Despite a classic track and beautiful surroundings, round two of the 2015 VdeV Series proved to be anything but pleasant for Garry Findlay as he suffered another disappointing result with the CD Sport team.
After a DNF in the opening round of the season in Barcelona, Findlay and his team-
Things looked promising in practice, where Findlay was regularly in the top three, but got worse as the weekend went, initially with understeer plaguing the car’s handling before loose bodywork eventually put paid to its race while lying 17th overall. More frustratingly for the Briton, however, were some of the decisions taken by the team, including sending him out for qualifying with 5kg more fuel than the sister cars, despite all being on the same run plan, and an unexplained change of race set-
“The less said about Mugello the better,” Findlay sighed, “The whole weekend was problematic one way or another, but really came to a head in the race when, on checking the loose bodywork, I noticed that the set-
“The bodywork was already loose when I took over for the last stint, but gradually began lifting more and more on the right-
Round three of the 2015 VdeV Series takes place over six hours at Motorland Aragon in Spain over the weekend of 29-
Mugello misery for Garry