Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth is getting ready for round two from 27 to 29 June in Imola

Great interest from international press to the new series led by Andrea Russo in Italian F.4 Championship and by Brandon Maisano as regarding the Italian F.4 Trophy. The quest for glory starts with qualifying that will award the F.4 Pole Position Prize by WSK Promotion.

An appealing Formula. - The debut at the Adria International Raceway worked well. This has been confirmed by international press that had positive words for the debut of the Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth two weeks ago in Adria. The introduction of the new championship had been followed closely by sportive press, since the news on the official launch. Gazzetta dello Sport and Autosprint in Italy, the British Autosport, the Swiss Automobile Revue and the French Auto Hebdo, all newspapers and magazines displayed great curiosity on the new single-seater. All Motorsport's world, with news available through Internet, showed great interest to the birth of Formula 4, and the series did not disappoint in the first round of Adria.

International attraction. - Such a wide interest is also witnessed by looking at the entry list of the Italian F.4, a championship that had 22 drives on track while some more are awaited for the next races. The paddock features 11 different countries representing 4 continents. These figures will be getting bigger though starting from Imola, that is the forthcoming round scheduled for the weekend from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 June, event announced by Gazzetta dello Sport in the motorsports pages published last 19 June.
Inside the news. - The weekly magazine Autosprint came out this week with a 4 page article to analyze the figures of the success of the Italian Formula 4. Teams and drivers -- not only the front runners -- have been widely introduced to the readers: behind the provisional leaders -- i.e. the Italian Andrea Russo (Diegi Motorsport) in the Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth and the French Brandon Maisano (Prema Power team) in the Italian F.4 Trophy -- all the protagonists of the Championship are ready to come to the fore and have been introduced by text and pictures in the wide photo section of the article. Autosprint's care is a further confirmation of how much the await is mounting ahead of the coming rounds that already announce to be quite exciting.
F.4 Pole Position Prize by WSK Promotion - The first objective of all the drivers heading to Imola is to be fast in Saturday morning's qualifying. The value of qualifying performance has also been further highlighted by the promoter WSK that devised the F.4 Pole Position Prize by WSK Promotion, an award that replicates a F.1 steering wheel to be given to the quickest driver in each qualifying session. Two weeks ago, in Adria, the Canadian Lance Stroll's (Prema Power Team) show case got the two trophies awarded in the hospitality of WSK.

Live TV coverage not to be missed on Rai Sport 2. - The next appointment on TV with Formula 4 is also to be written down in the agenda: Rai Sport 2 will broadcast the sixth Aci Racing Weekend and the 'Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth, promoted by WSK Promotion, from the circuit Enzo e Dino Ferrari of Imola. The first live coverage is scheduled for Saturday 28 from 16.10hrs (local time) for Race-1. Race-2 will follow on Sunday at 9.50hrs and Race-3 at 16.50hrs. All races will also be shown deferred on Dinamica Channel. Fans wishing to watch the races directly on the side of track will enjoy free admission tickets.