October 9, 2011
Alberto Cerqui awards BMW Team Italy with the Italian title in the Superstars Series 2011
October 7, 2011
The classification leader Alberto Cerqui ready for the final challenge of Vallelunga
September 25, 2011
Pole and double victory at Mugello for a stunning Alberto Cerqui
September 21, 2011
The fight for the two titles getting lively at Mugello
August 8, 2011
Unlucky weekend in Spa
August 4, 2011
Crucial weekend for the classification in Spa
July 27, 2011
First kilometers for Alberto Cerqui at the wheel of the BMW 320TC
July 10, 2011
Pole, victory and rookies title for Alberto Cerqui in Misano
July 6, 2011
First match point in the rookies' for Alberto Cerqui in Misano
June 20, 2011
Pole and podium for Alberto Cerqui in Donington
June 14, 2011
Unknown Donington for an optimist Alberto Cerqui
June 6, 2011
Alberto Cerqui on Misano's podium too
May 31, 2011
Alberto Cerqui worried about the ballast at the eve of Misano's round
May 22, 2011
Pole position and double podium for Alberto Cerqui in Portimao
May 19, 2011
Portimao, preview: Alberto Cerqui hunting for the first podium as official BMW driver
May 8, 2011
Valencia: Alberto Cerqui confirmed to be competitive in the second round of the Superstars Series
May 4, 2011
Alberto Cerqui looking for points in Valencia's debut
April 11, 2011
Very positive debut in Superstars Series for Alberto Cerqui in Monza
April 5, 2011
Home debut for Alberto Cerqui in the Superstars Series
March 30, 2011
Winter testing: Alberto Cerqui happy with the first months as official BMW driver
February 23, 2011
Alberto Cerqui launched his new web site
January 24, 2011
Alberto Cerqui BMW Team Italy's official driver in the Superstars Series 2011
January 24, 2011
24/01/2011 - BMW Team Italy defined the drivers that will take part in the Superstars Series 2011 at the wheel of the three official BMW M3. The team led by Roberto Ravaglia and Umberto Grano, two of the most successful drivers of touring cars racing, following a new policy towards emerging talents, decided to bet on the eighteen-years-old Alberto Cerqui that becomes the youngest driver in the history of the team. The young Italian will be on track with the number three car and will line up aside of the reigning champion Thomas Biagi and Stefano Gabellini.

Cerqui, 18 years, is considered as one of the most promising young Italian drivers. He raced in karting at International levels and won the Italian Formula Azzurra Championship in 2009 , before moving to the Italian Formula 3 in 2010.

Alberto Cerqui:
"Racing with an official team is the ambition of every driver and getting there at eighteen years of age is something incredible. It won't be easy for me, especially at the beginning: coming from single seaters, I never raced on a touring car before and therefore I will unavoidably need to adapt my racing style as well as to learn some tracks that are going to be new for me. I will have anyway the luck of being able to count on the experience of Roberto Ravaglia and Umberto Grano from whom I could certainly learn a lot and I will do the same with two top class drivers as Biagi and Gabellini".

Roberto Ravaglia (BMW Team Italy, Team Principal):
"We decided to line up three cars instead of the four of last year to optimize the resources and the technical solutions. The confirmation of Biagi and Gabellini allows us to guarantee a consistent stability within the team, while the insertion of a young talent like Cerqui, who will have the chance to grow up gradually with the team, is an important novelty both for us and for the championship".