It was not the best session for them with La Mazza fifteenth in qualifying for Race 1 and Sperati tenth in session 2.
"We had to adapt our style of driving to the car because it is different to the ones we usually drive", explained Roberto Sperati. "I am pleased with the progress made since free practice but not with the gap to pole position. Pole offers just one point but the real booty comes in the race. Still, we are within touching distance of the leaders and this means we have a chance of winning important points".
Sperati's team mate, Francesco La Mazza, was more direct:
"We are quite a way off pole but this is because we didn't have the chance to run many laps in the car and so we are getting to know it with each lap we complete. Having driven other types of car, it's tough adapting to the style needed for the GranTurismo MC Trofeo. Saying this, it is important to improve with each session. We hope that the race will see us take another step in the right direction".