Sergio CanamasasAfter the good feelings left following the last two GP2 events, Sergio Canamasas faces, from Friday, the final race weekend of the season on the ever spectacular street track that runs through the Asian city of Singapore which, with Monaco, is the most different race in the F1 feeder series schedule.

Belgium, the Spaniard took an impressive seventh position on the grid in just his third GP2 outing. Then, at Monza, he confirmed his excellent adaptation in being one of the fastest drivers on the track and getting close to scoring points in Sunday’s race. This weekend it’s time for Canamasas to say farewell to his GP2 mini-season with the good result which, given his performance and skill
already shown, should be perfectly within his reach.

The on track activity starts on Friday, with free practice and qualifying, whilst the races will be held on Saturday and Sunday.

Sergio Canamasas: “I’m really curious about discovering the Singapore street track. I have only seen it on TV and I think it will be fun to race there, in conditions very different from usual, both because of the timetable, in the evening, and the walls. My only experience on this kind of tracks was at Monte Carlo with the World Series by Renault and I really enjoyed it. Obviously everything is different from a conventional circuit, these tracks are usually very bumpy and they also allow the driver to make a difference as making a small mistake means being out of the race. It would be great to finish the season with a good result especially after being so close in Belgium and Italy.”