On the podium was Job Van Uitert and Leonardo Lorandi, who was also first in the Rookie Trophy, followed by Enzo Fittipaldi and Giorgio Carrara
Under clear skies and in cool conditions – barely above 10°C – for Race 2 of the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth at Mugello. At the start the New Zealander Marcus Armstrong (Prema Power Team) got away into the lead without hesitating. Behind him the Dutch driver Job Van Uitert (Jenzer Motorsport) who held second place right to the end, meanwhile the contenders for the title, the Italian Lorenzo Colombo (Bhaitech), in the fight for the first corner finds himself forced out which introduces the Safety Car to control the race. As the Safety Car came in and the race resumed, Armstrong immediately builds up a race pace that no one else can match: the following drivers appeared to have trouble maintaining tyre temperature and consequently many brake lock-ups occur. In any case Lorandi tries to attack Van Uitert during the first half of the race until he has to contend with the arrival of the Indian driver Kush Maini (Jenzer Motorsport), who in the final two laps was immediately behind. The Italian ultimately maintained the position followed to the line by Maini and then the Guatemalan Ian Rodriguez (DRZ Benelli).
- Sixth for the German Lirim Zendeli (BWT Muecke Motorsport), ahead of the Swiss driver Gregoire Saucy (Jenzer Motorsport), who on the 14th lap makes slight contact with the Venezuelan Sebastian Fernandez (Bhaitech), causing damage to his right rear tyre. For Fernandez retirement is inevitable. Eighth is the Brasilian Felipe Branquinho (DR Formula), ahead of the Prema Power Team duo, the Austrian Lukas Dunner (making his debut in the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth) and the Brasilian Enzo Fittipaldi
- Lorandi wins, as he did yesterday, the Rookie Trophy, ahead of Fittipaldi and the Argentine Giorgio Carrara (Jenzer Motorsport)
- This afternoon at 15:55 Race 3 will get underway.
- It is worth noting that points will be awarded for the Driver’s Championship, Rookie Trophy (for Series Debutants), the Women’s Trophy and the Team’s Championship.
- The Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth races with Pirelli tyres and uses Magigas fuel.
- Also this afternoon, it will be possible to watch Race 3 on Sportitalia (Channel 60 and Sky Channel 225), after 5 PM and streamed directly on www.f4championship.com, and also on the official app of WSK Promotion