Final round WSR 3.5 to Alcaniz. With the drivers' championship in his pocket, Draco flies to Spain to win the Team Standings At the Nurburgring Baguette's dream came true and the Draco team won its eighth European title. Everything went...
Final round WSR 3.5 to Alcaniz. With the drivers' championship in his pocket, Draco flies to Spain to win the Team Standings
At the Nurburgring Baguette's dream came true and the Draco team won its eighth European title. Everything went perfectly, with the victory of race 1 and 5th place in Race 2, the driver of Vervier graduated champion before the end of the season.
The celebration for the victory was postponed at the last round of the 2009 championship to be held in the new Spanish circuit Motorland Aragon, nearby Alcaniz, Aragon. With a length of 5345 meters, the track is a mixture of fast and long straight consisting of 3 courses: speed, karting and on land, more space for exhibitions, events, concerts, a true "Ciudad del Motor ", as it is called in Spain.
For the second time during the season, the World Series by Renault drivers will face a completely new circuit where no one has yet been able to run. Still at stake the Team Championship, where Draco is in head with +11 points from Carlin. And in a certainly very positive year, in Spain the Draco team still has a thirst for victory.
The weekend will begin with free practice on Friday and then the qualifying on Saturday just before race 1. Sundays at 14 will begin the last round of 2009 and may also be declared the winning team. Bertrand Baguette, already champion, said he wanted to give his best in Spain to help his team to win the title and maybe add another trophy in his "shelf" already full. Marco Barba can play at home, with more than 200 supporters announced who will reach into the circuit to root for their driver, and the Spaniard certainly not disappoint them.
A very exciting last round, then, this at Alcaniz, with a big party for Draco scheduled in the paddock on Sunday afternoon.