Kevin Giovesi held the lead comfortably and managed to administrate his margin over Virtuosi UK’s Andrea Roda.
Kevin Giovesi, driving for Eurotech, went from pole to win in Race 2 of the Auto GP round at Monza. The Italian, who started out front thanks to the reverse top-8 grid format, held the lead comfortably and managed to administrate his margin over Virtuosi UK’s Andrea Roda.
The Como-based racer, who settled for second for just a few thousands of a second, scored his best career Auto GP finish after a great start that brought him past Giuseppe Cipriani (Ibiza Racing Team). Markus Pommer (Super Nova) secured the 20.000€ bonus for being the best driver of the weekend: after cruising to victory in Race 1, he captured a podium finish today.
Yoshitaka Kuroda (Euronova) ended up in fourth place, edging Zele Racing’s Hungarian Tamas Pal Kiss who was passed by Pommer in standings. The points zone was completed by Shinya Michimi (Euronova Racing), Michela Cerruti (Super Nova), Cipriani, Christof von Grunigen (Zele Racing) and Francesco Dracone (Super Nova). A drive-through penalty jeopardized the race of Eurotech’s Loris Spinelli.