Indian racer Armaan Ebrahim
overcame rain and technical problems to grab a commendable third-place finish
in the Super Trofeo Asia Series in Sepang, Malaysia. Armaan, spearheading Team
FFF Racing, began in the sixth position in the first race after struggling with
the balance of the car in Qualifying. But he showed his skill and speed once
again to climb his way up to the third position.
But that’s when his troubles
started: the overhead conditions changed suddenly and he was caught racing on
slicks while the rain pelted and made the track slippery.
As if that was not enough, he
had trouble with his radio and missed out on making his pit stop during the
stipulated window, earning his teammate a drive through penalty, which pushed
the team down to seventh place at the chequered flag.
In the crucial main race,
teammate Jack Bartholomew from the United Kingdom, started the race seventh on
the grid. By the time Armaan got into action again, it looked like he had no
chance. But the young Indian made the most of the out lap and the first flying
to jump to fifth during the pit stop cycle. He gained two more positions in the
rest of the race to finish third overall.
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