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A Weekend To Forget For Luca Ghiotto At The Nurburgring
Posted by: newsla on Jul 13, 2014 - 05:46 PM
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A Weekend To Forget For Luca Ghiotto At The Nurburgring

The German round of the 2014 World Series by Renault 3.5 won't be a good one to remember for Luca Ghiotto. After being forced to retire on Saturday, he had faced some unexpected trouble in Qualifying 2, ending up 15th on a wet and slippery track .


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When the conditions changed back to dry for Race 2 though, his day took a pretty positive turn also thanks to a good start that saw Luca avoid some fist-lap contacts and emerge in 8th place. Unfortunately, his car stalled during the mandatory pit-stop and that cost him tons of time.

After re-firing and getting back on-track at the back of the pack, Luca set a great pace, lapping on the same times of the frontrunners and confirming his potential. The next round of the World Series Renault will be at the Hungaroring in September, on a track where Luca already raced last year in the Formula Renault Eurocup.

Luca Ghiotto - Q2: P15 - G2: P15
"It's a pity because my start had been good and I was able to gain many spots. In addition to that, the pace was quick and I showed it in the latter stages. Unfortunately my car stalled at the pit-stop, and any chance to recover disappeared. After the bad luck at the Nurburgring, I hope for a smoother run in Hungary..."

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