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Isaac Tutumlu Seeks Redemption In Hungary
Posted by: newsla on Jul 01, 2014 - 04:16 PM
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Isaac Tutumlu Seeks Redemption In Hungary


After a weekend at the Circuito de Jerez, where nothing worked as expected, Tutumlu and Barzani Racing Team aim at podium just like in Portimao. Hungaroring, a track where Tutumlu has raced three times so far, next stop for the International GT Open.

 

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Isaac Tutumlu and Barzani Racing Team count the hours for the next meeting of the International GT Open, taking place at that awesome Magyar track called Hungaroring. Once again Tutumlu will drive the Chevrolet Corvette C6/ZR1 entered by Selleslagh Racing Team and shared with Belgium´s Maxime Soulet. After a brilliant debut at the Autódromo do Algarve, where Tutumlu took a dominant race win on Saturday and finished third on Sunday, the event in Jerez belied Tutumlu´s hopes as a result of a gearbox problem in race one. Now, for Hungary, as the car is already repaired the team pursues ambitious targets again.

“Thanks to efforts made by Selleslagh Racing Team and Corvette Racing our Chevrolet is now ready for Hungaroring. I know this track, as I participated in the Porsche Supercup there for three seasons. I like it, it has beautiful surroundings and Budapest is such a nice place to visit. To be honest, I have no idea how our Chevrolet will adapt at Hungaroring. But I think it´s more favorable for the Chevy than Jerez”, Tutumlu explains. The Spanish driver of Kurdish descent stresses “our handicap is much better here, so race wins can´t be excluded this time. Jerez was far from good but I have already forgotten that. Now we have to focus on Hungary and other race commitments ahead. We need to collect many points to keep fighting for the title in the International GT Open”.

The timetable for Hungaroring is slightly different, and there is track activity on Thursday as several test sessions take place on that day. As it usually happens two free practice sessions are scheduled on Friday. On Saturday, after both qualifying sessions in the morning, race one starts at 16.00 (CET). Finally on Sunday race two is due to start at 13.00 (CET).

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