If any doubt on Christian Lundgaard grades behind the wheel of a race car, they need only to look to the verdict of the two F2 races from the Red Bull Ring.
On his first stint on Saturday distributed the he lessons of the master a race car under extremely wet conditions. A slow pitstop and a spin of the track costing a few locations, so the dane had to settle for sixth place in the main round.
But for Sunday's sprint race was brandishing the 18-year-old østjyde and Renault-academy-running his baton over his rivals and won for the first time in F2.
From its start position as three overtook the he ART Grand Prix-teamkammeraten Marcus Armstrong already on the first meters.
Last week's difficulties with the start up procedure is apparently already behind him.
Dan Ticktum on the pole-position was immediately put under makismalt pressure, and there were not many laps, before Lundgaard sent a classy overtaking the lead with a late braking (a la Renault-colleague Daniel Ricciardo.
the Gas was not released before Lundgaard had pulled a few seconds from and thus outside the DRS range.
Then check, he race to the checkered flag.
Christian Lundgaard in the company of his personal trainer Dennis Wounlund. Photo: Lundgaard Racing
the Performance is particularly impressed, because the dane due to coronakarantæne missed the winter tests. He therefore has no experience in dealing with the new 18-inch and always sensitive Pirelli tyres over a long distance.
Number one in the F2 championship and the winner of the main round, Robert Shwartzmann, came and bides now in the hamstrings in the overall standings of the Christian Lundgaard and Red Bull-junioren Callum Illot.
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Yesterday's Danish winner, Frederik Vesti, was also in action on Sunday in the F3.
Premas dane was the number eight and hold thus firmly in second place in the championship. As in the last year, dominates the Prema F3 with three riders on the first places in the overall standings after two departments.
the F2 and F3 supplied with the F1-pride to Hungary, where it is run again next weekend.
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