The Official Results from Race 1 – which was characterised by the 2 Safety Car Interventions, finished under a red flag on lap 11. Behind the Argentine Siebert was Mick Schumacher and Job Van Uitert.
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[dropcap]A[/dropcap]fter victory in the final race at Adria, Marcos Siebert for the Jenzer Motorsport team repeated the feat in Race 1 at
Imola. Starting from pole position, he defended all the way from Mick Schumacher (Prema Power Team) who started from grid 4 making a great start to be on the tail of the leader by the end of the first lap.
Third place went to Siebert’s team mate, the Dutchman Job Van Uitert, followed by Jenzer Motorsport driver Diego Ciantini despite him finishing out of the race after contact with Lorenzo Colombo while in fourth place which brought out the red flag and the race classified after 11 laps or prior to the very incident which caused the race end. Colombo (BVM Racing) was followed at the time by Chinese driver Ye Yifei from Kfzteile24 Mucke Motorsport,
Giuliano Raucci (Diegi Motorsport), Diegi Bertonelli (Bhaitech), Kush Maini (BVM Racing) with Simone Cunati (Vincenzo Sospiri Racing) rounding out the top ten.
In the Rookie Trophy, a first victory for Lorenzo Colombo ahead of Kush Maini (BVM Racing) and Simone Cunati.
Fabienne Wohlwend was again the winner of the Women’s Trophy.
The driver who gained the most places from their grid position was Leonard Hogenboom who came from grid 26 to finish 14th, Jaden Conwright came from 23rd to finish 16th, Simone Cunati from 15th to 10th and Artem Petrov finishing 17th from grid 22.
The Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth is back on track at 9:50am for Race 2. The complete results from Race 1 are available on acisportitalia.it/F4.
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