Season finale for Mari Boya in Monza

Pre monza

• Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine comes to an end this weekend at the legendary Italian track.


• Boya will give his best to wrap up his debut year on the series with the best possible feeling.


• Boya: “After having improved and learnt a lot at every weekend, it is time to end the year with a good result“.

Six months after the start of the championship at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, in Imola, the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine season will finish this weekend. The Autodromo Nazionale di Monza will host the tenth and final meeting, closing the season.

Known as the ‘Temple of Speed’, Monza is one of the most known and iconic racetracks in Italy and the entire world. It was opened in 1922 and it is the current host of the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix. The layout is 5,793 kilometres long and mainly features long straights and high-speed sections. Drivers must find the optimal balance between those fast segments and heavy braking spots, which provide the best overtaking opportunities, such as Variante del Rettifilo or Parabolica. Having the draft of another car is crucial to be fast in qualifying and race.

For Mari Boya, this round means that his rookie season in the series comes to an end. The young driver arrives in Monza with the job done as the objectives for the season have been being accomplished throughout the year. Boya earned highly valuable mileage and experience for his career.

The Van Amersfoort Racing driver has proved to be consistent, fast, and smart on track. His progression throughout the year allowed him to step on the podium for the first time at the round held at Ricardo Tormo Circuit, in Valencia. Since that meeting, Boya has been able to be among the top 5 drivers consistently. However, on the previous evento, in Mugello, he did not manage to achieve the expected result. In Monza, the nº. 64 will try to consolidate this progression and will fight to hold third place on the Rookies’ standings.

Boya: “We come into the final round with good feelings and satisfied with the job done so far. After having improved and learnt a lot every weekend, it is time to end the year with a good result. Seeing our pace on the last races and how hard the team is working, we believe that it can be achieved. Thanks to my family, my sponsors and everyone who is supporting me and has supported me throughout the year”.


Friday, October 29: 

Free Practice 1 – 11:10 

Free Practice 2 – 14:50 

Saturday, October 30: 

Qualifying 1 – 09:25

Race 1 – 14:20 

Sunday, October 31: 

Qualifying 2 – 08:30 

Race 2 – 12:05