2002 Italian Formula Three season

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2002 Italian Formula Three season
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The 2002 Italian Formula Three season was the 38th Italian Formula Three Championship season. It began on 7 April at Vallelunga and ended on 20 October at Magione after nine races.[1]

Miloš Pavlović of Target Racing won races at Vallelunga, Misano, Varano, Binetto, Mugello and had another three podiums and ultimately clinched the title. He finished 27 points clear of Azeta Racing driver Philip Cloostermans, who won races at Pergusa and Monza. Third place went to Pavlović's team-mate Christiano Citron, who won the season-ending race at Magione.

Teams and drivers[edit]

Entry List[2]
Team No Driver Class Chassis[N 1] Engine Rounds
Italy Passoli Racing 2 Italy Fausto Ippoliti C F399 Fiat 1–3, 5–9
3 Italy Leonardo Orecchioni C F399 1–3
20 Italy Ivan Bellarosa C F302 4
21 Italy Davide Uboldi C F302 4, 9
51 Italy Carmine Tancredi T F397 All
64 Italy Dino Lusuardi T F393 5–9
France Stardrive Motorsport 4 Algeria Nassim Sidi Said C F399 Spiess-Opel 1–5
Italy Target Racing 5 Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Pavlović C F302 Spiess-Opel All
6 Italy Christiano Citron C F302 All
Italy Brigliadori 7 Italy Imeiro Brigliadori C F399 Spiess-Opel 1–6, 8–9
Italy Style Car Racing 8 Italy Gianpiero Negrotti C F399 Fiat 1–6, 8–9
55 Italy Giovanni Rambelli T F393 1–6, 8–9
Italy El Kobra 9 Italy Andrea Tiso C F302 Fiat 1, 4
Italy W.R.C. 10 Italy Franco Ghiotto C F302 Spiess-Opel 1–2, 4–6, 8–9
11 Italy Sergio Ghiotto C F302 1
18 Italy Giampaolo Ermolli C F302 2–7
Italy Stentella 12 Italy Enzo Stentella C F399 Spiess-Opel 1–2
Italy Azeta Racing 14 Italy Stefano Mocellini C F399 Spiess-Opel 1–6
15 Belgium Philip Cloostermans C F399 1–8
19 Italy Alessandro Vitacolonna C F399 4–8
Italy Petroncini 20 Italy Roberto Petroncini C F399 Spiess-Opel All
Italy Scuderia Famà 22 Italy Nino Famà C F399 Spiess-Opel 5
52 T F393 1–2
63 Italy Salvatore Cardullo T F393 4
Germany Bertram Schäfer Racing 23 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi C F302 Spiess-Opel 5
24 Malaysia Rizal Ramli C F302 5
25 Austria Bernhard Auinger C F302 5
Estonia Nemarnik 26 Estonia Tom Nemarnik C F399 Fiat 5
Italy Team Ghinzani 27 Netherlands Robert Doornbos C F302 Mugen-Honda 5
28 Italy Raffaele Giammaria C F302 5, 9
38 Austria Andreas Zuber C F302 9
Italy Prema Powerteam 29 Portugal César Campaniço C F302 Spiess-Opel 5
30 Australia Ryan Briscoe C F302 5
31 Japan Kosuke Matsuura C F302 5
Italy Dracone 32 Italy Francesco Dracone C F302 Spiess-Opel 5
Italy Gioga 33 Italy Giovanni Gaetani C F399 Fiat 5
61 T F393 4
Germany Team Kolles 35 Netherlands Ross Zwolsman C F302 Mugen-Honda 5
36 Japan Sakon Yamamoto C F302 5
Italy Boga 37 Italy Bonifacio Gaetani C F399 Spiess-Opel 8–9
Italy Alberti 53 Italy Silvio Alberti T F397 Fiat 2, 4–6
Italy Gozzo 54 Italy Emanuele Gozzo T F395 Spiess-Opel 2, 4–5
Italy Bounomo 56 Italy Robert Bounomo T F397 Fiat All
Italy System Team 57 Italy Alberto Morelli T F393 Fiat 4–5, 9
Italy Faraonio 58 Italy Giovanni Faraonio T F393 Fiat 1–2
Italy Bicciato 59 Italy Renato Bicciato T F397 Fiat 2–8
Italy Bendinelli 65 Italy Carlo Bendinelli T F393 Spiess-Opel 9
Italy Ribaudo 66 Italy Giorgio Ribaudo T F393 Fiat 5
Italy Bellarosa 67 Italy Ivan Bellarosa T F397 Fiat 9
Icon Class
C Campionato Nazionale
T Trofeo Nazionale CSAI
Notes
  1. ^ All drivers competed in Dallara chassis; model listed.

Calendar[edit]

All rounds were held in Italy.

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Winning driver Winning team Trophy winner
1 ACI Vallelunga Circuit, Campagnano di Roma 7 April Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Pavlović Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Pavlović Italy Target Racing Italy Nino Famà
2 Misano World Circuit 28 April Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Pavlović Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Pavlović Italy Target Racing Italy Giovanni Faraonio
3 Autodromo di Pergusa, Enna 19 May Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Pavlović Belgium Philip Cloostermans Italy Azeta Racing Italy Carmine Tancredi
4 Autodromo Nazionale Monza 30 June Belgium Philip Cloostermans Belgium Philip Cloostermans Italy Azeta Racing Italy Carmine Tancredi
5 Autodromo Riccardo Paletti, Varano 21 July Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Pavlović Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Pavlović Italy Target Racing Italy Carmine Tancredi
6 Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola 1 September Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Germany Bertram Schäfer Racing Italy Silvio Alberti
7 Autodromo del Levante, Binetto 8 September Italy Christiano Citron Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Pavlović Italy Target Racing Italy Carmine Tancredi
8 Mugello Circuit, Scarperia 6 October Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Pavlović Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Pavlović Italy Target Racing Italy Dino Lusuardi
9 Autodromo dell'Umbria, Magione 20 October Austria Andreas Zuber Italy Christiano Citron Italy Target Racing Italy Alberto Morelli

Standings[edit]

  • Points are awarded as follows:
1 2 3 4 5 6
9 6 4 3 2 1
Pos Driver VAL MIS PER MNZ VAR IMO BIN MUG MAG Pts
1 Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Pavlović 1 1 2 2 1 5 1 1 2 65
2 Belgium Philip Cloostermans Ret 2 1 1 2 6 3 4 38
3 Italy Christiano Citron 2 5 3 5 Ret 8 7 5 1 25
4 Italy Alessandro Vitacolonna Ret 4 5 3 3 25 2 2 25
5 Italy Fausto Ippoliti 3 Ret 7 Ret 10 4 3 3 15
6 Italy Roberto Petroncini 4 6 4 Ret Ret Ret 5 7 5 11
7 Italy Stefano Mocellini 5 3 Ret 4 6 9 10
8 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi 1 9
9 Japan Kosuke Matsuura 2 6
10 Italy Giampaolo Ermolli Ret 6 Ret 4 11 6 5
11 Netherlands Robert Doornbos 3 4
12 Portugal César Campaniço 4 3
13 Austria Andreas Zuber 4 3
14 Italy Nino Famà 5 2
15 Italy Franco Ghiotto 6 7 8 7 14 6 11 2
16 Italy Davide Uboldi 6 6 2
Italy Imeiro Brigliadori Ret 8 8 7 Ret 15 8 7 0
Italy Sergio Ghiotto 7 0
Netherlands Ross Zwolsman 7 0
Algeria Nassim Sidi Said Ret 9 12 Ret 8 0
Italy Andrea Tiso 8 12 0
Italy Gianpiero Negrotti 11 12 Ret 11 13 22 9 Ret 0
Malaysia Rizal Ramli 12 0
Italy Bonifacio Gaetani 13 13 0
Japan Sakon Yamamoto 13 0
Italy Enzo Stentella 14 17 0
Italy Francesco Dracone 17 0
Italy Giovanni Gaetani 19 0
Italy Raffaele Giammaria 23 Ret 0
Estonia Tom Nemarnik 24 0
Italy Ivan Bellarosa Ret 0
Austria Bernhard Auinger Ret 0
Australia Ryan Briscoe Ret 0
Class Trofeo
1 Italy Carmine Tancredi 12 16 9 9 9 Ret 8 Ret 12 44
2 Italy Robert Bounomo 10 11 10 13 11 18 9 Ret 9 44
3 Italy Renato Bicciato 14 11 10 12 21 10 12 27
4 Italy Dino Lusuardi 10 20 DNS 10 15 20
5 Italy Giovanni Rambelli Ret 13 Ret Ret 14 Ret 11 14 14
6 Italy Giovanni Faraonio 13 10 12
7 Italy Silvio Alberti Ret 15 15 16 12
8 Italy Alberto Morelli DNS Ret 8 9
9 Italy Nino Famà 9 DNS 9
10 Italy Ivan Bellarosa 10 4
11 Italy Giovanni Gaetani 14 3
12 Italy Emanuele Gozzo 15 Ret DNS 2
Italy Giorgio Ribaudo 16 0
Italy Salvatore Cardullo Ret 0
Italy Carlo Bendinelli Ret 0
Pos Driver VAL MIS PER MNZ VAR IMO BIN MUG MAG Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Race Calendar: Italian Formula 3 Championship – Season 2002". Speedsport Magazine. Retrieved 28 August 2012. 
  2. ^ "Entrylist: Italian Formula 3 Championship – Season 2002". Speedsport Magazine. Retrieved 28 August 2012. 

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