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Maya Weug competitive but unlucky in the first round of the FIA European Championship

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Maya Weug competitive but unlucky in the first round of the FIA European Championship
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The Spanish driver of the Richard Mille Young Talent Academy honored the Angerville weekend, valid for the first round of the FIA European Championship.

During the weekend, Maya managed to give her best, also thanks to the experience obtained in the FIA weekend preparation stage.

During the official qualification, the female driver of Birel Art completed a good session with the 21st total time, fourth for group C. In the Saturday of direct clashes, Maya did not have much luck even though she put in good heats, then closed with one tenth, one third and two twentieth places due to two retirements, closing later Sunday morning with the excellent second position in the last heat available.

After the combined classification, Maya Weug was able to qualify for her first OK final with the Richard Mille colors, starting from 29th position.

Despite a good start to the race, Maya then had to say goodbye to the race, retiring shortly after the start of the final. A performance that obviously does not satisfy the Spanish driver but does leave important signals for the forthcoming races, given the good performances in qualifying and heats.

"I thank Richard Mille Young Talent Academy, Birel Art, All Road Management and FIA Woman In Motorsport as well as my mechanic and Machac Engines for their support."

Appointment therefore to the second European weekend in Genk (Belgium), on the weekend of May 19th.

S.Corradengo
Credits: Fotocar13

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