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GP2 Spa-Francorchamps Belgium: Canamasas back with Carlin

GP2 Series veteran Sergio Canamasas rejoins Carlin for this weekend's Spa-Francorchamps double-header.

Sergio Canamasas will make another return to the GP2 Series at this weekend's Spa-Francorchamps round, having rejoined Carlin for the eighth double-header of the 2016 campaign.

Arguably one of the most experienced drivers in the field, the Spaniard finished fifth at the season-opening Spanish Grand Prix in May and came sixth on the series' first visit to Azerbaijan, adding to seven top-ten finishes in other rounds.

“I´m very pleased to return to the GP2 Series,” Canamasas said, “and it is nice to drive for Carlin again because I don´t think it is a good idea to join another team in the middle of the season. Qualifying isn´t so important at Spa, unlike a good set-up for the race and your pace. Sunny conditions are expected across the weekend and, if nothing strange happens, I feel confident to be competitive in the Ardennes.


Tagged as: Carlin , Spa , GP2 , Belgium , Sergio Canamasas

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