Tito Rabat ready to fight from 6th on the Jerez grid

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Tito Rabat will start his home race at the Jerez circuit in the Spanish Grand Prix from the second row after qualifying in sixth position this afternoon.

Tito Rabat lost valuable track time after an engine failure forced him to sit out most of this morning’s final free practice session. The championship leader could climb no higher than sixth in this afternoon’s qualifying session, but is confident that he can fight for the race win from the second row of the grid tomorrow.

Tito Rabat // 6th // 1’43.234
“I’m not so happy for today, because obviously I wanted to qualify higher up the grid for my home race, but it’s not always possible. In the end we made not such a bad result with sixth place, so we’ll start tomorrow from the second row of the grid. We need to make some small improvements in warm up, as we lost some time with the engine problem this morning, but the plan, like always, is to fight to win in the race tomorrow.”

Source & photo: Marc VDS Racing

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