Two days in Adria Raceway for F.4 teams

20 drivers tested their cars: among them the French Dorian Boccolacci and Brandon Maisano. Leonardo Pulcini the fastest.

New drivers reached the Adria International Raceway to take part in the second day of pre-season tests of the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth. Eventually, during the two testing days, there were 20 drivers on the Italian track to test the brand-new Tatuus T014 single seaters. Also the number of teams has increased: there are 10 teams now that are going to enter the Championship, which is about to start right from Adria, with the season opener scheduled on next 8th June. The Championship is growing fast, and Tatuus worked hard to assemble the 16 cars on time for the pre-season tests of Adria. "I do have to pay my compliments to to Gianfranco De Bellis” – pointed out the promoter Luca De Donno, addressing the owner of Tatuus – "They prepared the cars and all the necessary equipment in only four months. Despite being under pressure of time, we are right on schedule."

The French Dorian Boccolacci arrived at the box of the Adria by Cram team on the second day of testing. This year, he is taking part in the French championship where he won the race of Pau last weekend. Boccolacci drove one of the cars of the Adria by Cram team: he was immediately among the top drivers thanks to the fourth time he set at the end of the day. He proved how high is the level of the drivers participating in the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth. Also Brandon Maisano was at the facility of Adria. The French drove, during the second part of Saturday's tests, on a Prema Powerteam car.

The paddock of the Formula 4 is already very competitive: this is one of the key characteristics in these training Formulas. Yesterday, on the second day of testing, the fastest driver was the Italian from Rome Leonardo Pulcini (Euronova Racing); he stopped the clock at 1'15”438 responding to the best time of the previous day (1'15”525) set by the Russian Robert Shwartzman (Adria by Cram). Also Shwartzman achieved a better performance and set the second fastest time with 1'15”493. Third time for the Italian from Varese Matteo Cairoli (Antonelli Motorsport), who drove in 1'15”580, ahead of Dorian Boccolacci (Adria by Cram), who stopped the clock at 1'15”679.