Sandro Zeller wins - Strong formula - Debut of Jorden Doliska

Drexler - Automotive Formula Cup - Brno (CZE)

With his fourth double victory in a row, Sandro Zeller (Jo Zeller Racing) has set the course for his successful title defense in Brno. On the 5.403-kilometer Masarykring, the Swiss played out his entire routine and won both sprint races of the Drexler Formula Cup with superiority. First of all, Zeller took pole position on Friday and was able to distance the local hero Vaclav Safar (GT2 Motorsport) by 0.288 seconds. The Czech wanted to create a surprise at the Masaryk Racing Days. Although Safar stayed close to Zeller at the beginning of the 1st race, he could not make a decisive impact over the 13 lap distance. With heavily decreasing tires he had to let Zeller go, who didn't have any trouble to win another race. Behind Safar Thomas Aregger (Franz Wöss Racing) was third ahead of Urs Rüttimann (Jo Zeller Racing).

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Pure excitement at the Masaryk Racing Days

Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup - Automotodrom Brno (CZE)

Just one week after Imola, the Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup is coming to Brno for its fourth round (September 04-06). Brno heralds the final autumn. In October, the guest appearance at the Hungaroring will follow, after which the final race will take place in Monza. The Masaryk Racing Days in Brno have established themselves in the Drexler Formula Cup calendar for years. For the first time this year the formula racing series will cooperate with the FIA Zone Championship. The racing program in Brno is top-class. The focus is on the BOSS GP with Formula 1 and GP2 racing cars. In addition, the TCR Eastern Europe, the Swift Cup Europe and the GT series with the P9 Challenge and the SCC are expected to cause a sensation. "We expect exciting confrontations in Brno. The championship is entering its hot phase. Preliminary decisions in the individual formula classes are to be expected," says coordinator Franz Wöss. A total of 19 decisions are pending on the 5.403 kilometer long circuit.

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Sandro Zeller defends the lead in the table

Drexler - Automotive Formula Cup - Imola (ITA)

After the summer break, the third round of the Drexler Formula Cup in this year's calendar took place in Imola. As in Mugello, the TOP JET F2000 Italian Trophy was a guest appearance and the duel between the Swiss Formula 3 drivers and the Italian competition was given a new edition. Bernardo Pellegrini (HT Powertrain) took pole position with a time of 1:40.730 minutes on the 4.933 km long Formula 1 circuit ahead of Sandro Zeller (Jo Zeller Racing). Zeller got the better start on Saturday afternoon and led the field for laps before he made a mistake and slipped into the gravel. Pellegrini took advantage of this and passed.

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The hunt for Sandro Zeller (Jo Zeller Racing) goes into the next round

Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup - Imola (ITA)

After the end of the summer break, the Drexler Formula Cup comes to its third round in Imola (August 28-30). Imola heralds the second English week. Only one week after the guest appearance in the Autodromo "Enzo e Dino Ferrari" the Drexler Formula Cup comes to Brno. At the ACI Racing Weekend, the Drexler Formula Cup will once again compete with the Italian TOPJET F.2000 Italy Trophy. For the Italian circuit series, the weekend in Imola counts as one of the season highlights in the Corona year. The interest of the teams is just as great as in Mugello in mid-July. "Once again we have a very large field of participants together and expect 38 cars", says coordinator Franz Wöss. The racing program is peppered with top-class Italian circuit series. With the Italian F4 Championship, the Porsche Carrera Cup Italia, the Mini Challenge, the C.I.Gran Turismo Endurance and the TCR Italy Touring Car Championship, the organizer has a great program to offer. A total of 13 decisions are up for grabs on the 4.933-kilometer circuit, which will host Formula 1 at the end of October 2020 after 14 years of abstinence. Among the drivers in the Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup, Imola is considered one of the fastest race tracks on this year's calendar.

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