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Test Pace Gives Bratt Hope Of Maiden F2 Win At Spa

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Will Bratt heads to Belgium this weekend for the third round of the FIA Formula Two Championship, with a recent timesheet-topping test performance giving him the hope of finally scoring his maiden win in the category.

After a frustrating start to the season for the TCF blogger, the 23-year-old set the pace at the recent official test at the Snetterton 300 circuit. Bratt was half a second quicker than anyone else, the kind of form he will look to repeat at Spa-Francorchamps.

“Spa is definitely one of the events I'm looking forward to the most this year,” said Will, “We went really well in testing at Snetterton so the aim is to go to Belgium, deliver a knock-out punch and get right back into the championship.”

Although he has shown his pace so far this season, results have been hard to come by and Bratt lies seventh in the standings after the opening two rounds.

“We were quick at Silverstone and should have been quick at Magny-Cours as well but it went wrong there – that was a blip though, I'm confident of a good run at Spa next weekend. It's a great track and there are some awesome corners, I'm looking forward to it and sure we'll do well.”

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