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Aug.27 – Bruno Senna has join with Renault race seat to replace Nick Heidfeld this weekend and took to the track on Friday among varied weather conditions at Spa-Francorchamps. His morning session came to an end early when he crashed at turn nine and both outings were plagued by wet weather. The Brazilian did complete some dry laps, and in the second practice session was 17th fastest, but after spending most of his time driving in the wet he is hoping for more of the same in qualifying.
Senna said, “Obviously it was disappointing for my first practice session to be cut short when I slipped off the track. The team explained: “In damp conditions, both drivers started with the medium compound before switching to inters as weather conditions worsened.”

“The Brazilian set the session’s 23rd fastest time, completing a lap in 2min 14.340secs when on the intermediate tyres. It was following this that he slid off the track, as his car rear collided with the tyre wall, bringing a premature end to his session,” the statement added.


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