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Pavlovic chasing runners-up spot.

Milos Pavlovic is eyeing the runners-up spot in the World Series by Renault standings after finishing fourth in the penultimate race of the season at Barcelona.

With the title resolved, attention has now turned to who will be 'best of the rest, with the Draco Racing driver getting the gap to second place Ben Hanley down to a single point with a strong result in the first race of the weekend.

However, the Serb admits he will have it all to do in the final round of the season to deny the Brit as Hanley will start in second place, where as Pavlovic is down the grid in seventh place. Nonetheless, he is determined to fight his way up the order.

"I have gained valuable points with this race, because I am fighting for the second place in the Championship. Tomorrow I will start in the 7th position, but I will try to do everything possible to refit the classification and to get more possible points."


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