Jerez Day 2 – afternoon session: Kamui states his case

Kamui has come back motivated from his non-drive at the Japanese F1 GP.   He probably wanted to show the F1 stewards that they should have let him drive!  He had a strong morning session and has topped the afternoon one.  Times are almost 9-tenths slower than the morning times.  Kam’s top afternoon time would have been good enough for 10th this morning.

Up there as well are D’Ambrosio, van der Garde, Nunes and Vietoris.  Racing Engineering has shown good form these past 2 days, raising its level in the eyes of potential driver for 2010.

Good to see Leimer and Ericsson up on top of the time charts, though Marcus’ time is actually slower than this morning while Fabio’s is practically the same. 

At the bottom, we continue to see Charous – well off the pace – Arabadzhiev and Castellacci.

Fastest drivers on day 2:  (1) van der Garde (2) Valerio (3) Kobayashi (4) D’Ambrosio (5) Vietoris.    The top rookie on day 2 is Christian Vietoris, followed by Oliver Turvey, Sam Bird and Philip Eng.  Leimer showing a bit less than expected, as the IFM champion was not able to fully use the potential of his Ocean Dallara.

New drivers for tomorrow are: Mortara, Puglisi, Senna, Lancaster, van der Drift, Bonanomi, Maldonado and the much anticipated Sebastien Loeb.

Times from Italiaracing:

1 – Kamui Kobayashi – Racing Engineering – 1’26″105 – 26 laps
2 – Jerome D’Ambrosio – ART – 1’26″358 – 24
3 – Giedo Van der Garde – Barwa Addax – 1’26″700 – 25
4 – Diego Nunes – Barwa Addax – 1’26″829 – 26
5 – James Jakes – Super Nova – 1’26″956 – 22
6 – Fabio Leimer – Ocean – 1’27″007 – 29
7 – Marcus Ericsson – iSport – 1’27″099 – 31
8 – Michael Herck – DPR – 1’27″236 – 15
9 – Christian Vietoris – Dams – 1’27″270 – 30
10 – Luiz Razia – Piquet GP – 1’27″301 – 30
11 – Stefano Coletti – Trident – 1’27″352 – 26
12 – Sten Pentus – Racing Engineering – 1’27″405 – 21
13 – Dani Clos – Arden – 1’27″489 – 23
14 – Alberto Valerio – PartyPoker Coloni – 1’27″595 – 25
15 – Rodolfo Gonzales – Arden – 1’27″627 – 30
16 – Josef Kral – Piquet GP – 1’27″744 – 29
17 – Sam Bird – Dams – 1’27″781 – 22
18 – Filip Salaquarda – Trident – 1’27″823 – 23
19 – Oliver Turvey – iSport – 1’27″927 – 26
20 – Philip Eng – Ocean – 1’27″992 – 32
21 – Francesco Castellacci – Durango – 1’28″421 – 27
22 – Ricardo Teixeira – Super Nova – 1’28″458 – 26
23 – Vladimir Arabadzhiev – DPR – 1’29″085 – 22
24 – Jan Charouz – ART – 1’29″382 – 20
25 – Will Bratt – PartyPoker Coloni – 1’30″160 – 12

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3 Responses to Jerez Day 2 – afternoon session: Kamui states his case

  1. Patrik says:

    ericsson gained 0.2s of the leaders time in session 2 (1.1s after in morning session 0.9 this one)

    so the question for tomorrow is, when he is in a championship winning car as the ART car is, will he be faster or a lot faster?

  2. sauber11 says:

    My guess Ericsson will be 8 and 4 overall tomorrow.

    http://www.crono-jerez.com/cgi/resultados.php
    very good link , shows sector times , top speed,etc.
    Shows who really was consistent and who showed just 1 best lap and then nothing more like that.

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