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Lucidi Motors Team begin their activity in 1991 winning the Italian Formula Alfa Boxer Championship in the debut season with the driver Fabio Aries. In 1992 the success is repeated with the victory of Andrea Boldrini in the same championship. In 1993 the Team win the Formula Europe Boxer Italian Championship with Danilo Tomassini, while in 1994 conclude third with Andrea Cammarone. The following year, Lucidi Motors is again the Formula Europa Boxer Italian Champion with the Portuguese driver Joao Ricardo Barbosa and also Niki Cadei finishes in third place.

The Team take part to the 1996 F3 B Class Italian Championship conquering the title with Andrea Cammarone and the second place with Gabriele Gardel.

In 1997 Lucidi Motors win the F3 Federal National Trophy with Gianluca Calcagni and the Driversí Formula 3 Trophy with Filippo Francioni, a success that is confirmed in 1998 with the first three places in the championship respectively obtained by Omar Galeffi, Fulvio Cavicchi and Filippo Zadotti.

The supremacy continues in 1999 with the Team triumphing again in the Federal Formula 3 National Trophy, winning the title with Matteo Grassotto two races in advance. Same script in 2000 with Lucidi dominating the season again and obtaining the first four positions in the Federal Formula 3 Trophy with Gian Paolo Ermolli, Alfonso Di Benedetto, Alessandro Pasotto and Cristiano Citron.

In 2001, the Team change series and take part to the Eurocup Formula Renault. Three young Argentine drivers are lined up: JosŤ Maria Lopez, Mariano Altuna and Esteban Guerrieri.

After a year of break, in 2003, Team get definitively back again to the Italian F3 Championship with Gregory Franchi: the Belgian driver scores three third places and concludes the championship in second place. In the following year, Michele Rugolo joins the Team and he becomes vice-champion thanks to nine podiums and a victory. Paolo Maria Nocera lines up aside Rugolo in some races.

Double commitment in 2005. Lucidi Motors are involved again in the Italian F.3. Championship with Paolo Maria Nocera and in the Italian F.Azzurra Championship with Andrea Caldarelli. Nocera obtains eight podiums with two victories and concludes the championship in third place. Caldarelli in his turn obtains a victory and three podiums that together with various good placements allow him to reach the fourth place of the final classification.

In 2006 the commitment of the Team is back again to the Formula 3 only, with two single seaters given to Alex Frassineti, author of a victory and to Giuseppe Terranova that gets several times on the podium with his team-mate.

The Italian title comes again in 2007 with Paolo Maria Nocera that dominates the championship with six victories that allow him to be champion at the final round of Monza. On his side, Nicola De Marco is author of several good results that earn him points in fifteen of the sixteen races he took part to.

2008, the year of the turning point for Italian Formula 3 thanks to the adoption of new chassis and Fiat Powertrain Technologies Racing engines, confirms the supremacy of Lucidi Team that lines up three single seaters given to Mirko Bortolotti, Francesco Castellacci and Giovanni Nava. Bortolotti is protagonist of a tight battle with Edoardo Piscopo (Team Ghinzani) and in the last round of the season he is crowned the new Italian Champion thanks to 9 victories, 5 second places and a third, concluding also all the races of the season under the chequered flag. Castellacci and Nava respectively finish fourth and fifth in the final classification.