Pourchaire shines at the French Grand Prix

Pourchaire shines at the French Grand Prix

On Sunday, Frenchman Theo Borshire finished second in the main race of the French Formula 2 Grand Prix, behind Japan’s Ayumu Iwasa.

Shine in the house. This morning, near Le Castellet, on the occasion of the main race of the Formula 2 Grand Prix de France, consisting of thirty laps, Théo Pourchaire took second place in the final. A race to be held on the sidelines of the Formula 1 Grand Prix in France, which will start at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday. This famous race was won by Japanese Ayumu Iwasa, who is only 20 years old. and a French DAMS team member and Red Bull driver line. This is a great first thing for someone who has never won in this system. For his part, Brazilian Felipe Drogovic, who is nothing but the leader of the world championships in the major, could not do better than fourth place, until Sunday morning.

Pourchaire, second place in the tournament

In the meantime, Pourchaire will certainly be very satisfied with this last second, who lost his third place, no later than Saturday, during the sprint race. Place lost due to a penalty totaling five seconds, to be passed by New Zealander Marcus Armstrong, then considered too aggressive. A penalty kick finally made him go from third to seventh in the final. Before the end of the Formula 2 World Championship, there are still ten races to go. In terms of the overall classification, Borshire, winner of two races this 2022 season, in Bahrain but also in Imola, is 39 points behind the leader, i.e. Drogovic, by 134 units to 173, finding himself alone in second place.

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