Cervesina (PV)– Last week the MM Driving Academy brought four drivers at the Tazio Nuvolari Circuit in Cervesina (Pavia). The aim of these two days was to present the Academy to the drivers and their families and to let the drivers experience what the Academy could give to them. During these tests days, the young drivers were supported by Jacopo Guidetti as coach. Jacopo, class of 2002, is an outstanding driver of JAS Motorsport, the official Honda Racing Team.

Coaching session with Jacopo Guidetti and the telemetrist.

On July 29th was the turn of Carlo Tamburini for the Driving Academy and Roberto Barin for the Driving Course.
Carlo is a Formula 4 driver, class 2005, who enjoys also basketball, travels and animals. He started with kart racing and in 2020 he started to compete in the FX Italian Series. Now he is looking at the next season and the MM Driving Academy is the best place to boost his career.

Carlo Tamburini on Honda TCR in 2021.

This was his first time in a real car and, after fews lap for taking confidence with the new Driving position, he did a fantastic performance by gaining 3 seconds on his first time.

We are so proud about his improvement and we cannot wait to have him as driver in the MM Driving Academy at the end of this season.

On July 30th, the two Honda Civic TCR were driven by Marco Iannotta for the Driving Academy and Luigi Bamonte for the Driving Course.
It has been two years that Marco is far from tracks, especially due to the pandemic situation. He has started with karts, then he moved to cars with the Mini Challenge and now he is focused on TCR Italy.

Marco Iannotta on a TCR car in 2021.

Marco had already done one test at Tazio Nuvolari and another test in Enzo and Dino Ferrari Circuit with Franco Girolami as coach. This was his last test before his debut in the TCR Italy on the next September 3rd and he demonstrated a strong determination during the race simulation he performed in Cervesina.