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Trident looking for Opportunities

We get back underway this weekend with round 5 of the FIA Formula 2 Championship. The season has been full of action and for Trident it is the round they are aiming for a points finish. 

This week we are back in Silverstone for what will be the first double header at the iconic British circuit. The race will be named “The 70th Anniversary Grand Prix” in honour of Formula 1’s initial race at Silverstone back in 1952.

Silverstone is famed for variable conditions and despite some clouds through the weekend it actually turned out to be more like Bahrain than Northamptonshire as the car’s and tyre’s struggled with a track temperature of around forty-six degree’s.

Last time out Team Trident’s drivers Roy Nissany and Marino Sato had a tough weekend especially at the start in Qualifying. However, the Sprint race saw the Japanese driver Sato finish 12th overall and he will be hoping to build on that progress as the team look to build on the single point they have thus far in 2020.

Giacomo Ricci, Team Manager said, “Formula 2 will once again star at Silverstone, a hyper-fast, demanding and challenging track. The weather conditions and the possible interventions of the safety cars could shake up the values and make the outcome of the races unpredictable. We will need to find the right vision and analyse what will happen on-track to make the most out of the opportunities that will certainly arise. Our goal is to return to the points zone!”

 

Image Credits: (C) Formula Motorsport Limited

 

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