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Isaakyan Doubles In Red Bull Ring, First Podium For Rovera… De Vries Still Leads
Posted by: newsla on May 25, 2014 - 01:40 PM
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Isaakyan Doubles In Red Bull Ring, First Podium For Rovera… De Vries Still Leads


Twice in pole position twice on top podium step. This is the fabulous score in Red Bull Ring for the Russian Matevos Isaakyan. Just above 16 year-old, at his second occasion in the Formula Renault 2.0 ALPS, the very young driver of JD Motorsport seized Race 2 as well having ruled from start to finish. Behind him the Italian Alessio Rovera (Cram Motorsport) managed his first ever podium in the Fast Lane Promotion Series, after his P6 on Sunday. Than the Dutch Nyck de Vries. In Austria, the talented driver of Koiranen GP had to “settle” for two third places after having ruled the two opening rounds in Imola and Pau. Another step though for the Championship where he is still the overall leader ahead of Isaakyan and of his team mate George Russell. The English always fought for top positions and ended up fifth, right behind Charles Leclerc from Monaco.

 

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The Report. Isaakyan is once more the quickest at the start as he was on Saturday. Another good start is the Rovera’s one who slips by de Vries and takes second. Behind the trio Russell and Leclerc. Al lap 8 a drive trough is committed to D’Agosto while he was in P7. Further penalties are also awarded to James Allen and Marek Boeckmann. Almost at the same time, Leclerc overtakes both Russell and de Vries (who than is fourth). De Vries tries with no success to strike back. Only a very last attempt allows the Dutch to grab the podium. Under the chequered flag Isaakyan is first with just 5 tenths ahead of Rovera. To be pointed out the impressive recovery of Simon Gachet from P23 to P7 in the tail of Bosak. Once more a positive race for Dario Capitanio that is once more eight overall as in Race 1 just ahead of Luke Chudleigh and Martin Kodric.

«I really wasn’t expecting such a perfect weekend. - it was Isaakyan’s comment - After the Race 1 victory I thought the double would have been very hard. But, I’m still here on top podium’s step».

The next Formula Renault 2.0 ALPS venue is scheduled in two weeks time, on the 7/8 June weekend, on the fast and charming Belgian Spa-Francorchamps circuit.


Race 1 (top 5): 1. Matevos Isaakyan RUS (JD Motorsport) 16 laps in 25’57”031; 2. George Russell GBR (Koiranen GP) 2”253; 3. Nyck de Vries NED (Koiranen GP) 2”911; 4. Charles Leclerc MC (Fortec Motorsports) 3”731; 5. Luke Chudleigh CAN (Tech 1 Racing) 7”742.

Race 2 (top 5): 1. Matevos Isaakyan RUS (JD Motorsport) 18 laps in 27’44”629; 2. Alessio Rovera ITA (Cram Motorsport) 0”569; 3. Nyck de Vries NED (Koiranen GP) 4”029; 4. Charles Leclerc MC (Fortec Motorsports) 5”597; 5. George Russell GBR (Koiranen GP) 5”974.

Championship (top 10): 1. Nyck de Vries NED (Koiranen GP) 130; 2. Matevos Isaakyan RUS (JD Motorsport) 68; 3. George Russell GBR (Koiranen GP) 65; 4. Simon Gachet FRA (Arta Engineering) 62; 5. Charles Leclerc MC (Fortec Motorsports) 50; 6. Alessio Rovera ITA (Cram Motorsport) 26; 7. Alex Bosak POL e Andrew Tang SIN (Prema Powerteam) 24; 9. Dario Capitanio ITA (BVM Racing) e Sebastien Morris GBR (Fortec Motorsports) 23.


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