For the second consecutive year, Luca Bosco will be on the GT4 European Series entry-list. First race this weekend at Imola circuit.

After the winter break and preparations for the new season, it’s time to get back in the car, strongly motivated after 2021.

Last season, his first in GT4 after karting, Luca Bosco’s initial aim was to gain experience, put together kilometers and learn as much as possible. This objective quickly changed after the first races, which allowed Luca to aspire even higher, managing to get on the podium with continuity, to play for victory and especially to stay in the ranking for the Pro-Am series, finishing third overall.

This result was unexpected by Luca himself and gradually became a reality, thanks to his dedication and hard work with the Selleslagh Racing Team, which will continue to support him this season too. Talking about 2022, there will be many novelties again, starting with the category. Luca Bosco will no longer compete in the Pro-Am but in the Silver Cup category, which is more competitive than ever and at a high level. The car will be again a Mercedes-AMG GT4, driven together with his new teammate, the American Alexander Papadopulos.

Here are Luca’s first impressions at the beginning of the season: “The 2022 season is finally about to start. Main objective will again be to learn and improve, race after race. Looking at the numbers, in the end, I have only done six races in GT4 so far. The results were there from the start, especially because I felt great with the car and the team, but I still must work and learn, that’s how I am, I’m always looking for the best. This year I will also change category, something that doesn’t frighten me, because I have always done it in karting (I moved from junior to KZ at 14 years old), I am used to be one of the youngest on the grid. Last year gave me a lot of emotions, not only on the track. It was a great experience to be awarded in London by SRO a few weeks ago for last year’s results. Furthermore, I was nominated for  the Young Talent of the Year, and became ambassador for the Sean Edwards Foundation, which is a great honor for me.
I know it will be tough this year with 50 cars on the grid, with a very high level and a lot of professional drivers but I will do my best as always.
Honestly, I never thought I would live through a year like this when on 16 April last year I celebrated my 17th birthday on the track during my first race in GT4 at Monza. Now the season will start again at one of the most beautiful and iconic Italian tracks, Imola. I know the track as I trained a lot on the simulator. But now I will have to apply what I learned virtually in reality. I would like to thank Patrick Selleslagh to give me this opportunity, my loyal sponsors Laboratoires Activa and AZ Telecom, who believed in me for my first season and will continue to do so this year, together with my new partners, Mercedes-Benz ByMyCar Côte d’Azur, CBD Shop France, Duncan Nice and the support of the Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur”.

Luca Bosco is ready for his second season as a GT driver which will begin this weekend at the Autodromo Enzo and Dino Ferrari in Imola. Saturday and Sunday’s races will be broadcasted via live streaming on the GT World Challenge website and on the official YouTube channel GT4 European Championship and GT World Championship.


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