Difficult weekend at the last GP of San Marino for Héctor Barberá. Both the team and Héctor arrived with many hopes in the new pneumatic valve engine which hoped to trim differences, and despite the fact that the performance looks really good, the lack of a point-to-point optimal part implementation cycle prevented the expected results.

Difficult weekend at the last GP of San Marino for Héctor Barberá. Both the team and Héctor arrived with many hopes in the new pneumatic valve engine which hoped to trim differences, and despite the fact that the performance looks really good, the lack of a point-to-point optimal part implementation cycle prevented the expected results. Barbera, who had at his disposal the new engine, suffered during all the weekend a lot of chattering. So much so, that race was forced to retire on lap twenty-two.

Héctor Barberá: "definitely it has not been a good weekend. Despite having premiered the new engine we could not get any advantage of it due to problems that we suffer with the part cycle. While it is true that propeller like me and feels better, both in acceleration and speed, the presence of an excessive chattering us deprived of the possibility of achieving a good result. During the race I tried to minimize the problem by testing different ways to fly, but it was impossible. Increasingly the driving was more difficult and I opted to stop at box to prevent a possible fall. During the test of today Monday must find out what happened."

The next GP will be held in the circuit of Motorland Aragon, Spain, on 27, 28 and 29 September.

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