After ending up qualifying 1 in eleventh place, Nissany delivered a spectacular start too, rebounding up to the sixth position during the opening lap. In the following tight battles, he was forced to give back two positions but went for an outstanding move on Celis to reclaim the seventh spot. Teams and drivers of the Formula V8 3.5 won’t have too much time to rest before lining-up next weekend at the Hungaroring circuit in Budapest…

Roy Nissany (#4) Q2 P11 – Race 2 P7
Starting from the same place, same result as yesterday, which is quiet ironic. I’m not fully satisfied, I feel we have something to gain in qualifying. The car was ok, as well as the balance. I didn’t feel bad. It was the first time we were in mid downforce trim from the test, which is not my favourite one, but I could manage it and did some overtakes as well. I’d say we survived this week-end with both races in points, now let’s wait for the next round in Budapest”.

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