Jerez, first shift, Mino, if any

Mattia Tremolada

Gabriele Minì presented himself in the best possible way at the FIA ​​Formula 3 circuit. He arrived in Jerez, home of just three days of post–2022 testing, with Team Hitech, with whom he won two wins in Formula Regional Asia the driver di Marineo instantly set the best time of all time. In the first training session, which is scheduled to take place from 9 to 12 in the morning.

At the end of 26 completed passes, Mino managed to put Kaylen Frederik behind by a tenth of a second, who landed in the ART Grand Prix from Hitech. These two teams seemed to have the most possession of the ball, with the team headed by Oliver Oaks also placing Reese Ushijima in fifth and Sebastian Montoya in eighth, while the ART team finished sixth. The most difficult, 22, Nikola Tsolov, struggles with the tough jump from Formula 4.

The Campos team did well too. Pepe Martì was one of the three riders able to walk under a 1’31” wall, closing his best reference at 1’30” 057. Christian Mansell finished seventh at 1’31” 201, while Francesco Pizzi signed for the 12th time at 1’31 415. Immediately quick on first contact with Prema Zak O’Sullivan, who brought Team Grisignano’s best car to fourth. Instead, Paul Aaron and Dino Bejanovic finished 13th and 15th, respectively.

Among them was Franco Colapinto, who returned to the MP Motorsport stadium with which he raced for two seasons in Formula Renault Eurocup and Formula Regional by Alpine. But the best driver for the Dutch team was Johnny Edgar ninth, while Marie Boya took eighteenth.

Oliver Goethe was the 10th fastest in the Trident league. Gabriel Bortoletto and Leonardo Fornaroli, both made their Formula 3 debuts, finished close in squares 19 and 21. Taylor Barnard with Jenzer was the top Formula 4 driver for the 16th time.

Wednesday, September 21, 2022, first round

1 – Gabriele Minì – Hitech – 1’30” 499-26 laps
2 – Kaelen Frederick – ART – 1’30” 736-15
3 – Baby Marto – Campos – 1’30 “957 – 24
4 – Zach O’Sullivan – Prima – 1’31” 147 – 20
5 – Reece Ushijima – Hitech – 1’31” 182-35
6 – Gregoire Saucy – ART – 1’31” 195-19
7 – Christian Mansell – Campos – 1’31” 201 – 26
8 – Sebastian Montoya – Hitech – 1’31 “208 – 33
9- Johnny Edgar – MP Motorsport – 1’31” 250 – 28
10. Oliver Goethe – Trident – 1’31” 369 – 23
11- Hunter Yeni – Carlin – 1’31” 376-32
12- Francesco Pizzi – Campos – 1’31” 415-27
13 – Paul Aaron – Prima – 1’31” 431-19
14- Franco Colapinto – MP Motorsport – 1’31” 440 – 28
15. Dino Bejanovic – Prima – 1’31” 660 – 20
16. Taylor Barnard – Jenner – 1’31” 723-24
17- Rafael Villagomez – VAR – 1’31” 777-26
18. Mary Boya – MP Motorsport – 1’31” 822 –
19- Gabriel Bortoletto – Trident – 1’31” 848 – 22
20- Nikita Baderin – Jenner – 1’31 “868-30
21- Leonardo Fornaroli – Trident – 1’32” 042 – 21
22. Nikola Tsolov – ART – 1’32” 076-19
23- Arias Dokmedjian-Karelin-1’32” 174-31
24- Joel Granfors – Carlin – 1’32” 265-32
25- Alessandro Famolaro-Charros – 1’32” 367-31
26- Emerson Fittipaldi-Charros – 1’32” 659-38
27- Noel Lyon – Yes – 1’32” 674-34
28- Nicola Marinengli – Charrose – 1’33 “015 – 30
29- Roberto Faria- VAR – 1’33 “067-32
30- Alex Garcia – Jenner – 1’33 “154 – 29