End of season. The Circuit of Barcelona-Catalunya hosted the last race of 2019 with a record 20 drivers registered, the return of Jenzer Motorsport and the debut of the new team Mol Racing.
All eyes were on the definition of the title between Franco Colapinto (FA Racing-Drivex School) and Kilian Meyer (Formula of Champions – Prague). The Argentinean, first in the general classification, was looking to conquer the title with a triumph in the first race of Montmeló.
Everything started well on Saturday for the championship leader. Colapinto dominated the free practices and ratified his good moment obtaining Pole Position for Race 1.
For his part, the debutant Filip Ugran (Jenzer Motorsport) was 2nd and Axel Gnos (G4 Racing) third. Meyer did not have the expected Quali and finished 8th.
Colapinto and one more victory
Red traffic light. Poleman made respect his first place at the start, while Glenn Van Berlo (MP Motorsport) jumped from 4th to 2nd position.
With a good pace, the Argentinean driver led the race from start to finish and got his ninth victory of the season that provisionally* crowned him as the champion of the F4 Spanish Championship.
Meanwhile, Ugran regained his place with Van Berlo and finished second. Great debut for the Romanian! Thus, the Dutchman finished 3rd and now dreams of second place in the overall ranking held by Meyer (6th).
*The results of RD1 Barcelona are provisional while the pertinent investigations are being carried out.
Nerea approaches Belén
In the Female Trophy, Belen Garcia (Global Racing Service) suffered a spinning top in the epilogue of the race and gave victory to Nerea Marti (Formula Champions – Prague). In this way, the Valencian driver continues to fight for the award in the category with two races left, which will be run this Sunday, the last day of the season.
Gas and good luck!