Will Stevens and Strakka Racing endured an inconsistent weekend in Motorland, Aragon but showed great improvement to secure their second podium of the season on Sunday.

The Caterham Racing Academy driver leaves the second round of the 2014 FR3.5 season in Motorland, Aragon sitting fourth in the overall standings, twenty-two points adrift of championship leader, Carlos Sainz Jr. His title charge was not aided by a twelfth place finish on Saturday.

"It's been an up and down weekend, I'm disappointed not to have been second today but third is still a very good result", he said following his podium celebration.

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The series veteran further acknowledged that finding race-by-race consistency is challenging as the team aims to close the gap to defending champions, DAMS.

"We were very good in testing, but yesterday we didn't hit the sweet spot in qualifying and race one was a struggle", he continued, noting his fifteenth place gird slot for race one on Saturday. This difficult qualifying came just two weeks after his maiden victory in Monza.

"We all worked really well overnight, put our heads together and the set up was a lot better", he said expressing thanks to his team. "I made a fantastic start to race two, the best of the year; we got the strategy dead right and had a really good pit stop too".

Stevens joined rookies Oliver Rowland and Pierre Gasly on the race two podium. The twenty-two-year-old was unable to fight off a fast-finishing Gasly and settled for a respectable third place.