AT ADRIA 3000 PRO SERIES SEVENTH ROUND OF THE SEASON: SIEDLER WILL TRY TO WIND UP THE CHAMPIONSHIP ADRIA (I) -- This week end Adria circuit will take in the season's second-last appointment of 3000 Pro Series. The race could show itself ...
AT ADRIA 3000 PRO SERIES SEVENTH ROUND OF THE SEASON: SIEDLER WILL TRY TO WIND UP THE CHAMPIONSHIP
ADRIA (I) -- This week end Adria circuit will take in the season's second-last appointment of 3000 Pro Series. The race could show itself decisive for the Peroni Promotion Incentive organized championship title.
The final rush will be played between ADM Motorsport Norbert Siedler and Pro Motorsport Max Busnelli: the Austrian driver, after Lausitz "zero" because of the crash at the first braking point, will turn up at Adria with a 5 lengths lead over his rival but the ten points available in case of victory will unlikely be enough to celebrate in advance the title.
Possible combinations between the two drivers final results most likely will bring forth the day of reckoning only on the occasion of last season's race, scheduled on October 9th at Monza.
Mathematics and uncertainty of the results to be acquired on track, potentially leave to come into play also drivers following in general standings, with the two Draco Junior Team drivers, Alessandro Bonetti and Timo Lienemann, leading.
According to Adria programme, free practice will take place at 10.45 on Saturday and qualifying at 10.10 on the same day. On Sunday warm-up will be at 10.50 and, at 14.40, the 27 laps race.
General standings after 6 races
1. Siedler 36 points
2. Busnelli 31
3. Bonetti 28
4. Lienemann 25
5. Mocci 19
6. Graves and Tielemans 16