Riccardo Romagnoli (1st): "The track was really slippery because of the rain. This caused me a few problems in finding the ideal racing line.
Giorgio Sernagiotto (1st): “It was a great race and one where I drove on the limit all the way through, especially early on when Dromedari did really well to keep up with me.
Alberto Vescovi, one of the friendliest and most charismatic drivers from the first Maserati Trofeo, made a comeback to the world series after a stint in the Trofeo Middle East.
He probably could not have imagined a debut like it even though Richard Denny has some track experience.
After an excellent display in yesterday's qualifying session, everyone expected Garelli to secure a place just off the podium. As things turned out, a difficult start made his race a real test.
Seventh across the line and Giuseppe Fascicolo brought an end to a race in which his main worry was tyre pressure.
All eyes were on Renaud Kuppens after he caught the eye in qualifying.
Alessandro Chionna, 2011 Team champion together with Cedric Sbirrazzuoli, was facing a whole new track at Jarama.
He finished tenth but it was like a win for him. This was how Fabrizio Macchitella felt as he stepped out of the Trofeo after the first of two races this weekend in Spain.
Riccardo Romagnoli: "I tried to make the most of my knowledge of the track and the car seeing as I had driven it in last year's Giro d'Italia for cars.