The final round of the Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth will decide the 2016 champion. The Teams and Rookie Titles will also be decided.
Rome 27/10/2016 – Here we are. On Sunday we will know the name of the Champion of the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth: it will either be the Argentine Marcos Siebert (205 points), the German Mick Schumacher (180) or the Mexican Raul Guzman (169) who are in this order in the championship. The winner will be decided after the three races to be held on Sunday at the legendary circuit that is Monza. The teams of Siebert and Schumacher – respectively Jenzer Motorsport (359 points) and Prema Power Team (375.5) are both in contention for the teams championship.
• Also the Rookie Trophy is wide open and will be decided this weekend, with an even larger number of drivers in contention for this title, with 4 drivers mathematically in contention: the Estonian Juri Vips, the Italian Simone Cunati, the American Juan Correa and the other Italian driver Lorenzo Colombo. • It is important to note: the driver’s 16 best results from the season will be used to decide the both the outright and Rookie titles. • Each race over the weekend at Monza will be valid for championship points; including the Outright title, the Rookie Title, the Women’s Trophy (which has already been won by Fabienne Wohlwend) and the Teams Trophy. The complete classification for the championship can be found on the official website acisportitalia.it/F4/classifica/2016 All information relating to the weekend at Monza and the races held up until this point can be found on the following address: https://issuu.com/wskpromotion/docs/f4_moza_issue/1 • Races 1 and 2 will be held over a duration of 28 minutes + 1 lap; whilst Race 3 will be held over 18 minutes + 1 lap. • The programme for the weekend starts with the collective tests on Friday the 28th, from 9:00 until 13:00. Saturday the 29th from 9:00 to 9:40 and from 12:00 to 12:40 are the scheduled practice sessions. The grid for races 1 and 2 will be decided by the qualifying sessions (15 minutes each): starting at 15:30 for the first session and 15:55 for the second. Sunday the 30th sees the three races at 8:50, 12:30 and 16:30. • The races will be broadcast live on Sportitalia (digital Channel 60 and 225 on Sky) nationally. MotorsTV will broadcast to over 40 countries around the world with a 24 minute programme, to be broadcast the week following which will include all the action from the weekend. All information is available on the MotorsTV website.
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