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Dream finale in Tuscany

Drexler - Automotive Formula Cup - Mugello (ITA)

With the final weekend at the Autodromo Del Mugello (14.-16.10.22) the Drexler Formula Cup turns into the home stretch this year. Just over a month after the races at the Masarykring in Brno, the 8th round at the 5.245-kilometer circuit north of Florence is on the schedule. At the Mugello Racing Weekend, the Drexler Formula Cup will once again cooperate with the Italian TOPJET F.2000 Trophy. For the finale, the interest of the teams is once again very high. "We have 36 formula racing cars at the start in Mugello. Formula 3 naturally makes up the lion's share of the field with 28 race cars. From today's point of view, there will be a worthy finale, although the champions have already been decided since the 7th round in the Czech Republic," says coordinator Franz Wöss.

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Sandro Zeller wins seventh title

Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup - Brno (CZE)

In two exciting races during the Masaryk Racing Days in Brno, the title decisions were made in the Drexler Formula Cup. In Formula 3, Sandro Zeller (Jo Zeller Racing) successfully defended his title. Benjamin Berta (Team Hoffmann Racing) also won the Formula 3 Open title. Both drivers fought it out between themselves for the day's overall victory. Sandro Zeller had taken pole position in qualifying for the first race on Saturday. After the start, Zeller took the lead ahead of Benjamin Berta, who was pressed by Vladimir Netusil (Effective Racing). Netusil, however, overdid it with his pace. While Sandro Zeller was able to pull away, Netusil slid into the gravel and dropped back to ninth place. Zeller won with a lead of 23.982 seconds ahead of Berta and Nicolas Szabo (Gender Racing Team). Netusil had started a catch-up in the second half of the race and caught David Richert (Franz Wöss Racing) with fourth position.

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Preliminary decision at the Masaryk Racing Days

Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup - Automotodrom Brno (CZE)

After the summer break, the Drexler Formula Cup comes to Brno for its seventh round (September 09-11). The traditional circuit in the Czech Republic thus heralds the final autumn. The Masaryk Racing Days at the Motorcycle Grand Prix circuit have been an integral part of the Drexler Formula Cup calendar for years. Both sprint races are held together with the FIA Zone Championship, which holds its final in Brno. The race program is top-class. The focus is on the BOSS GP with Formula 1 and GP2 cars. In addition, the Clio Cup and the GT series with the P9 Challenge and the SCC are likely to cause a stir. "We expect exciting clashes. In terms of the championship, the first decisions can be made with us this weekend. However, this presupposes that the favorites can successfully assert themselves," says coordinator Franz Wöss.

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Zeller and Berta in winning mood

Drexler Formula Cup - Hockenheim

After three years of abstinence, the Drexler Formula Cup presented itself with a great field at its 6th race weekend in Hockenheim. The two race days in Baden began on Friday with a sad situation for motorsport. During the free practice in the afternoon, a driver in a sports car went through the run-off zone in the hairpin due to health problems and had a fatal accident. As a result, all activities were terminated with an immediate stop. Thus, in the Drexler Formula Cup, the times of the free practice sessions were used for the starting grid, as qualifying was not run. For Thomas Amweg (Franz Wöss Racing) the race weekend was over on Friday due to a defect in the oil pump on the Dallara Mercedes. Very sad for the Aargauer, who had looked forward so much to the races in Hockenheim in Formula 3.

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