International GT Open – Three Ferraris challenge the “Temple of Speed” in Monza
Three Ferraris will be on track over the weekend at the Monza circuit for the fourth round of the International GT Open. After the excellent performances at Spielberg, a fortnight ago, the two 488 GT3 Evo 2020s lined up by AF Corse – APM Monaco aim to be protagonists also in the “Temple of Speed”, to which is added an additional Cavallino car from the Roman RS team Racing.
Pro . After the two podiums won in the round in Austria, Louis Prette-Vincent Abril (AF Corse-APM Monaco) is looking for the third success of the season, with the aim of undermining Ramos-Chaves’ first position in the general standings just 7 points away.
Pro-Am . Two Ferraris at the start in the Pro-Am class, where the second car of the AF Corse-APM Monaco team is joined by the RS Racing driven by Daniele Di Amato and Alessandro Vezzoni for a one-off at the Monza event. The two Italian drivers are returning from an extraordinary class victory in the Italian GT Endurance Championship in Vallelunga, where they managed to precede on the podium, at the end of a really convincing test, two other Prancing Horse cars.
The excellent weekend in Spielberg, crowned with a second place in the class in Race 2, certifies a constant growth in performance and feeling with the car for the second couple of the AF Corse-APM Monaco team, composed of Angelo Negro and Stéphane Ortelli.
Program. The Monza event will open on Friday with two free practice sessions, while on Saturday 26 September the first qualifying sessions of 30 minutes at 10.45 and Race 1, 70 minutes, at 15.30 are scheduled. Sunday 27 September the second timed trials will start at 10.05 with the green flag of Race 2 at 15.05.