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At Mugello the battled 2018 Italian F4 Championship will be decided



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The Italian F4 Championship Powered by Abarth 2018 sees as potential winners the first three drivers of the classification

23/10/2018 The great balance in performance of the Italian F4 Championship Powered by Abarth 2018 is evident as before the 7th and last appointment of the 2018 Season 3 drivers are still potential winners of the title.
Leader of the championship, Italian Leonardo Lorandi (Bhai Tech Racing) is in fact with 266 points, followed by Brazilian Enzo Fittipaldi (Prema Theodore Racing) with 257 and his teammate, the British Olli Caldwell, with 228 points. With up to 75 points still available at Mugello weekend, it is evident that all three drivers are able to win the final title.

Not only, it is also important to remember that final points will be given by best 16 results out of maximum 21 of the Season.

Following in the standings is the Ukrainian Petr Ptacek (Bhai Tech Racing), with 162 points, so evidently out of the battle for the 2018 title, but still able mathematically to win third place, taking it from Caldwell. Ptacek, who this year has battled with the best drivers of the championship, who had indeed more experience, has anyway already won the Rookie Trophy thanks to his 350 points, in front of Brazilian Gianluca Petecof (Prema Theodore Racing), second with 268 points.

With still 75 points to be conquered at Mugello, third position of the Rookie trophy is still reachable by the followers, such as Italian Umberto Laganella (Cram Motorsport), with 168 points, German Niklas Krutten (BWT Muecke Motorsport) with 166 points, Russian Ilya Morozov (Cram Motorsport) with 132 points, Italians Marzio Moretti (BVM Racing) with 119 and Edoardo Morricone (DR Formula) with 100, driver from Venezuela Alessandro Famularo (Bhai Tech Racing) with 93 who, at least on a mathematical point, could still reach the 168 points held by Laganella. In case of ex aequo best standings in the singles races will be considered.