Alexander Albon took his second pole position in a row for DAMS at Barcelona. He was once again 2 tenths quicker than his closest rival. The record shows that he was also quickest in the 2017 qualifying session at Monte Carlo, so will it be a hat-trick in 2018 for the Thai next week in Monaco?
Louis Delétraz had to start last on Sunday’s grid after he received a penalty on Saturday for causing a collision with Sean Gelael. He fought back and showed determination with a tenth place on Sunday proving that he should be fighting at the top soon.
Sean Gelael sliced his way through the field from P15 to P6 on Sunday thanks to some slick moves. He’s got the moves, now the Indonesian needs the pace in qualifying to fight for bigger points in Feature Races.