Eurointernational Group is pleased to announce today that it will enter the last three events of the 2009 Formula BMW Pacific Championship starting at the Singapore F1 GP on Sept.25-27, 2009, to continue with the WTCC event at Okayama, Japan on Oct.30-Nov.1 and ending in Macau on Nov.20-22, at the famous WTCC and F3 international event.
Eurointernational Group is planning to enter at least 3 FBMW cars at these three events but will be able to increase the number of entries, giving priority to Team drivers entered already in the FBMW Europe and Americas Championship, adding further cars following the requests already received from several drivers.
Following the 2009 participation to the FBMW Pacific Championship, Eurointernational Group will create a specific racing organization to compete in the entire 2010 FBMW Pacific Championship, completing a worldwide racing program with the FBMW Americas and Europe.
"FBMW Pacific is a very important and difficult project" said Eurointernational Group owner Antonio Ferrari for our entire racing organization, which will be able to compete in all three FBMW Series worldwide allowing our drivers to race in almost all of the F1 racing weekends in Europe, Americas and Asia, offering boundless global opportunities to our sponsors and drivers.
Eurointernational Group is the reigning FBMW World Final Team Champion, winning last December event at Mexico City with American driver Alexander Rossi, and is leading both FBMW Europe and Americas Championships in the Teams and Drivers standings.
Rookie Brazilian Felipe Nasr is first in the FBMW Europe Drivers standing with his teammate Red Bull Spanish driver Daniel Juncadella third. Brazilian Giancarlo Vilarinho is leading the FBMW Americas Championship in front of teammate Colombian Gabby Chaves, while American Michael Lewis, fourth overall, is first in the FBMW Americas Rookie Championship. Eurointernational is chasing the fourth FBMW Americas Teams and Drivers titles after the three wins in 2006-2007-2008 with an incredible record of 20 consecutive wins in the Series.
With 38 wins in 4 years of FBMW USA/Americas and FBMW Europe, Eurointernational Group is the racing organization with more wins and podium in FBMW history and is the largest present FBMW racing team organization with a fleet of 10 FBMW cars.
"We are re-adjusting our 2009 racing activity giving priority to our FBMW Europe and Americas programs" concluded Antonio Ferrari. FBMW Pacific completes our plans for this season, after the cancelation of the FBMW World Final while in 2010 our commitment to Formula BMW will be total and worldwide, with a fourth new program in Europe to be announced upon our entry will be confirmed by the Series Organizers.