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Macau GP: Ombra Racing preview

Ombra Racing back to Macao The 55th Macau Grand Prix Edition entry list has been released last week. The two Ombra Racing Dallara 308 Mugen-Honda will partecipate at the race on mithycal "Circuito de Guia" 13th-16th november. The race, at all...

Ombra Racing back to Macao

The 55th Macau Grand Prix Edition entry list has been released last week. The two Ombra Racing Dallara 308 Mugen-Honda will partecipate at the race on mithycal "Circuito de Guia" 13th-16th november.

The race, at all effects the Formula 3 World Campionship, is the most important date of the Formula 3 season. Ombra will race there for the fourth time, challenging the best European and Japanese teams. It's a very important achievement for Ombra considering that the this was only the fifth season in this category for the Italian team.

In former four edition Ombra showed no reverential fear for the other teams and distinguished itself for competitiveness. Paolo Montin 8th place in 2005 is the best result for Ombra, when only a hit in the lasts lap prevent him to struggle for the final victory.

This time Ombra drivers will be James Winslow and Masaki Matsushita. The first one, English , 27 years old, 2007 Formula Renault V6 Asia Champion, in this season is the Australian F3 winner with 5 wins and 4 podiums. The second one, Japanese, 22 years old, finished 3rd in Japanese F3 National Class, 2 wins and 10 podiums.

In Chignolo d'Isola the works are at full steam, both the cars will make a shake down session Wednesday in Imola, both tested by Federico Leo. All the material will be then packed and sent to Macao next week.

Massimo Pollini, manager:"Since when five years ago, Ombra appeared in Formula 3, for four times has been invited at what is to be considered undoubtly the most important international weekend for the category. This fill us of pride and it's very grateful for our work."

-creidt: ombraracing.com

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Series F3
Drivers Paolo Montin , James Winslow