After over a decade of running successful single-seater teams multiple World Champion Vincenzo Sospiri turned his hand to GT racing. In 2015, alongside Formula 4 programmes in Italy and Japan VSR entered two Lamborghini Super Trofeo Huracáns in the European Championship. Success was immediate with Kei Cozzolino and Shinya Michimi winning the first race of the season in Monza. In the same year the team also entered two rounds of the Italian GT Championship, claiming three class victories in four races.
In 2016 VSR entered the full Italian GT Championship and won the Super GT class with Nicolas Costa in a season which saw the team score seven victories. The team also collected three class wins and seven podiums in the Lamborgini Blancpain Super Trofeo Championship and finished 2nd in class in the Mugello 12 hour race. In the summer the team took delivery of it's first Lamborghini GT3 Huracán which it entered in the 2016-17 Asian Le Mans Series. With a podium finish in their first race at Zhuhai followed by 4th in Fuji Sospiri was pleased with his team's GT3 debut.
Winning proved a hard habit to break and in 2017 VSR retained the Italian Super GT Championship with Finnish GT debutants Tuomas Tujula and Aaro Vainio. VSR drivers finished 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the Championship. There was further success in Europe with Christopher Dreyspring and JiaTong Liang winning the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Pro-Am Championship and Andrzej Lewandowski and Teodor Myszkowski taking the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Am Championship. Raphael Abbate and Yuki Nemoto finished 2nd in the World Final after claiming victory in the final race of the season. In Asia the team's GT3 Huracan took two pole positions, one Silver Cup victory, three Silver Cup podiums and finished 2nd overall at Fuji.
The team's modern workshop in Forlì, Italy (40km from Imola) also boasts a simulator and gives drivers access to Fabrizio Borra's Fisiology Centre (www.fisiology.it).
Many of VSR's drivers have been included in Lamborghini driver programmes and act as coachs and instructors when required.
|- 2017||Lamborghini Super Trofeo Pro-Am Champions||Christopher Dreyspring & JiaTong Liang|
|- 2017||Italian Super GT Champions||Tuomas Tujula & Aaro Vainio|
|- 2017||Lamborghini Super Trofeo Am Champions||Andrzej Lewandowski & Teodor Myszkowski|
|- 2016||Italian Super GT Champions||Nicolas Costa|
|- 2014||Auto GP Champion||Kimiya Sato|
|- 2013||Formula Abarth TN Champion||Sergey Trofimov|
|- 2012||European and Italian Formula Abarth Champion||Nicolas Costa|
|- 2011||European Formula Abarth Champion||Sergey Sirotkin|
- 1999 Le Mans pole sitter (Toyota GT One)
- 1999 ISRS World Sportscar Champion (Ferrari 333 SP)
- 1998 ISRS World Sportscar Champion (Ferrari 333 SP)
- 1997 Indy 500 Fastest Rookie
- 1997 IRL Rookie of the Year (Indycar)
- 1996 Benetton F1 test driver
- 1995 F3000 Champion
- 1990 Vauxhall Lotus Champion
- 1988 Formula Ford Festival Winner
- 1982 -1987 Winner of 7 Kart Championships (World, European, Italian and Swiss)
- Nicolas Costa (GT Champion)
- Kei Cozzolino (GT Driver)
- Jerome d'Ambrosio (F1 Driver)
- Christopher Dreyspring (GT Champion)
- Luca Filippi (F1 Test Driver)
- Marco Frezza (GT Champion)
- Robert Kubica (F1 Driver)
- JiaTong Liang (GT Champion)
- Shinya Michimi (GT Driver)
- Vitaly Petrov (F1 Driver)
- Pierre Ragues (LMP2 Champion)
- Kimiya Sato (Auto GP Champion)
- Sergey Sirotkin (F1 Test Driver)
- Tuomas Tujula (GT Champion)
- Aaro Vainio (GT Champion)
- Emanuele Zonzini (GT Driver)