Andy Priaulx had a tough time in the third round of the FIA World Touring Car Cup in Slovakiaring, but is always looking forward and working hard to maximise any opportunities. After a difficult qualifying on Friday he said: “We were not in the best situation, but we were working hard to learn the track and work out how to close the gap to the competition. It was onwards and upwards and we had to concentrate on the races, but sadly we didn’t get the results we were hoping for.” At the end of the three races on Sunday, the triple world champion finished 21st in race one in his Cyan Racing-prepared Lynk & Co 03 TCR, 18th in race two and then 22nd in race three. His comment at the end of the weekend was: “We could see from the outset that it wasn’t going to be our weekend, but we kept fighting until the end and brought the cars home undamaged.” After this disappointing weekend at the 5.922 kilometre (3.680 mile) Slovakiaring, Andy is looking forward to one of his favourite tracks, Zandvoort in The Netherlands.
Image from Cyan Racing.