Rounds five and six of the European Alfa Challenge kicks off at Imola this
weekend as Dunlop Motorsport Ireland Young Irish Driver of the Year Eoin
Murray attempts to pull clear at the top of the drivers standings.
Currently in joint leadership of the championship on 134 points with
Italian driver Maurizio Campani Murray is looking for a strong result to
top the drivers standings at the end of the weekend.
Before leaving for San Marino the Holfeld F1 Components backed driver said
"I had a very good result in Imola at the end of last year taking two
wins from two races. I will need to be conscious of the championship this
weekend but I am confident of a good result"
The European Alfa Challenge is on the support package for the World Touring
Cars and with three different winners from the first four races of the year
makes this one of the most hotly contested championships on the calendar.