Bullet Athlete Rui Andrade was crowned champion of the European Le Mans Series in LMP2 Pro-AM category last weekend in Portimão. The 22-year-old becomes the first Angolan racing driver to win a title in international motorsport.
No one was able to match the pace of Bullet Athlete Franco Colapinto at the Temple of Speed. The Argentine delivered G-Drive Racing by Algarve Pro’s second consecutive pole position in ELMS and set the fastest lap of the race last weekend in Monza, Italy.
The European Le Mans Series visited Monza last weekend. Rui and his teammates John Falb and Roberto Merhi arrived at the Temple of Speed as Pro-AM Championship leaders and were aiming to extend their lead, but it didn’t come easy for the #25 G-Drive Racing by Algarve Pro squad.