Virtuosi’s Jack Doohan says he is heading to Round 11 of the 2022 FIA Formula 2 season in Belgium aiming for two finishes in the top five.
“I would like to get a win in Spa for sure, especially as it’s getting to that point in the season, and a solid points haul from two races inside the top five ideally,” Australian Doohan said, adding: “If we could get a podium and a win, or a win and a top-five finish I would be more than happy!”
However, misfortune has also played it’s part, leaving the Alpine Academy Driver ninth in the Drivers’ Standings.
This weekend’s trip to Spa-Francorchamps marks the start of a triple header, which could make or break each drivers’ season, and Doohan is “very excited” to go to the classic Spa circuit.
“I’m very excited to be racing at Spa-Francorchamps this year, it’s one of my favourite circuits, especially on this year’s calendar,” the 19-year-old said.
Doohan has every reason to be confident, after scoring two victories in Formula 3 in 2021 for Trident, where he also started the Feature Race from pole position.
With just 12-points separating Doohan in ninth to Enzo Fittipaldi who is fourth in the Drivers’ Standings, a strong weekend in Spa could set the Australian on course for a top five finish in the championship.
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