Roy had an excellent fifth qualifying time and moved up the starting grid by one position due to a driver’s exclusion.
Nissany moved ahead and gained the 3rd position already on the opening lap. By keeping up his fast round times and driving a very strong race Roy managed to claim his first podium and moved several places up the racing ladder.
“It’s great to be on the podium, it’s been a long time! The weekend got off to a very good start and we have done a great, really great job working as a team to develop the car. After lacking seat time during the winter, I have adapted and we have progressed ever since. The first points at Budapest and now a podium, onwards and upwards!”, said Roy.