Third and fourth for GTO Charouz Racing Moslers Third and fourth in the G2 class finished drivers of the GTO Charouz Racing team in the qualifying for the FIA GT race at Monza. The car of Stepan Vojtech and Kenneth Keyer qualified the German ...
Third and fourth for GTO Charouz Racing Moslers
Third and fourth in the G2 class finished drivers of the GTO Charouz Racing team in the qualifying for the FIA GT race at Monza. The car of Stepan Vojtech and Kenneth Keyer qualified the German driver while Adam Lacko fought for the grid position behind the wheel of the car which shares with Ales Jirasek. Both drivers were not happy with their performances behind the wheel of Mosler MT900 during the qualifying.
Small mistakes, unfortunately, were the reason why they did not set expected lap times. However, the brand new team ran well in the practices where they were able to confirm the recent improvement of the American cars that had been done during test after Silverstone. Monza today saw very changeable weather with several heavy showers.
Kenneth Heyer: "I am angry on myself. I did several mistakes in the quick lap and our time could have been much better if I had not done those errors. Unfortunately, it happens sometime. I just hope to do a better job tomorrow."
Adam Lacko: "Unfortunately I also did not have my best qualifying today. I was going through Parabolica and suddenly saw another car very close to me. I did not expect it. I tried to react quickly but spun out and ended in the gravel."
Andres Leberle, Technical director: "Our drivers did not show their best form in the qualifying today but I see positives in the fact that we did all practices and were able to try new things from the recent test. We are improving our speed and this is important."