JOLLY CLUB

 
 The history of Jolly Club began in Milan 1957, where Mario Angiolini created a team of unofficial yet organized group of drivers and sponsors that would dominate the World Rally Championship and Formula 1 world for 40 plus years. They believed in working together to establish an unrivaled pedigree for racing skill and performance part quality.
 
 Today, in recognition and honor of the original Eurocompulsion & HPSI with its official merger carries that torch as a US registered trademark on all of our Jolly Club Certified products. These performance parts embody the heritage and pedigree of Jolly Club, and sit at the top of their class among other performance parts of similar application. The Jolly Club certification stamp guarantees we're striving to give you the absolute end-all, be-all, best of the best.
 
 We've teamed up with the best out there to bring you our Jolly Club Certified Parts. Every customer that purchases a Jolly Club Certified part receives the Official Jolly Club Insignia Badge. This badge is a symbol of honor to all those that know it.
     
JOLLY CLUB ITALY HISTORY: (1957-1997) (40YRS OF WRC DOMINANCE)
 
 Jolly Club was an Italian racing team, which competed in the World Rally Championship and Formula 1, it was mainly connected to brands like Lancia and Alfa Romeo. It was created in 1957 in Milan by idea of Mario Angiolini,[1] the team won several championships. The team´s main sponsor was Totip so the cars used orange and green colors on their livery until the World Rally Championship 1996.

The team's most successful drivers were:

  • Alessandro Fiorio, 8 races and World Champion 4WD Group N with a Lancia Delta in 1987.
  • Dario Cerrato, 41 runs between the European Championships and Italian and European Champion in 1985 with a Lancia 037.
  • Miki Biasion, 32 races in World Championships and European Jolly Club and twice world rally champion with Martini Racing, also won the 1983 European Championship and the Italian Championship.

 The team also competed in other drivers like: Roberto Businello, Arnaldo Cavallari, Sandro Munari, Lele Pinto, Amilcare Balestrieri, Tony Carello, Andrea Zanussi, Gianfranco Cunico,Tonino Tognana Italian Rally Champion 1982 with a Ferrari 308 GTB, Adartico Vudafieri, Italian Rally Champion in 1984 and Michele Rayneri, winner of Gr.B class in 1987 with the same car,the Lancia 037. Many others srivers run with Jolly Club Team. The Jolly Club one of the most important rally teams from Italy, because it lets a lot of young drivers run.

After a bankruptcy in 1997 the Jolly Club closed.

 Initially Jolly Club cars were mainly Alfa Romeos. Between 1957 and 1963 was used: Alfa Giulietta, TI Giulia Super, GTV 1.6, GTA 1.6. From 1963 team collaborated with Autodelta development and career preparation GT Junior, AM GT, Alfa GTV 2.5 and 75 T. That same year began partnership with Lancia and Fiat Fulvia 2C developing and the Lancia Stratos HF, the team continued his collaboration with Abarth to develop the Fiat 131 Abarth, Lancia Rally, Ritmo, Fiat Uno Turbo, Delta S4 and Delta 4WD. Apart from the rally also developed Formula 1 cars, F2, F3 and Formula Junior, where the team won several times.

The team also collaborated with other brands like Ferrari and Porsche developing prototypes. The Jolly Club team was active in other areas of the world of motor racing developed and planned, planned and financed the young hopefuls, led to the sponsors on their investments, built race cars, engines, parts, etc.

JOLLY CLUB USA CURRENT: (2013-      )

 With a rotation of 7 sponsored drivers utilizing Eurocompulsion drive-train performance parts we have seen consistent victories and podium in amateur racing events such as Road track courses, Auto-X , Hill Climb and Time Attack events across the country. Our history is still very young and the future is unwritten.

A big thank you for our drivers dedication and persistence on and off the track.

Donald Lewis: (Fiat 500 Abarth)

  • 2015 season (AAS/SCCA Street Modified – Series Champion):

  • Round 3               3rd place
  • Round 6               2nd place
  • Round 7               3rd place
  • Round 8               4th place
  • Round 9               1st  place
  • Round 10             1st  place
  • Round 11             2nd place
  • Round 12             2nd place
  • Round 13             1st place
  • Round 14             1st  place
     
  • 2016 season (AAS/SCCA Street Modified):
  • SCCA National Tour (4/22-4/24) - SMF    2nd Place
  • SCCA ProSolo Tour (4/29-5/1) - SMF       1st Place
  • SCCA San Francisco Regional SMF Class 2016
  • Round 1 1st place
  • Round 2 1st place
  • Round 3 1st place
  • Round 4 2nd place 
Matt Duryea: (Fiat 500 Abarth)
  • 1st Place Mid-So. Regional Auto-X 
  • 1st Place Mid-So. Regional Auto-X 
  • 1st Place Mid-So. Regional Auto-X 
  • 2nd Place Mid-So. Regional Auto-X 
  • 2nd Place OVERALL SMF AUTO-X 2015
  • 1st Place Mid South SCCA SMF OVERALL 2016
Trevor Cotton: (Fiat 500 Abarth)
  • 1st place OVERALL Mid-South Regional Auto-X 2015
  • 2nd place OVERALL Mid-South Regional Time Trials 2016
Jack Thomas: (Fiat 500 Abarth)
  • 1st Place Redline Time Attack Street FWD Round 1 
  • 3rd Place Redline Time Attack Street FWD Round 2 
  • 1st Place Redline Time Attack Street FWD Round 3
  • 3rd Place Redline Time Attack Street FWD Round 4
  • 3rd Place Redline Time Attack Street FWD Round 6
  • 3rd Place Redline Time Attack Street FWD Round 8
  • 3rd Place Global Time Attack Limited FWD Round 2 86fest Pro-AM
  • 1st Place Redline Time Attack 2016 Season Street FWD CHAMPION
Steven Kaufman: (Fiat 500 Abarth 2016/Ford Focus RS 2017)
  • 2nd Place in Class Pagoda Hill Climb PA
  • 4th Place in Class Mt. Ascutney Hill Climb VT
  • 1st Place in Class Mt. Ascutney Hill Climb VT
Shawn Setherly: (Fiat 500 Abarth)
  • 2nd Place OVERALL Regional M-A 2014
  • 2nd Place OVERALL Regional M-A 2015
  • 1st  Place OVERALL SCCA-WDCR Solo 2016
Guiseppe De Vivo: (Fiat 500 Abarth/Alfa Romeo 4C)
  • 1ST Place OVERALL Auto-X Regional 2015
  "When speed gets in the blood, one must drive to live."      Rudolf Caracciola