Great Britain GP | W-Series: Nerea Martí, fifth at Silverstone

Nerea Martin continues with its steady progression in its first season in the W-Series, the women’s single-seater competition of the FIA, and achieved his best result in his first three races in that competition, with a creditable fifth position in the race held this Saturday in Silverstone. The Valencian pilot surprised being seventh in her first two appointments in said contest in Austria, and in a layout of hands like this mythical English track, the 19-year-old pilot, one of the youngest in the championship (January 2, 2002, Albalat dels Sorells), finished fifth gaining a position with respect to the sixth place achieved in qualifying on Friday.

Nerea and the russian Irina Sidorkova They are the two youngest pilots of the W-Series, and that is why the competition decided to grant a scholarship to both of them to continue competing in this competition for at least two more years. And for his part, Nerea She is responding with great results and surprising consistency for a rookie.

Classification of the W-Series race in Great Britain

The triumph went to Alice Powell, who took the lead in the W-Series ahead of Chadwick. The pilot of Oxford, 28, and one of the favorites this year, started from pole but lost the lead in favor of Fabienne Wohlwend, however, that of Lietchenstein she lost the first position in the end due to suffering a lot with the tires, being able to at least maintain the second position against the 2019 champion, Chadwick.

Martí tried to squeeze Kimilainen at the end of the race, but after the appearance of a Safety Car with 9 minutes remaining, the race resumed with 7 minutes ahead and there the experienced Finn imposed her law by taking a good mattress compared to the Spanish. TO Nerea It remained for him to defend his position regarding Moore, and he did it perfectly by distancing himself to avoid that later Visser attack him.

Nerea Martí, in the W-Series

Nerea Martí, in the W-Series

Hawkins kicks out Belén García

Bethlehem Garcia, fourth in the first race of Austria and ninth in the second, he had no luck. The Catalan was fighting for ninth position throughout the race, but finally, after a touch of Hawkins what did that Belen will take turn 4 with the wheel raised, Garcia stayed out. A shame for Belén, who by starting 11th had managed to get into the top 10.

For its part, one of the favorites at the start of the championship, Marta Garcia, Puma team rider, still can’t find his best version and this Saturday he was 13th. The Alicante woman needs to react in the next races due to the points lost compared to the best in these first three rounds. Marta started ninth, but was ultimately unable to maintain her Top-10 position. You will have to think about progressing in the next round (July 31 in Hungary), the first of the last 5 rounds of the championship.

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