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Deletraz quickest as FV8 testing resumes

Rookie Louis Deletraz tops the timesheets on the second morning Formula V8 3.5 testing, ahead of Egor Orudzhev.
Louis Deletraz has kicked off the second day of Formula V8 3.5 testing at Motorland Aragon by topping the timesheets at the end of the morning session.

The Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup standout, son of sometime F1 driver Jean-Louis Deletraz, stopped the clock at 1min 40.235secs to end the morning session one tenth clear of day one FV8 3.5 testing pace-setter Egor Orudzhev.

Last year's runner-up and anticipated title favourite Matthieu Vaxiviere followed up in third position, ahead of Deletraz's Fortec team-mate Pietro Fittipaldi and Tom Dillmann in the fastest of the AVF machines.

Meanwhile, Force India F1 test driver Alfonso Celis Jr, Vitor Baptista and Giuseppe Cipriani would also suffer stops on track. Testing resumes this afternoon.



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Louis Deletraz - Fortec Motorsport [credit: RPM Racing]

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