Formula Two race winner Will Bratt has conceded his hopes of taking this year’s title are all but over after finance issues forced him to miss last weekend’s Brands Hatch round, and admits that he is now fighting to simply remain on the grid in 2011.
Jack Clarke and Ramon Pineiro both scored their maiden Formula Two victories at the series’ Brands Hatch round as, for the first time this season, neither Mirko Bortolotti nor Christopher Zanella scored a race win.
The FIA Formula Two championship travels to the Brands Hatch circuit this weekend with the battle for the 2011 title fast becoming a two-horse race as Italian Mirko Bortolotti and Swiss Christopher Zanella streak away atop the drivers’ standings.
Fabio Gamberini will make his FIA Formula Two Championship debut at the Nurburgring this weekend as the Brazilian youngster takes over the car previously raced by Britons Tom Gladdis and Jon Lancaster.
Will Bratt and Mirko Bortolotti shared the wins in Formula Two's visit to legendary Belgian venue Spa Francochamps. The British driver's triumph was his maiden victory in the series whilst Bortolotti's strong weekend ensured his return to the top of the points standings.