Will Stevens secured the hardest-earned podium of his single-seater career.
After being back at the pace he had showed in the opening round of the season at Monza, Ghiotto was aiming to score more points.
The team and both drivers will be back running in round 3 of the 2014 series, scheduled for May 25th at Monte Carlo.
Swiss racer Zöel Amberg delivered a great run by scoring 5th place in Race 2.
Jazeman Jaafar: "We scored good points again and now I can’t wait to be back at Monte Carlo."
Roberto Merhi continued in his consistent streak of points finishes.
Luca Ghiotto: “It’s been a difficult Saturday."
Jazeman Jaafar proved very consistent throughout the day but suffered some unexpected issues from the beginning of the race onwards.
Zeta Corse and its two drivers lined-up at the Spanish venue for the first Qualifying and Race of the World Series Renault 3.5 weekend.
Strakka Racing’s Round One victor Will Stevens and team mate Matias Laine have been hard at work to maximise qualifying pace ahead of the next WSR race this weekend
After six days of collective testing during a studious winter, the competitors of the Formula Renault 3.5 Series returned to competition at the Autodromo di Monza.
The first race of the 2014 Formula Renault season is in the books and Strakka Racing's Will Stevens came away with the victory.
On the Italian track the Russian team completed two very positive Free Practice sessions.
The team owned by Guto Negrão enjoyed a good start shining among the top-runners at the end of the Free Practice day.
The final F.Renault 3.5 pre-season test ended with a good result for AVF team.
Zeta Corse enjoyed a trouble-free run on the first day of the Jerez World Series by Renault test.
Despite the huge pressure linked to a “Superpole”situation, the Italian driver coped with it well and posted the 9th quickest time of the afternoon.
Reigning Formula Renault 3.5 Series champion, Kevin Magnussen made his debut in the sport’s elite championship.