Adrian Sutil tested the new Spyker B-spec monopost a full day of running at Monza in Italy after the car successfully passed the rear impact tests.
The new monopost will debut in the Italian Grand Prix at Monza.Adrian Sutil seemed happy with the car.“We worked on finding a good set-up for the race and understanding how the car behaves in low downforce configuration and also tried out the soft and harder tyres, which seemed to work well for us,” . “It is difficult to say where we are with the new car; Monza is a very special track unlike anywhere else with less grip, but I think it was a good start.” said Sutil after he completed 76 laps at Monza.
“Monza requires a specific aero package of which the validation process was started today,” . “The circuit also makes high demands on the brakes, suspension over the kerbs in the chicanes, and on the engine with long periods of hard acceleration". added Dominic Harlow, Spyker’s chief race and test engineer.
Now let’s hope that with the new car and the new owner Spyker will begin to show what the new B-spec monopost can do.