The TelefÃ³nica World Series by Nissan debuts in Monza with its all-new Dallara Nissan single-seaters. The champioship leader Ricardo Zonta defends first position. EUROSPORT retransmits LIVE both races Barcelona, 4 July 2002 - The AutÃ³dromo...
The Telefónica World Series by Nissan debuts in Monza with its all-new Dallara Nissan single-seaters. The champioship leader Ricardo Zonta defends first position.
EUROSPORT retransmits LIVE both races
Barcelona, 4 July 2002 - The Autódromo di Monza (Italy) will host the fourth meeting of the Telefónica World Series by Nissan. It will be the UNIQUE round to take place in Italy, featuring all three categories.
Formula One driver Ricardo Zonta (Gabord Competición) is currently leading the World Series, after achieving both second and third positions in Albacete. The Belgium driver Bas Leinders (KTR) is now the second driver in the overall, and the Frenchman, Franck Montagny (Racing Engineering), moved to the third place of the standings after a struggling weekend race. Ivan Bellarosa will be the single Italian driver taking part in the Series 415 HP.
EUROSPORT will be doing LIVE retransmissions of both World Series races on Sunday.
Monza is a keen meeting for the five Italian teams currently participating in the Telefónica World Series by Nissan.
Matteo Bobbi, the current leader of the Formula Nissan 2000, Andrea Belicchi, Giorgio Sernagiotto and the new arrived Michele Rugolo (Cibiemme Team) will have all the support of the tiffosi at their home race. BCN Motorsport, the Formula Nissan 2000 team owned by Enrique Scalabroni, will have another car, drived by Carlos Martín.
The Spaniard Adrián Vallés is the favourite driver in the Spanish Formula Junior 1600 Championship, after winning five races (of a total of 6). Leo Orecchioni (Team Cibiemme) is currently in the third position of the overall, and the single Italian driver in this unique young formula.
1. R. Zonta, 108 puntos; 2. B. Leinders, 79; 3. F. Montagny, 70; 4. J.C.Ravier, 41; 5. N.Filiberti, 25; 6. J. Wilson, 24; 7. P. Sundberg, 21; 8. R. Sarandeses, 15.
FORMULA NISSAN 2000
1. M. Bobbi, 83 points; 2. J.M. Pérez-Aicart, 80; 3. S.Porteiro, 70; 4. C. Míguez, 54; 5. B. García, 50; 6. J.A. del Pino, 44.
CAMPEONATO DE ESPAÑA DE FORMULA JUNIOR 1600
1. A. Vallés, 116 points; 2. R. Rodríguez, 61; 3. L. Orecchioni, 53; 4. V. Jaguen, 50; 5. A. Barba, 46; 6. M. Carol, 28.
09h15-10h30 FORMULA NISSAN 2.0 PRIVATE PRACTICE
10h45-11h45 WORLD SERIES PRIVATE PRACTICE
12h45-13h30 FORMULA JUNIOR 1600 SPANISH CHAMPIONSHIP PRIVATE PRACTICES
15h00-15h45 FORMULA NISSAN 2.0 PRIVATE PRACTICE
16h00-17h00 WORLD SERIES PRIVATE PRACTICE
18h00-18h45 FORMULA JUNIOR 1600 SPANISH CHAMPIONSHIP PRIVATE PRACTICES
09h00-09h30 FORMULA JUNIOR 1600 SPANISH CHAMPIONSHIP 1st. QUALIFYING PRACTICE
09h40-10h10 FORMULA NISSAN 2.0 1st. QUALIFYING PRACTICE
10h20-10h50 WORLD SERIES 1st. QUALIFYING PRACTICE
13h30-14h00 FORMULA JUNIOR 1600 SPANISH CHAMPIONSHIP 2nd. QUALIFYING PRACTICE
15h00-15h30 FORMULA NISSAN 2.0 2nd. QUALIFYING PRACTICE
15h45-16h15 WORLD SERIES 2nd. QUALIFYING PRACTICE
16h30 OFFICIAL PRESS CONFERENCE
17h30 FORMULA JUNIOR 1600 SPANISH CHAMPIONSHIP RACE#1 (10 laps)
09h00 FORMULA NISSAN 2.0 RACE#1 (14 laps)
09h40-09h55 WORLD SERIES WARM UP
10h15 FORMULA JUNIOR 1600 SPANISH CHAMPIONSHIP RACE#2 (10 laps)
11h45 WORLD SERIES RACE#1 (15 laps)
12h30 FORMULA NISSAN 2.0 RACE#2 (14 laps)
13h15-13h30 PIT WALK WORLD SERIES
14h05 WORLD SERIES RACE#2 (22 laps - PIT STOP 5/15)
15h00 OFFICIAL PRESS CONFERENCE