Carlins Jehan Daruvala took 12th place in the main race. Round of the FIA Formula 2 World Championship 2020 in Bahrain, 8. space. His team-mate and Red Bull junior colleague Yuki Tsunoda turned pole position into a hard-fought race victory.
In a difficult start for both Carlin drivers, Daruvala fell from 3. on the 6th. Starting position, his team-mate on 3rd. space. Because the track layout was short and interspersed with long straights, it was a slipstream pull for most of the top 10 runners, making overtaking a more difficult task than usual.
To break that pull and get an undercut, Daruvala was one of the first runners to make his mandatory pit stop. The Indian rider gained positions and was at one point by 5th. Place, but slowly disappeared against the alternative strategy runners who had a tire advantage. After all, Daruvala had to face 8. Satisfy your place at the checkered flag.
While Daruvala was unable to take advantage of his strong qualifying, there is another opportunity to make up for this as the Indian driver will start on pole position for tomorrow’s 120 km (34 laps) or 45 minute sprint race with Tsunoda in eighth place becomes. This is thanks to the top 8 finishers of the feature race, who start in reverse order for the sprint race.
Can Jehan Daruvala end his rookie Formula 2 campaign at a climax? All of this will happen as soon as the final race of the 2020 FIA Formula 2 World Championship starts on Sunday at 5:50 p.m. (IST) and is broadcast live on the official F1 YouTube channel.
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