had a good run with second place, three tenths behind Rapax driver Sergey Sirotkin. In qualifying in the afternoon Mitch couldn’t repeat his good run struggling to make the option tyres work and qualified in 11th.
The track had dried up from a downpour on Saturday morning and the conditions were rather cool for the 40-lap feature race in the afternoon. Mitch move up and down a few positions throughout the race and in the end finished in tenth to grab the last point.
The Russian Time driver started the sprint race on Sunday from tenth and managed to move up the field to finished fifth: "The race was pretty straightforward. I got a good start and got a few positions on the first lap. From then on the race was pretty steady as everyone’s pace was so close and it was hard to make up any more positions. It would have been great to finish higher up but it’s good to take some points away from the weekend.”
Mitch is now in sixth place in the Championship with 35 points.
Round five takes place in Silverstone on 4/5 July.
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