The picture of the teams who will appear in the 2016 Maserati GranTurismo MC is becoming clearer. For the past six seasons, the cars have turned out in the Maserati Trofeo, a series that ended at Abu Dhabi (UAE) last December.
Romain Monti: the Maserati Trofeo’s last champion
From Monza to Abu Dhabi: six years of the Maserati Trofeo
The last round in the Maserati Trofeo, held at Abu Dhabi, saw Romain Monti triumph
The final round in the 2015 Trofeo World Series at Abu Dhabi will bring season six in Maserati's single-make series to a close. This, however, will not be the end of Maserati's sporting activities: the GranTurismo MCs will be back on track in 2016. Next season they will be run by private teams and will compete in international GT4 series
For the third straight year, the Maserati Trofeo World Series will be wrapped up at Yas Marina (UAE).
This year, Derek Hill and Freddie Hunt, sons of World Driving Champions Phil Hill and James Hunt, tested their driving skills at the limit, and they did so in a car befitting champions: Derek and Freddie piloted Maserati Trofeo cars during the US Rounds of the 2015 season.
Motors TV will broadcast the Suzuka Round 5 synthesis of 48 minutes with the following television plan
Maserati will appear at the Japanese circuit of Suzuka for the first time in its history, one that stretches back over a hundred years. The occasion will be Round 5 in the Maserati Trofeo World Series on the weekend of 24-25 October, one that ties in with the sixth round in the Super Taikyu series.
Round 5 in the Maserati Trofeo World Series will be run on the weekend of 24-25 October. The stage will be the F1 circuit of Suzuka on a weekend that ties in with the sixth round in the Super Taikyu series