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Scuderia de Adamich USA Inc. is a company that was established in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 2018.

It stemmed from the experience and success of Scuderia de Adamich SpA which, over the course of its 30 years of activity in the automotive sector, has developed more and more articulated and branched international projects that, over time found a lot of interest and a great response also in the wonderful panorama of the United States.

Given the importance of North American projects for its historical clients, Scuderia de Adamich decided to create an ad-hoc company to manage the US programs. By combining its exceptional professionalism and know-how together with the knowledge of the US market of the local staff, Scuderia de Adamich has created an extraordinary Italian-American mix.

Our Company

The president and CEO of Scuderia de Adamich USA is Andrea de Adamich.

Andrea made his racing debut in 1962 behind the wheel of a Triumph TR3, disputing some time trials. Since then, his rise has been fulminating: the Italian Formula 3 Championship, won in 1965, opened for him the doors of Alfa Romeo, a partnership that has been lasting for the past 50 years.

Autodelta, the Alfa Romeo racing team, in fact hired him and, behind the wheel of the Giulia GTA, he graduated twice as European Tourism Champion, in 1966 and 1967.

He returned to single-seaters, in the greatest Formula, with Ferrari Formula 1 in 1968. His teammates were Jackie Ickx and Chris Amon.

He spent 5 seasons in Formula 1, where, in addition to Ferrari, de Adamich competed with McLaren, March, Surtess and Brabham.

Like many colleagues of those years, de Adamich alternated Formula 1 with the most varied categories: in particular he was, with Alfa Romeo, the absolute protagonist of the World Sportscar Championship (2 wins in Brands Hatch and Watkins Glen) and of Formula 2 (victory of the Temporada Argentina behind the wheel of the Ferrari Dino F2).

In 1974 he withdrew from the world of car racing, but not from the car world. In fact, since 1978 he has been the poster man of Mediaset for motorsport, and in 1991 he founded Centro Internazionale Guida Sicura (“International Safe Driving Center”, later to become Scuderia de Adamich), through which he still carries on his fifty-year-long collaboration with Alfa Romeo and the other top-class brands of the FCA Group: Ferrari, Maserati, Abarth.

The specific work of Scuderia de Adamich USA involves the most varied dynamic programs, carried out both on track and on road:

on the track: pilot courses that range from safe driving to sports driving, up to a competitive level;

on the road: test drives for the unveiling of new models, for the benefit of dealerships and their customers;

a particularly relevant sector is also the one of professional training, reserved to sales forces that are equipped with company cars, to improve their safety and efficiency during the carring out of their professional duties.

All the activities are built around the company philosophy: the driver is still the most important part of the car; his sensitivity, his enthusiasm, his desires and his ambitions, if declined with the correct technique and driving quality, will be transformed into pleasure and safety behind the wheel.
Therefore it is necessary to work on the driver to set up and/or improve his knowledge of driving techniques, while teaching him to make the best use of the car technology at his disposal.

Instructors

Alessandro Balzan

Born in Rovigo, Italy – October 17th, 1980
Rolex Gran-Am GT ChampionWorld and European Champion Ferrari Challenge
Italian Porsche Carrera Cup ChampionFIA European and Italian Car Championship
European and Italian Karting Champion

Didier Theys

Born in Belgium – October 19th, 1956
Overall winner of the 24 Hours of DaytonaWinner of the 12 Hours of Sebring
Winner of the 24 Hours of SpaGrand-American Road Racing Association Champion
European Formula Three ChampionshipIMSA GT Championship

Joel Miller

born in California – May 10th, 1988
Pacific F2000 ChampionshipSkip Barber National Champion
Star Mazda SeriesFireston Indy Lights
Grand American Rolex SeriesTudor United Sport Cars Championship

Jon Morley

San Francisco, CA
IMSA Race Winner2x WERC Champion
Barber/Cart Big Scholarship WinnerTeam USA Scholarship Finalist
Skip Barber National Championship Race WinnerNurburgring License Holder

Guy Cosmo

Born in Long Island, New York – March 12th, 1977
WINNER – 2017-18 Asian Le Mans Series: LMP3 CategoryIMSA Continental Challenge
American Le Mans Series GT2 classGrand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series GT
Overall Winner NASA 25hr at Thunderhill

Stefan James Wilson

born in Sheffield, UK – September 20th 1989
Formula PalmerBritish Formula 3 Championship
Karting Championship

Anthony Lazzaro

Born in Charleston, South Carolina – August 26th, 1963
American Le Mans SeriesRolex Sport Cars Series
Indy Racing LeagueNextel Cup Series
Busch SeriesARCA Series

Roy Martin

born in Montreal – April 16th, 1970
Player’s Toyota Pro Formula Atlantic Championship“Gilles-Villeneuve” award
Runner-up (2nd) Canadian Pro F1600 ChampionshipHankook F1600 Champion
Québec “Rookie of the Year”

Todd Snyder

born in Alaska – January 6th, 1965
Formula Russel Pro MazdaBarber Saab Pro Series
Indy Light Season24 Hours of Daytona
Ferrari Challenge North America

Sylvain Champoux

Formula  2000 Vice ChampionFormula 1600-2000 Championship
Motorola CupEast Canadian Karting Champion

Terry Borcheller

Born in Hialeah FL – March 22nd, 1966
American LeMans SeriesIMSA
SCCA Pro RacingGrand Am
FIAACCUS

Mike Borkowski

Born in Bronx, New York – May 6th, 1973
Grand Am DP, GT, World ChallengeDaytona Prototype Division
Winner 12-Hours of Sebring in LMP-675IRL
NASCAR Busch Series

Craig Stanton

Born in Hollywood, California – October 31st, 1960
Grand-Am Rolex Sportscar seriesPorsche Carrera Cup
USACNASCAR

Marco Franchi

born in Finale Ligure, Italy – May 23rd, 1980
Italian Touring ChampionshipBritish Touring Championship
Italian Trophy Touring carItalian Karting Championship

Patrick Byrne

Asian Le Mans SieriesRolex Monterey Spring Classic
SCCA Regional ChampionMaserati North America Trofeo Champion

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