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ART Grand Prix’s Grégoire Saucy Concludes FRECA’s Barcelona Test On Top

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Credit: Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine

Grégoire Saucy hit the top of the timesheets on the second day of the second Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine pre-season test at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on Friday.

The ART Grand Prix driver set the best time of the whole test on Friday morning, his 1:40.208 just 0.056 seconds clear of day one pacesetter Patrik Pasma of KIC Motorsport

Six different teams filled the top six places, with Prema Powerteam’s Mercedes-Benz protégé Paul Aron ending the day third quickest behind Saucy and Pasma, with Arden’s Alex Quinn, R-ace GP’s Isack Hadjar and MP Motorsport’s Kas Haverkort all close behind – just 0.179 second separated the leading six!

William Alatalo ensured there were two Arden cars inside the top seven, while MP Motorsport ended with three cars inside the top nine, Franco Colapinto ending just ahead of team-mate Oliver GøtheVan Amersfoort Racing completed the top ten with Francesco Pizzi.

R-ace GP’s Hadrien David, who had been fastest on both test days last week at the Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari, missed out on a place inside the top ten on day two in Spain by finishing the day eleventh, just ahead of FA Racing’s Andrea Rosso and Prema Powerteam’s Dino Beganovic.

ART Grand Prix’s Thomas Ten Brinke was fourteenth, just 0.555 seconds behind team-mate Saucy, while Van Amersfoort Racing’s second representative, Lorenzo Fluxá, placed fifteenth ahead of Prema’s David Vidales and KIC Motorsport’s Elias Seppänen

The top twenty was rounded out by JD Motorsport’s Eduardo Barrichello, ART Grand Prix’s Gabriele Mini and R-ace GP’s Zane Maloney.

As on day one, G4 Racing’s Bélen Garcia brought up the rear of the field, while R-ace GP’s Léna Bühler was again absent through injury.

1Grégoire SaucyCHEART Grand Prix1m40.20871
2Patrik PasmaFINKIC Motorsport1m40.264+0.056s51
3Paul AronESTPrema1m40.324+0.116s64
4Alex QuinnGBRArden1m40.368+0.160s43
5Isack HadjarFRAR-ace GP1m40.371+0.163s52
6Kas HaverkortNEDMP Motorsport1m40.387+0.179s58
7William AlataloFINArden1m40.460+0.252s53
8Franco ColapintoARGMP Motorsport1m40.502+0.294s62
9Oliver GøtheDENMP Motorsport1m40.524+0.316s62
10Francesco PizziITAVan Amersfoort Racing1m40.539+0.331s56
11Hadrien DavidFRAR-ace GP1m40.650+0.442s58
12Andrea RossoITAFA Racing1m40.703+0.495s52
13Dino BeganovicSWEPrema1m40.751+0.543s68
14Thomas ten BrinkeNEDART Grand Prix1m40.763+0.555s65
15Lorenzo FluxáESPVan Amersfoort Racing1m40.838+0.630s76
16David VidalesESPPrema1m40.844+0.636s51
17Elias SeppänenFINKIC Motorsport1m40.888+0.680s49
18Eduardo BarrichelloBRZJD Motorsport1m40.920+0.712s77
19Gabriele MiniITAART Grand Prix1m40.930+0.722s48
20Zane MaloneyBARR-ace GP1m40.932+0.724s60
21Nicola MarinangeliITAArden1m41.049+0.841s49
22Mari BoyaESPFA Racing1m41.285+1.077s52
23Nico GöhlerGERKIC Motorsport1m41.504+1.296s44
24Alexandre BardinonFRAFA Racing1m41.518+1.310s66
25Gabriel BortoletoBRZDR Formula1m41.603+1.395s65
26Axel GnosCHEG4 Racing1m41.769+1.561s54
27Pietro Delli GuantiITAMonolite Racing1m42.202+1.994s62
28Emidio PesceITADR Formula1m42.273+2.065s66
29Jasin FeratiCHEMonolite Racing1m42.301+2.093s73
30Brad BenavidesUSADR Formula1m42.359+2.151s49
31Tommy SmithAUSJD Motorsport1m42.471+2.263s72
32Bélen GarciaESPG4 Racing1m43.172+2.964s71
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