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Sasahara leads ART Junior Team return at Eurocup Aragon test

by Valentin Khorounzhiy
Photo: Evers Media / FR2.0 NEC

Photo: Evers Media / FR2.0 NEC

Having skipped the opening test of the 2015 Eurocup pre-season at Le Mans, French squad ART Junior Team will be back with a full three-car lineup at Motorland Aragon.

18-year-old Ukyo Sasahara will headline the team’s return, having finished sixth in the 2014 edition of Formula Renault 2.0 NEC.

The Japanese driver will be joined by Nicholas Surguladze, who took part in Eurocup pre-season testing last year and did two rounds of the NEC series with AVF.

French F4 race winner Darius Oskoui completes the lineup, having constantly been on the verge of a FR2.0 drive since 2013.

Strakka will field the other two out-of-contract drivers of the test – Max Defourny and Valentin Hasse-Clot.

A total of 30 cars are set to take to the track during the three-day event.

Entry list
Team Day 1 Day 2
Koiranen GP Anton De Pasquale Anton De Pasquale
Jake Hughes
Jack Aitken
Fortec Motorsports Martin Kodric Martin Kodric
Ben Barnicoat Ben Barnicoat
Callan O’Keeffe Callan O’Keeffe
Luke Chudleigh Luke Chudleigh
ART Junior Team Ukyo Sasahara Ukyo Sasahara
Nicholas Surguladze Nicholas Surguladze
Darius Oskoui Darius Oskoui
Josef Kaufmann Racing Louis Deletraz Louis Deletraz
Kevin Jorg Kevin Jorg
Dries Vanthoor Dries Vanthoor
Manor MP Motorsport Dennis Olsen Dennis Olsen
Lasse Sorensen Lasse Sorensen
Tech 1 Racing Hugo de Sadeleer Hugo de Sadeleer
Simon Gachet Simon Gachet
Anthoine Hubert Anthoine Hubert
ARTA Engineering Amaury Richard Amaury Richard
James Allen
AVF Harrison Scott Harrison Scott
Inigo Bikuna Inigo Bikuna
Josef Zaruba Josef Zaruba
Henrique Chaves Henrique Chaves
Strakka Racing Charlie Eastwood Charlie Eastwood
Valentin Hasse-Clot Valentin Hasse-Clot
Max Defourny Max Defourny
JD Motorsport Matevos Isaakyan Matevos Isaakyan
Thiago Vivacqua Thiago Vivacqua
Mathias Kristensen Mathias Kristensen