Roy Nissany has conceded that his weekend in Hungary didn’t live up to expectations after he failed to score a point at the Hungaroring.
The Israeli finished in P19 and P18 over the two races as his team mate Ayumu Iwasa delivered a superb third place in Race 2.
The DAMS driver currently sits 17th is the standings and explained that a few gremlins have crept in over the past races which have hindered Nissany in the last few rounds: “It was a disappointing weekend for me at my home race, we’ve been having a few issues that have hampered me for a couple of events.”
The 27-year-old also said that despite the lacklustre results he had strong pace and he is anticipating the final four rounds of the season.
“Despite this, our race pace was good, unfortunately we got hit in the Sprint Race, which took us completely out of contention but we had strong speed.
“Today it didn’t quite happen for us so we will look to work hard over the break and bounce back for the last few races of the season.”
Nissany has scored points on six occasions with a best finish of fourth place during the Sprint Race at Imola.
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