A new driver for the fourth weekend of the season at Mugello: his name is Fabrizio Crestani Less than a month after the Valencian race, the Euroseries 3000 paddock comes back to Italy, where the fourth weekend of the championship will...
A new driver for the fourth weekend of the season at Mugello: his name is Fabrizio Crestani
Less than a month after the Valencian race, the Euroseries 3000 paddock comes back to Italy, where the fourth weekend of the championship will take place, thus reaching the half of the season, on the Mugello track.
Newcomer for this event will be the Italian Fabrizio Crestani, 21-years-old driver from Treviso, who will race for GP Racing together with Fabio Onidi, who is leading the standings with his 31 points, ahead of the Spanish Rodriguez (26) and of ELK Motorsport's French, Nicolas Prost (24).
Once again we are approaching an intense and exciting F.3000 weekend with international teams and drivers ready to battle for the highest step of the podium. Among them also the TP Formula team with their two drivers coming from A1 GP: Adam Khan and Felipe Guimaraes, who got the pole in Valencia. Traini and Pomozzi's team comes to the Italian race after an intense week of testing with their Anglo-Pakistan driver Adam Khan.
The teams will go on track Thursday 17th for a session of open test where the drivers will take their first contact with the difficult Mugello track, and then the next day (Friday 18th) for the two free practice sessions (30 minutes each) at 10.25 and 15.20. The starting grid for race 1, scheduled for Sunday at 11.00, will be decided during the qualifying scheduled on Saturday (12.45 - 13.15).
The second race will instead start on Sunday afternoon (16.40) and will see the drivers do 18 laps.
As usual, both races will be broadcast live by Nuvolari TV (SKY 218).
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