Malta Formula Racing set for Italian F4
The Italian F4 Championship is all set for an outstanding debut at the Adria International Raceway this weekend, as the northern Italian venue is about to host round first out of seven for the Aci-Csai-organized championship.
The grid of the new Abarth-powered series will be featuring by 25 cars, with young and talented drivers joining the field, and a total of nine teams. Among them Malta Formula Racing is set for its debut. The Danilo Rossi’s squad will line up two cars for Keith Camilleri and Dante Zackary under the technical direction of Roberto Venieri (former BVM-Target).
21-year-old from Malta Keith Camilleri has already gained some experience in the hillclimbs. Both Camilleri and American Zackary will make their debut in a single seater car, after they showed well in the official collective tests a few weeks ago.
The President of the Malta Motorsport Federation, Antonio Cini, will attend the Adria event scheduled for Saturday and Sunday. Free Practices will see the light on Saturday at 9am, while the two qualifying sessions will start at 4pm to establish the grid of Race 1 and Race 3 respectively.
The first race (28 minutes + 1 lap) will start on Sunday morning at 9. Race 2 (18 minutes + 1 lap) is scheduled for 12.45 with the reversed grid, while Race 3 (28 minutes + 1 lap) will take place at 5pm. All the races will be broadcasted live in Italy by Rai Sport 2 and in web streaming at the www.acisportitalia.it website.