Adrian Zaugg 8th Johnny Cecotto Jr. 13th Trident Racing managed to take both cars to the end in Race 2 of the 7th GP2 Main Series Round of the year, as both Adrian Zaugg and Johnny Cecotto Jr. could successfully see the checkered flag at ...
Adrian Zaugg 8th
Johnny Cecotto Jr. 13th
Trident Racing managed to take both cars to the end in Race 2 of the 7th GP2 Main Series Round of the year, as both Adrian Zaugg and Johnny Cecotto Jr. could successfully see the checkered flag at Budapest.
No mistake came by the drivers, as they improved their positions from the start and completed a good comeback thanks to a really strong pace. Ad the GP2 Main Series approaches its summer break, three weeks are left before landing at Spa-Francorchamps. The Belgian track is set to revive action on the final weekend of August.
Adrian Zaugg. "Today's race has been pretty linear. I had a good start, and then I lapped on the same times as the cars I had in front. I did not lose time, and even had a good chance to improve my position without taking any risk. One pass stood out though, ad I moved on one of the Arden cars on the outside of turn 2. The car's performance has been better than yesterday, and that's a proof of the great job done."
Johnny Cecotto Jr. "My start has been good. At the first corner it's been a real mess, but I came out of it in one piece, like on turn 2. Once again, I had Arabadzhiev and Gonzalez in front of me. Two laps later I moved on Arabadzhiev, but Gonzalez kept closing the door as I lost a lot of time. When I finally made my way through, my laptimes improved, but with 7 laps to go I made a mistake, ending up off-line and collecting a lot of debris. At that point, the car became so twitchy that I decided to just cruise through the finish."
-source: trident racing