Adria: Daniel Zampieri wins race one Daniel Zampieri (BVM-Target): "I am extremely happy for this success. I pushed a lot to keep Campos-Hull at a safe distance, but in the last five laps I slowed a bit the pace administering the advantage.
Adria: Daniel Zampieri wins race one
Daniel Zampieri (BVM-Target):
"I am extremely happy for this success. I pushed a lot to keep Campos-Hull at a safe distance, but in the last five laps I slowed a bit the pace administering the advantage. Starting from the sixth position won't be easy tomorrow but I am hopeful in another positive result".
Daniel Campos-Hull (Prema Powerteam):
"The breaking of turn one has been the crucial moment of the race: I tried to overtake Zampieri but he defended well. A track like this does not allow overtaking too much and there was not a lot I could to before the chequered flag. The second place is very positive for the championship though".
Sergio Campana (Lucidi Motors):
"During yesterday's free practice the dirt on track created some problems with the definition of the setup but we managed to solve them in time for qualifying. During the race I realized that the third place was the best I could get and thinking to the championship as well as to the race I decided not to take too many risks and finishing on the podium".
Daniel Zampieri puts the first seal on the Italian Formula 3 2009 Championship. The driver of BVM-Target, started from pole position, led the race throughout without having his leadership in discussion. Behind him, Daniel Campos-Hull constantly pressed Zampieri despite not managing to create a concrete overtaking opportunity. Sergio Campana (Lucidi Motors) completes the podium.
Finish in the points also for Marco Zipoli (Team Ghinzani) and Pablo Sanchez-Lopez (Alan Racing) that awarded the first Italian points to the Mygale chassis, whole Stefanos Kamitsakis (RC Motorsport) finished sixth and will start tomorrow's race from the pole position, due to the grid inversion of the first six drivers of race one.