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FORMULA RENAUL 2.0 - Estoril – Race 2 Clairay returns to winning form

FORMULA RENAUL 2.0 - Estoril – Race 2 Clairay returns to winning form

02.10.2005: FORMULA RENAUL 2.0 - Estoril – Race 2 Clairay returns to winning form


Yann Clairay (SG Formula) clinched his second win of the season in Portugal. The French driver was joined on the podium by home crowd favourite Filipe Albuquerque (Motopark Oschersleben) and Carlo Van Dam (SG Formula). Although Michael Ammermüller is still the leader, Kamui Kobayashi's (Prema Power Team) fourth place ensures that the Eurocup title race will be decided at the season's final round, in Monza.

Yann Clairay took full advantage of his pole position to get away to the best start. The Frenchman went into the first corner ahead of Filipe Albuquerque, who had moved past Kamui Kobayashi. Despite starting on the front row, Carlo Van Dam was back in fourth, in front of Alan Hellmeister and Michael Ammermüller. The fight for places in the main field was fierce: Romain Grosjean (SG Formula) came off worst when he clashed with Xavier Maasen (JD Motorsport).

Kobayashi overtook Albuquerque, whilst Ammermüler moved into 5th place. Adrian Zaugg (Jenzer Motorsport) went into a spectacular 360° spin onto the grass, but the South African was able to stay in the race. That was when the safety car came out onto the track.

The race got underway again after three laps. Kobayashi tried to get past on braking but Clairay managed to stay in front, thanks to being on the inside of the corner. Kobayashi fell back two places in the process, Albuquerque and Van Dam benefiting from his slip! Just behind, Dima Raikhlin lost a wheel when he ran over the rear wing Hellmeister's car, who was able to continue racing!

Ammermüller also suffered badly in the restart, as he fell back to 9th place, behind Hellmeister (JD Motorsport), Maasen and Rocha (Prema Power Team)!

Clairay finally managed to put some daylight between himself and Albuquerque, Dan Dam, Kobayashi and Hellmeister, who was hanging in there, in spite of his damaged rear wing. However, race officials decided, given the risk that the wing might come off, to order the Brazilian to come into the pits by showing him the black flag with the orange circle.

Adrian Zaugg and Michael Ammermüller picked up drive-through penalties, for not complying with the minimum distance between cars whilst the safety car was out and for overtaking whilst the safety car was out, respectively. But they did not come in as required and were thus excluded from the final race standings. This allowed Jérôme d'Ambrosio (Euronova Racing), Daniel Serra (Cram Compétition) and Julien Jousse (SG Formula) to move up the race order.

But d'Ambrosio and Serra came together on the penultimate lap. The ensuing battle was adjudged to be unsporting by the Race Stewards, who decided to exclude Serra from the final race standings. Junior Strous (Mr. Glow Motorsport), Bertrand Baguette (Epsilon Euskadi) and David Oberlé (Team Jenzer) all moved up into the points.

Yann Clairay: «It was a very good weekend for me. I got off to a good start, but it was more difficult at the restart, when the safety car moved over. I then pushed hard for three laps to move clear of my rivals and was able to control proceedings to the end.»

Filipe Albuquerque: «This was a very difficult race. I made a mistake which allowed Kobayashi to overtake me, but I then managed to get past him again. After that, I tried to catch Yann but he was too quick.»

Carlo Van Dam: «It was an exciting race. If I look back over the weekend, the assessment would be that I did well in qualifying but that I lost a place in each race. I hope to finish the season with a win in Monza.»

- Blanca de Foronda -

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