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Hungaroring awaits Precision Motorsports

Discussion in 'Formula SimRacing' started by Johannes Kunkel, Aug 14, 2010.

  1. After an extended holiday Precision Motorsports have been busy the last couple of weeks, targeting to score strong results in the upcoming FSR Hungary races. Due to the special demands of the circuit, extra measurements have been taken in order to ensure optimal high-downforce settings, which hopefully will see Precision extending their 4-race victory streak in the World Championship on Sunday. Follow our progress throughout the weekend by tuning in for the live broadcasts and following us on Facebook.

    John-Eric Saxen, Precision Motorsports License co-owner commented:
    "Hungaroring offers a vastly different challenge from the recent tracks due to the high-downforce requirements and long sweeping corners. The track requires a lot both from the driver and the car, which ultimately will be measusured during the 70 laps of race, but already qualifying will decide a lot. Provided that qualifying goes better than at Hockenheim, I am optimistic that we can have continue the victory streak in WC, but repeating the same in the other divisions might actually be somewhat harder this time."

    Ondrej Kuncman
    , team manager of Precision Motorsports:
    "We are going to Hungary pretty confident, although as John-Eric said winning all divisions will be difficult as overtaking is uneasy here, so a worse qualifying session could mean chances are over. The main task however is continue in extending our championship leads and avoid any kind of trouble. Specification of Hungaroring is not very different from Monaco, and from racing point of view, we have seen what happened there in lower divisions."

    To follow us during the weekend make sure to check out our Facebook site where you will always get the latest Infos

    Precision Motorsports
    Official Press Release
    written by John-Eric Saxen