Draco Multiracing USA Le Mans test preview

When there's one month to the first race of the championship, Draco Multiracing USA moves to the French circuit of Le Mans - Bugatti, to take part in the Renault World Series collective test of Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd April. For...

When there's one month to the first race of the championship, Draco Multiracing USA moves to the French circuit of Le Mans - Bugatti, to take part in the Renault World Series collective test of Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd April.

For the first time, the drivers Markus Winkelhock and Christian Montanari will alternate at the steering-wheel of the new FR 3.5 single-seater. In fact, Saturday and Sunday Draco Multiracing USA - as the other Teams - will have at disposal only one car to test and to continue the training in view of the first race in Zolder (Belgium).

At this moment, Renault is completing the second car delivery: the second FR3.5 will be on track the next common test of 12th-13th April in Valencia.

The new FR 3.5 single-seater

New-born Renault Sport single-seater, the Formula Renault 3.5 will be the "vedette" of the World Series by Renault 2005. "Eldest sister" of the Formula Renault 2.0, this car is designed to prepare the drivers for the high level of motorsport: GP2 Series or Formula 1. This car is provided with high technologies, as the F1 type steering wheel with paddle gear changers. The clutch pedal is disappeared and the drivers brakes with the left foot. The engine V6 3500 cm3, developed in collaboration with Nissan Motorsport, does more than 300 km/h. At this speed, the drivers can count on the carbon brakes...

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Series Formula V8 3.5
Drivers Markus Winkelhock