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Worldseries by Renault - Valencia – Race 1 Full house for Epsilon Euskadi!

05.06.2005: Worldseries by Renault - Valencia – Race 1 Full house for Epsilon Euskadi!


The Epsilon Euskadi team pulled off the first ever one-two in the World Series by Renault. Starting from pole position, local driver Felix Porteiro never let his team mate Robert Kubica seriously trouble him. The final place on the podium went to Australian Will Power (Carlin Motorsport).

Eric Salignon (Cram) stalled at the beginning of the formation lap and as a result had to start the race from the back of the grid. Felix Porteiro and Robert Kubica had no difficulty therefore in taking the lead. Colin Fleming (Jenzer) lost several places as a result of a skirmish with the gravel pit, whereas the race came to a premature end for Medhi Bennani (Avelon), who got stuck in the gravel.

Neck and neck, the two Epsilon Euskadi Formula Renault 3.5 cars quickly moved several lengths ahead of Will Power (Carlin), Adrian Valles (Pons), Simon Pagenaud (Saulnier), Andreas Zuber (Carlin), Markus Winkelhock (Draco), Tristan Gommendy (KTR), Patrick Pilet (Jenzer) and Jaap Van Lagen (KTR). The top 10 broke away from a second group led by Alx Danielsson (DAMS). Van Lagen put his car in an impressive 360° spin on the second lap, but he regained control and was able to continue the race.

After three laps, the first five had built up a clear lead over the chasing pack. Fleming had made a fine comeback, as he had already moved up to 10th position. Markus Winkelhock made a costly mistake that lost him five places, whilst Andreas Zuber was forced to bring his car back to the Pit lane and out of the race, victim of a mechanical failure.

Felix Porteiro established a one second lead over his team mate Robert Kubica. The Polish driver continued to be under threat from Power, Valles and Pagenaud. Gommendy, Pilet, Danielson, Fleming and Toccacelo made up the provisional top 10.

The fight for places was still as fierce as ever in the main field: Montanari (Draco), winner at Monaco, moved past La Rosa (Interwetten.com) to take 12th place, whilst Van Lagen got the better of Pavlovic (GD Racing). Raffaele Giammaria (DAMS) continued to make progress on his World Series learning curve, but the Italian’s race came to a premature end on lap 8 in the gravel pit. Indian driver Karun Chandhok (RC Motorsport) put in a fine performance, managing to overtake Celso Miguez (Pons) and then Ryo Fukuda (Saulnier)!

Tristan Gommendy made an error that allowed his fellow countryman, Patrick Pilet, to move past him into 6th place. On lap 14 of 19, the race lost another two drivers: Tomas Kostka (Victory Engineering) and Giorgio Mondini (Eurointernational).

These two retirements were the last incidents in a race won by the Epsilon Euskadi team!

Felix Porteiro: "It’s very special to get my first race win of the season at home. The most important thing here was to get the pole for the sprint race. When I saw that Salignon had stalled, I thought that that would make things easier. After that, it was a good race, even though I had a lot of oversteer at the end."

Robert Kubica: "This is a good result for the championship and an excellent result for the team. The car was understeering a lot of the time and that affected the performance. We need to confirm our good form in the second race – race tactics will be extremely important."

Will Power: "The car was quick enough for me to get pole, but I made one or two mistakes. It was a good race, it’s nice to finish on the podium after a disastrous weekend at Zolder and my poor result in qualifying at Monaco. I can aim for 5th place in the second race."

 

Race 1

1 F.PORTEIRO ESP Epsilon Euskadi 19 26'46.474

2 R.KUBICA POL Epsilon Euskadi 19 26'47.621 1,147

3 W.POWER AUS Carlin Motorsport 19 26'48.448 1,974

4 A.VALLES ESP Pons Racing 19 26'49.077 2,603

5 S.PAGENAUD FRA DHG Saulnier Racing 19 26'50.018 3,544

6 P.PILET FRA Jenzer Motorsport 19 26'55.710 9,236

7 T.GOMMENDY FRA KTR 19 26'56.438 9,964

8 A.DANIELSSON SWE Dams 19 26'58.447 11,973

9 C.FLEMING USA Jenzer Motorsport 19 27'00.016 13,542

10 E.TOCCACELO ITA Victory Engineering 19 27'00.660 14,186

11 M.WINKELHOCK GER Draco Multiracing Usa 19 27'01.399 14,925

12 C.MONTANARI SMR Draco Multiracing Usa 19 27'01.842 15,368

13 D.LA ROSA GER Interwetten 19 27'04.110 17,636

14 J.VAN LAGEN NED KTR 19 27'06.021 19,547

15 M.PAVLOVIC YUG GD Racing 19 27'07.854 21,38

16 K.CHANDHOK IND RC Motorsport 19 27'08.357 21,883

17 R.FUKUDA JPN DHG Saulnier Racing 19 27'11.934 25,46

18 C.MIGUEZ ESP Pons Racing 19 27'22.467 35,993

19 F.VERVISH BEL GD Racing 19 27'22.806 36,332

20 D.PASINI FRA Cram Competition 19 27'35.178 48,704

21 G.TEDESCHI ITA RC Motorsport 19 27'36.381 49,907

22 I.BELLAROSA ITA Avelon Formula 19 27'44.432 57,958

23 E.SALIGNON FRA Cram Competition 17 24'57.365 2 laps

NC G.MONDINI ITA Eurointernational 13 18'52.750 6 laps

NC T.KOSTKA CZE Victory Engineering 13 19'23.792 6 laps

NC R.GIAMMARIA ITA Dams 7 10'23.519 12 laps

NC A.ZUBER AUT Carlin Motorsport 3 4'33.921 16 laps

NC M.BENNANI MAR Avelon Formula


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