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Race calendar

Italy | 16 – 18 April 2021

Monza / Endurance

France | 7 – 9 May 2021

Magny-Cours / Sprint

France | 28 – 30 May 2021

Paul Ricard / Endurance

Netherlands | 18 – 20 June 2021

Zandvoort / Sprint

Italy | 02 – 04 July 2021

Misano / Sprint

Belgium | 29 July – 1 August 2021

Total 24 hrs of Spa / Endurance

England | 28 – 29 August 2021

Brands Hatch / Sprint

Germany | 03 – 05 September 2021

Nürburgring / Endurance

Spain | 25 – 26 September 2021

Valencia / Sprint

Spain | 08 – 10 October 2021

Barcelona / Endurance

Press Releases

22. Jul 2021
Premiere at the legendary 24 Hours of Spa: Emil Frey Racing to enter the race with three Lamborghinis
– 60 cars expected at the grid – Franck Perera fills in for Norbert Siedler (#163) in Spa – Rainy and stormy weather expected Safenwil (Switzerland), July 22nd 2021 The legendary 24 Hours of Spa is staging its 73rd edition this coming weekend from the 31st of July to the 1st of August in Spa-Francorchamps. […]
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04. Jul 2021
Emil Frey Racing returns with one podium finish and a lot of missed chances
– 0.05 seconds prevent pole position in both qualifyings – All three Emil Frey Lamborghinis finish the first race in the Top Ten – Duo Aitken/Lappalainen cross finishing line of the second race in P5 Misano (Italy), July 4th 2021 The third Sprint weekend of the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe kicked off for Emil […]
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29. Jun 2021
Emil Frey Racing is set to keep the winning pace of Zandvoort in Misano
– Intense preparation phase at workshop in Safenwil – Weather forecast predicts hot temperatures for upcoming race weekend – Emil Frey Racing currently in first place of the Sprint Cup with 49 points Safenwil (Switzerland), June 29th 2021 Not much time was left to prepare the Lamborghinis for the upcoming sprint weekend in Misano (IT), […]
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Following on from a family tradition

In 2011, the family business Emil Frey AG took the decision to set up its own division within the facilities at Safenwil (AG) to be engaged once again in Motorsport, starting from 2012.

Automobile and Motorcycle Motorsport has always been highly ranked in the Emil Frey AG. Motorsport is the motivator for top performances in the automobile industry. There is no other place where technical competence can be as efficiently demonstrated as within a sportive competition. It is an excellent stage for image-building for an international brand and an important platform to test developments, which will ultimately make road cars safer, more comfortable and of higher quality.

With Lorenz Frey-Hilti heading the division as Team Principal and being joined by engaged engineers and employees, Emil Frey Racing was started in its third generation. It is a re-launch of an unforgotten team, which managed to celebrate many highlights in the 30s, 70s and 80s. Company founder Emil Frey tested his motorcycles within the racing world, his son Walter Frey continued to do so with his MINI Cooper and Toyota.

With grandson Lorenz Frey-Hilti, the Emil Frey GT3 Jaguar and the Lexus RC F GT3 returned to the international race tracks. At the beginning, Emil Frey Racing was integrated within the existing buildings of the Emil Frey AG in the Swiss town of Safenwil. In February 2018, a new modern and innovative workshop was opened. The bottom floor of the spacious building caters as home for the race cars, the workshop and a driving simulator, whilst team members and engineers are working in the office spaces on the top floor.

The 2018 season saw the most successful year in the history of Emil Frey Racing. With the GT3 Jaguar running in its fair-well year, racing in the Blancpain GT Series, the team went on to claim the Silver Cup Endurance Cup Championship after storming to two Silver Cup race wins and three podiums in the seven races of the year. Meanwhile, Emil Frey Racing participated for the first time in the full Blancpain GT Series, racing the Lexus RC F GT3 in five Sprint and five Endurance Cup races. With the victory at the 1000 km of Paul Ricard plus securing a further podium, the Swiss Privateer Team went on to finish the year on an absolute high with third place overall in the Team´s Championship – the best result to date. In 2019, Emil Frey Racing cooperated with Lamborghini Squadra Corse.

In 2019, Emil Frey Racing had celebrated 8 victories – three of which were double wins – from a total of 14 races. Owing to this achievement, the Teams’- as well as the Drivers’ Championship of the International GT Open Series was won. Shortly thereafter, the team began to prepare for the new Lamborghini Huracàn GT3 EVO and worked on continuously developing the car further. Emil Frey Racing as well as Lamborghini Squadra Corse are very happy with the partnership. As such, the decision was made to take on a new challenge as partners.

After a solid performance in the International GT Open Championship, a comeback into the GT World Challenge Europe (formerly known as Blancpain GT Series) for 2020 was in order. The GT World Challenge Europe is the most competitive GT3-Series worldwide. The amount and density of professional teams, engineers and race drivers is incredibly high. Emil Frey Racing took on this challenge with both Lamborghinis in the highly competitive PRO-category and claimed a total of seven podium positions, which placed the team on fifth place in the overall ranking and on third place in the Sprint cup.

To give more drivers the chance to race, and with great support from the factory, Emil Frey Racing decided to increase their activities by adding a third Huracán GT3 EVO for season 2021 in the GT World Challenge Europe.


Ricardo Feller


Alex Fontana


Rolf Ineichen


Jack Aitken


Konsta Lappalainen


Arthur Rougier


Albert Costa


Norbert Siedler


Giacomo Altoè



Lorenz Frey-Hilti

Team Principal

Jürg Flach

Technical Director

Melissa Blaschi

Head of Marketing & Events

Stefan Rufener

Assistant to Team Principal

Graziano Michelacci

Head of Track Engineering

Mauricio Pinheiro

Team Manager

Marco Schüpbach

Race / Simulator Engineer

Cosimo Prusciano


Sebastien Dupertuis

Performance / Race Engineer

Fabio Waser

Performance / Race Engineer

Andreas Dietschi

Design Engineer

Sandrine Saner


Sandra Jungwirth


Matthias Ammann


Dominic Etter

Chief Mechanic

Christian Gasser

Car Chief

Tomáš Čapek

Car Chief

Rafael Gautschi


Beat Held


Louis Meier


Miroslav Petkov


Mirco Kaufmann

Support Mechanic & Parts Mgt.

Pavel Nahodil

Head of Logistics & Tyres