Trident Need Points in Spa
Formula 2 returns this weekend with the seventh round in Belgium.
Both Trident drivers have shown good form in their recent outings, and the team want to get into the top ten and score points in Spa.
The previous round at Barcelona saw Roy Nissany show good pace which makes the team more confident going into a new round of triple headers. The driver from Tel-Aviv has scored two fastest laps this season and came 12th in the Sprint Race in Spain.
Meanwhile, Marino Sato is continuing to learn about the series, with his pace better in qualifying than the race. The Japanese driver is learning about the car and tyre management during the races.
Trident team manager, Giacomo Ricci, said: “Formula 2 will be back at Spa-Francorchamps next weekend, on one of the most fascinating and demanding circuits of the season. Weather conditions in the Ardennes are often extremely changeable. It will be essential and prepared should the right opportunities arise. Our drivers are showing great signs of growth, it will be important for them to put their potential to fruition.”
The Belgian circuit is the longest of the season at 7,004 km of length. It’s the weather conditions that often play a crucial role in determining the outcome of the races, rain can fall suddenly in the Ardennes, and it’s not uncommon for part of the track to be wet while other parts are dry.
Trident has prepared the team and the drivers for the third triple-header of the season as Formula 2 starts again.
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