The last time we saw him this happy when climbing out of a Maserati was during the first ever Trofeo season.
Paolo Necchi will not have happy memories of Monza.
At the end of the second free practice session, Pietro Zumerle did not seem too put out after posting the fourteenth best time; Zumerle is teaming up with Tiziano Frazza at Zolder.
Marco Petrini scans the monitor to check his lap time and then shows a little disappointment.
Francesco Maggi is not having a good time of it at Zolder
Nicolò, as well as being the youngest of the Trofeo competitors, is also one of the happiest looking.
The Frenchman is making hay while the sun shines. With Stefano Gai not racing at Zolder, Sicart has the GT4 lead in his cross-hairs and kicked off his campaign with two excellent performances in Qualifying.
Necchi is one of the drivers who seems to have adapted quickest to the style needed to drive the GranTurismo MC Trofeo as well as being one of the challengers for the title.
It is difficult to say whether the glass is half empty or half full for the Belgian.
Nicki Pastorelli: “After the comeback in Race 1, starting from pole in the second race made things easier for me. That aside, I really enjoyed it out there".