Valencia: Team Bruichladdich Radical qualifying report

PACE AND CONSISTENCY KEY TO TEAM BRUICHLADDICH RADICAL SUCCESS IN SPAIN Team Bruichladdich Radical is cautiously optimistic of a good race result after three productive practice sessions and a solid qualifying performance at the Spanish circuit...

PACE AND CONSISTENCY KEY TO TEAM BRUICHLADDICH RADICAL SUCCESS IN SPAIN

Team Bruichladdich Radical is cautiously optimistic of a good race result after three productive practice sessions and a solid qualifying performance at the Spanish circuit of Valencia. Three one-hour practice sessions saw the team shaving second after second from their lap times and Stuart Moseley put in a time of 1:26.920 this afternoon to secure the fourth LMP2 grid slot for tomorrow's 1000km race.

Tim Greaves, Team Owner and Driver: "'P4' is where we anticipated we would be. We've still got a few more tweaks to improve for the race. Looking at how to get the best out of the tyres for the two hour race stints is our priority. We've had three hours of trouble free testing and I'm comfortable with the pace of the three drivers over race distance."

Stuart Moseley, Driver: "I'm happy to be in the '26s'. We're just two-tenths off ASM which is an improvement from Monza. We've been getting better consistently with each session and that showed in the times with us finding two and a half seconds from the first practice to today's qualifying lap time. The track here is very tight and short so there's potential for a lot of problems with traffic. Having had issues at Jarama and Donington I was pleasantly surprised that it seems a bit easier than I expected but the race is still going to be dictated by keeping out of trouble in traffic while making your way through quickly."

-credit: tbr

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Series European Le Mans
Drivers Tim Greaves , Stuart Moseley