Trident Show Positive Pace at Monza
Trident drivers Roy Nissany and Marino Sato showed positive pace at the end of a comeback race where they finished 11th and 14th respectively.
Despite not making into the points, the Trident teammates showed a solid pace.
Roy Nissany started 19th and came 11th despite a ten-second penalty for touching another car at the first chicane. The penalty, just like in the Feature Race, affected the Tel-Aviv drivers balance.
Marino Sato showed positive race pace at times but didn’t show any high moments in the middle of the pack. The Japanese driver finished 14th after starting from 20th.
Trident Team Manager, Giacomo Ricci, said: “We expressed an appreciable level of performance at Monza, but we were not able to turn it into solid points. Nissany made a brilliant comeback from P19 to P11 despite being hit by a ten-second penalty. Sato delivered a consistent race in the middle of the pack, moving up from P20 to P14.”
Formula 2 will now head to Mugello circuit for the first time, remaining in Italy as the team focus on the new challenge.
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