The second meeting of the season in the 2015 French F4 Championship will take Kami Laliberté to the legendary Bugatti circuit at Le Mans. The home of the famous 24 Hours will host 18 competitors on Friday May 1st, who the young Canadian driver will face at the wheel of his car in the three races that make up this new challenge. No doubt Kami will make every effort to continue the momentum he developed at the first meeting at Lédenon to continue to garner the maximum possible points and to secure the highest rankings.
Kami Laliberté: “Every race is a challenge, but I will approach this meeting in the same spirit as Lédenon. Although I was able to test on this track several times during the winter I know I need to give my best to make the difference against my rivals to target a win and the podium.“
There are three races on the programme with one qualifying session lasting 25-30 minutes.
The starting grid for the first race will be determined by the second best time of each driver in the qualifying session. The starting grid for the second race will be determined by the result of Race 1. The top ten ranking in Race 1 will start in reverse order (reverse grid) for Race 2. The other drivers will start in order of finishing Race 1. The starting grid for the third race will be based on the best time of each driver in the qualifying session.
Friday 1st May: collective testing at 10:15 and qualifying at 17:20
Saturday, 2nd May: Race 1 at 10:40, Race 2 at 16:55
Sunday, 3rd May: Race 3 at 12:10
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