Second race weekend for Jan Przyrowski at Campos Racing, for the last round of the Formula Winter Series. Although a huge amount of points was possible, Przyrowski showed an amazing preparation for what’s to come in 2024.

After an impressive debut on the second round of the Formula Winter Series in Valencia, Jan Przyrowski returned for the last round in Barcelona, in order to keep learning and improving with Campos Racing.

Two days of testing precede the last racing weekend of the Winter Series, two on Thursday, and two on Friday, but mainly on Friday times weren’t the best for anyone as the track was slippery.

The real action didn’t take place until Saturday, where qualifying for races 1 and 2 was supposed to take place early in the morning, but didn’t, due to bad weather conditions. In spite of that, the race direction took combined times from Friday’s testing sessions, which put Przyrowski on P3 for the first race of the weekend, on Saturday afternoon.

Race 1 didn’t begin properly, the whole grid made two laps under the Safety Car, and the race was stopped with a red flag, waiting for the rain to stop pouring, but the weather didn’t improve, and so ended Saturday’s activity in Barcelona.

Sunday morning improved Saturday’s conditions, sun was shining, and so did Przyrowski that qualified for both 2 and 3 races, in an extraordinary P4 that pushed him to fight for the top spots.

The first race of the weekend saw Jan drop to P13 due to being standing at the wet side of the track. After an early Safety Car, Przyrowski put in some great moves to storm through the field, and reach a solid P7, showing extraordinary pace.

The last race of the Formula Winter Series took place on Sunday’s afternoon, where after a hard fought start, Jan Przyrowski dropped to P11, but quickly recovered and put himself in P9 before an early Safety Car came out. At the restart, Przyrowski made a great move aiming for P7, but a clash with another driver sent him to the back of the field, ending his race in P21.

A weekend to be proud of, lots learned. Jan put on a solid performance overall, although there wasn’t any racing on Saturday. Then on Sunday, an impressive qualifying made him line-up in P4 for both races, showing huge overtakes and a good racecraft in both runs.

Now it’s time to rest, analyze all the data, and put everything together in order to prepare for what will be an exciting beginning of the F4 Spanish Championship, in May, in Madrid.

Jan Przyrowski:
“We had a lot of pace, it was not the easiest weekend because I didn’t manage the starts really well, such a shame because we had the pace to fight for a P1 finish in every race. I feel very comfortable with the car, everything comes together, and I have a lot of confidence in myself to make overtakes whenever necessary. My target for the F4 Spanish Campionship season is to win, because we have the pace”.