Valencia 2 September 2003 -- The World Series Light and the Spanish Formula Junior Championship, the two minor categories of the Superfund World Series by Nissan arrived today at the Circuit of Valencia where they will take part in a three day program of Collective Testing.
More than 30 drivers are listed in these two categories. These teenagers have just one single idea in their minds: to succeed with their teams and have the opportunity to step in the major category: the Superfund World Series by Nissan.
The track activity will start at 9h30 and finishes at 18h00. One-hour brake is daily scheduled from 13h30 to 14h30.
Tomorrow, Wednesday 3 September, the track will be exclusively reserved for the Formula Junior Teams. After only two meetings (Jarama and Monza), the current leader is the Spaniard Juan Antonio del Pino (G-TEC), scoring 42 pt., followed by Giacomo Ricci (Cibiemme) and Christian Cano (Racc Motor Sport).
The Dallara AER single seaters will step in the track from Thursday to Friday, joining the Formula Junior 1600 cars. The entered drivers of the World Series Light are going to be exhaustively preparing for the next meeting which will be in A1 Ring the next 20 and 21st of September. The current leader, Adrián Vallés, only 17, is regarded as one of the most important drivers from the Renault Driver Development Program.
Adrian Vallés is still leading with 85 points, followed by Juan Cruz Alvarez (66 points) and Milos Pavlovic (48 points). The French driver Bastien Briere will replace the Brazilian Ebrahim in RC Motorsport. The Formula Renault driver makes will have his first drive here in Valencia,