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Season finale preview

Discussion in 'Formula SimRacing' started by Johannes Kunkel, Oct 30, 2010.

  1. After a stellar season filled with victories, Precision Motorsports is approaching the last of the last rounds of Formula SimRacing with open minds, with the race held at the newbuilt Abu Dhabi circuit. The team has yet to secure the World Series driver's title, which Mattias Stahre and Cyril Werdmuller will be battling for in the remaining two rounds, due to the Hungaroring schedule. In World Championship, the Precision team #2 looks forward towards challenging Twister-Racing for the second place in the championship as well, with just three points separating.

    John-Eric Saxen, license co-owner commented:
    "It's always interesting approaching a new race track, you never know on beforehand what is waiting for you in there. The track itself seems to be pretty appalling aside from the nice graphics, but that doesn't prevent our kid department to impress apparently. After some struggle with the setup the right balance regarding downforce was found, but it's too early to predict how the race weekend will shape up exactly."

    Ondrej Kuncman, team manager commented:
    "The final weekend of the season will undoubtedly offer a lot of excitement. The fight for P2 in constructors will certainly be an interesting one, as well as fight of the title in WS. We have nothing to lose really as P2 in constructors goes beyond any plans, but we will certainly try very hard. The track is fairly similar to Singapore, just with more straights, therefore lower wings. Our car isn't perfect and I wouldn't be surprised if Twister had a small advantage on us again. But it's race results that matter so we can go into the race confident."



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    Precision Motorsports
    Official Press Release
    written by John-Eric Saxen
    www.precision-motorsports.de