Facundo RegaliaArgentina´s driver, after clinching his first victory in the series at Hungaroring, is going to Monza next weekend, where his goal is to repeat similar performance at the wheel of his Dallara F312 fielded by Campos Racing.

Facu Regalia will take part at the penultimate round of the European F3 Open in 2012, a meeting scheduled at Monza next weekend. The Argentine driver is back to the seat of his Dallara F312 lined up by Campos Racing after winning his first race in Formula 3 earlier this month during the meeting in Hungary. His resounding victory there is boosting his morale for next round and he is looking forward to fight for pole positions and podiums once again and in this way to improve his 5th place in the overall classification.

“We´re approaching next round really motivated, both Campos Racing and me. Finally we managed to claim that win what a wish long time ago, and we weren´t able to get it until then. In Hungary everything perfectly worked and there are four races left, and we will try our best to repeat in the remaining events starting at Monza. This venue is a really quick one, demanding low drag and downforce levels, and I´ve been competitive there since my debut in motorsport”, Regalia explained. He added that “maybe Monza is an easier track to overtake other cars. So your starting grid position isn´t as important as Hungaroring for instance. But we are focused on completing two good qualifying sessions and then to fight for two strong results in both races. Our win at Hungaroring proved as well that our work is being quite good and help us to continue working in the same direction. On Friday we want to check how fast RP Motorsport drivers are, because they have been pretty competitive at tracks such as Spa-Francorchamps or Paul Ricard. Anyway we are ready to face the challenge”.

There are three free practice sessions scheduled on Friday at 09.00, 11.30 and 14.55 respectively. Q1 is taking place at 10.25 on Saturday with race one starting the same day at 17.10. Finally, on Sunday, Q2 starts at 09.00 and race two is set to begin at 12.45. Both races, showed live on www.f3open.tv, consist of 16 laps.

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