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ADM Motorsport

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Italy ADM Motorsport
Founded1988
Team principal(s)Renato Melchioretto
Current seriesItalian Formula 4
Former seriesEuro Formula 3000
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0
Italian Formula 3
International Formula Master
British Formula 3
German Formula 3
Current driversFrancesco Pizzi

ADM Motorsport are an Italian motorsports team, currently competing in the International Formula Master series, though they have also competed in Euro Formula 3000 and Formula Three.

History

Birth and Formula Panda

The team was founded in 1988 by Renato Melchioretto when he manufactured his first racing car, the ADM Formula Panda.

Since the debut, the car was fast and at the end of its first racing season, it was 2nd in the final standings of the Trofeo Cadetti Agip of Formula Panda with Alessandro Aghernio as the driver.

1989 brought more success as Marco Baroncini won them the Formula Panda Italian Championship while Oliverio Saleri won the Trofeo Cadetti Agip.

Formula 3 and Formula Boxer

In 1991 ADM began to race in the Italian Formula 3 with three Dallara cars winning the championship in 1992 with Saleri.

1993 saw the team move to Formula Europa Boxer, the team was directly involved in design and manufacture of its own cars.

In 1994 ADM lined up two cars in the Formula Boxer resulting in three wins and two 2nd places. They also won the Greek Formula 3 with Manolis Moschous.

They continued in Greek Formula 3 until 1998 with Moschous still driving, winning the championship in 1995, 1996 and 1998. In addition they also ventured into the Hungarian Formula 3 championship with Claudia Steffek finishing 2nd in the championship.

Italian and Euro Formula 3000

ADM Motorsport began competing in the new Italian Formula 3000 championship in 1999. Italian, Cesare Manfredini began the season as their driver but was replaced midseason by Greek driver, Nikolas Stremmeneos. The team came 10th in the teams championship with 2 points.

The team vastly improved their results in 2000, winning the drivers championship with Ricardo Sperafico. A second car was also added with Paolo Ruberti, Salvatore Tavano and Tomas Scheckter sharing the car. ADM came 2nd in the team's championship losing out by only 5 points to Arden Team Russia.

Brazilian, Vítor Meira lead the team in the 2001 Euro F3000 though he failed to continue Sperafico's championship winning ways, only finishing 5th in the driver's championship. Once again the second car saw an assortment of drivers with Matteo Santoponte, Gabriele Varano and Sergei Zlobin all sharing the car. ADM dropped back down to 5th in the team's championship.

Meira continued with the team in 2002 but got replaced midseason by Leonardo Nienkotter who in turn was replaced by Gianmaria Bruni. Armin Pornbacher raced in the second car but never managed to score. It was a disappointing season as no points were scored by any of the drivers.

2003 saw a return to form for the team with Gianmaria Bruni returning for five races with the team, winning three of them on his way to 3rd in the drivers championship. Rafaele Sperafico was his teammate but he only scored two points and was replaced for the last two races by Jaime Melo who won the season finale. ADM would finish 2nd in the teams championship.

For 2004 the team took on Norbert Siedler and Allam Khodair. Siedler converted two of his five pole positions into wins on his way to 3rd in the drivers championship. Khodair on the other hand only managed one point dragging the team down to 4th in the team's championship.

International Formula Master

In 2005 the team switched to the new 3000 Pro Series. Norbert Siedler continued with the team with Fausto Ippoliti as his teammate. A third part-time car was added with Stefano Attianese, Franz Woss and Davide Valsecchi all running at least one race. Siedler tied for the drivers championship with Max Busnelli in a unique situation where not only the two drivers scored the same number of points but had also had an exact same record of race results over the 8 race championship. Ippoliti meanwhile finished 7th in the championship while ADM were again runners up in the team's championship.

2006 saw the 3000 Pro Series rebranded as the F3000 International Masters championship. The team ran three full-time cars. Fausto Ippoliti continued with the team alongside Daniil Move and Luca Persiani. Ippoliti however would be replaced by Alessandro Pier Guidi after one round with Tor Graves taking over from round 3 at Brands Hatch. Daniil Move would also be replaced by Dominik Schraml midseason. Persiani scored the team's only win of the season on his way to 4th in the drivers championship. ADM came 3rd in the teams championship.

In 2007 the F3000 formula was dropped and rebranded as the International Formula Master series. ADM started the season with 4 cars driven by Frankie Provenzano, Michele Caliendo, Nick de Brujin and Dominick Schraml. However one car was dropped after three rounds after Schraml left while de Brujin was replaced by a returning Norbert Siedler. Siedler would earn two wins on his way to 6th in the championship easily outclassing Provenzano and Caliendo. ADM came 5th in the teams championship.

In 2008 Siedler, Provenzano and Caliendo were joined by Octavio Fretias. However, only Caliendo finished the season with the team. Davide Rigon, Tomas Pivoda, Earl Bamber and Federico Scionti also ran for the team later in the season. Siedler was again the team's highest ranked driver in 10th though Bamber managed 15th in the championship despite only running one round after winning the team's only win of the season in one of the two races. ADM only managed 6th in the teams championship.

Bamber returned for the 2009 season with Marcello Puglisi as his teammate. Unfortunately the team only lasted two rounds with Harald Schlegelmilch replacing Puglisi for the second round. As a result, the team were only 8th in the teams championship having scored just 4 points. It is unknown whether they will return for the 2010 season.

Current series results

Italian Formula 4

Italian F4 Championship
Year Drivers Races Wins Poles F/Laps Points D.C. T.C.
2016 Brazil Mauro Auricchio 9 0 0 0 2 31st 16th
2017 Brazil Mauro Auricchio 0 0 0 0 2 NC† NC
Germany Andreas Estner 3 0 0 0 0 NC†
Italy Diego Bertonelli 3 0 0 0 2 NC†
2019 Italy Francesco Pizzi Only Test 0 0 0 0 NC

To be able to compete in the main classification, drivers were obliged to compete in five rounds at least, one of these rounds should be the finale at Monza.

Former series results

3000 Pro Series/International Formula Master

3000 Pro Series
Year Drivers Races Wins Poles F/Laps Points D.C. T.C.
2005 Italy Fausto Ippoliti 8 0 0 0 17 7th 2nd
Austria Norbert Siedler 8 2 5 0 49 1st
Italy Stefano Attianese 2 0 0 0 0 20th
Austria Franz Wöss 1 0 0 0 0 26th
Italy Davide Valsecchi 1 0 0 0 3 15th
F3000 International Masters
2006 Russia Daniil Move 7 0 0 0 11 17th 3rd
Germany Dominik Schraml 3 0 0 0 8 20th
Italy Fausto Ippoliti 2 0 0 0 5 21st
Italy Alessandro Pier Guidi 4 0 1 0 13 14th
Thailand Tor Graves 11 0 0 0 15 13th
Italy Luca Persiani 15 1 2 1 52 4th
International Formula Master
2007 Italy Frankie Provenzano 12 0 0 0 7 20th 5th
Italy Michele Caliendo 15 0 0 0 0 31st
Netherlands Nick de Bruijn 6 0 0 0 7 21st
Germany Dominik Schraml 6 0 0 0 0 32nd
Austria Norbert Siedler 10 2 0 0 40 6th
2008 Italy Davide Rigon 2 0 0 0 0 29th 6th
Czech Republic Tomas Pivoda 8 0 0 0 0 33rd†
New Zealand Earl Bamber 2 1 0 0 12 15th
Brazil Octavio Freitas 6 0 0 0 0 40th
Austria Norbert Siedler 12 0 0 2 22 10th†
Italy Federico Scionti 2 0 0 0 0 39th
Italy Frankie Provenzano 6 0 0 0 7 20th†
Italy Michele Caliendo 16 0 0 0 2 25th
2009 Latvia Harald Schlegelmilch 2 0 0 0 3 16th† 8th
New Zealand Earl Bamber 4 0 0 0 2 18th
Italy Marcello Puglisi 2 0 0 0 1 19th

† Shared results with other teams

German Formula 3

German Formula Three Championship
Year Car Drivers Races Wins Poles F/Laps Points D.C. T.C.
2012 Dallara F308-VW Power Engine Israel Alon Day 12 0 0 0 48 11th† N/A
2013 Dallara F308-VW Power Engine Italy Matteo Cairoli 26 0 0 0 112 7th 4th
Dallara F308-VW Power Engine Poland Tomasz Krzeminski 8 0 0 0 69 9th
Italy Luca Iannaccone 3 0 0 0 0 22nd†
Russia Nikita Zlobin 9 0 0 0 3 20th
2014 Dallara F308-Volkswagen China Kang Ling [G] 5 0 0 1 0 NC‡ NC
United Kingdom Dino Zamparelli [G] 3 0 0 0 0 NC‡
Brazil Luís Felipe Derani [G] 3 0 0 0 0 NC‡
Russia Konstantin Tereshchenko [G] 3 0 0 0 0 NC‡
Dallara F308-Volkswagen Russia Sergey Trofimov 3 0 0 0 12 11th 5th
Dallara F308-Volkswagen Russia Nikita Zlobin 22 0 0 0 109 8th

† – Shared results with other teams ‡ – Guest driver – ineligible for points.

British Formula 3

British Formula Three Championship
Year Car Drivers Races Wins Poles F/Laps Points D.C.
2014 Dallara F308-Volkswagen China Kang Ling 3 0 0 0 5 17th
Dallara F308-Volkswagen Russia Nikita Zlobin 3 0 0 0 6 16th

References

External links

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