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Bad Luck Hampers Ghiotto On Day 2 Of Jerez FRenault 3.5 Testing
Posted by: newsla on Mar 26, 2014 - 11:58 AM
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Bad Luck Hampers Ghiotto On Day 2 Of Jerez FRenault 3.5 Testing

Luca Ghiotto had to cope with quite an unlucky second day of F.Renault 3.5 testing in Jerez. On the Spanish track, the Italian driver lined-up by Draco Racing was hampered by different issues that prevented him from getting a clear lap on fresh tyres: in the morning session his only run was brought to an halt because of a yellow flag waved after Will Stevens got stranded in Turn 3, while in the afternoon a brake issue forced him to abort his second try and return to the pit-lane.


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The issues limited Ghiotto’s running to 38 laps, but despite that the youngster from Vicenza managed to post some very good performances on very used tyres. Tomorrow Luca will get back on track for the last day of testing before the start of the season in Monza, set for 12-13 April.

Luca Ghiotto: S1 – P18; S2 – P15
“I had quite an odd day. All in all I’m satisfied with my pace on used tyres and with job we did in that respect, but on the other hand I have no idea on what I could have done on new rubber. That’s becaused I was forced to abort both my tries, in the morning due to a yellow flag and in the afternoon due to some issues with the brakes. Luckily, this means that I have three new sets still available, and that tomorrow I’ll have the opportunity to try at least a couple of low-fuel runs”.

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