1999 Italian Formula 3000 Championship

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1999 Italian Formula 3000 Championship
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The 1999 Italian Formula 3000 Championship was contested over 7 rounds. 16 different teams and 27 different drivers competed. In this one-make formula all teams had to utilize Lola T96/50 chassis with Zytek engines.

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All races were held in Italy, excepting Donington Park round which held in the United Kingdom.

Round Circuit/Location Date Laps Distance Time Speed
1 ACI Vallelunga Circuit 6 June 32 3.228=103.296 km 0'35:42.203 173.590 km/h
2 Autodromo Nazionale Monza 27 June 25 5.770=144.25 km 0'44:17.382 195.418 km/h
3 Autodromo di Pergusa 18 July 25 4.950=123.75 km 0'39:22.365 188.582 km/h
4 Donington Park 8 August 34 3.150=107.1 km 0'46:59.700 136.738 km/h
5 Misano Circuit 5 September 24 4.060=97.44 km 0'34:16.140 170.603 km/h
6 Misano 3 October 25 4.060=101.5 km 0'35:57.109 169.393 km/h
7 Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari 24 October 21 4.93=103.53 km 0'41:25.182 149.972 km/h

Results[edit]

Round Circuit Pole Position Fastest Lap Winner Winning Team
1 ACI Vallelunga Circuit Spain Polo Villaamil Italy Marco Apicella Italy Marco Apicella Italy Monaco Motorsport
2 Autodromo Nazionale Monza Brazil Marcelo Battistuzzi Brazil Marcelo Battistuzzi Brazil Marcelo Battistuzzi United Kingdom Redgrave Racing
3 Autodromo di Pergusa Indonesia Ananda Mikola Italy Oliver Martini Italy Giorgio Vinella Italy Team Martello
4 Donington Park United Kingdom Mark Shaw Spain Polo Villaamil South Africa Werner Lupberger United Kingdom Edenbridge Racing
5 Misano Circuit Italy Thomas Biagi Italy Marco Apicella Italy Marco Apicella Italy Monaco Motorsport
6 Misano Italy Marco Apicella Italy Marco Apicella Italy Giorgio Vinella Italy Team Martello
7 Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari United Kingdom Dino Morelli Italy Fabrizio Gollin United Kingdom Dino Morelli Italy Coloni Motorsport
Note

Race 3 Pole Position originally won by Oliver Martini, but all his times were cancelled and he started from last grid position.

Race 3 original first finisher and winner Ananda Mikola, but he was disqualified due to an illegal positioning of the datalogger.

Championships standings[edit]

Pos Driver VLL MNZ PER DON MIS MIS IMO Pts
1 Italy Giorgio Vinella 4 2 1 Ret 5 1 9 31
2 South Africa Werner Lupberger 6 3 6 1 3 2 6 27
3 Italy Marco Apicella 1 Ret Ret 8 1 11 Ret 20
4 Italy Thomas Biagi 2 3 2 14
5 Brazil Marcelo Battistuzzi 1 11 4 11 14 13 13
6 United Kingdom Dino Morelli 4 1 13
7 Italy Gabriele Lancieri 9 9 3 3 10 5 4 13
8 United Kingdom Mark Shaw 7 4 2 Ret 12 16 NC 9
9 Italy Paolo Montin 2 Ret 8 Ret 4 13 10 9
10 Malaysia Alex Yoong 5 2 9 15 Ret 8
11 Spain Polo Villaamil 3 9 Ret Ret 4
12 Indonesia Ananda Mikola 5 8 DSQ DNS 6 6 Ret 4
13 Italy Paolo Ruberti 3 4
14 Italy Oliver Martini 4 7 3
15 Italy Cesare Manfredini 13 5 10 2
16 Colombia Giandomenico Brusatin 12 7 7 5 Ret 12 Ret 2
17 Denmark Kristian Kolby 5 2
18 Italy Riccardo Moscatelli 10 6 Ret Ret 1
19 Russia Viktor Maslov 6 8 1
- Italy Fabrizio Gollin 7 7 0
- Poland Jaroslaw Wierczuk 13 Ret Ret 7 13 9 12 0
- Argentina Nicolas Filiberti Ret Ret 8 8 NC 0
- United Kingdom Darren Turner 8 0
- Spain Rafael Sarandeses 9 0
- Greece Nikolaus Stremmenos 15 10 11 0
- France Jean de Pourtales Ret 14 0
- Austria Walter Thimmler Ret 0
Pos Driver VLL MNZ PER DON MIS MIS IMO Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (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 (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

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