Formula 3InterviewsOpen Wheel Racing

We talk to Steel Guiliana after mega quick but unlucky F3 opener

Share
Steel Guiliana was on hot form at Bathurst even if the results didn't go his way
Steel Guiliana was on hot form at Bathurst even if the results didn’t go his way

We were able to catch up with Australian F3 front runner Steel Guiliana after the opening round of the Championship that took place at the Bathurst Motor Festival over the Easter weekend.

Guiliana staked his place as a title contender with hugely quick times, although the results didn’t go his way.  He led race 1 until this incident:

httpv://youtu.be/VulFYEBr_hU

He went onto finish last.  Race two he started mid pack and was fighting his way through the field on a wet track.  In difficult conditions, he was the only car to break into the 2:26 range – going down as low as a 2:26.1,  A long late race safety car though halted his progress.

We caught up and chatted about his weekend, next weekend’s round in Tasmania and the 2013 season.

We have talked to Steel in the past, check out this 2012 interview.

The Australian F3 Championship will take place over seven rounds in 2013.

Click here to download the interview with Steel Guiliana (right click and save as)

Click here to subscribe to RacerViews iTunes channel

For more information about Steel, visit his page.

Interview by Sam Tickell, April 2013

RacerViews was established in 2011 and with the aim of delivering a new web experience to motorsport fans.  We bring exclusive interviews and photos from motorsports finest drivers of yesterday, today and tomorrow.  Our team has over 30 years of experience in the motorsport field.  With a heavy presence on Facebook, Twitter and iTunes where we have over 2800 followers,  our mission to bring exclusive content is in safe hands.  We have partnered with motorsport teams like Stig Richards Motorsport, One of a Kind MotorsportDark Horse Racing and MRT Performance in order to give you the best exclusive motorsport coverage.

We are always looking for new people to join our team.  If you are a motorsports photographer or journalist looking for additional exposure or a great place to learn your trade, contact us