TRIDENT RACING ITALIAN DEBUT Just few days before Imola, the first of the Itwo italian GP2 Series events, the whole personnel at Trident Racing is working hard to achieve a positive result in front of the home public and guests. What follows are...
TRIDENT RACING ITALIAN DEBUT
Just few days before Imola, the first of the Itwo italian GP2 Series events, the whole personnel at Trident Racing is working hard to achieve a positive result in front of the home public and guests. What follows are some quotes about the home race from managers and drivers
Maurizio Salvadori - Team Owner
"In Spain I saw what I was expecting: a good team with massive improvement potential. As a consequence we are satisfied about what we did at Valencia but we are very determined and conscious that in Imola we can target a podium finish".
Alessandro Alunni Bravi - Team Principal
"We are quite satisfied about the first two races results, because of the potential featured by the team and the drivers. But we know we must do a great job to achieve the results we want: in Imola we will get further developments on the cars and all the team members are committed to deliver a good performance for the first of the two italian races. The Santerno circuit is a true technical reference for the entire championship and the right place to start understanding the values of both drivers and teams. Then the San Marino Grand Prix is the first race of the season we do together with Formula 1, which means a unique and incomparable exhibition for GP2 Series and an occasion to make our sponsors and partners living an unforgettable weekend".
Gimmi Bruni # 26
"I'm pleased to race on an Italian track with an Italian team. I hope to improve in Imola the fairly good result of Valencia, my aim being always to finish in the top five. I'm looking forward to get back at the wheel for this new challenge, which is even more interesting because of the new "variante alta", the modified chicane now even more demanding for the brakes. I know I will have an improved car and all the team effort at my disposal. So I will get everything I need to do well".
Andreas Zuber # 27
"In Spain the team did a perfect job giving me a great car. We had bad luck so I was not able to do what I could do. I don't know the Imola circuit but I will deliver my best hoping in a top eight finish at the end of race one. If this will be the case I will start for a podium finish for race two. I know it will not be easy but I am strongly committed for this result".