BUSNELLI WINS 3000 PRO SERIES MONZA RACE AND GAINS FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE MONZA -- 3000 Pro Series season came to its end at Monza with an unespected event: at the end of the race the finish line was actually crossed by Max Busnelli (Pro ...
BUSNELLI WINS 3000 PRO SERIES MONZA RACE AND GAINS FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE
MONZA -- 3000 Pro Series season came to its end at Monza with an unespected event: at the end of the race the finish line was actually crossed by Max Busnelli (Pro Motorsport), Norbert Siedler (ADM Motorsport) and Timo Lienemann (Draco Junior Team) in this order. Thus Busnelli and Siedler were right at equal points in championship general standings, making necessary to verify previous races placings. It was howewer indispensable to go back up even to retirements.
At Vallelunga, on the first championship race, both drivers retired leaving thence the situation unchanged, while the difference came with 24th of July Misano race and that on August 28th at Lausitz. In the first Busnelli came 10th because, even though he retired after an off track, he had however completed over half of the race, while on the German race Siedler, out of contention at first braking point, was not classified. The first 3000 Pro Series title goes thence to the Italian driver. Coming to race account, behind Busnelli and Siedler crossed the finish the two Draco Junior Team drivers, Lienamann and Alessandro Bonetti.
The first won "Under 21" title and Draco gained Team title. The first four drivers were followed by Tor Graves (Team JVA), Davide Valsecchi (ADM Motorsport), Fausto Ippoliti (ADM Motorsport), Luca Di Cienzo (Euronova Racing), Oliver Tielemans (Scuderia Famà), Sergey Zlobin (Cek Team) e Ignazio Belluardo (Pro Motorsport). On the contrary Daniel Move (Cek Team) and Joao Barion (ADM Motorsport) were out on first lap for a contact, while Marco Mocci (Scuderia Famà) retired on third lap for a technical problem.