Penultimate seasonal round at Mugello Circuit

Bearman tries his final winning strike. Fornaroli and Tramnitz chase the Englishman while among the rookies the race is still open with Patrese leading.

Final rush for the F.4 Championship powered by Abarth Certified by FIA which gets into the thing of light with the penultimate seasonal appointment on the track of Mugello. 30 single-seaters on track and a man to defeat: Oliver Bearman. The English driving for Van Amersfoort Racing has 78 points over Tim Tramnitz (US Racing) who has shown to be a hard opponent for the English also in the last round at the Red Bull Ring. Leonardo Fornaroli, despite having scored just one victory, has shown a great consistency placing himself in the top ten in all races, except for race 1 in Imola. The Iron Lynx’s driver from Piacenza has 157 points and he is chased by Sebastian Montoya (Prema Powerteam) who is still looking for his first seasonal victory and Kirill Smal (Prema Powerteam) who was back on the podium in Austria after a bad weekend in Imola. These are the five drivers chasing for the Italian title. 

Out of the battle for the victory, but always more and more protagonists in the series Joshua Dufek (Van Amersfoort Racing), Joshua Durksen (Mueke Motorsport) and Nikita Bedrin (Van Amersfoort Racing). The Russian Bedrin is the best rookie in the overall standings, having scored one victory and two podiums. But Van Amersfoort’s driver, occupies the third position in the rookie standings behind Lorenzo Patrese (AKM Motorsport) and Conrad Laursen (Prema Powerteam) with the Italian who will try to keep the leadership in Mugello, chased not only by the Russian driving for Van Amersfoort and the Danish driving from Prema, but also by Leonardo Bizzotto (BVM Racing), Maya Weug (Iron Lynx) and Francesco Braschi (Jenzer Motorsport) in a standings which sees narrow advantages. 59 the points between the leader, Patrese, and Braschi, sixth and 150 the points to assign in the last two seasonal rounds. A battle which will finish only under the last seasonal chequered flag. 

Mugello will be fundamental for chasing titles with the F.4 single-seaters which will be on track Friday 8 October for the at 9.00 am and at 12.45 pm for free practice and at 5.00pm for qualifying. Saturday only one race scheduled at 1.55 pm, while On Sunday at 9.40 am and 3.40 pm the two races that will close the penultimate round of the season.