Many news in final rush in Vallelunga Just ten days and the F.3000 season will be over, but there are still two rounds, four races, to be held, now in Vallelunga and next week-end in Misano. And the track at the doors of Rome could be crucial in...
Many news in final rush in Vallelunga
Just ten days and the F.3000 season will be over, but there are still two rounds, four races, to be held, now in Vallelunga and next week-end in Misano. And the track at the doors of Rome could be crucial in order to establish the winner of both Championships, with Giacomo Ricci leading on his teammate
Bonanomi by just 8 points in the italian Championship and 9 points in the Euroseries 3000. With 38 points still to be assigned, also the Russian Euronova driver, Vitaly Petrov, who is just 12 points behind Bonanomi in the national series, is still part of the game.
Along the two title contenders, Fisichella Motorsport will also line up Marco Mocci, a former Formula Renault talented driver from Rome. And from the Capital are coming also Stefano Attianese with Avelon, Fausto Ippoliti, who has already raced in Imola and will replace Caceres, now competing in Champ Car, at Minardi Team and the young Frankie Provenzano. Coloni Motorsport is indeed counting on the 20 years old promising boy for its "F.3000 Rookies' Team", the project born to allow skilled drivers to have a first touch of the category.
Another news is the debut of Gian Maria Gabbiani with Facondini Lola B99 car, who will be present in Vallelunga not only as a driver, but also as Nuvolari Tv correspondant .
So many new entries have been possible thanks to the beautiful initiative of AC Vallelunga which, in collaboration with ACI Sport, has offered a free entry to drivers debuting in the series.
The three weeks after Barcelona races have been full of events: six drivers of the series have had the opportunity to take part to the GP2 test session in which Bonanomi has obtained the fourth best time among rookies, 14th overall among 38 partecipants. Moreover Tuka Rocha has taken part in the first two races of A1 Grand Prix and Gavin Cronje in the last round of the Renault World Series.