Brno: Durango event summary

GOOD AUTOGP DEBUT IN BRNO Last weekend in Brno, Czech Republic, Durango made its debut in the newly born AutoGP championship. After the first test day, held on thursday, the driver Giuseppe De Pasquale had to give up because of a bruised wrist.

GOOD AUTOGP DEBUT IN BRNO

Last weekend in Brno, Czech Republic, Durango made its debut in the newly born AutoGP championship. After the first test day, held on thursday, the driver Giuseppe De Pasquale had to give up because of a bruised wrist. So the brazilian Carlos Iaconelli, who already raced with Durango in GP2 Asia Series, was summoned during the evening. Carlos came the day after but on time just for a three laps stint with a car he never drove before. Then the brazilian, qualified eleventh, had to retire from race 1 because of a contact but finished race 2 at an honourable eighth place. So, considering the circumstances, he deserves the compliments of the whole team for the good job done. Compliments from Durango to Coloni as well, the AutoGP organizer once more had been able to create and set on track a very nice and competitive championship and an enviroment where working is pleasant.

-source: durango

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Series Auto GP
Drivers Carlos Iaconelli