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Mugello - ITA

A race to forget for Swiss Team

Brno trionfale per Zumerle
25/09/2011

Swiss Team left the seventh round of the International Superstars Series at Mugello with a sour taste in its mouth. Neither of the drivers who turn out for the privateer Swiss squad that fields the Maserati Quattroporte Evos, Andrea Bertolini or Alessandro Pier Guidi, made it to the finish.

Bertolini, who was second and bang in the championship race before Mugello, could not even make it onto the starting grid for race two. The first race had already ended prematurely: a clash with another driver saw him pull onto the run-off area a lap from the end. The damage to his car was serious, with the front left suspension, dampener, hydrostatics and splitter all suffering.

 

PIT & PADDOCK

25/09/2011

Statements after race 2
Bertolini: "It is not over. Everything is to play for at Vallelunga"

25/09/2011

Statements after race 1
Pier Guidi: “The crash between Gabellino and Rangoni was a scare”

24/09/2011

Statements after qualifying
Pier Guidi: “Second is good but I could have done better”

RACE 2 RESULTES

25/09/2011

#Drivertime
01Cerqui Alberto27:19.279
02Biagi Thomas+1.329
03Herbert Johnny+6.370
04 Gabellini Stefano+11.019
05Pigoli Massimo+11.302
06Sini Francesco+15.709
07Ferrara Luigi+21.163
08Romagnoli Riccardo+21.342
09Morbidelli Gianni+34.652
10Benedetti Roberto+1:02.607

RACE 1 RESULTS

25/09/2011

#Drivertime
01Cerqui Alberto25:54.920
02Pier Guidi Alessandro+3.754
03Pigoli Massimo+11.344
04Biagi Thomas+1.770
05Herbert Johnny+11.965
06Ferrara Luigi+21.553
07Sini Francesco+24.294
08Romagnoli Riccardo+24.377
09Tedeschi Felice+47.492
10Baccarelli Leonardo+50.702

STARTING GRID

24/09/2011

#Drivertime
01Cerqui Alberto1:54.211
02Pier Guidi Alessandro1:54.523
03Gabellini Stefano1:54.831
04Rangoni Luca1:55.838
05Ferrara Luigi1:55.915
06Morbidelli Gianni1:55.999
07Sini Francesco1:56.255
08Herbert Johnny1:56.348
09Pigoli Massimo1:56.352
10Romagnoli Riccardo1:56.604