Sergio Canamasas has made the switch to race for Hilmer Motorsport this weekend at the Hungaroring.
Canamasas started his season with MP Motorsport until he split with the team just before Austria. The Spaniard quickly found another seat in the Series with Lazarus for the Silverstone but has now moved on to drive for Hilmer Motorsport.
Given that this is Canamasas’ third team in one season, he is the first driver in GP2 history to race for three separate teams in one calendar year.
The #25 Hilmer car that Canamasas will drive has already been driven by Johnny Cecotto, Simon Trummer and – last time out – Jon Lancaster. All of whom failed to score a single point for the team.
Canamasas’ last visit to the Hungaroring saw him cause a lengthy red flag period after colliding with Nathanaël Berthon in the Feature Race. He missed the Sunday Sprint Race due to injuries.
Zoel Amberg will take the Lazarus seat that Canamasas has vacated.