British Formula 3 Silverstone preview
The British Formula 3 championship heads back to Silverstone this weekend for the Powertour 'Summerfest' meeting. It's make or break time for series leader Antonio Pizzonia, who must get his title challenge back on track after a disjointed few weeks. The low point of the Brazilian's season came at the Marlboro Masters two weeks ago, where Pizzonia never troubled the scorers before dropping out. After a disappointing performance in the last Championship race at Croft, Antonio dismayed his many admirers by his efforts (or lack of them) at Zandvoort. This was a serious stumble on Pizzonia's part, which could have major repercussions. Not long ago, most people would have said that the title was his for the taking, but now Tomas Scheckter is only 30 points behind. That's the equivalent of a win and a fourth place, not very much when you are up against a driver as dogged and determined as the South African.
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