The Romeo Ferraris Giulia ETCR is ready for testing
Williams battery installation was completed today on the Vallelunga circuit
There are three months left to the start of the Pure ETCR championship and the teams are preparing properly. The Alfa Romeo Giulia built by Romeo Ferraris completed the final preparations today and will soon begin to be tested on the track.
On the Vallelunga circuit near Rome, the technicians of Magelec and Williams Advanced Engineering have in fact completed the insertion of the inverter and the batteries on the car. Now the Monegasque driver Stefano Coletti will be able to start tests to evaluate the performance of the Giulia ETCR.
However, the Italian team will have less time than the others to acquire data, as Cupra and Hyundai have been testing their cars for months. But the Romeo Ferraris staff is confident of making up for the disadvantage in a short time.