Located just a stone’s throw from Silverstone Circuit, Hitech Grand Prix Limited is a multi-race winning team, competing in FIA F2, FIA F3, FIA F3 Asia and operating the F4 Cup in FIA Motorsport Games.
The FIA Formula 3 Championship is the third-highest run on the single-seater ladder. Hitech finished 2nd in the team's standings in the 2019 FIA F3 Championship.
The F3 Asian Championship represents a substantial boost to the FIA driver development pyramid concept, designed to take drivers from Formula 4 to Formula 1. FIA Super License points are awarded to the champion.
When it comes to on-track performance, precision engineering is the name of the game. The team at Hitech Technologies began as a purveyor of engineering and manufacturing services for motorsport, but have since branched out to include provision of these services for clients in a number of other wide-ranging industries.
When it comes to the pinnacle of racing performance, the hours of training outside of the car can count just as much as those spent within.
No one takes this more seriously than those in the performance arm of Hitech GP, who ensure drivers are in peak physical condition.
Formula 2 got back into action at Spain’s Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya over the weekend, with Hitech continuing their success where they left off in Silverstone.
Ghiotto secured podium honours in Sunday’s Sprint Race with a P2, whilst team mate Mazepin claimed a further haul of points for the team, finishing the race in P6.
Italian driver Ghiotto scored P8 and a batch of points for the team in Saturday’s Feature Race. Mazepin crossed the line in P13.
Hitech will head to Belgium’s Spa-Francorchamps circuit on 28 – 30 August for Round 7 of the revised 2020 calendar.