06 July 2014
Matevos Isaakyan (JD Motorsport), Alessio Rovera (Cram Motorsport) claim a podiu ...
17 July 2014
Formula Renault 2.0 ALPS standings are definitive. After Race 2 in Monza (6 July) to grant the respect of the Regulations, the engine of the winner Charles Leclerc (Fortec Motorsports) was sealed and sent to the official Renault Engines supplier Oreca for further inspections.
The accurate inspections did not pointed out any anomalies and thus the Race 2 result has to be considered ad Final. Same for the general standing where the Dutch Nyck de Vries (Koiranen GP) still leads the group. Leclerc is 70 points behind while the Russian Matevos Isaakyan (JD Motorsport) chases further eight points behind.
06 July 2014
Charles Leclerc wins Race 2 and doubles. The driver from Monaco will remember for sure the Monza weekend (the fifth of the season) having set a clean sheet. After having seized Race 1 on Saturday (first ever win for him in singleseaters), the young driver racing with Fortec Motorsports conceded the double scoring precious Championship points where now he is second overall behind Nyck de Vries. The Dutch missed the podium but could still cheer of a fourth and sixth place.
Race 2 proved to be extremely exciting with the fight for top positions that involved several drivers like Matevos Isaakyan (JD Motorsport) second under the chequered flag, but chased till the very last meters by both Dario Capitanio (BVM Racing) and Alessio Rovera (Cram Motorsport), with the latter that took third overall. Once more a positive result for Pietro Fittipaldi (MGR Motorsport), who raced convincingly in Race 1 even if slowed down but a technical issue, at took fifth in Race 2.
05 July 2014
First win in Formula Renault 2.0 ALPS and first win ever in singleseater for Charles Leclerc. In Monza, the Monaco driver racing with Fortec Motorsports won Race 1 ahead of the Cram Motorsport duo Alessio Rovera and Stefan Riener (the latter polesitter), second and third.
The fifth out of the seven season’s venues reserved to the two liters formula, thus crowned the third winner of 2014 with Leclerc adding his name to those of Nyck de Vries (still current leader) and Matevos Isaakyan, who slips third overall one point behind Leclerc.
At the green light Riener kept the leadership chased by Isaakyan quicker than Leclerc. The driver from Monaco managed to strike back two laps afterwards while Riener was being penalized with a 10” penalty for jump start. Leclerc was thus ideally the leader with Isaakyan second.
06 July 2014
Matevos Isaakyan (JD Motorsport), Alessio Rovera (Cram Motorsport) claim a podium finish
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