Hungarian Tamas Pal Kiss will be called to a comeback race to keep his championship rival Pommer at bay.
Puma 3 M-Sport will make their debut in the series with the support of Eurotech and will be lining-up an all-Italian duo.
In second place, Tamas Pal Kiss (Zele Racing) recovered well after a complicated qualifying session.
After scoring 8th place in Qualifying, when she made it to the Q2 segment, Michela show good pace in the two race getting a double points finish.
Local hero Tamas Pal Kiss, running for Zele Racing, scored the second fastest lap and will be on the front row.
Kevin Giovesi held the lead comfortably and managed to administrate his margin over Virtuosi UK’s Andrea Roda.
Sato dedicated his wins to the memory of Ayrton Senna 20 years after the sad Imola crash.
Markus Pommer (Super Nova) and Kimiya Sato (Euronova) completed the podium.
Race 2 will be taking-off tomorrow.
The Italian clocked the fastest lap of the day in 1’16”426 beating fellow front row starter and championship leader Kimiya Sato (Euronova).
The Japanese race won what turned out to be an elimination race in front of first-time podium runners Michele La Rosa and Giuseppe Cipriani.
The race was held in pouring rain and the drivers used the Kumho wet weather tires for the first time this year.
The 22-year-old racer successfully competed for Zele Racing last season.
The German driver led from start to finish topping Kimiya Sato.
Kevin Giovesi will be at his fourth front row start after Silverstone, Mugello and Brno in 2013.
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