The Monte Carlo citizens were woken up early this morning by the sounds of the World Series Renault. Engines were fired up as early as 7:45 to move, in single file and on an open road, the series’ 26 cars from the temporary paddock located close to the Tennis Club to the pits zone. The Prema drivers had a troublefree session, avoid making costly mistakes and trying to develop the cars for Saturday’s morning qualifying, scheduled to start at 9:00. Alvaro Barba ended up in 6th, while Miguel Molina rounded out the top-10. All the laptimes were very close, as less than a second divided leader Salvador Duran by Molina.

“All the work we planned to do was completed by our drivers, without encountering technical problems. We’re really looking forward to qualifying, even though we know Monte Carlo is full of hiddend dangers”.