Joel Camathias had an intense and positive German weekend. Swiss GT driver, Joel Camathias (26), alongside his Briton team-mates, Paul Daniels and Dave Cox, sharing the wheels of James Watt Automotive ...
Joel Camathias had an intense and positive German weekend.
Swiss GT driver, Joel Camathias (26), alongside his Briton team-mates, Paul Daniels and Dave Cox, sharing the wheels of James Watt Automotive # 95 Porsche 997 GT3 RSR, finished eleventh in the GT2 Class at the Le Mans Series 1000 Km race of Nürburgring.
This result has to be considered a good starting point for the rest of the season. JWA squad finished a challenging and hard race, then they are still very focused to better their performances in the second part of the Le Mans Series.
"Of course we had to improve our pace, but now after finishing a tough race like the 1000 Km race of Nürburgring, we have quite a lot of information to do that. A big thanks to JWA squad for the hard work of this weekend as well as to my team- mates Paul [Daniels] and Dave [Cox] and to Pirelli for supplying us with such of competitive tyres."
FIA GT, July, 2nd , Spa test day: test report.
Straight after the Le Mans Series Nürburgring race, JWA squad with his drivers, Joel Camathias, Paul Daniels and Dave Cox went to Spa for a FIA GT official test day. Confirming what reported from the LMS German race, Joel has continued to work with JWA engineer on car set-up, and at the end of the day they finished on top of the GT2 Class with a lap time of 2:28.060.
We will see Joel back in action with Autorlando-Sport squad on July, 14th and 15th, at the third weekend of the International GT Open at Magny-Cours (France).
-credit: -Joel Camathias Racing-