Zamparelli heads to Knockhill Circuit in Scotland this weekend for Round 11 and 12 of the Porsche Carrera Cup.
After a terrible run of bad luck at his last race at Snetterton, Dino and his team have stripped the car and re-built it.
Dino said; “Nothing at Snetterton went our way, we had problems with suspension and the engine, which meant we kept loosing power and didn’t qualify where we should have. Then to top it off we had a puncture in the last race.”
Zamparelli has been up in Scotland since Tuesday preparing for this weekend.
“We had a successful practice session at Knockhill earlier this week and the car has a new lease of life.”
Currently fifth in the cup standings, Dino is taking each race as it comes and trying to get the car just right.
“My main focus now is race by race and trying to get the best results I can. The results tables will then take care of themselves.”
The 22-year-old previously raced at Knockhill in 2008, where he won his first race but crashed in his second. He will be looking to stay on the track this weekend.
“It’s a tight and short track, shorter than I remember, where qualifying will be very important. As you can imagine the weather in Scotland is pretty unpredictable which makes it harder to set-up the car correctly.”