The final decision will be made on the last race meeting of the year: the Pirelli Grande Finale in Misano from 4 to 6 November 2022.
Updated Entry List on 3/11/2022, 10:35 CET
Ingo Gerstl (BOSS GP F1 Class), Harald Schlegelmilch (OPEN) and Andreas Hasler (SUPER LIGHTS) have already been crowned the new champions of 2022 ahead of the Pirelli Grande Finale. The situation is completely different in the FORMULA class, where two drivers can still become champions after two dramatic races in Mugello. On the one hand, defending champion Marco Ghiotto (ITA, Scuderia Palladio). After two titles in a row, compatriot Simone Colombo (ITA, MM International) could break his winning streak this year. Colombo leads by 38 points after ten of the season’s twelve races and has two more victories than Ghiotto under his belt. With a maximum of 50 points up for grabs, Ghiotto will be going all out to repeat his victory double from last year at Misano in his 2011 GP2 car. Colombo (2017 GP2 car), on the other hand, has known since the second race at Mugello at the latest how quickly a race can end in the gravel bed. How much risk will he take this time?
With Luca Martucci (ITA, MM International), another Italian wants to finish his season in the best possible way. In the championship, he could still move up to third place. Whether the track record of 1:24.761, set by Marco Ghiotto in qualifying 2021, will fall this year is unclear. The weather forecast promises a high chance of rain for all three days of the event. Unfortunately, due to stricter noise regulations, the Formula 1 cars are missing on the BOSS GP Racing Series grid this time. The favourite for the overall victory is expected to be Harald Schlegelmilch (LVA, HS Engineering) in his 4.5-litre World Series car.
|10||Haralds Slegelmilhs||LVA||HS Engineering||OPEN||Dallara||2012||WSbR — T12||Gibson 4.5|
|22||Michael Aberer||AUT||AM Motorsport||FORMULA||Dallara||2005||GP2||Mecachrome|
|27||Marco Ghiotto||ITA||Scuderia Palladio||FORMULA||Dallara||2011||GP2||Mecachrome|
|28||Bruno Jarach||ITA||Eesti Motorsport||FORMULA||Dallara||2008||GP2||Mecachrome|
|31||Paul O’Connell||IRE||HS Engineering||FORMULA||Dallara||2012||WSbR — T12||Gibson|
|32||Simone Colombo||ITA||MM International||FORMULA||Dallara||2017||F2||Mecachrome|
|37||Luca Martucci||ITA||MM International||FORMULA||Dallara||2011||GP2||Mecachrome|
|43||Giancarlo Pedetti||ITA||Nannini Racing||FORMULA||Dallara||2014||GP2||Mecachrome|
|47||Walter Steding||GER||Scuderia Palladio||FORMULA||Dallara||2011||GP2||Mecachrome|
|55||Lothar Oberlaber||AUT||Team Top Speed||FORMULA||Dallara||2011||GP2||Mecachrome|
|34||Giulio Tine’||ITA||Walter Colacino Racing||SUPER LIGHTS||Lola||1998||F3000||Alfa Romeo|
|36||Walter Colacino||ITA||Walter Colacino Racing||SUPER LIGHTS||Lola||1998||F3000||Alfa Romeo|
|111||Alexander Geier||AUT||Geier Racing||SUPER LIGHTS||Tatuus||2003||WSbR||Nissan|
The BOSS GP Racing Series makes its second stop at the 4.2-kilometre Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli this year after last year’s premiere. The track has been in operation near the Adriatic coast since 1972, with the biggest reconstruction taking place in 2006 and 2007, when the direction of the track was rotated (now clockwise) to create more space for run-off areas. Today, like all the other tracks on the BOSS GP Racing Series calendar, the circuit has the highest safety standard and regularly hosts MotoGP, World Superbike Championship and the Fanatec GT World Challenge.
Friday, 4 November 2022
10:35–11:05 Free Practice 1
14:35–15:05 Free Practice 2
Saturday, 5 November 2022
14:35–14:55 Race 1 (20 minutes)
Sunday, 6 November 2022
11:05–11:30 Race 2 (25 minutes)
Like last time in Mugello, several Italian racing series will support the BOSS GP Racing Series in Misano. These include the Master Tricolore Prototipi sports car prototype series, the Lotus and Renault Clio RS one-make championships and the Mitjet Italia Racing Series silhouette championship. The line-up will be rounded off by regularity races of the Porsche Club GT. Saturday’s programme starts at 8:45 a.m. and goes until 9:20 p.m. with floodlights. Sunday starts at 8:30 a.m.
The race programme on Saturday and Sunday will be partly broadcast on promoter Gruppo Peroni’s YouTube channel.
Photos: Angelo Poletto/BOSS GP, PR & Event Keke Platzer (Poster)