The French squad is back to the top positions after a somewhat troubled start of the year.
RUSSIAN TIME lock out front row in Budapest.
The photo-finish finale awarded the Rapax driver that obtained his seventh podium of the season, behind winner Marcus Ericsson (Dams) and James Calado (ART Grand Prix).
The Swede powers away from rivals in the Feature Race at the Nurburgring. ames Calado and Stefano Coletti finished second and third.
Monegasque driver leads all DAMS front row in Nurburgring
Marcus Ericsson and Stéphane Richelmi scored some good points on British soil bringing concrete results for DAMS team.
Stéphane Richelmi: "I'm a little disappointed, but with the performance of the car, I'm sure we'll be at the forefront in England.""
Thanks also to the points obtained due to the fastest lap of the race, Coletti keeps the classification lead with 103 points.
Team's drivers suffered excessive tyre wear in the mid-field pack and had to make do with fifteenth (Stéphane Richelmi) and twentieth (Marcus Ericsson) positions.
Swedish driver leads 1-2 for DAMS in qualifying session in Barcelona.
The speed was there – not the points!
"It's a slightly disappointing start so we're not all that happy with the results," said François Sicard, DAMS general manager.
The overall results of the Spanish week were very beneficial for the team and its drivers.