Pietro Fittipaldi suffered two slow getaways at Monza, meaning he was unable to convert his two pole positions into strong results.
2017 World Series Formula V8 3.5 – Monza
The Canadian finished both races sixth in Italy to earn his first two rookie victories of the season, with his last lap pass on Diego Menchaca on Saturday especially impressive.
Roy Nissany could have had two wins at Monza had things gone his way, but the Israeli was forced to settle for two second places instead.
A well-timed pit stop when the safety car was deployed gave Rene Binder his second win of the weekend at Monza, with the Austrian taking the lead in the championship as a result.
A time penalty for Roy Nissany denied the Israeli victory in race one at Monza, giving Rene Binder his first win in the championship.
Rene Binder had finished on the podium six times before finally taking his first win at Monza last weekend, and then wasted no time in winning his second!
Pietro Fittipaldi dominated qualifying at Monza, securing pole position by more than half a second from Roy Nissany.