Ni Amorim ( born March 1, 1962 in Porto ) is a Portuguese racing driver.
Amorim took 19 years, his first rallies in national championships. In 1983, he rose in the national touring car racing and drove there until 1994. He reached there four championships (1987, 1989 and 1990 Ford Sierra and 1993 with an Opel Astra). His touring car highlights was not only the introduction to the German Touring Car Championship in 1995, but also the Macau operations between 1992 and 1995. A DTM season 1995 ( with an Opel Calibra from Team Joest) he reached the 21th place overall with five points. 1997 Ni Amorim rose in the FIA GT Championship; there he reached some points places (1997 Roock Porsche 911 GT2, 1998-2000 Chamberlain Chrysler Viper GTS -R, 2003 Graham Nash Saleen S7R ). In 2004 he succeeded his masterpiece in the BRDC GT series with a Ferrari 360 Modena.