Guido Cappellini
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Guido Cappellini has been leaded the Abu Dhabi Powerboat Team sice 2015. He has just won 8 world championship in F. 1, F. 2 and UIM Endurance World Circuit.

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The Team Manager

Guido Cappellini

The Team Manager

Guido Cappellini has been leaded the Abu Dhabi Powerboat Team sice 2015. He has just won 8 world championship in F. 1, F. 2 and UIM Endurance World Circuit.

Guido’s career as a team manager has already started (in 2014 he had won the UIM World Endurance circuit with the the russian New Star Team) , when in 2015 he received an invitation from the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi, HH. Dr. Sheick Sultan Bin Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, to become the manager of the Inshore teams of the Abu Dhabi Team – which take part at the world championships F.1 and F.2 – succeeding Mr Scott Gillman.

From that day, he moved with his family to the United Arab Emirates and reorganized the Abu Dhabi Team, taking care of the Inshore teams of F. 1 (in the meantime named World Championship FH2O) and of F.2. He brought with him the Dac  team: Attilio Donzelli, Giacomino Curti, his cousin Denis and revolutionized the management of the team, exalting the talents of the already established drivers and making young riders grow, including some new drivers from the United Arab Emirates.

Regarding the conquered world titles, his road map is impressive, similar to when he was the driver: the Abu Dhabi Team won three  Team World Championships F. 1 (2015, 1016 and 2018), two world driver’s title F 2 in 2017  and in 2019, September, both with Rashed al Qemzi (2029 World Champion with one round to spare)  and two world driver’s title F.1: in 2017 with Alex Carella and in 2018 with Shaun Torrente.

In 2019 July,  the Abu Dhabi Team  conquered the World crown in Endurance Shaun Torrente, Rashed Al Qemzi, Rashed Al Tayer and Tullio Abbate jr, became World Champions in Augustow (Poland): it is the second Endurance World Title for Abu Dhabi Team, after that of 2015.

A total of 8 world crowns in just 4 years and half!

A curiosity: in the 2018 world championship, the Abu Dhabi team has also set a record, bringing three drivers to the first three places in F 1: the world champion Shaun Torrente (USA) and to the honored places Erik Stark (SWE) and Thani Al Qemzi (UAE)

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