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Digital Subscriptions > Vroom International > n. 209 November 2018 > DAVIDE FORE’


We meet Davide Forè at the end of his first season as Team Manager, the role one of great responsibility that this year sees him at the helm of the vast Birel Art racing team. A different role from the one he has held so far in his career. A hugely successful and winning one as a racer.

What are your irst impressions, as a rookie in this motorsports management role?

It wasn’t easy, I have to admit. For someone like me who has always been just a driver, it wasn’t easy to take off a suit and helmet to get closer to a role with many more implications that are of a character not only technical and sports-related but managerial, human, economic. I have lived in this first year many situations unknown to me until today, and I must say that it was very educational. There is still so much more to be learned for me in this role, but I am slowly getting inside this role. We have very strong drivers in Birel Art and only due to circumstances, no world titles have arrived this year. Kremers and Longhi are really two outstanding drivers. The same Coluccio in OK is giving us and gave us much satisfaction with his third place in the world. We have great potential to win in all categories.

Did you miss racing?

I can’t deny that it’s still difficult for me not to see myself as a driver. Of course, I ran several races of the Italian and an international race in Mexico (he won) but the track experienced from the inside I do miss. I love this sport a lot and as soon as I can, I climb into a kart anyway: I don’t think I’ll ever stop, compatibly with everything else, to run and have fun.

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