After a one-month break, waiting for F1 to go to Canada and come back, GP2 is ready to get back on track in Valencia, where the Dallara cars will race between the walls surrounding the circuit built in the streets of the America’s Cup harbour.

After Monaco another city track, where Scuderia Coloni will aim to get the first points of a season that until now confirmed the competitiveness of the Italian cars but also so the team get an high share of bad luck, with the injury to Davide Rigon as the lowest point of the season.

In Spain, as in the two previous events, Michael Herck will have Kevin Ceccon as a team-mate: the Italian driver in Barcelona and Monte Carlo followed the learning path set for him by the team, showing the right attitude in tackling a difficult task as a GP2 debut can be. So, together with the team, he decided to continue this experience.

Paolo Coloni: “After Monaco we face another city track, even if very different from the Principality. I expect some exciting and hard-fought races, where we will aim for the points that we didn’t get until now. We worked hard with our drivers and now it’s time to make the most of that job. Michael last year got a 3rd place finish in Race 2, so we know he likes the track and we expect him to deliver. Kevin doesn’t know the track, but despite this we’re sure that he will keep improving”.