The Colombian finished a GP3 career-best sixth in Sunday’s race two but felt there was potential for an even better result on Saturday was it not for her team chosing the wrong set-up after predicting more rain that never came.
2018 GP3 Series – Autodromo Nazionale Monza
Giuliano Alesi claimed his fourth podium visit of the season on Sunday at Monza but lost out to team-mate Pedro Piquet for the victory.
Anthoine Hubert remains in control of the GP3 championship after a second place finish in race one at Monza, although he found himself disqualified from race two for a tyre pressure irregularity.
Pedro Piquet came out on top of an intense battle with Trident team-mate Giuliano Alesi to win race two at Monza on Sunday.
The German won for a second consecutive Saturday as the Trident driver dominated the first race of the weekend in Italy last weekend.
Trident duo Pedro Piquet and Giuliano Alesi fought tooth and nail in the second GP3 Series race of the weekend at Monza, with the Brazilian ultimately defeating the Frenchman.
David Beckmann led from start to finish in tricky conditions at Monza, while Anthoine Hubert’s second place helped him extend his advantage in the championship standings.
The British racer sits twenty-nine-points back on Anthoine Hubert in the championship standings with two rounds and four races of the GP3 season to go.
Callum Ilott and Anthoine Hubert have lost their third and fourth place finishes at Monza on Sunday for tyre pressure offences.
David Beckmann took his second consecutive GP3 pole position on Friday as he denied Anthoine Hubert top spot by 0.011 seconds at Monza.