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EMIL FREY JAGUAR RACING ENDS WINTER TEST PROGRAM WITH GT3 JAGUAR

Emil Frey Jaguar Racing underwent an intensive test program with the GT3 Jaguar ahead of the fourth season in the Blancpain GT Series, starting in three weeks. The Swiss team concluded two test days each at Monza, Misano and Barcelona in order to be best prepared ahead of the start into the season at Monza (Italy).

Emil Frey Jaguar Racing did not participate at the official two-day tests at Paul Ricard two weeks ago, since the GT3 Jaguar will only take part in selected races this year. At the last test in Misano last week, all three drivers were present. Alongside the Swiss Alex Fontana, who already drove the GT3 Jaguar last year, the two new driver entries Mikael Grenier and Adrian Zaugg took place behind the wheel of the GT3 Jaguar for the first time. The born Canadian Grenier is the winner of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe 2017 and knows European race tracks inside out. The Singapore-born Zaugg, who races with a Swiss licence, is mostly known from his numerous podium finishes in the A1 Grand Prix, the World Series and the GP2 Series.

Especially the last test at the 4.2-kilometre-long track at Misano was very important as Emil Frey Jaguar Racing celebrates its debut at this race track at the Sprint Cup Weekend mid-June.

“We absolved two technically faultless days at Misano and drove 226 laps, which equates to approximately 960 kilometres”, says Jürg Flach, Technical Director at Emil Frey Jaguar Racing. “The weather conditions were once again everything but steady. However, this gave us the chance of working on both dry and wet Setups and to familiarise ourselves with the different track conditions. Misano asks for good mechanical grip in slow corners, a good balance in fast corners as well as braking stability. Our main focus was to unite all these disciplines in one Setup and we were quite satisfied with the results.”

Emil Frey Jaguar Racing will start into the race season with the GT3 Jaguar in three weeks. Although the Italian Formula 1 track at Monza did not bring good luck to the Jaguar crew in past years, the team is still looking forward to the GT3 Jaguar´s last appearance at the Autodromo Nazionale.

Source. Emil Frey Jaguar Racing

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