Parente is back strong at Spa

Alvaro Parente’s comeback at Spa has reconfirmed what we all knew:  he is one of the strongest drivers out there today and it is a pity he has not been around this season.  Now, with the “help” of Alberto Valerio’s sponsor issues, he is back strong at Spa, track where he handed Ocean its first win ever.

Surprising result from Crestani, taking Giacomo Ricci’s place at DPR this weekend, with Jules Bianchi slow towards the rear after he was cleared to race by the FIA doctors.

Results from this mornings very wet practice (courtesy of Italiaracing):

1 – Pastor Maldonado – Rapax – 2’16″498
2 – Dani Clos – Racing Engineering – 2’18″368
3 – Alvaro Parente – Coloni – 2’18″651
4 – Michael Herck – DPR – 2’18″816
5 – Romain Grosjean – Dams – 2’19″233
6 – Christian Vietoris – Racing Engineering – 2’19″342
7 – Oliver Turvey – iSport – 2’19″579
8 – Marcus Ericsson – Super Nova – 2’19″603
9 – Fabrizio Crestani – DPR – 2’19″914
10 – Sam Bird – ART – 2’19″968
11 – Sergio Perez – Addax – 2’20″009
12 – Luiz Razia – Rapax – 2’20″079
13 – Luca Filippi – Super Nova – 2’20″301
14 – Vladimir Arabadhziev – Coloni – 2’20″335
15 – Giedo Van der Garde – Addax – 2’20″480
16 – Rodolfo Gonzalez – Arden – 2’21″001
17 – Davide Valsecchi – iSport – 2’21″042
18 – Adrian Zaugg – Trident – 2’21″575
19 – Jules Bianchi – ART – 2’21″981
20 – Fabio Leimer – Ocean – 2’22″769
21 – Jerome D’Ambrosio – Dams – 2’24″843
22 – Max Chilton – Ocean – 2’25″442
23 – Charles Pic – Arden – 2’28″349
24 – Johnny Cecotto – Trident – no time

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