Christian Lundgaard was quite cocky in the run-up to the other F2-section at Silverstone.
- I have made a prediction for this weekend, but I will not reveal the advance. Let's see if I get right, it sounded from the Danish Renault-akademikører.
After the second place in the main round he lifted the veil for his prophecy, which almost hit the spot.
the Second-best time in the qualification was right, but the dane had previously thought that he Saturday stood at the top of the podium.
The location got the new ones in the championship, Callum Illot, but with 18 points in the audience can Lundgaard travel to Barcelona and the next races with a good feeling, even on Sunday's sprint races were a disappointment.
As in Formula 1 means the handling of the sensitive Pirelli tyres extremely a lot in the F2.
Saturday was the Lundgaard on the podium in a hovedløb for the first time this season. Photo: Dan Istitene//FIA Content Pool
Christian Lundgaard fought with them on Saturday, and it was even worse on Sunday.
From its start position as seven, he was quickly the top five, but away went the hernia in the.
- Mate, I'm struggling so much with the rear wheels, it sounded over the dane's radio, as the rivals pressed on from behind.
In the end it was, however, left the foredeck, which stood on the just as dramatically as it happened to Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas and Carlos Sainz a week ago.
The peeled simply, so the dane had to roll in the pit.
the Damage was minimal in the overall standings.
Callum Illott shifts a little longer in the front with Christian Lundgaard in the second place, while last year's F3 champion, is obtained.
Robert Shwartzman scored a total of only four points over the two british weekenders four years.
the Russian had otherwise, the course towards victory in the Sunday sprint races, but got damage on the car and fell behind after contact under a clumsy attack from the Prema-colleague Mick Schumacher.
the Judges called it a racing incident, but it was only because that was the talk of the duel between teamkammerater.
Over the radio was Mick Schumacher also very apologetic.
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In F3 was Frederik Vesti never quite good friends with the Silverstone.
Prema-car had the speed for both pole-position and victory proven by teamkammeraten Logan Sargeant, but the 18-year-old jute had to settle with a fourth place in the main round and a knight in sprintløbet.
Vesti maintains his fifth place in the championship. In the front rounds both teamkammerater a three-digit number of points and is about to poke a bit of five departments into the season.
Logan Sargeant leads with 106 points ahead of Oscar Piastri with 105.
1. Callum Iliott (UNI-Virtuosi) 106 points
2. Christian Lundgaard (ART GP) 87 points
3. Robert Shwartzman (Prema) 85 points
4. Nikita Mazepin (Hitech) 71 points
5. Louis Delétraz (Charouz) 64 points
6. Yuki Tsunoda (Carlin) 62 points
7. Mick Schumacher (Prema) 61 points
8. Guanyu Zhou (UNI-Virtuosi) 61 points
9. Dan Ticktum (Dams) 59 points
10. Felipe Drugovich (MP) 46 pointsShow more Close
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