Leonardo Lorandi won the Rookie Trophy, with Enzo Fittipaldi second and Mariano Lavigna third. Sophia Florsch took out the Women’s Trophy Misano (Rimini) 2/4/2017 – Under cloudy skies and with the temperature hovering around 16 degrees, it was again Sebastian Fernandez and his Bhaitech team who led the way to lead the race ahead of all others. As in Race 1 yesterday, the Venezuelan did not surrender his lead at any stage after getting away well from pole position. This time however, his team mate Lorenzo Colombo, shadowed him closely for the entire race and at the chequered flag he was just 8 tenths of a second behind. Not only this, but the Italian also took the race’s fastest lap albeit just 7 thousandths of a second faster than Fernandez. On the third step of the podium was the New Zealand driver Marcus Armstrong (Prema Power Team).
- Fourth place for Armstrong’s team mate, the Estonian Juri Vips, who in the final laps looked as though he would make an attack for third place, but was just unable to do so. Further back was the race for fifth place, with (in order) the Canadian Kami M.Laliberte (Van Amersfort Racing), the Brazilian Felipe Drugovich (Van Amersfort Racing), the Dutch driver Van Uitert (Jenzer Motorsport), Leonardo Lorandi (the first Rookie Driver for team Bhaitech), the Brazilian Enzo Fittipaldi (Prema Power Team), the German Lirim Zendeli (BWT Mucke Motorsport) in tenth position.
- In the Rookie Trophy, Leonardo Lorandi still took the win despite being penalised 5 seconds (having been adjudged to have cut the outside line of the circuit). Second was Enzo Fittipaldi and third Mariano Lavigna (Cram Motorsport).
- Sophia Flörsch (BWT Mücke Motorsport) was again the first Lady driver home, courtesy of her 19th place overall.
- Today at 17:10 Race 3 will get underway over a duration of 28 minutes + 1 lap, which you can follow Live on Sportitalia (Channel 60 or Sky 225) and also streamed Live on www.f4championship.com, and also through the official app of WSK Promotion.
All races count towards the outright Driver’s Championship, the Rookie Trophy, the Woman’s Trophy and the team’s title.