Adrian Zaugg 17th Edoardo Piscopo 24th The 9th round of the 2010 GP2 Main Series kicked-off today at Monza, in what has always been a special frame to Trident Racing. At the Italian Grand Prix, the home squad also announced a new deal to line-up...
Adrian Zaugg 17th
Edoardo Piscopo 24th
The 9th round of the 2010 GP2 Main Series kicked-off today at Monza, in what has always been a special frame to Trident Racing. At the Italian Grand Prix, the home squad also announced a new deal to line-up an Italian racer, Edoardo Piscopo, who stepped in to replace Johnny Cecotto Jr.
The weekend's schedule provided some early action in Qualifying, where Adrian Zaugg ended up in 17th, and Edoardo Piscopo finished 7 further spots back. The session was red-flagged with 5 minutes to go due to an off-track exit.
The Italian Grand Prix Schedule is set to continue tomorrow, with the running of Race 1 at 3:40 PM. Race 2 is starting on Sunday at 10:35. TV Coverage will be provided by Italian National Network RAI.
Edoardo Piscopo. "Today has been really intense for me, as it was my first time racing a GP2 Main Series car. In Practice, I lost some valuable time after being hit by another car at Roggia, and I didn't complete all the scheduled work. In Qualifying I didn't run good, but it's better to keep it real while facing such a strong opposition for the first time. I know I can improve on each lap, starting from tomorrow's race 1".
Adrian Zaugg. "Qualifying today has been really difficult. I like Monza a lot, and I raced here on many junior championships. I expected some great results, but a really heavy understeer situation conditioned the session's outcome, which hasn't been great at all. At Monza, comebacks are not impossible but, on the other hand, you need some good performance, especially in straightline speed. I hope I'll have what it takes on tomorrow's race 1."
-source: trident racing