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vd Garde reveals in perfect start.

“It was my mistake on the re-start and, from then on, I just had to push hard and keep ahead of Bonanomi and, later, Alvaro," he admitted, "I'm obviously very pleased with our results this weekend - the team did a fantastic job this weekend, and worked some long hours, so I cannot thank them enough for making this possible. It's a great start to the year.”

P1 team director Roly Vincini shared his driver's joy at taking the first victories with the latest incarnation of World Series car, and also paid tribute to his workforce.

“The team have done such a great job, they really deserve these two victories," he said, "Giedo did exactly what he had to do, and has managed to come away from Monza with maximum points. With the new car, it's very much a level playing field, and even more important to arrive at the first race prepared - I think we demonstrated that this weekend.”


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Giedo van der Garde - P1 Motorsport [pic credit: Renault Sport Media]
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Start of the FR3.5 season opener at Monza [pic credit: Renault Sport]
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Photo: GEPA pictures/Dutch Photo Agency/Sebastiaan Rozendaal
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James Walker - P1 Motorsport [pic credit: Renault Sport]
James Walker - P1 Motorsport [pic credit: Renault Sport]
Chris van der Drift - Epsilon Euskadi [pic credit: Renault Sport]
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James Walker - P1 Motorsport

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