AUGUST 30, 2002
Bourdais captures F3000 pole at Spa
Sebastien Bourdais took a step towards reclaiming the F3000 points lead in Belgium Friday by capturing the pole for Saturday's race. The Frenchman set the fastest time of the day early in the first session, after the Formula One boys laid down some rubber in their practice sessions. The track slowed throughout the day, so the early times held through the second session.
Current points leader Thomas Enge will start next to his rival on the front row. The Arden International driver was about four tenths off Bourdais' time. Antonio Pizzonia will start third, next to Giorgio Pantano, the man in third place in the points battle.
Only Monza remains on the F3000 calendar following this weekend.
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BOURDAIS CAPTURES F3000 POLE AT SPA
ARROWS OFFICIALLY PULLS OUT OF BELGIAN GP
OASTLER JOINS JAGUAR
BARRICHELLO FASTEST AFTER THE FOG CLEARS
NO JUICE FOR ORANGE ARROWS
FRENTZEN STAYING IN MONACO
SALO GOES OUT TO PASTURE
THE SITUATION AT ARROWS AT 0800 CET
WAITING FOR FORD
BELGIUM UNDER THE AXE AGAIN