2010 Formula 3 Brazil Open

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2010 Formula 3 Brazil Open
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The 2010 Formula 3 Brazil Open was the inaugural Formula 3 Brazil Open race held at Autódromo José Carlos Pace from January 21–24, 2010. There were private pre-event test sessions at Autódromo Internacional Nelson Piquet[1] and Autódromo Internacional Ayrton Senna.[2]

After a weekend of competition, British driver William Buller of the Hitech Racing Brazil outfit was crowned as the race champion, beating a host of Formula Three Sudamericana drivers, as well as André Negrão competing for the Cesario Fórmula team, who would drive in the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 championship later in the 2010 season. After Buller qualified on pole position for the first race, he and Negrão took a victory apiece with Yann Cunha finishing third in both races. Negrão won the third race, the pre-final, before Buller claimed the main event by nearly nine seconds from Negrão. Cunha finished third ahead of Razia Sports' Bruno Andrade, and Negrão's team-mate Vittorio Ghirelli completed the top five placings. In Class B the Brazilian of the RC3 Bassani was the winner.

Drivers and teams[edit]

  • All cars are powered by Berta engines, and will run on Pirelli tyres. All teams were Brazilian-registered.
2010 Entry List
Team No Driver Class Chassis
Cesário Fórmula 1 Italy Vittorio Ghirelli[3] A Dallara F309
2 Brazil André Negrão[4] A
Hitech Racing Brazil 7 United Kingdom William Buller[5] A Dallara F309
Bassan Motorsport 15 Brazil Yann Cunha[6] A Dallara F309
Kemba Racing/G-Force 16 Brazil Fernando Galera[7] A Dallara F309
Razia Sports 17 Brazil Bruno Andrade[7] A Dallara F309
Cesário Fórmula Jr. 31 Brazil Fernando Resende[8] B Dallara F301
RC3 Bassani 43 Brazil Leandro Florenzo[9] B Dallara F301
Icon Class
A Class A
B Class B

Classification[edit]

Qualifying[edit]

Pos[7] No Driver Class Team Time
1 7 United Kingdom William Buller A Hitech Racing Brazil 1:31.170
2 2 Brazil André Negrão A Cesário Fórmula 1:31.394
3 15 Brazil Yann Cunha A Bassan Motorsport 1:31.580
4 17 Brazil Bruno Andrade A Razia Sports 1:32.003
5 1 Italy Vittorio Ghirelli A Cesário Fórmula 1:32.287
6 43 Brazil Leandro Florenzo B RC3 Bassani 1:32.852
7 31 Brazil Fernando Resende B Cesário Fórmula Jr. 1:34.398
8 16 Brazil Fernando Galera A Kemba Racing/G-Force 1:35.227

Race 1[edit]

Pos[10] No Driver Class Team Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 7 United Kingdom William Buller A Hitech Racing Brazil 16 30:23.742 1
2 2 Brazil André Negrão A Cesário Fórmula 16 +4.940 2
3 15 Brazil Yann Cunha A Bassan Motorsport 16 +34.267 3
4 17 Brazil Bruno Andrade A Razia Sports 16 +38.176 4
5 1 Italy Vittorio Ghirelli A Cesário Fórmula 16 +43.983 5
6 31 Brazil Fernando Resende B Cesário Fórmula Jr. 15 +1 lap 7
Ret 43 Brazil Leandro Florenzo B RC3 Bassani 0 Retired 6
Ret 16 Brazil Fernando Galera A Kemba Racing/G-Force 0 Retired 8
Fastest lap: William Buller, 1:40.488, 154.371 km/h (95.922 mph) on lap 16[11]

Race 2[edit]

Pos[12] No Driver Class Team Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 2 Brazil André Negrão A Cesário Fórmula 20 31:05.309 2
2 15 Brazil Yann Cunha A Bassan Motorsport 20 +6.309 3
3 7 United Kingdom William Buller A Hitech Racing Brazil 20 +7.538 1
4 1 Italy Vittorio Ghirelli A Cesário Fórmula 20 +20.343 5
5 17 Brazil Bruno Andrade A Razia Sports 20 +23.724 4
6 43 Brazil Leandro Florenzo B RC3 Bassani 20 +46.985 6
7 31 Brazil Fernando Resende B Cesário Fórmula Jr. 17 +3 laps 7
DNS 16 Brazil Fernando Galera A Kemba Racing/G-Force 0 Did not start 8
Fastest lap: André Negrão, 1:32.296, 168.072 km/h (104.435 mph) on lap 4[13]

Pre-final Grid[edit]

Pos[14] Driver Team Points
1 Brazil André Negrão Cesário Fórmula 1
2 United Kingdom William Buller Hitech Racing Brazil 2
3 Brazil Yann Cunha Bassan Motorsport 3
4 Italy Vittorio Ghirelli Cesário Fórmula 7
5 Brazil Bruno Andrade Razia Sports 7
6 Brazil Leandro Florenzo RC3 Bassani 11
7 Brazil Fernando Resende Cesário Fórmula Jr. 11
8 Brazil Fernando Galera Kemba Racing/G-Force 14

Pre-final Race[edit]

Pos[15] No Driver Class Team Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 2 Brazil André Negrão A Cesário Fórmula 18 31:43.595 1
2 7 United Kingdom William Buller A Hitech Racing Brazil 18 +0.628 2
3 15 Brazil Yann Cunha A Bassan Motorsport 18 +41.074 3
4 1 Italy Vittorio Ghirelli A Cesário Fórmula 18 +51.830 4
5 17 Brazil Bruno Andrade A Razia Sports 17 +1 lap 5
6 31 Brazil Fernando Resende B Cesário Fórmula Jr. 17 +1 lap 7
Ret 43 Brazil Leandro Florenzo B RC3 Bassani 11 Retired 6
Ret 16 Brazil Fernando Galera A Kemba Racing/G-Force 7 Retired 8
Fastest lap: André Negrão, 1:44.429, 148.545 km/h (92.302 mph) on lap 16[16]

Final Race[edit]

Pos[17] No Driver Class Team Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 7 United Kingdom William Buller A Hitech Racing Brazil 20 30:59.806 2
2 2 Brazil André Negrão A Cesário Fórmula 20 +8.848 1
3 15 Brazil Yann Cunha A Bassan Motorsport 20 +13.638 3
4 17 Brazil Bruno Andrade A Razia Sports 20 +14.771 5
5 1 Italy Vittorio Ghirelli A Cesário Fórmula 20 +31.950 4
6 43 Brazil Leandro Florenzo B RC3 Bassani 20 +54.877 7
7 31 Brazil Fernando Resende B Cesário Fórmula Jr. 19 +1 lap 6
DNS 16 Brazil Fernando Galera A Kemba Racing/G-Force 0 Did not start 8
Fastest lap: William Buller, 1:31.942, 168.719 km/h (104.837 mph) on lap 10[18]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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