MONZA 3000 PRO SERIES DECISIVE RACE: FOUR POSSIBLE CANDIDATES FOR THE TITLE MONZA (I) -- It will be Monza circuit to write this week-end the first name on 3000 PRO SERIES rolls of honour. PERONI PROMOTION INCENTIVE championship will...
MONZA 3000 PRO SERIES DECISIVE RACE: FOUR POSSIBLE CANDIDATES FOR THE TITLE
MONZA (I) -- It will be Monza circuit to write this week-end the first name on 3000 PRO SERIES rolls of honour.
PERONI PROMOTION INCENTIVE championship will actually turn up to this meeting with four possible candidates for the title even though greater pretenders are two: ADM Motorsport Norbert Siedler from Austria and Pro Motorsport driver, the Italian Max Busnelli, kept apart by only two points in favour of the first. But the two Draco Junior Team drivers are placed behind them, in order German Timo Lienemann and Alessandro Bonetti who however should respectively fill a gap of 6 and 7 points to catch present leader, and there are 10 points available for victory.
3000 Pro Series has however made us used to unexpected events and front shifts: during the seven races run, drivers climbing over higher podium step have been a good five, that is the four title candidates joined by Team JVA Robbie Kerr at his only presence at Lausitz, with only Siedler and Lienemann scoring two victories each. The line-up at Monza will see fourteen single-seaters, with several new-entries, compared with previous races, and a team change.
This last concerns Marco Mocci, moving from Cek Team to Scuderia Famà so coming up by the side of the re-entrant Olivier Tielemans. Two Russian drivers, Daniel Move and Sergej Zlobin, already Minardi F1 tester in the past, will instead climb on the green Ceccon cars, Davide Valsecchi it has been enrolled with the third single-seater of the ADM Motorsport, Joao Batista Barion Neto, brasilian drivers, will to make one's debut with Pro Motorsport, and finally new-entry is Euronova Racing with Luca Di Cienzo.
<pre> General standings after 7 races 1. Siedler 41 points 2. Busnelli 39 3. Lienemann 35 4. Bonetti 34 5. Mocci 23 6. Graves 19