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BIOGRAPHY

Erik Mayrink is a Brazilian racing driver born in 1995.

He started his racing career at the age of 6.
Between the years of 2002 and 2015 he disputed dozens of national and regional karting championships in the Cadet, Junior Minor, Junior, Graduated and Shifter KZ categories.
Erik has won the 500 Miles of Karting, held at the International Kart Track Granja Viana, in São Paulo.
 The competition it's the biggest Brazilian karting event and counted with more than 250 professional racing drivers.
 
In 2016 made his debut at touring car racing through the Regional São Paulo's Brands Championship, racing a Chevrolet Celta that had a GM 1.4 engine with 180hp, manual transmission and was front wheel driven, from the Arias Motorsports Team.
Erik disputed in what was, at the time, the biggest grid in Brazil, with around 40 cars per race, divided into 10 brands and 3 divisions. He was the champion of that season.
 
At the 2017 season Erik migrated to Sprint Race Brazil. The one-manufacturer racing series is considered the base of touring car racing in Brazil, usually attracts karting drivers and drivers coming from regional motorsport championships.
Erik drove a prototype with tubular chassis that had a V6 3.6L engine with 270hp, sequential transmission with powershift. The car was formerly used at the Brazilian Super Clio Cup. The behavior of cars on the track resembles Formula models, due to the low center of gravity, the driver's central positon within, and the rear positioned engine. 
Erik disputed the title of the PRO division and was vice-champion of the rookie division of the category.
 
In 2018 he made his debut at the Brazilian Stock Car Series, through the Light division. The category was created to substitute the Brazilian Touring Car Championship, as an entry-level for the highest racing series in Brazil's motorsport and was part of the biggest motorsport event in South America.
Erik drove a Stock Car with tubular chassis and a 350hp Chevrolet V8 5.7L engine, sequential gearshift and a standard fiber bodywork.
He raced his first season for TMG Light Team and his second season for KTF Sports.
Erik was vice-champion of the rookie division and got the title of the team's championship in 2019.
 
In 2020 he began his international carreer, through the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe.
Erik drove a Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO from the Italian team Bonaldi Motorsport. The Gran Turismo car was developed by Lamborghini Squadra Corse together with Dallara Automobili. It had and hybrid chassis of carbon fiber and alluminium and a 5.2L V10 naturally aspirated engine that produced 620hp, the standard model for all GT3 competitions in the world. The car also counted with a X-Trac transmission, TCS and ABS. 
The championship was a one-manufacturer series, subsidized by Lamborghini. It was a support series to the GT World Challenge, former Blancpain GT Series and FIA GT. Consequently, it was part of some of the most important existing motorsport events.

In
2022 he came back to Brazil to dispute the Brazilian Endurance Championship.
Erik drove a Sigma P1 Prototype, prepared by FTR Motorsport and Scuderia Chiarelli teams.
The car had lines and proportions of LMP prototypes and had a steel chassis with a closed cockpit. The car had a Chevrolet LS3 V8 7.0L engine with a maximum power of 700hp, a sequential transmission, TCS, ABS and a drag reduction system that used movable front and rear wing flaps. It also weighted only 900kg.
The championship was the biggest national series with long distance racing, with 4h long races. It also counted with the fastest racing cars in Brazil, between prototypes and GT cars. Erik drove in the P1 division, the main one in the series.
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