It will be a high-adrenaline weekend that is preparing to take place on the Misano World Circuit, on the occasion of the highly anticipated event that will crown the FX Racing Weekend champions of the 2023 season. At the end of a year that has seen the protagonists of the various categories to provide a spectacle on the main national racetracks, the Romagna track named after Marco Simoncelli will host the final rush which will offer a total of thirteen overall titles with the awarding of double points. From Friday 10th to Sunday 12th November, the activity on the track will see thirty-one races take place, all broadcast in live streaming on the championship’s social channels and on the free OTT platform MS Plus, while access to the stands will be free for fans who they will want to come and enjoy the show live.

Among the most anticipated challenges is undoubtedly the one that will crown the first champion of GT4 Italy, the new tricolor covered-wheel series which enjoys the official SRO Motorsports Group license. Contending for the title in the final sprint will be the Swiss Niki Leutwiler (Centri Porsche Ticino), fresh from the peremptory double achieved in Vallelunga, who will have to contend with the competition from the Mercedes AMG GT4 of the young Tommaso Lovati (Lema Racing), while Pierluigi Veronesi (Autorlando Sport) will also be ready to join the fight at the top. Also in action on the Romagna track are the other Mercedes driven by Manuel Lasagni and the Andrej Lah-Matej Kosic duo, while the Porsche 718 Cayman GT of Dario Cerati will not be missing. Great ambitions also for the Audi R8 LMS of Andrea Basso (Lema Racing) and for the BMW M4 of the Morelli-Agostini duo, while there will be three Mitjet 2.0s at the start, entrusted to Francesco Malvestiti, Tommaso Fossati and Jody Lambrughi.

Luca Panizzi (Formula There will really be fun with the titles up for grabs to be awarded and in a magnificent location like that of the Misano World Circuit, also ready to provide a special atmosphere thanks to the races that will take place at night. We are ready to experience these emotions together with all the fans and for the occasion we have also created a new agreement which will see the broadcast of all the races on the new digital platform of Mediasport Group: this is an innovative content aimed at further enhancing our championship. And now… we can’t wait for the engines to start!”

The track program will begin on Friday 10 November at 9:00 am and will see the first day entirely dedicated to free practice and qualifying sessions. Starting from the morning of Saturday 11th the sequence of races will begin, which will end on Sunday 12th at approximately 7:00 pm. The complete program of the event is available on the official website of the championship. All races will be broadcast live on the YouTube channel and on the ‘FX Racing Weekend – GT4 Italy’ Facebook page, on and on the free digital platform MS Plus, with commentary by Marco Privitera, Nicola Saglia, Nico Patrizi and Victoria Ortega Cabrera.

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