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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Thomas Amweg about to make a comeback in Formula 3

Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup - Hockenheim

Before the Drexler Formula Cup goes into its summer break, round 6 is on the agenda at Hockenheim. The Grand Prix circuit in Baden was the venue for the last time in 2018 for the Formula cars with Formula 3 and Formula Renault. "The drivers and teams are of course looking forward to Hockenheim, as we have not been guests at Hockenheim for three years. Formula 3 can look back on a great tradition here," says coordinator Franz Wöss. The Porsche Club Days (29-30 July) will provide the stage for the two sprint races in the Drexler Formula Cup. In addition, the fifth Formula 1 track in Europe will be raced this season. In Hockenheim, the cards will definitely be reshuffled. Thomas Amweg, the 2014 champion, is celebrating his comeback. The man from Aargau drives for the Franz Wöss Racing team and last competed in Formula 3 at the Salzburgring in 2020, where he achieved two podium finishes. "The entry came about very spontaneously and I'm looking forward to seeing everyone again," says Thomas Amweg, who incidentally became a father in March this year and is of course enjoying the great time with his family. He is far from rusty on the circuit and won the Historic Jim Clark Revival in April in the Ralt Formula 2. Before the weekend in Hockenheim, Thomas Amweg wants to go through a fitness programme so that he is well prepared to compete for the first time in the Franz Wöss Racing team.

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Paolo Brajnik wins heat battle

Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup-Vallelunga (ITA)

At the 5th round of the Drexler Formula Cup Paolo Brajnik (NV Racing) dominated in both races. The 28 drivers will certainly not forget the heat battle in Vallelunga in a hurry. With very hot summer temperatures of over 45 degrees, the 4.085-kilometre track turned into a real blazing oven on both days. An extreme challenge for the pilots and teams, because shady places became a scarce commodity. In qualifying Paolo Brajinik from the Formula 3 Open category set the bar pretty high with a 1:29.560 min. Bernardo Pellegrini (HT Powerteam) stayed close behind with 0.460 seconds and Sandro Zeller (Jo Zeller Racing) did not need to hide at all with a gap of 0.478 seconds. Even Benjamin Berta (Team Hoffmann Racing) was only slightly behind.

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