ADM on the way back to Belgium Bareggio, 14th September, 2004 - It is the 2nd race in Belgium after Spa and a race track, on which ADM Motorsport wants to get back where they belong to on the podium. Norbert Siedler and Allam Khodair...
ADM on the way back to Belgium
Bareggio, 14th September, 2004 - It is the 2nd race in Belgium after Spa and a race track, on which ADM Motorsport wants to get back where they belong to on the podium. Norbert Siedler and Allam Khodair are looking forward to the next Superfund Euro 3000 round at Zolder.
Renato Melchioretto (Team Principal)
"The team have stayed in Dijon to prepare the cars for the upcoming race weekend in Belgium, where we really hope to match the front runners again. Looking back at Dijon, I am pretty sure that our race performance would have been good enough for the podium but I can understand that Norbert wanted to gain some positions in the first laps, where overtaking is basically easier. Anyway, Zolder is a completely different track and hopefully a better place for us."
Norbert Siedler (Car. Nr. 3)
"I am only glad that our next race takes place in four days. Zolder is a circuit with good memories for me as I was 3rd in last years Nissan World Series race behind Marc Gene and Bas Leinders. Currently it looks like if the team of John Village was setting the benchmark, but you never know what happens next. I still believe in my team and I am sure that if we can work out a proper setup I will be on the podium again."
Allam Khodair (Car. Nr. 4)
"Zolder is a new track for me and so was Dijon. My season has been very disappointing so far and I have come up to a point where I take it as a learning year. Norbert is an extemly quick team mate but under these circumstances I can also learn a lot. There is no doubt I have improved but what I need is also some points to prove it."