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R05 Zandvoort - Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine Race Preview

PREMA Racing to chase more success in the Netherlands

R05 Zandvoort - Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine Race Preview

The Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine will go back on track this weekend at Zandvoort, home to the fifth round of the series. At the challenging Dutch venue, featuring a succession of high-speed corners including two high-banked ones, the team is looking to continue its great 2022 performance, which includes six wins in the first four events of the season.

Dino Beganovic hopes to continue a positive streak that has seen him cross the finish line in first or second place in all the races of 2022. The 18-year-old Swede is looking forward  to carrying his form even on a track renowned for its tough character. He is now leading the championship with a hefty margin.

Paul Aron secured victory in race 1 of the previous racing weekend at Le Castellet, and he's clearly back to his regular pace after an ill-fated Monte Carlo qualifying. The Estonian now stands fourth in the series.

Young Colombian-American Sebastian Montoya also stood his ground in the first part of the year as he is 10th overall and leads the rookie classification. Montoya had two podium finishes in ADAC F4 last year so he has quite good chemistry with the track. 

Last but not least, Hamda Al Qubaisi is also aiming to continue her positive improvement on a track she  also knows from F4, and where she performed well in the past, in an effort to build on her impressive potential. 

Rene Rosin - Team Principal
"Zandvoort is a very challenging circuit and especially last year it proved particularly tricky for us. This year we made an outstanding step and this venue will definitely be a really important one to set the tone for the final part of the season. Dino and Paul are in full shape and we know they can fight for wins in every round, while Montoya is impressing among rookies and wants to put his name at the front of the overall as well. In Paul Ricard, Hamda did a really good job and I look forward to seeing her continue her progress."