Gabriel Bortoleto scored pole position for race two at Mugello. The R-ace GP‘s driver set the fastest time of 1m42.874s in the Group B session, that allowed him to start for the second time this year ahead of everyone. The Brazilian was just 0.115s ahead of ART Grand Prix’s Gabriele Minì, who is seeking redemption after yesterday’s retreat that occurred due to contact with Bortoleto.
Van Amersfoort Racing’s Joshua Dufek topped the Group A, securing the first row for this afternoon’s race two in 1m42.895s. The Swiss, who is seeking the top spot among rookies, was 0.063s faster than Dino Beganovic (Prema Racing), who was crowned champion just yesterday at the end of the first Tuscan race.
Hadrien David (R-ace GP) will start from the third row alongside Owen Tangavelou (RPM). Leonardo Fornaroli (Trident Motorsport) will share the fourth row of the grid with Kas Haverkort (Van Amersfoort Racing).
Spain’s Lorenzo Fluxa (R-ace GP) struggled for the top of the time standings at the beginning of his session and will start in ninth position next to Dilano Van’t Hoff (MP Motorsport).
The last race of the season is due to commence at 14.45pm (30’+ 1lap), with live streaming on official YouTube and Facebook of the series (links at formularegionaleubyalpine.com).