In the Rookie Trophy Lorandi takes the victory, followed by Fittipaldi and Carrara
When Race 3 of the Italian F4 Championship got underway - earlier than expected 16:15 instead of 17:00 due to uncertain weather conditions - the sky was cloudy but there was no rain falling for the previous 90 minutes. The track is therefore almost completely dry, which is why the drivers lined up with slick tyres. For safety reasons, however, the race began behind the Safety Car and the race time was reduced from 28’ + 1 lap to 21' + 1 lap. Once underway, it is again the Dutchman Job Van Uitert (Jenzer Motorsport), who already won Race 2, who took the lead immediately and then went on to take the checkered flag unchallenged. Behind him, however, the battle is intense and the main protagonist is the Estonian Juri Vips (Prema Power Team), who at the first braking point goes from 6th to 4th and, at the end of the second lap, is already up to third. On the sixth lap, Vips tried to overtake the Indian Kush Maini (Jenzer Motorsport), who goes headlong and also forces his rival to widen in the sandtrap. The two finish in sixth (Vips) and ninth (Maini) positions respectively.
- The Italian Leonardo Lorandi (Bhaitech) and New Zealander Marcus Armstrong (Prema Power Team), second and third respectively, take advantage of this situation. In fourth place is Venezuelan Fernandez, a great result for him considering that he started ninth on the grid. Fifth position for the German Lirim Zendeli (BWT Muecke Motorsport), ahead of Vips, Brazilian Enzo Fittipaldi (Prema Power Team), Italian Federico Malvestiti (DR Formula), Maini and Italian Lorenzo Colombo (Bhaitech).
- In the Rookie Trophy, a third win in this weekend for Lorandi, followed by Fittipaldi and the Argentine Giorgio Carrara (Jenzer Motorsport).
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