Mitjet 2L Auto Race final at Sochi Autodrom on November 8

Mitjet 2L Auto Race final at Sochi Autodrom on November 8: Photo
05.11.2015

The Formula 1 track in Sochi will host the Final stage of the Russian Championship for the Cup of the Russian Automobile Federation (RAF) of the Mitjet 2L series. The asphalt of the Formula 1 track from the cars did not have time to cool down, as Sochi Autodrom will again host racing competitions. On November 8, Sochi Autodrom will host the Final stage of the Russian Championship for the Mitjet 2L series Cup of the Russian Automobile Federation. Mitjet 2L pilots will compete for the Mitjet 2L series Cup of the Russian Automobile Federation. After 2 races, the winner of the 2015 season will be determined. 20 racing cars will go to the starting grid of the Formula 1 track. The audience is waiting for a lot of the brightest emotions and impressions, a serious fight between the pilots of Mitjet 2L racing cars will unfold at the racetrack.

Race schedule:

III Final stage of the Russian Championship for the RAF Cup in the Mitjet 2L class

Sunday, November 8, 2015,

12:00 – 13:30 Walk of the audience on the starting grid (pitlane)

13:50 – 14:20 Race 1

15:00 – 15:30 Press briefing. Participants: Sports Director of ArcticEnergy Stanislav Serezhenkov; multiple champion of Russia, head of Arctic Energy Racing School Boris Shulmeister; Head of Sochi Autodrom Dmitry Pleshakov; representative of the Russian Automobile Federation (RAF).

16:20 – 16:50 Final Race 2

17:15 – 17:45 Award ceremony

MITJET 2L is a new racing series of French cars that came to Russia this year. The Mitjet series originated in 2006 in France, when the famous racer Jean-Philippe Dayrault decided to create a new class of racing in which everyone could take part. Since 2015, national championships and traditional competitions of the most popular Mitjet 2L series have been held in 5 countries: France, Italy, Denmark, the USA and Russia.

The promoter of Mitjet 2L in Russia is Arctic Energy, whose headquarters is located at the Sochi Autodrom, where it is possible to conduct training and competitions on the current Formula 1 track all year round. The Mitjet 2L series attracts not only professional pilots, but also amateurs who have no experience, but who have a great desire to try themselves behind the wheel of a racing car.