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Marcos Siebert is still leading the championship after the Mugello weekend. Simone Cunati is in first place in the Rookie
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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Trophy and Jenzer Motorsport is the top team

After the completion of four rounds (out of seven), there are still many candidates for the final victory in all three rankings. Fabienne Wohlwend is dominating the Woman Trophy


 At last, after the first three weekends of Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth were conditioned - more or less heavily - by rain, at Mugello the qualifiers and the three races were held in stable weather conditions. The general and team rankings did not see any changes in the first position, while in the Rookie Trophy Simone Cunati (Vincenzo Sospiri Racing) overtook Kush Maini of BVM Racing.  

Marcos Siebert of Jenzer Motorsport is therefore in first place with 165 points. For him the Mugello weekend only straightened out in Race 3, which he won, but his advantage over second-placed Mick Schumacher of Prema Power Team (126 points) was reduced to just one point compared to the eve of the weekend in Tuscany, because Schumacher only managed to score points in Race 1, finishing second. In third place, level on points with Schumacher, but one victory down in the race, is Raul Guzman of DR Formula, before the Venezuelan Mauricio Baiz of Kfzteile24 Mücke Motorsport (85: zero points for him at Mugello), Dutchman Job Van Uitert of Jenzer Motorsport (84.5), Brazilian Joao Vieira of Antonelli Motorsport (68), another Brazilian Giuliano Raucci of Diegi Motorsport (64) and the Chinese Ye Yifei of Kfzteile24 Mücke Motorsport (63). Completing the top ten are American Juan Manuel Correa of ​​Prema Powerteam (60.5, first in Race 1 at Mugello) and his team mate, the Estonian Juri Vips with 60 points.
Note that the top ten riders in the overall rankings of the Italian Championship F.4 are of nine different nationalities.










After Indian Kush Maini of BVM Racing overtook Simone Cunati in first place in the Rookie Trophy at Imola, at Mugello it was the Italian who got back into first position: 147.5 points for him, against 131.5 for Maini. Juri Vips (128 points, twice first among the Rookies at Mugello) is third, followed by Lorenzo Colombo (BVM Racing) and Juan Correa. 
 
Fabienne Wohlwend - Aragon Racing – is clearly in first place in the Woman Trophy.
Finally, Jenzer Motorsport was confirmed as the top team with 258 points. Second is Prema Powerteam with 238.5, ahead of Kfzteile24 Mücke Motorsport, with 178. They are followed by DR Formula with 125, Antonelli Motorsport with 86, RB Racing, Vincenzo Sospiri Racing, Motorsport Diegi, Bhaitech and BVM Racing.

The complete results are available at acisportitalia.it/F4

 
The next event is scheduled for 11 September at the Vallelunga racetrack for the fifth round of the season. 
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