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Giorgio Roda in Vallelunga to maintain the leadership

In the third and last but one round of the Italian GT Endurance Championship, the driver from Como, together with Rovera and Fuoco aims to repeat the great performance of Imola and keep the lead in the general classification.

Campagnano di Roma (RM) – September 17, 2020. On the Piero Taruffi in Vallelunga it will be a very hot weekend for Giorgio Roda, Alessio Rovera and Antonio Fuoco. After the victory on the Enzo and Dino Ferrari of Imola, the three young drivers of AF Corse, in the Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo, will be asked to repeat the performance put on the track at the Santerno circuit that allowed them to jump to the top of the general classification . Only 3 are the points that separate the crew of the Red number 71, from the Audi of Agostini and Mancinelli, with the BMW chasing two points from second place. A very short ranking that will decide the winner only after the last appointment, scheduled for early November in the Temple of Speed ​​in Monza. The trio of the Prancing Horse, thanks to the Imola triumph, will have to serve a 30 '' handicap time during the three hours in Rome, and is therefore called upon to undertake a feat to conquer the points necessary to maintain the command of the classification.

"We are called to repeat the race we did in Imola - commented Giorgio Roda before getting into the cockpit of AF Corse's Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo - It won't be easy because 30 seconds of handicap time are not few, but we have all it takes to play for it. Especially in an endurance race, the important thing is to always stay focused and get the car to the finish line. I know the Vallelunga track very well, as well as my two companions. On this track, we can say, that we took all the first steps together with the Federal School, but in this weekend our experience won’t help us so much because our opponents are equally prepared and ready to give us a hard time. Vallelunga, however, also reminds me of the FIA ​​Motorsport Games where, together with my dad, I had the honor of representing Italy in the first "Motorsport Olympics." I hope to be able to feel the same emotions this weekend after a nice, correct, but above all, « winning « race.

The Vallelunga program will see the first green light on Friday 18 September at 11 a.m. with one hour of free practice, followed by a second one from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. On Saturday morning, at 9.00 the third free practice session with qualifying starting at 12.50 a.m. live on MS Motor TV (228 Sky) and live streaming on ACI Sport channels. Sunday at 11.40 a.m. the start of the three hours of Vallelunga live on Rai Sport (57-58 DTT 227 Sky) and in live streaming always on the ACI Sport channels.

the important thing is to always stay focused and get the car to the finish line