Jazeman heads to the Spanish city hoping to sign off the year with a strong finish after a tough season of highly competitive racing.
He says, “I’m hoping that we can finish on a high this weekend, with a strong points result. I also want to put in a strong performance for my last race of the Blancpain season. I’ve had a tough season in the Endurance Cup but I’m determined that I can get a good result this weekend, it would be great to be running at the front and fighting for a top ten position, but as always, we need to have the Balance of Performance working in our favour.”
“I enjoy the Barcelona track,” adds Jazeman, “ and the last time I was there I had a top ten finish, so my expectations are good for us. The last round is always an event that you want to go well, as it stays with you until the next season.
The Blancpain Endurance Series race in Barcelona features a three hour main race, with the driving shared between three drivers. Fifty three cars are due to line up on the grid in Barcelona, with nine manufacturers represented.
The practice and pre-qualifying sessions will be next Saturday, 30th September with qualifying on Sunday morning before the race in the afternoon. The races are streamed live at http://www.blancpain-gt-series.com/live. Highlights are shown on Fox Sports Network in Malaysia and Eurosport in Europe. Check local listings for full details.