Niko Kari had the speed, not luck at France

Kuva: Dutch Photo Agency

Niko Kari had speed wisely very courageous race weekend at Paul Ricard, but no points were awarded to Flying Finn.

Kari was forced to retire on both races, but before that Trident-driver had showed some of his talent.

Kari was the fastest driver on practice, and at qualifying he stepped up and improved his doings compared to Barcelona. Grid position nine gave him a great change for some big points, and they were coming, when disaster stroke.

For Kari’s big annoyance fellow racing driver hit Kari, and Finn was forced to retire. That also meant the hopes for Sunday’s sprint race took a big hit.

Kari didn’t give up. He racketed up the field, and for everybody’s big surprise he was taking some points, when the race was ruined and ended  prematurely.

Kari was understandbly annoyed how things went, but he also wanted to forget the past and focus on future.

– There were many good things at this weekend. I need to grab those and make sure, that they will help me in future races. I’m never going to give up, determent Kari says.

Formula 3 season continues as soon as next weekend, when the races are held at Austria.