From Misano to Turin aboard the new Abarth 595 Monster Energy Yamaha special series, with “Trastevere73” at the wheel – two-time “eSport MotoGP” World Champion and the first official eSport rider from the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP team, symbolically uniting the capital of Motorcycling with the Scorpion brand’s hometown.
31 Aug 2020
- The circuit dedicated to Enzo and Dino Ferrari was the setting for the second challenge between 24 drivers from 17 countries, behind the wheel of single-seaters with an Abarth T-Jet engine
- The overall rankings see two Italian drivers – Francesco Pizzi and Gabriele Minì – in the lead; third place to the Romanian Philip Ugran
Spectacle and adrenaline in the second weekend of the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth on the Enzo and Dino Ferrari circuit in Imola: 3 races and 3 different winners, featuring the single-seater Tatuus with a 160 hp Abarth T-Jet engine, driven by young competitors.
In Race1 the Romanian Ugran took the lead during lap 5, overtaking the Swede Dino Beganovic and the Englishman Jonny Edgar, who started in pole position. Ugran maintained the lead until the end, ahead of Edgar and Jonny Crawford, from the USA.
Race2 was run in the rain, starting behind the safety car, which came on twice more after several cars ran off the track. The Englishman Edgar managed to overtake the American Crawford and the Italian Andrea Rosso on the slippery ground.
Andrea Rosso was the big star of the last race. In the early laps, he managed to overtake Crawford and Edgar, to take the lead. From the back of the field came Pizzi, who ended up in second place, ahead of Edgar.
Based on this result, Pizzi (Van Amersfoort Racing) managed to maintain first place in the overall rankings of the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth, 2 points ahead of Gabriele Minì (Prema Powerteam). This time, Minì did not take a podium placing, but still picked up points in all three races, coming in 7th in Race1, 5th in Race2, and 4th in Race3. Third place went to the Romanian Ugran, separated from the leader by 7 points.
The Imola course was run by 24 drivers, including some from the German FIA ADAC F4 Championship powered by Abarth. They had decided to build up their experience with races from the Italian series, especially on the more technical and difficult circuits, such as Imola, where the Formula 1 Grand Prix will take place this year.
One of the most important aspects of the Formula 4 Championships, well supported by the reliability of the Abarth engines, is the opportunity for drivers to race on more technical, difficult and selective tracks, to prepare them to compete professionally in the higher categories. The next event, scheduled for September 11-13, will again take place on a Formula 1 circuit: the Red Bull Ring in Austria.
Turin, August 31, 2020.
28 Aug 2020
Abarth presents two new special limited-edition series – with only 2,000 units of each to be produced, which embody the duality of its soul: “Style” and “Performance”.
17 Aug 2020
- The Czech Martin Rada And Jaroslav Jugas with the Abarth 124 rally of the Agrotec team imposed themselves in the Abarth Rally Cup, the Liepaja Rally, in Latvia, second race of the FIA European Rally Championship
- At the Nurburgring, in the second round of the FIA ADAC F4 Championship powered by Abarth the three spectacular races were won by the Italian Gabriele Minì, by the British Jonny Edgar and by the German Joshua Durksen
13 Aug 2020
Rally Liepāja 2020: three teams in the Abarth 124 rally at the starting line for round 2 of the ERC and the Abarth Rally Cup 2020, held in Latvia from August 14 to 16
03 Aug 2020
In the first 3 races of the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth, 3 Italian rookies have dominated: Gabriele Minì, Andrea Rosso and Francesco Pizzi.
31 Jul 2020
First stage of the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth at the circuit in Misano Adriatico; round 1 of the ADAC F4 Championship powered by Abarth at Lausitzring.
27 Jul 2020
In the first race of the single-branded championship reserved to Abarth 124 rally double win for the italian drivers, with Mabellini-Arena before Gobbin-Cervi
23 Jul 2020
Three Abarth 124 rally teams will be on the starting line of the Rally di Roma Capitale, part of the FIA European Rally Championship 2020.
06 Jul 2020
1949 hours, 7 European countries and around 3,700 km. 1949 hours, 7 European countries and around 3,700 km. The Abarth 695 70° Anniversario roars its way back as the star of the tour after the break for the Europe-wide lockdown.
29 Jun 2020
The 2020 season of the Abarth Rally Cup officially opens with the Rally di Roma Capitale on July 24, then continues to Latvia, the Czech Republic, Portugal, Hungary and Spain