After a three-week break the International F3000 Championship resumes with round ten of the series at the Hungaroring, with Coca-Cola Nordic Racing drivers Tomas Enge and Justin Wilson looking to extend their points in the Drivers Championship, whilst Nordic itself is looking to wrap up the Team Championship.

The circuit, situated outside of Budapest, is a tight and twisty track, which offers very few opportunities for overtaking. This means that yet again, qualifying well is of the highest importance.

"I cannot wait," said Justin Wilson, who leads the championship with a total of 49 points. "The break has been nice but I really want to get back into the car and continue with my championship fight. Last year I qualified second, so that has to be the least of my aims for this year. If I can qualify well, then I shall be looking for my third win of the season."

Team Principal Derek Mower echoed Wilson's sentiments: "We are looking forward to the Hungarian race and hope we can perform really well as it is Coca Cola country and it would be great to secure the team title there. I know both drivers are itching to go, so we must push hard all weekend."

"We are going to Hungary with the bit between our teeth, everyone is fully rested and ready to go after the three week break," emphasised Team Manager Chris Mower. "It is amazing how everyone in the team is focused on winning the Team and Drivers Championships, we must reek of team spirit"