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RESPECT THE HIGHWAY CODE rules are there to protect us all

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CHECK MY TYRES both for wear and for correct inflation, including the spare

DRIVE SOBER when I am drunk or on drugs, I am a danger on the road

PROTECT MY CHILDREN keep them safe in car seats

PAY ATTENTION calling and texting make me dangerous

STOP WHEN I’M TIRED getting there late is better than not at all

WEAR A HELMET motorbikes and bicycles don’t protect my head

BE COURTEOUS AND CONSIDERATE respect other drivers

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EDITORIAL

Luca De Donno WSK Promotion PRESIDENT

Vallelunga, per l’Italia dei motori, è sempre un luogo particolare. Qui, infatti, ha sede la Scuola Federale ACI SPORT “Michele Alboreto”, che potrebbe tranquillamente venire definita come l’università italiana dell’automobilismo sportivo, dati i tanti piloti tricolore (ma non solo) che nel corso degli anni qui si sono formati e sono “diventati grandi”. Non poteva non passare da Vallelunga, quindi, anche l’Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth, serie che come principale obiettivo ha proprio quello di aiutare i giovani che arrivano dal kart nel loro cammino verso il sogno di una carriera da pilota. I primi due appuntamenti del 2017 hanno già regalato gare emozionanti, portando alla ribalta i nomi di diversi protagonisti. Ma la strada verso il titolo è ancora molto lunga e, per chi mira al successo finale, la tappa di Vallelunga, inevitabilmente, è fondamentale.

Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth

Vallelunga is always a special place for Italian motorsport. It is home to the “Michele Alboreto” ACI SPORT Federal School, which can easily be regarded as the Italian University of motorsport, given the number of Italian (and not only) drivers who learnt their trade and “grew up”. Therefore, Vallelunga was also a necessary stop for the Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth, a series whose main objective is to help youngsters from karting on their way to fulfilling their dreams of a career as a driver. The first two events in 2017 have already produced exciting races, bringing to the fore the names of several protagonists. However, the road to the title is still very long and, inevitably, the round at Vallelunga is crucial for anyone aiming to win the overall competition.

CONTENTS REPORT - RACE 1 pg. 2-3

STANDINGS pg. 10

ENTRY LIST pg. 13

REPORT - RACE 2 pg. 4-5

CIRCUIT pg. 11

RULES & PRIZES pg. 14-15

REPORT - RACE 3 pg. 6-7

FASTEST pg. 12

TIMETABLE pg. 16

GALLERY pg. 8-9

NEWS pg. 12

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REPORT - RACE 1 | ROUND 2 - ADRIA

Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth

VAN UITERT FASTER THAN RAIN

job van uitert (jenzer motorsport)

Race 1 of the Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth started behind the Safety Car because of heavy rain. The treacherous conditions meant that drivers did not risk too much in the opening laps. With one exception: the Dutchman Job Van Uitert (Jenzer Motorsport), who demonstrated his pace immediately and by the 12th lap he was leading the race, thanks to a great pass on the Italian Lorenzo Colombo (Bhaitech), who had started from pole position thanks to the best lap in the first session of the qualifying practice. On the third step of the podium was the New Zealander Marcus Armstrong (Prema Power Team). Fourth place went to the Indian driver Kush Maini (Jenzer Motorsport), ahead of the first of the Rookies, the Italian Leonardo Lorandi (Bhaitech), and the next of the Rookies: the Brazilian Enzo Fittipaldi (Prema Power Team). Seventh place and first in the Women’s Trophy was the German Sophia Floersch (BWT Mücke Motorsport).

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Gara 1 dell’Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth inizia dietro la Safety Car, per via di una pioggia battente e una pista completamente bagnata. Le difficili condizioni portano i piloti a non rischiare troppo nelle prime fasi. Tutti tranne uno: l’olandese Job Van Uitert (Jenzer Motorsport), che si dimostra immediatamente il più veloce in pista e al giro 12 passa al comando della corsa, che poi vincerà, grazie a un sorpasso sull’italiano Lorenzo Colombo (Bhaitech), che partiva dalla pole grazie al miglior tempo nella prima sessione di qualifiche. Sul terzo gradino del podio il neozelandese Marcus Armstrong (Prema Power Team), davanti a Kush Maini (Jenzer Motorsport), al primo dei Rookie Leonardo Lorandi (Bhaitech) e al secondo dei rookie: il brasiliano Enzo Fittipaldi (Prema Power Team). Settima e prima del Woman Trophy, a conferma dell’ottimo feeling con la pista di Adria e con le condizioni di bagnato, la tedesca Sophia Floersch (BWT Mücke Motorsport).


lorenzo colombo (bhaitech)

Marcus Armstrong (prema power team)

enzo fittipaldi (prema power team)

P.

race 1

P

Name

1

16

Van Uitert

jenzer motorsport

2

6

colombo

bhaitech

3

9

armstrong

4

15

maini

5

11

lorandi

6

74

fittipaldi

7

4

floersch

8

45

rodriguez

9

18

carrara

10

19

bianchi

team

prema power team jenzer motorsport bhaitech srl jenzer motorsport bwt Mücke motorsport drz benelli jenzer motorsport jenzer motorsport

Time

30:46.375

Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth

kush maini (jenzer motorsport)

5.480 9.918 17.456 24.177 26.238 28.693 29.462 43.030 44.373

11 MALVESTITI; 12 ZENDELI; 13 B RANQUINHO; 14 F ERNANDEZ; 15 G HIRETTI; 16 G ROSSO; 17 VENDITTI; 18 D ELL’ ACCIO; 19 F ESTANTE; 20 PETROV.

sophia floersch (bwt Mücke motorsport)

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REPORT - RACE 2 | ROUND 2 - ADRIA

Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth

LORANDI: A ROOKIE AHEAD OF ALL

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leonardo lorandi (bhaitech)

The fifth race overall, the Rookie Leonardo Lorandi (Bhaitech) won Race 2 of the Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth. It was a result obtained in difficult conditions: the race started behind the Safety Car on a damp circuit, although the track did dry with every passing lap. Lorandi, after getting by the Dutchman Job Van Uitert (Jenzer Motorsport), who ultimately finished second, was running in third, but then benefited from contact between Lorenzo Colombo (Bhaitech) and Marcus Armstrong (Prema Power Team). Both drivers immediately retired from the race. On the third step of the podium was the German Lirim Zendeli (BWT Mücke Motorsport), who had a great battle with the Italian Aldo Festante (DR Formula), who was fourth. Fifth was the Venezuelan Sebastian Fernandez (Bhaitech), followed by Petrov (DR Formula), Fittipaldi (Prema Power Team), Maini (Jenzer Motorsport), Sophia Floersch (BWT Mücke Motorsport) and Ian Rodriguez (DRZ Benelli). In the Rookie Trophy, the podium replicated the Race 1: Lorandi, Fittipaldi, Giorgio Carrara (Jenzer Motorsport).

Alla sua quinta gara in assoluto, il Rookie Leonardo Lorandi (Bhaitech) vince Gara 2 dell’Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth. Un risultato ottenuto in condizioni difficili, in una gara partita in regime di Safety Car, ma con la pista che è andata via vai asciugandosi con il passare dei giri. Lorandi, dopo aver superato l’olandese Job Van Uitert (Jenzer Motorsport), alla fine secondo, ed essersi portato in terza posizione, approfitta del contatto fra Lorenzo Colombo (Bhaitech), che fino a quel momento aveva condotto la gara, e Marcus Armstrong (Prema Power Team), entrambi costretti al ritiro. Sul terzo gradino del podio sale il tedesco Lirim Zendeli (BWT Mücke Motorsport), protagonista di un bel duello con l’italiano Aldo Festante (DR Formula), quarto. Quinto è il venezuelano Fernandez (Bhaitech), seguito da Petrov (DR Formula), Fittipaldi (Prema Power Team), Maini (Jenzer Motorsport), Sophia Floersch (BWT Mücke Motorsport) e Ian Rodriguez (DRZ Benelli). Nel Rookie Trophy, il podio è lo stesso di Gara 1: Lorandi, Fittipaldi, Giorgio Carrara (Jenzer Motorsport).


job van uitert (jenzer motorsport)

lirim zendeli (bwt Mücke motorsport)

ian rodriguez (drz benelli )

artem petrov (dr formula)

P. P

race 2 N°

Name

team

1

11

lorandi

2

16

Van uitert

3

5

zendeli

4

51

festante

dr formula

5

7

fernandez

bhaitech

6

42

7

74

petrov fittipaldi

8

15

9

4

floersch

maini

10

45

rodriguez

bhaitech jenzer motorsport bwt Mücke motorsport

dr formula prema power team jenzer motorsport bwt Mücke motorsport drz benelli

Time

29:23.557 1.498

Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth

aldo festante (dr formula)

2.310 6.414 6.704 8.131 8.957 13.527 14.372 17.738

11 MALVESTITI; 12 C ARRARA; 13 BRANQUINHO; 14 DELL’ACCIO; 15 G ROSSO; 16 BIANCHI; 17 VENDITTI; 18 G HIRETTI; 19 ARMSTRONG; 20 COLOMBO.

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REPORT - RACE 3 | ROUND 2 - ADRIA

Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth

FIRST WIN FOR COLOMBO

job van uitert (jenzer motorsport)

After 3 second places at Misano and Adria, the Italian Lorenzo Colombo was able to take his first win of the series and, at the same time, the lead of the Drivers Championship. Starting from pole position, Colombo lost the lead to the Dutchman Job Van Uitert (Jenzer Motorsport) on the first corner, however he immediately made a mistake putting him back to second, a position he would hold until the chequered flag. He then withstood the challenge of the New Zealander Marcus Armstrong (Prema Power Team), who finished in third. Just off the podium finished the two BWT Mücke Motorsport drivers: the Germans Lirim Zendeli and Sophia Floersch, this latest win in the Women’s Trophy was also her best result of the season. Sixth, and first of the Rookie, was the winner of Race 2: Leonardo Lorandi (Bhaitech). The top ten was completed by Maini (Jenzer Motorsport), Rodriguez (DRZ Benelli), Branquinho (DR Formula) and Malvestiti (Jenzer Motorsport).

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lorenzo colombo (bhaitech)

Dopo tre secondi posti fra Misano e Adria, l’italiano Lorenzo Colombo (Bhaitech) è riuscito a ottenere la sua prima vittoria stagionale e, contestualmente, la leadership del campionato piloti. Partito dalla pole position, Colombo perde una posizione alla prima curva a favore dell’olandese Job Van Uitert (Jenzer Motorsport), il quale, però, commette subito un errore e torna secondo, posizione che manterrà fin sotto la bandiera a scacchi. La sua però non è stata una corsa indisturbata, visto che ha dovuto resistere ai ripetuti attacchi del neozelandese Marcus Armstrong (Prema Power Team), alla fine terzo. Ai piedi del podio due piloti della BWT Mücke Motorsport: i tedeschi Lirim Zendeli e Sophia Floersch, quest’ultima vincitrice del Woman Trophy e al miglior risultato stagionale. Sesto e primo dei Rookie il vincitore di Gara 2: l’italiano Leonardo Lorandi (Bhaitech). La top ten è completata da Maini (Jenzer Motorsport), Rodriguez (DRZ Benelli), Branquinho (DR Formula) e Malvestiti (Jenzer Motorsport).


Marcus Armstrong (prema power team)

Felipe Branquinho (dr formula)

alessandro ghiretti (bdl motorsport)

P. P

Andrea Dell’Accio (Henry Morrogh Racing)

race 3 N°

Name

team

1

6

colombo

2

16

van uitert

3

9

armstrong

4

5

zendeli

5

4

floersch

6

11

lorandi

bhaitech

maini

jenzer motorsport

rodriguez

drz benelli

7

15

8

45

9

55

10

27

bhaitech jenzer motorsport prema power team bwt Mücke motorsport bwt Mücke motorsport

branquinho

dr formula

malvestiti

jenzer motorsport

Time

30:22.525 2.433

Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth

sophia floersch (bwt Mücke motorsport)

3.331 9.783 10.525 11.251 17.235 23.836 24.115 25.222

11 FITTIPALDI; 12 FESTANTE; 13 C ARRARA; 14 BIANCHI; 15 G ROSSO; 16 VENDITTI; 17 G HIRETTI; 18 DELL’ACCIO; 19 PETROV; 20 FERNANDEZ.

Mickael Grosso (corbetta competizioni)

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THE SHOW AT ADRIA Photography by Giovanni Cuna

The modern scenario at the Adria circuit always provides images that are evocative and full of pathos. So it was for the weekend of the second round of the Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth. Look... and learn.


Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth

Il moderno scenario della pista di Adria offre sempre immagini suggestive e ricche di pathos. Così è stato anche per il weekend del secondo round dell’Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth. Guardare... per credere.

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ALL THE F.4 STANDINGS F.4 CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS 100 90 80

Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth

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F.4 ROOKIE STANDINGS 140

91 p. Lorenzo Colombo 89 p. Job Van Uitert 85 p. Sebastian Fernandez 55 p. Marcus Armstrong 45 p. Leonardo Lorandi

120 100

60 50 40

80

30 20

40

10 0

128 p. Leonardo Lorandi 116 p. Enzo Fittipaldi 73 p. Giorgio Carrara 65 p. Felipe Branquinho 48 p. Andrea Dell'Accio

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20 0 R1 Mis.

R2 Mis.

R3 Mis.

R1 Adr. R2 Adr.

R3 Adr.

A wide open fight in the overall standings. Indeed, after Race 2 at Adria the first three positions had been exactly the other way round. Then Race 3 was favourable to Colombo, although Van Uitert and Fernandez remain glued to the leader. The chasing pack is a little further behind, but there is still a long way to go for everyone. Lotta apertissima nella classifica assoluta, basti pensare che dopo Gara 2 di Adria le posizioni dei primi tre erano esattamente invertite. Poi, Gara 3, ha premiato Colombo; ma Van Uitert e Fernandez rimangono incollati al leader. Un po’ più staccati gli altri inseguitori, ma il cammino è per tutti ancora molto lungo.

R1 Mis.

R2 Mis. R3 Mis.

R1 Adr. R2 Adr.

R3 Adr.

Round 2 confirmed the rivalry between Lorandi and Fittipaldi, with the former able to overtake his opponent, who had come to Adria in first place, in the standings. The gap to the chasing pack, with drivers involved in a wide open fight between themselves and also to close the gap on the leaders, increased. Il round 2 conferma la lotta tra Lorandi e Fittipaldi, con il primo che riesce a scavalcare in classifica il suo avversario, presentatosi ad Adria da leader di classifica. Aumenta il divario con gli inseguitori che, a loro volta, sono in lotta apertissima sia tra loro sia per colmare il gap con i primi.

F.4 TEAM STANDINGS Bhaitech’s progress seems to be going smoothly, having already gained an advantage of more than 100 points. Trailing the leader is an open fight between two teams accustomed to competing at the top of the Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth: Jenzer Motorsport and Prema Power Team. Prosegue la marcia apparentemente senza intoppi di Bhaitech, che ha già accumulato oltre 100 punti di vantaggio. Alle sue spalle, è lotta aperta tra due team abituati ai vertici dell’Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth: Jenzer Motorsport e Prema Power Team.

250 200 150

219 p. Bhaitech 115 p. Jenzer Motorsport 108 p. Prema Power Team 59 p. DR Formula 57 p. BWT Mücke Motorsport

100 50 0

R1 Mis.

R2 Mis.

R3 Mis.

R1 Adr. R2 Adr.

R3 Adr.

F.4 WOMAN STANDINGS 125 p. Sophia Floersch

For the title to be awarded, there must be at least two verified leaders during the season and each must have participated in at least 5 events.

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Affinché il titolo venga assegnato devono esserci state almeno due conduttrici verificate nel corso della stagione, e ciascuna deve aver partecipato ad almeno 5 eventi.


CHAMPIONSHIP CIRCUIT The Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth visits Vallelunga for the third round of the championship. Founded in 1951 and modified over the years, the current layout of the circuit is the result of the major restoration and expansion works performed in 2005. Just over 4 kilometres in length, it has 12 bends (6 to the right and 6 to the left) with radiuses ranging from a minimum of 23 m to a maximum of 166 m. Paddocks, boxes, press room and various services around the track are first rate, to the extent that they also hosted Superbike World Championship races. Since 2011, the entire complex of Vallelunga is solely fuelled by “clean” energy generated by a photovoltaic system built on the hill overlooking the racetrack.

Per il terzo round di campionato, l’Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth fa tappa a Vallelunga. Fondato nel 1951 e via via modificato nel corso degli anni, il circuito deve la sua attuale conformazione ai grossi lavori di restauro e ampliamento svolti nel 2005. Lungo poco più di 4 chilometri, ha 12 curve (6 a destra e 6 a sinistra) i cui raggi variano da un minimo di 23 m a un massimo di 166. Paddock, box, sala stampa e servizi vari attorno alla pista sono di primissimo livello, tanto da aver ospitato anche gare del Mondiale Superbike. Dal 2011 l’intero complesso di Vallelunga è alimentato unicamente dall’energia “pulita” derivante dall’impianto fotovoltaico realizzato sulla collina che domina l’autodromo.

2016 RESULTS

TRACK CHARACTERISTICS CARATTERISTICHE PISTA Length (lunghezza): 4084 meters Width (larghezza): 11-14 meters Autodromo Vallelunga Piero Taruffi Via Mola Maggiorana, 4 - 00063 Campagnano di Roma (ROMA), Italy Tel: +39 06 9015501 www.vallelunga.it

Victory Race 1

Raul Guzman (DR Formula)

Victory Race 2

Mick Schumacher (Prema Power Team)

Victory Race 3

Juan Correa (Prema Power Team)

Event Best Lap

Jury Vips (Prema Power Team) 1:34.278

Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth

ROUND 3 VALLELUNGA | 24-25 JUNE AUTODROMO VALLELUNGA PIERO TARUFFI

ROUND 4 MUGELLO | 15-16 JULY | AUTODROMO INTERNAZIONALE DEL MUGELLO TRACK CHARACTERISTICS CARATTERISTICHE PISTA Length (lunghezza): 5245 meters Width (larghezza): 10-15 meters Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello Via Senni, 15 - 50038 Scarperia Firenze (FI), Italy Tel: +39 055 8499111 www.mugellocircuit.it

Round 5

10th September

Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari

Round 6

8th October

Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello

Round 7

22th October

Autodromo Nazionale Monza

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BEST LAP

THE FASTEST DRIVERS IN ADRIA

Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth

In the first round, at Misano, all the reces where won by only one driver: Sebastian Fernandez. By contrast, in the second round, at Adria, the three races have gone to three different drivers: Van Uitert, Lorandi, Colombo. Same thing happened for the best lap, scored by Van Uiter, Fittipaldi and Lorandi, respectively. The pole position, instead, made an exception, with Lorenzo Colombo that has started from the first place of the front row in every race.

JOB VAN UITERT

LEONARDO LORANDI

ENZO FITTIPALDI

LORENZO COLOMBO

Jenzer Motorsport

Bhaitech

Prema Power Team

bhaitech

VICTORY RACE 1 BEST LAP RACE 1

VICTORY RACE 2 BEST LAP RACE 3

BEST LAP RACE 2

VICTORY RACE 3 POLE POSITION RACE 1 – RACE 2 RACE 3

NEWS

THE SCUDERIA DF CORSE PROJECT

It’s not on the entry list, but there is also the Scuderia DF Corse in the paddock of the Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth. It’s a sports association that supports drivers thanks to the managerialism and professionalism of a long-term project, supported by sponsors. DF Corse competes in the 2017 season thanks to a partnership with DIEGI Motorsport, team founded by Matteo Di Persia 15 years ago and nowadays renewed in car liveries, suits and paddock facilities. Davide Venditti is the driver, but his youngest brother Fabio also tried out at Vallelunga, under the eye of DF Corse’s driver coach Eddie Cheever, and could soon make his debut. DF Corse is also working on projects related to medicine in motorsport (human telemetry) together with some universities.

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All’opposto rispetto a quanto successo nel primo round di Misano, dove tutte le gare erano state vinte da uno stesso pilota (Sebastian Fernandez), le tre gare di Adria vanno a tre piloti diversi: Van Uitert, Lorandi, Colombo. Stessa sorte per i best lap, fatti segnare, rispettivamente, da Van Uiter, Fittipaldi e Lorandi. Fanno eccezione, invece, le pole position, conquistate tutte da Lorenzo Colombo.

Non risulta nelle entry list, ma c’è anche la Scuderia DF Corse nel paddock dell’Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth. Si tratta di un’associazione sportiva che supporta i piloti attraverso la managerialità e la professionalità di un progetto a lungo termine, sostenuto da sponsor. DF Corse corre grazie a una partnership con DIEGI Motorsport, squadra fondata 15 anni fa da Matteo Di Persia, oggi rinnovata nei colori di auto, tute e strutture. Il pilota è Davide Venditti, ma a Vallelunga anche il più giovane fratello Fabio ha sostenuto un test, sotto lo sguardo del coach driver DF Corse Eddie Cheever, e presto potrebbe debuttare in gara. DF Corse porta avanti anche progetti legati alla medicina applicata al motorsport (human telemetry), collaborando con alcune università.


ENTRY LIST* An international roster of names sure to guarantee a thrilling show, with entries from all over the world. Una entry list all’insegna dell’internazionalità, con partecipazione da ogni parte dal mondo. No.

COMPETITOR

NATION

DRIVER

NATION

TEAM

Van Amersfoort Racing BV

NLD

Gachot Louis Robert

GBR

Van Amersfoort Racing BV

4

BWT Mücke Motorsport

DEU

Floersch Sophia

DEU

BWT Mücke Motorsport

5

BWT Mücke Motorsport

DEU

Zendeli Lirim

DEU

BWT Mücke Motorsport

6

Bhaitech Srl

ITA

Colombo Lorenzo

ITA

Bhaitech Srl

7

Bhaitech Srl

ITA

Fernandez W.Sebastian

VEN

Bhaitech Srl

9

Prema Power Team

ITA

Armstrong Marcus

NZL

Prema Power Team

11

Bhaitech Srl

ITA

Lorandi Leonardo ®

ITA

Bhaitech Srl

15

Jenzer Motorsport

CHE

Maini Kush

IND

Jenzer Motorsport

16

Jenzer Motorsport

CHE

Van Uitert Job

NLD

Jenzer Motorsport

18

Jenzer Motorsport

CHE

Carrara Giorgio ®

ARG

Jenzer Motorsport

19

Jenzer Motorsport

CHE

Bianchi Giacomo

CHE

Jenzer Motorsport

22

ADM Motorsport

ITA

Estner Andreas

DEU

ADM Motorsport

23

ADM Motorsport

ITA

Bertonelli Diego

ITA

ADM Motorsport

24

Henry Morrogh Racing D.S.

ITA

Dell'Accio Andrea ®

ITA

Henry Morrogh Racing D.S.

26

Grosso Mickael

CHE

Grosso Mickael

CHE

Corbetta Competizioni

27

Jenzer Motorsport

CHE

Malvestiti Federico

ITA

Jenzer Motorsport

42

DR Formula

POR

Petrov Artem

RUS

DR Formula

45

DRZ Benelli ASD

ITA

Rodriguez Ian

GTM

DRZ Benelli ASD

51

DR Formula

POR

Festante Aldo

ITA

DR Formula

55

DR Formula

POR

Branquinho Felipe ®

BRA

DR Formula

64

BWT Mücke Motorsport

DEU

Caldwell Olli

GBR

BWT Mücke Motorsport

74

Prema Power Team

ITA

Fittipaldi Enzo ®

BRA

Prema Power Team

80

Van Amersfoort Racing BV

NLD

Drugovich Roncato Felipe

BRA

Van Amersfoort Racing BV

82

Diegi Motorsport

ITA

Venditti Davide ®

ITA

Diegi Motorsport

87

Cram Motorsport

ITA

Cobellini Christian

ITA

Cram Motorsport

88

Cram Motorsport

ITA

Hoogenboom Leonard

NLD

Cram Motorsport

89

Cram Motorsport

ITA

Beckhauser Tom

CZ

Cram Motorsport

Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth

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* PROVISIONAL ® ROOKIE

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RULES AND PRIZES The main rules, technical and practical aspects not to forget for all the driver and team of the Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth Le regole principali, gli aspetti tecnici e pratici da non dimenticare per tutti i team e i piloti dell’italian F.4 championship powered by Abarth

Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth

RACE FORMAT - FORMAT DI GARA

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The Qualifying Practice will be able to play in one of the following ways: 1) two sessions of max 15 minutes each, interspersed with a maximum of 10 minutes neutralization. 2) Two rounds, separated, max 15 minutes each. At the end of each qualifying practice, the list of the drivers who have made the best times will be issued. The starting grid of the first race (28’ + 1 lap) will be based on the best time reached by each driver upon the first qualifying session. The starting grid of the second third race (28’ + 1 lap) will be based on the best time reached by each driver upon the second qualifying session. The starting grid of the Third Race (28 ‘+ 1 lap) will be based on the second best time reached by each driver in any of the two rounds of qualifying. Races: each event will be composed of three races to be effected according to the program of the event established by the Organiser. The first, the second and the third race will last 28’ minutes + 1 lap.

Prove di qualificazione: si potranno svolgere in uno dei seguenti modi: 1) due turni di max 15 minuti cadauno, intervallati da massimo 10 minuti di neutralizzazione. 2) Due turni, separati, di max 15 minuti cadauno. Al termine di ciascun turno verranno pubblicati i migliori tempi realizzati da ciascun pilota. La griglia di partenza della Prima Gara (28’ + 1 giro) verrà stilata in base al tempo più veloce conseguito da ogni pilota nel primo turno di prove ufficiali. La griglia di partenza della Seconda Gara (28’ + 1 giro) verrà stilata in base al tempo più veloce conseguito da ogni pilota nel secondo turno di prove. La griglia di partenza della Terza Gara (28’ + 1 giro) verrà stilata in base al secondo miglior tempo più veloce conseguito da ogni pilota in uno qualunque dei due turni di prove. Gare: in ogni manifestazione si svolgeranno tre gare che saranno effettuate secondo il programma della Manifestazione redatto dagli Organizzatori. La prima, la seconda e la terza gara avranno la durata di 28’ + 1 giro.

TYRES - PNEUMATICI One Brand PIRELLI must be provided of the following sizes and models: - Slick Tyres: Front: 200/540-13. Rear: 250/575-13 - Wet Tyres: Front: 200/540-13. Posteriori: 250/575-13 The maximum number of slick tyres to be used in free practices for each car at each event is limited to n. 1 (one) new complete set; the use of maximum one set of marked tyres is also permitted, for any race, in the last event in which the car has participated. Slick tyres allotment for each vehicle at Qualifying Sessions and Races is of n. 4 front tyres new; n. 4 rear tyres new. Non-compliance with this provision will be sanctioned by the Race Officials, up to exclusion from the race. Rain tyres allocation for each vehicle at Official Qualifying Sessions and Races is limited to n. 4 front tyres new; n. 4 rear tyres new.

Monofornitura PIRELLI delle seguenti dimensioni e modelli: - Pneumatici slick: Anteriori: 200/540-13. Posteriori: 250/575-13 - Pneumatici wet: Anteriori: 200/540-13. Posteriori: 250/575-13 La dotazione di pneumatici slick per ciascuna vettura a ogni manifestazione relativamente alle Prove Libere sarà limitata a n° 1 (uno) set completo nuovo; è consentito inoltre l’utilizzo di max un treno di pneumatici punzonati, nell’ultima manifestazione, a cui si è partecipato. La dotazione di pneumatici slick per ciascuna vettura a ogni manifestazione, relativamente a Prove Ufficiali di Qualificazione e Gare sarà limitata a n° 4 pneumatici anteriori nuovi; n° 4 pneumatici posteriori nuovi. Il mancato rispetto di questa norma sarà sanzionato dagli Ufficiali di Gara preposti fino all’esclusione dalla gara. La dotazione degli pneumatici rain per ciascuna vettura a ogni manifestazione relativamente a Prove Ufficiali di Qualificazione e Gare sarà limitata a n° 4 pneumatici anteriori nuovi; n° 4 pneumatici posteriori nuovi.


ENGINE - MOTORE

POINT ASSIGNMENT ALL RACES

1ST

2ND

25

18

3RD

15

4TH

5TH

12

10

6TH

08

7TH

06

8TH

04

9TH

02

10TH

01

OVERALL CLASSIFICATION FINAL // CLASSIFICA ASSOLUTA FINALE

SECOND PLACED

THIRD PLACED

ROOKIE

WOMAN

€ 40.000,00

€ 25.000,00

€ 15.000,00

€ 10.000,00

€ 10.000,00

PRIZE AWARDS

WINNER

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Tutte le vetture utilizzeranno obbligatoriamente il motore Abarth 414TF 1400 cc. Fire Turbo fornito dall’ABARTH. Ogni conduttore, per ciascun evento, sarà abbinato ad un solo motore. Tale abbinamento sarà dichiarato per iscritto ai C.T., in occasione delle verifiche ante gara dell’evento in questione. Con tale motore il Conduttore dovrà prendere parte a tutte le prove previste nel corso della Manifestazione (prove libere, prove ufficiali, gare, etc.). Il motore potrà essere sostituito nel corso della manifestazione; tale sostituzione prevederà la sanzione della retrocessione di dieci posizioni sulla griglia di partenza della gara successiva. Tale sanzione non verrà applicata solo se i Commissari avranno riscontrato uno dei due seguenti casi: 1) La sostituzione del motore è dovuta ad incidente causato da un altro conduttore. 2) La sostituzione del motore è dovuta a difetti di fabbricazione riconosciuta da Autotecnica Motori.

All vehicles must compulsorily use engine Abarth 414TF 1400 cc. Fire Turbo supplied by ABARTH. Each conductor, for each event, will be combined with a single motor. This combination will be declared in writing to C.T., on the occasion of antegara event checks in question. With this engine is due to take part in all the tests prescribed in the course of the event (free practice, qualifying, races, etc.). The engine can be replaced during the event; such replacement will include the sanction of relegation ten places on the grid for the next race. That penalty will not be applied only if the Commissioners will have found one of the two following cases: 1) The replacement of the engine is due to an accident caused by another conductor. 2) The replacement of the engine is due to manufacturing defects recognized by automotive engines.

PRIZE AWARDS // MONTEPREMI

€ 100.000,00

THE TOTAL PRIZE AWARDS OF THE ITALIAN F.4 CHAMPIONSHIP POWERED BY ABARTH AMOUNT TO ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND/00 EURO IL MONTEPREMI DELL’ ITALIAN F.4 CHAMPIONSHIP POWERED BY ABARTH SARÀ DI CENTOMILA/00 EURO

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TIMETABLE TIME | ORA

ACTIVITY | ATTIVITÀ

15.00 - 20.00

Paddock Open for teams

12.10 - 16.30

Administrative checks/Scrutineering Verifiche Sportive e Tecniche

13.00 - 17.20

Drivers Briefing

11.30 - 19.40

Free Practice (Group 1, Group 2) Prove Libere

SAT SUN

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FRI

THU

ROUND 3 VALLELUNGA CATEGORY | CATEGORIA

Campionato Italiano Le Bicilindriche; Italian F.4 Championship Powered by Abarth; Seat Leon Cup;

Super Cup; Porsche Carrera Cup Italia; Campionato Italiano Turismo TCS

TV

Track Pista Sala Briefing

Campionato Italiano Le Bicilindriche;

Seat Leon Cup; Super Cup; Porsche Carrera Cup Italia; Campionato Italiano Turismo TCS

Track Pista

12.10 - 12.50 16.10 - 16.50

Free Practice Prove Libere 1 Free Practice Prove Libere 2

10.30 - 11.30

Administrative checks/Scrutineering Verifiche Sportive e Tecniche

Track Pista

11.40

Drivers Briefing

Trofeo Abarth Selenia

Sala Briefing

08.30 - 08.45

Qualifying Prove Ufficiali (1)

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08.55 - 09.10

Qualifying Prove Ufficiali (2)

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09.20 - 12.10

Qualifying Prove Ufficiali (1,2)

Seat Leon Cup; Porsche Carrera Cup Italia; Campionato Italiano Turismo TCS; Super Cup

12.20 - 13.00

Free Practice Prove Libere

Trofeo Abarth Selenia

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Break

13.05 - 13.35 13.55

Race 1 (28’ + 1 lap)

Italian F.4 Championship Powered by Abarth

14.45

Race 1 (48’ + 1 lap)

Seat Leon Cup

15.55

Race 1 (25’)

Super Cup

16.45

Race 1 (13’ + 1 lap)

Campionato Italiano Le Bicilindriche

17.25

Race 1 (28’ + 1 lap)

Porsche Carrera Cup Italia

18.15

Race 1 (38’ + 1 lap)

Campionato Italiano Turismo TCS

19.20 - 19.55

Qualifying Prove Ufficiali

Trofeo Abarth Selenia

9.00

Race 2 (28’ + 1 lap)

Italian F.4 Championship Powered by Abarth

9.50

Race 2 (28’ + 1 lap)

Porsche Carrera Cup Italia

10.45

Race 2 (25’ + 1 lap)

Trofeo Abarth Selenia

11.40

Race 1 (48’ + 1 lap)

Seat Leon Cup

12.50

Race 2 (13’ + 1 lap)

Campionato Italiano Le Bicilindriche

Break

13.20 - 13.50 14.10

Race 2 (38’ + 1 lap)

Campionato Italiano Turismo TCS

15.10

Race 2 (25’)

Super Cup

16.00

Race 3 (28’ + 1 lap)

Italian F.4 Championship Powered by Abarth

17.00

Race 2 (25’ + 1 lap)

Trofeo Abarth Selenia

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