The first 25 years of Ebimotors: when the passion for racing Porsches becomes success

The first 25 years of Ebimotors: when the passion for racing Porsches becomes success

A celebration to pay tribute to 25 years of Ebimotors – which started with the Porsche 993 GT2 driven by the couple Max Frigerio and Pietro Silva – which is dedicated to the great passion for racing Porsches, becoming a reference brand in the sector. On the anniversary of Enrico Borghi, supported by his son Ricky, talking about success while confirming the same passion and professionalism for the future. First promise 2024: 12 hours of Kuwait with the new Porsche 911 (992) GT3.

First the party 25 years old of a company that has made its success due to great passion. From 1998base year for «hand» of Enrico Borghi, Ebimotors it made its way … inside the world of racing and Porsche racing in particular, to be a point of reference in the world of competition.

The anniversary – celebrated in the Agricultural Society of La Macina – was therefore an occasion to recognize the hard work of dedication, perseverance and passion of Enrico Borghi and his the team in the world of racing but also when reflecting to look to the future with enthusiasm, starting with the first selection of the new sports season 2024 and 12 hours from Kuwaitwhere the new one will take on the track Porsche 911 (992) GT3 R Manamauri Energy.

At the EbiMotors party, Enrico Borghi with Pietro Silva

The first act of this extraordinary academic event took place on the 14th and 15th of November 1998 when Porsche 993 GT2powered by Max Frigerio and Pietro Silva at 6 Vallelungabrought colors of Ebimotors.

Enrico Borghi refueling in Vallelunga in the Porsche driven by Pietro Silva

It was just the first of a long line of successful races signed by Ebimotors. Inside of 2019still and Pierre Silva al the steering wheel,, Iso Grifo A3/C brought into the race a Monza for the first time the colors of Ebimotors Classicto develop a company culture of excellence.

(testMotori360 Sicurezza-Sport-Heritage editorial staff)