Vesti with strength

The Danish has the speed, the intelligence and the capacity to overtake and gain back lost positions at the start

Again Frederik Vesti (Prema Powerteam), but this time not with a good start that makes him loose first position, benefiting his teammate Enzo Fittipaldi and also Igor Fraga (DR Formula by RP Motorsport), who gains second position taking advantage of the battle between the two leaders.  

But the Danish this weekend seems to have no rivals, and actually this seems to be the case since four wins in a row, and a pace that is more than 2 tenths faster than any other competitor. Vesti catches up quickly on Fittipaldi and in a few laps goes from almost 2 seconds to 8 tenths from the Brazilisn. At this point an off track by Alexandre Bardinon (Van Amersfoort Racing) due to the rear right tyre coming off requests the entry of the safety car. The remaining tenths of a second of advantage are lost by Fittipaldi, and at the restart it takes a few curves for Vesti to take first position. The Brazilian also looses second position to Fraga, trying to keep first being external on the curve to Vesti and so going out of track with two wheels



Great recovery by Sophia Floersch (Van Amersfoort Racing), who from last position battles like a lioness and ends sixth.

On the podium also David Schumacher (US Racing) who in the last lap is clever and strong to obtain the best position and overtake his teammate Marcos Siebert.

Tomorrow race 2 will start at 9:40 and race 3 at 16.10. I twill be possible to follow the two races live on and AutomotoTV and streaming on and the Facebook page of the Championship.