PREMA Racing is geared up for the upcoming FIA Formula 2 Championship at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya this weekend. The Spanish circuit has undergone a new configuration, replacing the previous chicane with a fast corner in the third sector.
Following two immensely successful weekends at Baku and Monte Carlo. Ollie Bearman, showcased his dominance in Azerbaijan by commanding all sessions.
Meanwhile, Frederik Vesti secured his second feature race victory in Monaco, propelling him to the top of the Driver Championship standings. Vesti has already tasted success in Barcelona, having achieved his first F2 podium finish there last year.
However, the weekend at Barcelona might bring some weather variability with uncertain forecasts over the race weekend.
Rene Rosin, the Team Principal of PREMA Racing, expressed his optimism heading into the Barcelona race weekend and acknowledged the team’s positive momentum.
“We are definitely in a positive moment and we want to keep riding that momentum into Barcelona. We feel we are in a very good spot, but we know how fast momentum can shift so, as we always say, never rely on the past. We keep pushing, team and drivers. I’m very interested to see how Ollie and Frederik will perform on a track where we have recently experienced a three-day test. For sure, with so much known, we will need perfect execution on every detail, and maximize every variable, in order to prevail.”
PREMA will be aiming to maintain its winning form and continue its march towards the championship in FIA Formula 2.
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