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28 August 2014

Charles Leclerc (Fortec Motorsports) rules in Mugello testing

Massive presence of drivers and teams in Tuscany

26 August 2014

Engines lit on in Mugello for ALPS

Leclerc proved the fastest. 11 teams on track

17 July 2014

Leclerc’s engine proved to be compliant

Nothing found In Oreca inspection

28 August 2014

Charles Leclerc (Fortec Motorsports) rules in Mugello testing

After the long Summer break Formula Renault 2.0 ALPS was back on track in Mugello on the 26/27 August for a two-day testing session managed by Marzi Sport. Plenty of teams and drivers joined the session on the up and down hill Italian track. Best time was set by the young driver of Fortec Motorsports Charles Leclerc (1'43.402). After the two wins in Monza the Monaco driver is once more the man to beat thus in the Fast Lane Promotion Series that will be heading to Mugello for its sixth venue on the 6/7 September weekend.

“I’ve never lapped in Mugello – declared Charles Leclerc – At the end of this two-day session I can say that is one of my favorite tracks. We worked very well with the team and we improved lap after lap. We need to be focused on our goal: win as we did in Monza. It won’t be easy as we will face extremely fast drivers that already raced on this circuit.”

26 August 2014

Engines lit on in Mugello for ALPS

Charles Leclerc proved the fastest at the end of the 2 days testing session managed by Marzi Sport in Mugello which re-started the season after the Summer break. The Monaco driver, undisputed ruler in the Monza venue where he scored two wins and currently runner up in the Formula Renault 2.0 ALPS Championship, once more proved to be among the protagonists of the Fast Lane Promotion Series. An impressive performance the one set by the Fortec Motorsport driver who set 1’43”695, half a second quicker than the 2013 pole. Expectations are high for the upcoming venue due in less than two weeks.

17 July 2014

Leclerc’s engine proved to be compliant

Formula Renault 2.0 ALPS standings are definitive. After Race 2 in Monza (6 July) to grant the respect of the Regulations, the engine of the winner Charles Leclerc (Fortec Motorsports) was sealed and sent to the official Renault Engines supplier Oreca for further inspections.

The accurate inspections did not pointed out any anomalies and thus the Race 2 result has to be considered ad Final. Same for the general standing where the Dutch Nyck de Vries (Koiranen GP) still leads the group. Leclerc is 70 points behind while the Russian Matevos Isaakyan (JD Motorsport) chases further eight points behind.

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28 August 2014

Charles Leclerc (Fortec Motorsports) rules in Mugello testing

Massive presence of drivers and teams in Tuscany

26 August 2014

Engines lit on in Mugello for ALPS

Leclerc proved the fastest. 11 teams on track

17 July 2014

Leclerc’s engine proved to be compliant

Nothing found In Oreca inspection

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