Monza: Team Bruichladdich Radical race report

RACE TO FORGET FOR TEAM BRUICHLADDICH RADICAL Raceday started well for Team Bruichladdich Radical. Overnight the LMP2 pole sitter's qualifying time had been removed for a technical infringement so the team were set to start third. By the time...

RACE TO FORGET FOR TEAM BRUICHLADDICH RADICAL

Raceday started well for Team Bruichladdich Radical. Overnight the LMP2 pole sitter's qualifying time had been removed for a technical infringement so the team were set to start third.

By the time the grid was formed the Barazi Epsilon car ahead was in the pit garage with a problem so from the start Stuart Moseley was able to challenge and take the lead.

In only a matter of moments the race was effectively over for the team when a turbo pipe broke and after valiant attempts to fix it in the time allowed the team retired. Tim Greaves,

Team Owner and driver "Basically the pipe broke on the turbo system. It's a problem we had last season and we thought we'd fixed it but it looks as though we need a fundamental rethink."

-credit: tbr

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Series European Le Mans
Drivers Tim Greaves , Stuart Moseley