After making it to the podium at Donington and winning at Magny-Cours, Guillaume Moreau failed to score in the Iberic peninsula.

In Race one at Estoril, a wheel nut put paid to his hopes of scoring points. On the Sunday, he was one of the fastest and most consistent driver at the wheel of his KTR car, and recovered from 23rd to 12th.

On the following week at Barcelona, Guillaume set the fourth fastest time in the collective tests. He started race one from ninth, but was forced to an early retirement due to a clutch failure. His second race was ruined by a problem with the electronic management of the gearbox and he had to retire in lap seven.

Looking back at 2007, Guillaume has been through highs and lows. The driver from Limoges is set to race in World Series again next year, with the aim to fight for the title.

Please find attached the press release (.doc or .pdf) and a copyrights free photo (Renault Sport DPPI)

-credit: guillaumemoreau.com