Tangavelou, Bohra and Bilinski ready for the final rush in Spielberg and Monza

Tangavelou, Bohra and Bilinski ready for the final rush in Spielberg and Monza

With the summer break now over, the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine teams and drivers are in for a busy final part of the year. Two consecutive rounds are scheduled in the next two weeks at Spielberg and Monza. The Italian track will be the home event for the team, and the same location where Trident recently celebrated the FIA Formula 3 Championship drivers’ title.
Coming from two top-10 finishes at Mugello and Le Castellet, Owen Tangavelou is ready to line up for the final part of the season together with teammates Nikhil Bohra and Roman Bilinski.
“I am very confident, there are still four rounds to go, and it is still possible to achieve good results. I will give my best as usual” said Tangavelou.
Spielberg and Monza are two fast circuits with very long straights. Is finding a good tow in qualifying going to be crucial to score a good result?

“For sure this will be the case in Monza, where it’s crucial to have a tow. That is why usually the qualifying is a mess. In Spielberg, this is going to be less important due to the sectors 2 and 3, where you need clean air to be fast”.

You have now scored points twice. What is the next target you want to achieve?

“My target is to be always in the top-10, and I am hungry to score more points”.
Are you happy with the work done with the team in the first part of the season?

“I think we struggled a bit with the pace throughout the first half of the championship. The team and I have been working a lot to improve the pace. It’s been a difficult season because we did not expect at all to struggle so much at the beginning. I am pleased that the team is working to be able to reach better things”.
What is your ultimate goal for the second half of the season?
“As already said, my target is to score points and if it is possible, to play more at the front. And finally the most important goals are to take pleasure and gain experience”.