Race Interruption prevents Vaclav Safar’s victory (GT2 Motorsport)

At the final of the REMUS Formula Cup, there could have been a big surprise at the Masaryk Racing Days in the first race. The Czech Vaclav Safar (GT2 Motorsport) had dominated the qualifying session at his Formula 3 premiere in Brno with a 1.52.982 min and put the champion Sandro Zeller (Jo Zeller Racing) under pressure. The Swiss beat back in the starting duel and led the field in both, the REMUS Formula Cup and the FIA CEZ. In the run-up to the slower vehicles, Vaclav Safar overtook Zeller. Just at this time a Formula Renault blocked the road. This was the trigger for the red flag and race interruption. Zeller was the winner because of the score of the previous completed lap. Safar finished second in his Formula 3 debut ahead of Philipp Regensperger, who was 1,078 seconds behind the winner. Kurt Böhlen (Franz Wöss Racing) finished fourth, followed by Andrea Cola (Monolite Racing), who kept Marcel Tobler (Jo Zeller Racing) in check.

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Stefan Fuertbauer (AUT) before his premiere in Formula 4

REMUS Formula Cup - Brno racetrack (CEZ)

In the REMUS Formula Cup season finale in Brno, two youngsters will celebrate their debut in the new formula car. 15-year-old Stefan Fuertbauer makes his debut with Franz Woess Racing and will ride in Formula 4 for the first time. Fuertbauer comes from karting and is currently the leader in the Austrian Kart Championship (Division III). The second one is the Czech Vaclav Safar. The 20-year-old has already been driving in Formula 4 and this year he made the transition to Formula Renault, where he was able to win his first race in Most right away. Safar will make his Formula 3 debut with the GT2 Motorsport team with a Dallara 308 Opel Spiess.

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Andrea Cola and Marcel Tobler fight for the vice title

REMUS Formula Cup - Brno racetrack (CEZ)

The REMUS Formula Cup comes to its 7th round in Brno (07.-09.09.2018) where the two finals will take place. After the 6th round at Imola, the league will race alongside the FIA CEZ Formula. “We are really excited about the final weekend in Brno. As of right now we will have a grid of more than 30 cars. Brno is an awesome racetrack, where the REMUS Formel Pokal was already at the start in the last few years’ finals”, says the coordinator Franz Woess. Sandro Zeller (Jo Zeller Racing) has been champion in Formula 3 since Imola, Italy, where he secured the championship prematurely. He lies at 276 points at the top. Behind him there will be a showdown in Brno. Andrea Cola (Monolite Racing) is currently second with 142 points, followed by Marcel Tobler (Jo Zeller Racing) with 137 points. The vice-title in Formula 3 will be therefore decided between this two pilots. Theoretically, also Antonio Pellegrino (Scuderia Antonio) could intervene in this fight since he’s ranked 4th with 114 points. For Kurt Boehlen, on the other hand, it will be difficult to improve sufficiently with his 103 points. The first qualifying will take place on Friday at 3:20 pm. Race 1 will take place on Saturday at 2:00 pm. Finally, on Sunday, after the second qualifying session at 8:30 am, Race 2 will be held at 11:25 am.

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