ADM Motorsport added another point to its championship tally when Norbert Siedler finished seventh in the IFM Sunday race on the challenging street circuit of Pau. His team-mates Michele Caliendo, Frankie Provenzano and Freitas came home in 14th ,...
ADM Motorsport added another point to its championship tally when Norbert Siedler finished seventh in the IFM Sunday race on the challenging street circuit of Pau. His team-mates Michele Caliendo, Frankie Provenzano and Freitas came home in 14th , 15th and 19th place respectively.
Renato Melchioretto (Team Principal): "We can absolutely live with this result, as Norbert had to start from 7th position with the reversed grid rule coming into play. Even if we had a try track today overtaking was once again very risky as we saw in several situations. Our drivers had a relatively incident free Sunday and they all made it to the chequered flag which can never be taken as granted here in Pau. We now move on to Brno, a very different type of racetrack, and we look forward to improving the car a little further."
Norbert Siedler (car # 17, P7): "We leave Pau with valuable championship points and positive feelings for the upcoming races. I can't wait to get into the car again next week when we start our preparations for the 5th and 6th championship round in the Czech Republic. Brno is a track with good memories for me and I hope for some Austrian fans there as it is only one hour by car from Vienna."
Michele Caliendo (car # 22, P14): "I lost some positions after a mistake in the hairpin but apart from that my race performance was ok. Considering my development over the winter I am quite confident and I think it is just a question of time till I can achieve my first championship points. I just have to keep pushing."
Frankie Provenzano (car #21. P15): "I posted the 4th fastest lap in this race which was a real highlight, but the rest of the race weekend was really disappointing. It can only get better."
Octavio Freitas (car # 16, P19): "Today, I only concentrated on myself and tried to avoid any contact with the barriers. The race was not for the nervous. I had some faster cars behind me that touched my rear several times but the only result was that they lost their front wings. Racing in the city is quite a challenge."