A very important result took Juan Cruz Alvarez from the second double round of the World Series Light disputed at the EuroSpeedway, Lausitz. The driver of the Argentinian team Reyco arrived second in the first race and sixth in the...
A very important result took Juan Cruz Alvarez from the second double round of the World Series Light disputed at the EuroSpeedway, Lausitz. The driver of the Argentinian team Reyco arrived second in the first race and sixth in the other.
Alvarez started the first race from the second position after a very good qualify on saturday.
Quickly Alvarez passed the poleman Pablo Donoso and took the leadership, but only for a moment.
The Argentinian suffered set-up problems during the first competition which made him lost the first place in hands of the winner, Adrian Valles. The Italian Mateo Pellegrino arrived third.
Donoso lost the chance to fight for the victory when a puncture put him out of the dispute.
The second position ment to Alvarez his first podium in Europe after only three races.
The race number two shown a very interesting fight between the Chilean Donoso and the Spanish Valles. Donoso held the first place during the race in a very close dispute with the young star, who despite setting the fastest lap, was never in a clear position to overtake Donoso.
The Chilean completed a great job and earned his first victory in his short campaign in Europe.
Argentinian Alvarez started sixth and was third in the race, but was given a drive-through penalty for jumping the start. This situation put him in the back of the field. However he never gave up and started a fanasttic recovering to arrive sixth.
Milos Pavlovic took third after a hard dispute with other Spanish, Celso Miguez.
¨I`m very happy, more because we found the car in the second race than the podium of the first competition. In race two I had a winner car and my fastest lap was the second best of the race. In the start I believe I didn`t jump. What might hapened is that was a confusion because others driver did jumped the start. In the first race I passed Donoso in the start, but the car wasn`t all good and Donoso and Valles passed me. After that I decided to stay in track and complete the race¨, commented the 17 years old driver.
¨After the race in Monza, where it wasn`t all good for us, in Lausitz we recovered very fast. We still have lot to work and know better the car, in the second race the Dallara worked like never before. That`s why we are confident for next week at Magny-Cours¨, said Reinaldo Cozzani, team manager of Reyco Motorsport.
The standings has Valles as leader with 79 points. Mathias Lauda has 34 and Alvaro Barba 30. The fourth place is for Alvarez with 29 points.
Next sunday will be the third double round at Magny-Cours.