You don’t need too many words to explain who the OREGON TEAM is and what its history is. The sentence you have just read says everything about us. It perfectly identifies the spirit, which since 1987, has driven us to continue to improve ourselves in a competitive world such as that of motor racing. It’s a fighting spirit, the spirit of someone who didn’t want to and never wants to give up. It has been like this since 1987 when we founded a team that ventured into Autocross by winning the Italian title in 1990 with Jerry Canevisio. This prompted us to broaden our horizons and tackle the trail. We did it in 1991 in the Formula Monza Cadetti Trophy, an authentic training ground for engines and life. Between 1994 and 1995 we managed to win three absolute titles. Two in the Cadetti Trophy and one in the Aica Trophy, the series that ran away from Monza. It was time to try something different and in 1996 we tried the Formula Renault Eurocup.

Alternating fortunes convinced us to try the road of covered wheels and so in the following three years we raced the Coppa Italia Megane managing to win the junior title in 2000 with Davide Cazzaniga. We switched to the Clios and the Europa. Junior champions in 2001 and second overall, third overall in 2002 then the beautiful European title in 2003 with Michael Rangoni. This allowed us to get noticed by Alfa Romeo who gave us three ALFA ROMEO 156 S2000 to race in the Etcc.

We won the title reserved for Independent teams and finished second in the drivers’ standings, with pole position in Dubai where our cars started ahead of all the factory ones. But our world was Renault and we returned there in 2005 in the new Eurocup Megane Trophy. We were second Junior in 2005 and 2006, third overall in 2010, first and second overall in 2011 with Stefano Comini and Niccolò Nalio, first and third overall in 2012 with Albert Costa and Kevin Gilardoni, first and third overall in 2013 with Mirko Bortolotti and Kevin Gilardoni as well as first overall in the team standings in 2011, 2012 and 2013. In 2015 we accepted the new challenge with the Renault RS01 Trophy and immediately victories: first overall with David Fumanelli and Dario Capitanio winning 2 drivers’ titles as well as first overall in the standings team. In 2017 a new and fascinating challenge started: the EUROPEAN LE MANS SERIES with a NORMA M30 LMP3 prototype. A new program that has allowed the OREGON TEAM to continue a story that has passed the thirty-year mark. After three seasons in the category, in 2020 the Oregon Team entered the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe, taking second place in the championship with Kevin Gilardoni, the following year Pro champion paired with Leonardo Pulcini. In 2021, the Cremosano-based team will continue its commitment to the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe and Clio Cup Europe, officially entering the International GT Open where it will field two Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evos.

This is us. Genuine and passionate people. When you are on the track come and visit us. We are always under the pirate flag. You will find warmth and a lot of passion for a sport that has become our life.

Jerry Canevisio – Piergiorgio Testa


The OREGON TEAM makes use of an efficient, well-structured office in Cremosano CR. This is a shed of approx. 750 on an area of approx. 1,200 with office space of approx. 140. All equipment is ours. layout: from the vehicle overhaul area to the internal workshop area with lathe and milling machine to the gearbox overhaul department. There is also a warehouse equipped with the materials necessary to carry out the activity.

The Oregon Team can count on an efficient and modern fleet of vehicles to carry out its business:

no. 2 Lorries/Trucks for the transport of cars
no. 1 Van/Van
no. 2 cars
no. 1 Car transport trolley


The OREGON TEAM organization chart is made up of 15 people:

1 Sports Director

1 Technical Director/Track Engineer

1 Engineer/Telemetrist

1 Junior Engineer

10 Professional Mechanics

1 Tire and Petrol Officer







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