With four races in just 9 days, the GP2 Main Series is ready to enter the final rush for the 2008 title. Teams and drivers are ready to start at Spa-Francorchamps, host of several epic battles and cornerstone moments in the motorsports history.
With four races in just 9 days, the GP2 Main Series is ready to enter the final rush for the 2008 title. Teams and drivers are ready to start at Spa-Francorchamps, host of several epic battles and cornerstone moments in the motorsports history. Trident Racing and drivers Mike Conway and Ho Pin Tung are eager to measure with such an important and special racetrack, in order to put to test their skills, qualities and experience in what have become an unparalleled confrontation bed. The Belgian weekend of the season will start on Friday, with the regular 30-minute testing session, while Qualifying will follow in the afternoon at 16:00. Saturday will host the first race of the weekend, while Race 2 will be starting Sunday Morning at 10:30. All times are GMT+2.
Alessandro Alunni Bravi, Managing Director
"We`re heading back to Spa with our official driver line-up, featuring Ho Pin Tung and Mike Conway. They`ll be called to reverse the disappointing weekend suffered at Valencia, where our results were behind expectation due to a mix of mistakes and unfortunate circumstances. With just two events before the end of the 2008 season, an high speed potential will be vital. We`ll be also trying to concretize any occasion coming out during both Qualifying and the races, when we`ll have to be able to capitalize from our rivals` mistakes too. As the weather is supposed to be bad, with rain falling through the whole weekend, all the teams and drivers will face an additional and even tougher challenge at Spa. Trident Racing will be trusting in the team`s potential, also due to the good performances shown in the past wet rounds at Hockenheim and Silverstone. We`re ready for our Belgian weekend, and we can`t wait to go down on-track to give our staff a well-deserved reward for the hard work done until now, not yet fully repaid in terms of on-track results".