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Disappointing 8th For Daruvala In F2 Round 12 Feature Race At Bahrain

 Carlin's Jehan Daruvala clutched eighth spot in the element race of cycle 12 of the 2020 FIA Formula 2 World Championship at Bahrain. His colleague and individual Red Bull junior driver Yuki Tsunoda changed over shaft position into a firmly challenged race win. 

A troublesome beginning off the line for both Carlin drivers saw Daruvala drop from third to sixth on the matrix, with his partner dropping to third. With the circuit design short and loaded with long straights, it was a slipstream train for a large portion of the main 10 sprinters, making surpassing a harder errand than expected. 

To break that train and gain an undercut, Daruvala was one of the main sprinters to take his obligatory pitstop. The Indian driver picked up positions and was upto fifth at a certain point, however gradually disappeared against the elective technique sprinters that had a tire advantage. In the long run, Daruvala needed to make due with eighth at the checkered banner. 

While Daruvala couldn't exploit his solid passing, there is another occasion to compensate for it, as the Indian driver will begin on post situation for the upcoming 120km (34 laps) or 45-minute run race with Tsunoda beginning eighth. This is because of the main eight finishers from the element race arranging in a switched framework request for the run race. 

Will Jehan Daruvala finish his freshman Formula 2 mission on a high? All that will come to pass once t he last race of the 2020 FIA Formula 2 World Championship season begins on Sunday at 5:50pm (IST) and will be streamed live on the authority F1 YouTube channel.

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