Top-class schedule for this season

Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup

The Drexler Formula Cup has established itself as one of the most attractive formula racing series in Europe. This is also proven by the now fixed schedule for this year's season. The series will stop at seven race tracks where Formula 1 is at home. "We have once again succeeded in offering a really demanding schedule at seven European race tracks. The fact that Spa, Red Bull Ring, Imola, Mugello, Hungaroring and Hockenheim are among the most renowned race tracks in Europe makes us a little proud. It has always been the wish of participants in formula racing series to be able to race where the top class sets up its tents," says Franz Wöss. The Drexler Formula Cup coordinator has been able to count on the partnership with the Zinox F2000 Trophy in Italy for the season planning. The formula series in Italy will run under a new name in 2023 and will continue its cooperation with the Drexler Formula Cup.

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TopJet becomes Zinox Laser

Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup

The Italian F2000 Trophy has a new title partner. For many years racing Formula 3 under the name TopJet F2000 Trohpy, a partnership agreement has now been signed with the company Zinox Laser. For series manager Piero Longhi, this is another milestone in developing Formula racing in Italy and giving Formula 3, as well as Formula Renault, an attractive stage. Drexler Formula Cup will continue to work with Piero Longhi. "Nothing stands in the way of our partnership with the Zinox Laser F2000 Trophy. We are looking forward to the joint races in Italy, which will also be televised in 2023," says coordinator Franz Wöss. Zinox Laser has been active in the thin sheet industry for 15 years. It has made a name for itself manufacturing stainless steel components for Italian and foreign groups.

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Worthy contribution in the yearbook RENNSPORT SCHWEIZ

Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup

For reasons of the Corona pandemic, it had become somewhat quiet around the reference book in Swiss motor sport. Now the first RENNSPORT SCHWEIZ yearbook in three years is back with a new edition. In more than 30 chapters and richly illustrated, the achievements of the best Swiss motorsport athletes are highlighted. The Swiss drivers in the Drexler Formula Cup are also in the thick of things. Led by seven-time champion Sandro Zeller, the strong Formula 3 scene is put under the microscope. Motorsport expert Peter Wyss has succeeded in vividly summarizing the last few years. The book is a must-read for every motorsport fan and has extensive coverage of topics from the world of motorsport, from Formula 1 to DTM and the GT champions, as well as many articles from karting and motorcycling. The publisher is Aktiv-Verlag in Switzerland. 

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