Monaco: Draco Racing race report

Rain and safety-car protagonists in Monaco. Good fifth place for Baguette. Unfortunately a driver bumps into Barba at few laps from the end. Wet Grand Prix in Monaco this morning, when the single-seater of the World Series started behind the ...

Rain and safety-car protagonists in Monaco. Good fifth place for Baguette. Unfortunately a driver bumps into Barba at few laps from the end.

Wet Grand Prix in Monaco this morning, when the single-seater of the World Series started behind the safety car for the heavy rain. Only at the fourth laps the drivers could start their race and Bertrand Baguette, started from the sixth position, he has not lost time and immediately he overtakes the driver of Carlin Mikhail Aleshin, earning the fifth position. A precise race for Baguette, until the goal.

Marco Barba, started in the ninth row, he has made a good race, despite the Spanish driver has fallen on the track in Monaco for the first time only this weekend. When the 18 lap Romancini was shot on the climb leading to the casino, Barba was able to stop in time, but Di Sabatino behind him has not done the same and he has bumped into the Draco's driver pushing against Romancini and going to the back of his car.

Nadia Morini, Team Manager Draco:

"An anomalous weekend as often happens in this circuit. The qualifyng blocked before the end for the group A have certainly damaged our drivers who have not had time to try the fast lap. The race today was marked by the presence on the track of the safety-car, thus limiting still further the chances to overtake. Baguette had no way to seek the victory, even though we are satisfy to his driving. Too bad for Marco Barba, Di Sabatino bumped into himo and he has stopped his race."

-credit: draco racing

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Series Formula V8 3.5
Drivers Bertrand Baguette , Mikhail Aleshin , Marco Barba
Teams Carlin