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  • Hungaroring race 2

    07/29/2018

    Hungaroring race 2 Official press release

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    Russian Time endured a challenging Hungaroring Sprint race as pole position starter Artem Markelov experienced extreme tyre degradation and dropped to 13th position by the chequered flag, while team mate Tadasuke Makino brought his car home in 12th place.  
  • Hungaroring race 1

    07/28/2018

    Hungaroring race 1 Official press release

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    Russian Time achieved a double points score in the Hungaroring Feature race with Artem Markelov finishing eighth to secure pole position for tomorrow’s Sprint race, and Japanese rookie team mate Tadasuke Makino finishing ninth, less than a second behind him after an excellent drive from the back of the grid following a problematic qualifying day.
  • Hungaroring quali

    07/27/2018

    Hungaroring quali Official press release

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    Artem Markelov (1m27.957) will start the Budapest feature race seventh on the grid after a close qualifying session around the tight, twisty Hungaroring circuit. Team mate Tadasuke Makino (1m28.750s), meanwhile, faces a challenging task from the back of the grid after a crash in morning practice and a gear-shifting problem in qualifying.
  • Silverstone race 2

    07/08/2018

    Silverstone race 2 Official press release

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    Artem Markelov finished a fighting fourth in the reverse-grid Silverstone sprint race after once again having to contend with electronic issues that affected both gear-shifting and DRS operation. The Silverstone weekend is his fourth double-points score of the season after Bahrain, Monaco and Austria.

    Japanese rookie team mate Tadasuke Makino raced hard and showed good pace on the way to 11th place. He finished just 6s behind Saturday race winner Alexander Albon, who claimed the final point for eigth place on a Silverstone circuit at which overtaking is not easy.

  • Silverstone race1

    07/07/2018

    Silverstone race1 Official press release

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    Artem Markelov finished sixth in the Silverstone F2 feature race with Japanese team mate Tadasuke Makino ninth on the road but relegated to 12th by a 5 second time penalty for an infringement during a Virtual Safety Car period. Artem started eighth on the grid but was hampered throughout by  intermittent issues with the throttle safety mode sensor in Turn 1. When the car was working as it should, Artem was quick, pulling off a good pass of Nyck De Vries and finishing right on the tail of a fourth-place fight between Louis Deletraz and former Russian Time team mate Luca Ghiotto.
  • Silverstone quali

    07/06/2018

    Silverstone quali Official press release

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    Artem Markelov (1m40.590s) will start Silverstone’s feature race eighth on the grid after coping with some difficult circumstances in qualifying. Team mate Tadasuke Makino (1m41.493s) also had a troubled session with a downshift issue restricting him to 19th on the grid.

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