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Will Bratt Ready For Oschersleben Challenge

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Almost 5 weeks after the previous FIA Formula 2 event at Brands Hatch, the action re-starts in Germany, at the Oschersleben circuit for the penultimate race of the season. And for fourth place man, Brit Will Bratt there is the added challenge of learning a brand new circuit, aswell as chasing third place man Philipp Eng, and also keeping Sergei Afanasiev and Benjamin Bailly at bay.

“I’m looking forward to getting to grips with the Oscherleben track as it’s a new circuit for me and will be quite a challenge”, said Will,in a press release. “We’ve also had some time during the break from the last race to re-look at the brake pedal position in the car which has been a problem for me because of my height. This has been changed now though so should be better for the last two events of the year.”

In his debut season, Bratt has impressed, with three podiums under his belt, half a dozen top six finishes and two other top 10 results, he has consistently been at the sharp end but he's still awaiting the elusive first victory in the championship.

“The goal is the same as always, to win races. I therefore want to go into the weekend aiming to perfect my own performance and the results should follow. We’ve been denied a few wins this season so it would be great to set the record straight and walk away from the year as the strongest driver over the last few races on the calendar.”

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