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Marcos Siebert leads the pointscore in Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth. Juri Vips jumps to the lead of the Rookie Trophy and Prema Power Team leads the Teams Championship
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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

The fifth of the seven rounds has altered the championship pointscore, making the outcome even more unpredictable. Fabienne

Wohlwend continues to lead the Women’s Trophy 


The Argentine Marcos Siebert of the Jenzer Motorsport team saw his lead in the championship diminish over second place – from 39 down to 10 points – but at the end of the weekend he has not lost the series lead. The lead of the Rookie Trophy did however change, the Estonian Juri Vips (Prema Power Team) overtaking the Italian Simone Cunati (Vincenzo Sospiri Racing). Prema Power Team takes commanding control of the Team’s Trophy.



  • With 25 points scored in the three races at Vallelunga, Marcos Siebert is now on 190 points, followed by the German Mick Schumacher (Prema Power Team). Third, on 159 points, is the Mexican Raul Guzman (DR Formula), the winner of Race 1 at Vallelunga, followed by Juri Vips (93), the American Juan Correa (87.5), the Brazilian Giuliano Raucci (86, Diegi Motorsport, the Venezuelan Mauricio Baiz (85, Kfzteile24 Mücke Motorsport), the Dutchman Job Van Uitert (84.5), Brazilian Joao Vieira (69, Antonelli Motorsport; Italian Diego Bertonelli of Bhaitech, rounds out the top ten on 65 points.


  • In order to be assigned this title, the Final classification, for this title, is obtained by summing up the scores on the 16 (sixteen) best results obtained during the races held. For this reason, is really too early to say who will be the champion.


  • The first 10 drivers, from 9 different countries, a testament to the international nature of the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth.


  • In the race for the Rookie Trophy, behind the new leader Juri Vips (182 points), is Simone Cunati (162.5 points), Juan Correa (161.5 points), the Indian Kush Maini (158.5, BVM Racing) and his team mate, the Italian Lorenzo Colombo on 138.5 points.


  • As anticipated, Prema Power Team overtook Jenzer Motorsport and is now in control of the Team’s Championship: they lead on 338.5 points to 284 points. Third on 182 points is Kfzteile24 Mücke Motorsport, followed by DR Formula on 158, RB Racing on 89.5, Diegi Motorsport on 88, Antonelli Motorsport on 87, Bhaitech on 86, Vincenzo Sospiri Racing on 77 and BVM Racing on 63.5.


  • The complete results are available on acisportitalia.it/F4


  • The next round is from the 23rd to 25th of September at the Autodrome of Imola, the sixth and penultimate round of the season.




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