The Trident driver then put on a heroic comeback drive through the top positions, climbing up to third in pursuit of a home race win. Despite his best efforts, Fornaroli couldn’t find a way past Goethe, who finished the Feature Race second after winning Saturday’s Sprint Race ahead of the Italian.

With a P3 finish for Fornaroli, he takes over the lead of the drivers’ championship ahead of Hitech Pulse-Eight and Williams Academy driver Luke Browning, 52 points to 49.

F2: Colapinto makes last-lap overtake to take victory in Imola Sprint Race

PREMA Racing team mates Dino Beganovic and Gabriele Minì follow in third and fourth respectively, both level on 45 points, while Goethe’s strong weekend in Imola lifts him into the top five, now on 41.

For a full and in-depth report on the FIA Formula 3 Feature Race, head over to the official website here.


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