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Autodromo Nazionale di Monza. 27 August 2019
December 07, 2018


As the season comes to an end it was a fine finish for the Dutch team in their first season, not only in Superleague but in GPVWC as a whole.
The team started out with a conservative approach for 2018 due to the finanical constraints a new team has in Superleague. This meant from the very PreSeason test it was already planned to under develop and spend in 2018. This lead to the car being slower on out and out pace, meaning the 2 drivers of #28 Michael Eyres and #32 Mark Hutchinson needing to use their abilities alone to get good results.

FtF managed to get points in every single race apart from one with a few double points finishes too.
The highlight of the season being a P5 Finish from Mark on the streets of Monte Carlo in Round 5.

On the last lap of the season in Abu Dhabi, Michael managed to pass to Rait Kilk for P12 and the crucial points to put us in P8 in the standings.

From Cameron Rodger (team owner):
"I would like to thank my team so much for the season. We worked very hard to get the most out of our plan. I would like to make a special thanks to Peter Schulze for being reserve and attending the test session for us, Whilst making an appearance in France when needed. Also to Thierry, Thomas and Alistair for helping to engineer at various points of the year."

"We are a small team with only 3 people on the team 'full time', we didn't work with another team. So it was all down to us and I am proud of what we did this year, getting on the right track for upgrades and sticking to our game plan!"

"Looking to 2019, we will aim to climb the grid further and continue a solid driver base throughout the whole season. This working in our favour this season, with some other teams moving driver around. "


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