It is all about speed at the Italian track where Pic and Haryanto target new podiums with their Dallaras GP2/11
The GP2 Series visit another classic venue in the calendar, Monza, maybe the most famous racetrack. Monza, otherwise known as the Cathedral of Speed, is ready for two action-packed races next weekend, with Campos Racing drivers playing a key role again.
The third-placed driver in the overall standings Rio Haryanto failed to score any points at Spa-Francorchamps but the Indonesian, completing one of the best seasons ever for Campos Racing, is ready to fight back into GP2 title contention at Italian Grand Prix. His teammate Arthur Pic scored his first podium of the campaign by finishing second on Saturday two weeks ago and it was a morale booster for the remaining events. Besides, the French racer stepped onto the podium last year at Monza and his goal is, at least, to equal that result.
The time schedule, as usual, starts on Friday with Free practice and Qualifying sessions, at 12.00 and 15.55 respectively. Then Feature race takes place on Saturday at 15.40 and Sprint race on Sunday at 10.35.