As the 2020 season is about to go down in history as the most successful ever for the PREMA family, the team wishes to thank everyone who contributed to this year's outstanding achievements, which include four driver and four team titles claimed in the Italian Formula 4 Championship, Formula Regional European Championship, FIA Formula 3 Championship and FIA Formula 2 Championship, with a total of 39 pole positions and 36 wins scored in addition to countless podium finishes and fastest laps.
We want to thank the drivers, who were the headliners of all our efforts, as well as the staff involved. Our mechanics, engineers and all the personnel went through unprecedented challenges in terms of logistics, travel, and working conditions but yet, everyone always performed at their absolute best. We thank our sponsors and official partners for always believing in the team even in troubled times. We also thank our many fans and supporters for providing us with so much motivation day in, day out, which makes our work even more rewarding.
Wrapping up such an amazing year, PREMA wishes everyone a merry Christmas and definitely a happy new year while all the team prepares and looks forward to 2021.
René Rosin - Team Principal - PREMA Racing
"When we start a season, we must always be determined to win. That said, achieving 100 per cent titles in one year is something really special and beyond what we could have even dreamed at the start. We want to thank our wonderful team. Drivers, engineers, mechanics, personnel, suppliers, sponsors and even our fans and supporters who helped us go through this difficult year. However, we know that winning now doesn’t make it any easier for the future. In fact, it surely makes our contenders even more motivated. Come a few days, we will switch forward to 2021, full steam ahead, and work as hard as we can.”
Angelo Rosin - Team Principal - PREMA Powerteam
“We think that a season like this requires us to look back and appreciate the work and support provided by every single player. The 2020 pandemic has been one of the biggest challenges of our century, let alone in motorsports. We are proud to have kept fighting, although we must know that the difficulties faced by our little world of racing are not comparable to what many are experiencing right now, like frontline workers and people struggling in the current economic conditions. We wish to thank everyone who contributed to this outstanding and successful season. We look forward to more wins in 2021, and hopefully to a better and more serene year for the world in general.”