H2O Racing
Union Internationale Motonautique


October 3, 2016

Monday, 3 October, LIUZHOU (China); Jonas Andersson faces an uphill task in this afternoon’s UIM F1H2O Grand Prix of Liuzhou if he is to keep his title challenge intact.


The Team Sweden driver starts from the outside in 18th place after engine problems limited him to just one uncompetitive lap in yesterday’s BRM Qualifying. “Practice this morning was okay so we will see what happens later,” he said. “I had a small problem in practice yesterday when I felt that I lose power but for qualifying all power was gone. That engine is finished so we run a new one. 


“The race will be tough. I must be careful at the start because it can get messy starting way out on the outside. After that it will be a case of pushing to the maximum and just try to get as high as possible. I need the points. I have a target and am going to try even more than normal.”