After his debut on the Silverstone track Davide Rigon is ready climb in the Ferrari F430 number 78 of BMS Scuderia Italia for the second round of the FIA GT championship.
This new challenge will be on the circuit of Monza, the temple of speed, where last year Davide Rigon won the championship with two F.3000 races in hand.
As usual the format provides a session of free practice on Saturday morning, followed by pre-qualfiying - an hour and twenty minutes in which Rigon and his team-mate will take turns at the wheel of the F430 - and then back again track in the late afternoon for the last 35 minites in which the twenty years old will hunt for pole position
Sunday at 9.00 am sees the last warm up to prepare for the race, which will start at 13.15 and last for 2 hours.
“After Silverstone I will go in Monza, a circuit that I know very well and where last year I won the championship F.3000.” Commented Davide Rigon
“I am very confident but at the moment it is premature to think of victory in view of my limited with the F 430. Surely I will give the maximum, as always.