2000 Italian Formula 3000 season
|2000 Italian Formula 3000 season|
The 2000 Italian Formula 3000 season was contested over 8 rounds. 13 different teams, 40 different drivers competed. In this one-make formula all teams had to utilize Lola T96/50 chassis with Zytek engines.
|Race No||Track||Country||Date||Laps||Distance||Time||Speed||Winner||Pole Position||Fastest Lap|
|1||Vallelunga||Italy||2 April 2000||32||3.228=103.296 km||0'38:37.486||160.462 km/h||Gabriele Lancieri||Andrej Pavicevic||Gabriele Lancieri|
|2||Mugello||Italy||16 April 2000||20||5.245=104.9 km||0'38:34.389||163.170 km/h||Ricardo Sperafico||Ricardo Sperafico||Ricardo Sperafico|
|3||Imola||Italy||14 May 2000||21||4.933=103.593 km||0'35:43.155||174.012 km/h||Warren Hughes||Warren Hughes||Warren Hughes|
|4||Monza||Italy||25 June 2000||18||5.793=104.274 km||0'30:12.705||207.086 km/h||Warren Hughes||Rodrigo Sperafico||Warren Hughes|
|5||Vallelunga||Italy||23 July 2000||32||3.228=103.296 km||0'35:19.101||175.483 km/h||Ricardo Sperafico||Ricardo Sperafico||Thomas Biagi|
|6||Donington Park||United Kingdom||6 August 2000||?||? km||0'37:16.669||? km/h||Ricardo Sperafico||Ricardo Sperafico||Thomas Biagi|
|Assen||Netherlands||20 August 2000||did not count for the championship|
|7||Pergusa-Enna||Italy||9 September 2000||21||4.950=103.95 km||0'33:18.404||187.259 km/h||Darren Manning||Darren Manning||Darren Manning|
|8||Misano||Italy||22 October 2000||?||? km||0'33:48.550||? km/h||Ricardo Sperafico||Ricardo Sperafico||Warren Hughes|
Race 5 Pole Position originally won by Thomas Biagi, but all his times were cancelled and he started from last grid position.
Final points standings
For every race points were awarded: 10 points to the winner, 6 for runner up, 4 for third place, 3 for fourth place, 2 for fifth place and 1 for sixth place. No additional points were awarded.
|first column of every race||10||= grid position|
|second column of every race||10||= race result|
R=retired NS=did not start