ADM Motorsport wants to make it better at Donington Bareggio, 24th August, 2004 - After a long summer break ADM-Motorsport is well prepared for the next championship round at Britain's oldest surviving racing circuit ...
ADM Motorsport wants to make it better at Donington
Bareggio, 24th August, 2004 - After a long summer break ADM-Motorsport is well prepared for the next championship round at Britain's oldest surviving racing circuit at Donington Park. The famous track on which Ayrton Senna celebrated one of his finest victories in the rain of 1993 is also a venue of good memories for Renato Melchioretto: Gianmaria Bruni won last year's wet race for ADM.
Renato Melchioretto (Team Principal)
"I don't know why but generally there are some favourite circuits not only for drivers but also for the teams. For ADM Donington is definitely one of these circuits and although you always have to consider changing track conditions I am optimistic that we will have a competitive car at the next racing weekend. Norbert is in a very good shape and Allam will hopefully come back stronger after some holidays in Brazil."
Norbert Siedler (Car. Nr. 3)
"The summer break was a good chance for some time off but also to intensify my physical training. I spent a few days on a friend's boat in Italy and really managed to take a break. Now I am ready to face the second part of this season, where we really need to collect as many points as we can for our Championship position. As always, I'm happy to get back into my racing car, as I only had a few carting sessions to keep in good shape."
Allam Khodair (Car. Nr. 4)
"It was good for my soul to return to Brazil to reload some energy and find new motivation. I met some friends and spent a lot of time with my family and my girl friend. The Superfund Euro 3000 is a tough championship with a physically very demanding car, that you cannot compare with a Formula Renault car. After I have got rid of the problems with my right arm I am looking forward now to the upcoming races."