Miguel Ramos, as well as being GT driver, holds the position of Managing Director of the Salvador Caetano group. Compete in this world FIA GT at the wheel of a Maserati MC12 with Enrique Bernoldi, with team Vitaphone Racing Team. His effort has allowed over the years competing in the best teams and drive the best cars: Saleen S7R, 55 Ferrari Maranello, Aston Martin DBR9 or Maserati MC12 GTI. Ramos, who in 2002 won the Championship of Spain GT teaming up with Pedro Chaves, has dedicated since then much of his time to the business of your company, one of the most important in Portugal. The pilot believes the FIA GT as one of the most demanding competitions, and during the workouts in Navarra declared that this year is still a Championship very hard, much harder than the past few years, there are very good pilots and very strong cars and it is still very difficult, but team is leading the Championship and making good timesHe said. In the FIA GT1 world twelve teams compete in 10 races in which competing 21 vehicles of the six sports most prestigious world brands: Lamborghini bat RS-V, Maserati MC 12, Aston Martin DB9, Corvette Z06, Nissan GT-R and Ford GT. This year, the races have taken place in recognized circuits like Abu Dhabi, Silverstone (Great Britain), Brno (Czech Republic), Paul Ricard (France), Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium), Nurburgring (Germany) and Algarve (Portugal).

After the race held at the circuit of Navarre just run at Interlagos (Brazil) and compete in the grand final, which will take place in the Argentine circuit of San Luis from 3 to 5 December. Miguel Ramos began his career in 1991 when he was only 18 years old. After a series of victories and an unstoppable ascent, in 1998 he became the first Portuguese pilot who was competing in the Italian Championship of Supertouring. The year 2002 was his consecration, because he won the Spanish Championship of GT with a Saleen and managed fifth position in the GTS class at Le Mans 24hours. In 2005 he became champion of Italy GT and He came third in the FIA GT Championship in 2008. Your success is also extended to the field of business, because he holds the position of Managing Director of the Grupo Salvador Caetano, Portuguese company dedicated to the automotive industry, information technologies or renewable energies. At 39 years old already knows very well that the keys to success are rigor and discipline, and is of the view that although the business world and the competition are very similar because you have to fight hard to be among the best, there is a substantial difference: If you do it wrong in a race can think in the next, but nothing more. In business it is not so, a year of work or a continuity can be measured in a company, you can do it better, worse, recover in the competition if it went wrong already you can not improve it and you lose a championship points. Original author and source of the article