On track with Vortice at the Monza Rally

  • 28 Nov 2019

If you are at the Monza Rally, from 6 – 9 December, look out for the VORTICE paddock, where the company will be hosting a ‘virtual competition’ against Rally Champions and VORTICE special guests with a HAP Simulator designed for both disabled and non-disabled users.

Inside the Paddock area, you can see and touch a racing car, ask questions of the Team and even try to drive a racing car with a HAP Simulator (made by Massimiliano Gambel), the first and only professional driving simulator in Italy and in Europe, designed for both disabled and non-disabled users.

The race promises to be adrenaline-filled, thanks to a powerful R5 car with a VORTICE livery, driven by the gritty Ivan Ballinari.

This year, the Swiss driver won the title of Swiss Rally Champion for the second consecutive time.

VORTICE supports projects and activities that promote sports without barriers. For this reason, during the Event, Ale Cadei, a Rally driver who has been confined to a wheelchair since 2009 after a racing accident, will be a special guest of VORTICE and he will be ready to challenge those who want to drive the simulator.


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Eastern Avenue,
Burton on Trent,
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