Julien Vidot (Epsilon by Graff) has topped the list of times during the third session of the World Series Light Collective test day, while Milos Pavlovic finished in P2, and the new Argentinean sensation Juan Cruz Alvarez being third quickest....
Julien Vidot (Epsilon by Graff) has topped the list of times during the third session of the World Series Light Collective test day, while Milos Pavlovic finished in P2, and the new Argentinean sensation Juan Cruz Alvarez being third quickest. All three drivers were in new tyres.
Vidot has improved the time of Celso Miguez by only 0,1 tenth of a second, but he was quite happy at the end of the day "We managed to work a lot this morning. We had no technical problems so it was quite an easy day for the team".
Milos Pavlovic was one of the quickest drivers of the day: "This was quite a satisfactory day, but we still have to test so many things".
Juan Cruz Alvarez also profited the third session of the day to improve his best lap using new tyres: "So far we managed to do a lot of improvements in the car but we still have the session of tomorrow to improve some aspects of the car and get ready for qualifying".
Most of the drivers improved their lap times on this final session. The leader of the Series, Adrian Valles, entered the pits quite early reporting a problem with the engine as for his teammate , Barba exited in second chicane but the car was brought into the garage without any serious damage.
The drivers will go over one single session of Free Practice tomorrow from 14h10 to 14h55, and then they will attack on Saturday for the Qualifying Sessions.
Football backs three drivers in the World Series Light
Three different Football Clubs are backing some of our drivers here. The PONTEVEDRA F.C. sponsors Celso Miguez's car, while the Milan backs the Indonesian Ananda Mikola in RC Motorsport, as well as the Shandong Luneg Taishain colours bright in Julien Vodot's car.
Milka Duno, lady & driver
28 year-old lady Milka Duno (www.milkaduno.com) is been working strongly with Vergani Racing since three years, trying to adapt from the Le Mans Series type of cars to the accurate single-seater racing. Milka Duno showed her progress in the last meeting held at the Eurospeedway-Lausitz by achieving her best result so far. Exiting from the pits, she managed to finish in 6th position. . Duno started the morning session with a bright new engine after it failed in the last race, and managed to improve her time in the last session of the day.
Temp. AIR. 20 C
TRACK: 38 C
Cloudy, with some clears
Best Registered Laps (FINAL RANKING)
1. Julien Vidot Epsilon by Graff 1.36.416 (164.693 km/h)
2. Milos Pavlovic Epsilon by Graff 0.088
3. Juan Cruz Meycom Reyco 0.433
4. Celso Miguez Meycom Reyco 0.466
5. Pablo Donoso Vergani Racing 0.573
6. Ananda Mikola RC Motorsport 0.706
7. Matteo Pellegrino RC Motorsport 1.106
8. Álvaro Barba Escuela Lois Circ 1.167
9. Mathias Lauda Vergani Racing 1.862
10. Adrian Valles Escuela Lois Circ 2.581
11. Milka Duno Vergani Racing 4.289