László Tóth and the field of the Formula Renault Eurocup is ready to race at Nürburgring

After a more than one-month long summer break the 50th season of the Formula Renault Eurocup is due to continue at Nürburgring, one of the most famous german racing tracks. 

László Tóth, the 20 years old hungarian driver of Bhaitech Racing had a few days to rest after the last race weekend at Imola and then he started his preparation in Hungary with simulator driving and physical exercises. At the end of August he went abroad and had a one-week long training camp.

Tóth travelled to Italy to his team last Sunday and he is already at Nürburgring with the others making official test drives on the circuit.

During the summer break one of the three Bhaitech drivers, Nicola Marinangeli had an unfortunate motorbike accident and suffered some injuries. His recovery will last months therefore the team hired italian Vicky Piria who recently raced in W Series in 2019 and finished 9th on the standings of the inaugural all women single seater championship.

László Tóth finished seventh on the second race of the first weekend of Formula Renault Eurocup in Monza, but then he was out of the points on the two races of the Imola weekend.

After two weekends and four races brazilian Caio Collett is leading the standings of Formula Renault Eurocup. Franco Colapinto from Argentina is second with spanish David Vidales on third place. László Tóth is 14th with six points, one place behind his temmate Lorenzo Colombo.

After the test sessions on Thursday at Nürburgring the field will drive on two free practice sessions on Friday and the first qualifying of the weekend will start at 16.25 and this will decide the starting grid for the second race of the weekend which will be held on Sunday.

The second qualifying session will be held on Saturday from 10.40 and the first race will start on the same day at 15.35. The race on Sunday will be held from 10.25. The two races will be 30 minutes+1 lap long.

 The qualifying sessions and the races can be followed live on Renault Sport Series’ Facebook-site and youtube-channel.

The next race weekend will be held only one week after Nürburgring and the field will travel to the french Magny-Cours circuit.