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Race result - FIA F3000: Monza (amended).

1. Vitantonio Liuzzi Arden 26 laps 44min 20.747secs
2. Tomas Enge Ma-Con +09.412secs
3. Robert Doornbos Arden +15.480secs
4. Raffaele Giammaria Astromega +23.446secs
5. Esteban Guerrieri BCN +23.688secs
6. Mathias Lauda CMS +45.552secs
7. Jeffrey van Hooydonk Coloni +45.785secs
8. Ernesto Viso Durango +67.860secs

9. Can Artam Coloni +142.646secs
10. Tony Schmidt Ma-Con +1 lap (DNF)
11. Olivier Tielemans Astromega ++1 lap
12. Chanoch Nissany Super Nova +1 lap

Rtd Ferdinando Monfardini AEZ 17 laps completed
Rtd Patrick Friesacher Coloni 17 laps completed
Rtd Jose-Maria Lopez CMS 2 laps completed
Rtd Matteo Grassotto AEZ 2 laps completed
Rtd Enrico Toccacelo BCN 0 laps completed
Rtd Michele Rugolo Durango 0 laps completed


Fastest lap:

Vitantonio Liuzzi Arden 1min 39.775secs lap 23


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