Robert Kubica and Epsilon Euskadi in command at the HTTT Circuit of Paul Ricard
The World Series by Renault entered Teams had continued their Collective Test in the Paul Ricard HTTT, completing his second testing day with the Dallara Nissan and the FRV6 cars. After the clouds of yesterday, the day started with a cold sunshine but as the day went on, the weather conditions became less sunny and the drivers ended the day under wet conditions.
The main objective of these tests has been to introduce the Dallara chassis powered by Nissan to all the Formula V6 teams. The merge of the World Series by Nissan championship with Renault Sport has led these teams to be testing similar cars of the introduced today the next 2005 season. The big difference will be the engine, of course, powered by Renault Sport.
Robert Kubika, driving for Epsilon Euskadi, has shown his motivation achieving the fastest lap, 1,17,394. The Galician driver Celso Míguez, driving one of the cars of the winner 2004 Team in the WS, Pons Racing, has been second fastest with a 1,17,622 followed by Álvaro Parente (Carlin Motorsport) with 1,17,866. Teams and drivers will finish tomorrow the three-day scheduled Collective Test in Paul Ricard.