08/04/2015 - Following the positive debut in the Blancpain Sprint Series last weekend in Nogaro, I.S.R. Racing is now focused on the Blancpain Endurance Series, the championship that is about to live its opener this coming weekend in Monza.

The Czech team defined the lineup of the number 74 Audi R8 LMS ultra in the past few hours, reaching an agreement with the Italian drivers Fabio Onidi and Andrea Roda that will share the cockpit of the Audi R8 Le Mans Ultra with Andres Fjordbach (DNK), who was already part of the Prague's team. As already announced, Audi works driver Marco Bonanomi (ITA), Filip Salaquarda (CZ) and Frédéric Vervisch (BEL) will share the wheel of the number 75 challenger instead.

Anders Fjordbach (DEN), the twenty-four years old driver coming from the double win in Silver Cup of Blancpain Sprint Series in Nogaro with the team, made his debut in motor racing back in 2007 after some
seasons in karting. He then took part in several Danish championships, such as the Volkswagen Polo Cup and Renault Clio Cup, until 2009. Following two years off from competitions, in 2012 he ended the Danish
ThunderSport Championship in sixth place, taking several podiums also in the following year. In 2014 he came close to the victory of the 24 Hours of Dubai on a Porsche 997 ending in P2, after keeping the lead
for a solid eighteen hours. He did not miss out on the victory in 2015 though, as he took the win again on a 997.

Fabio Onidi (ITA), 27 years of age, has a complete career in motorsport as he started with training single seaters and climbed all the ladder getting close to Formula 1 in GP2 Series. Among his main
results, he came second in the Euroseries 3000 of 2008 scoring two victories, and was second the following year. He also claimed one victory and seven podiums in Auto GP. From 2013 he moved to
international endurance racing, shining on some podiums of FIA GT Series and putting in high level performances in Blancpain Sprint Series.

Andrea Roda (ITA), class 1990, set the foundations of his motorsport career from 2006 to 2009 in Renault training series. In 2010, he moved to the more challenging Formula 3, series that has seen him competing
in prestigious races like the Macau's GP and Zandvoort's Masters in 2012, year in which he also took part to the Formula 3 Euro Series. In 2013, he moved to Auto GP, series in which he ended fourth thanks to a
victory and five podiums in 2014.

Igor Salaquarda (I.S.R. racing, Team Principal):
"We are delighted to welcome Onidi and Roda in our team. These two young and motivated drivers complete in the best way our lineup for the Blancpain Endurance Series. Monza is their home race and I am sure that, together with Fjordbach, they will give their best to start the season on the right foot.
We are also proud on fielding a strong lineup of the likes of Bonanomi, Salaquarda and Vervisch. The level of the championship announces to be higher than ever and the fight on top is gonna be very
though, but we aim to be up there".

Monza's round of Blancpain Endurance Series will be an unmissable spectacle featuring sixty cars at the start for a long and exciting battle lasting three hours. Free practice and pre-qualifying will take place on Saturday, qualifying will follow on Sunday as the race that will begin at local 14,30. TV coverage of the event will be granted by several international channels, while the live streaming feed will be
available at http://www.blancpain-gt-series.com.