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Jazeman Jaafar's Formula Renault season opener at Monza last week produced a seventh-placed finish in the second race. - Filepic
PETALING JAYA: Jazeman Jaafar travels to Spain this weekend for the second round of the Formula Renault 3.5 Series, which takes place at Motorland Aragon circuit in Alcaniz.
The 21-year-old driver is competing in his second season of the championship, driving with ISR Racing.
Jazeman’s first outing of the year, at Monza last week, produced a seventh-placed finish in the second race after the Malaysian had to retire from the first race due to an accident.
Motorland Aragon is a familiar track for Jazeman and all the Formula Renault 3.5 Series drivers as the championship held its first test of the year at this circuit in February.
It was Jazeman’s first test with ISR Racing, the team he joined this season, and he had a very strong three days of running at the Spanish track.
“Monza was a mixed weekend for me, with high points like the strong qualifying session for the second race and tinged with lows like being unnecessarily taken out of the first race by a rival,” said Jazeman.
“I’ve put that behind me now and go into this weekend totally determined to be running up the front with strong performances in both races.
“My aim is to finish the weekend with a good haul of points.”
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