Minì and Antonelli win the races, Amand and Travisanutto are Champions!

- Races
Gabriele Minì (OK) and Andrea Kimi Antonelli (OK) win at Le Mans, while Travisanutto and Amand are crowned the new European champions!

OK - Minì celebrates race victory, Travisanutto the European Championship
 
The epilogue of Le Mans features an Italian 1-2 in Senior thanks to Gabriele Minì and Lorenzo Travisanutto, accompanied by Taylor Barnard. Gabriele Minì has a great weekend, his first European victory in OK. After gaining three positions, the young driver  from Palermo drove flat-out to win, yet another demonstration of his great rookie season, finishing second in the general standings behind Lorenzo Travisanutto.
 
The World Champion managed a race that was not entirely easy, caught in the brawl for the top five positions, then second after Coluccio crashed on the last corner and the penalty for the spoiler for Turney, who came second under the checkered flag. Second FIA title in a row for the Venetian, new European Champion with 97 points against Dexter Patterson, out of the race after the first laps and out of contention. Bronze medal for Taylor Barnard, reborn in the last few races. Top five completed by Joseph Turney, author of six recovered positions and Nikolas Pirttlahti with ten overtakes.

OKJ - Antonelli show, Amand wins the title! The Le Mans weekend ends with an Italian 1-2, while Marcus Amand wins the European Champion title.
 After a weekend at the top, Andrea Kimi Antonelli brings home a deserved victory, the result of continued growth on track weekend after weekend. 
After overtaking Stenshorne for leadership, the Italian driver of Rosberg's crew brings the F1 2016 World Champion's team to the top step with a superlative race to the end. Behind Antonelli, another Italian with Alfio Spina at his best career result in the European Championship. The fantastic race by the Sicilian who gained four positions and was only three tenths of gap from a probable struggle for success with his brand mate.
On the third step of the podium Ugo Ugochukwu, a solid drive throughout the French weekend with four positions gained. Fourth was Stenshorne, starting pole man and protagonist of the weekend, fifth James Wharton after the team change. Marcus Amand concludes a weekend that is not very representative but functional in terms of ranking with the right amount of points to become the new European Champion after Paul Aron in 2018. 
A terrible weekend for Thomas Ten Brinke, out of the final after a disastrous qualifying on Friday. With this result, Amand takes home the title by only 7 points on Andrea Kimi Antonelli, third Ten Brinke with 58.

From Le Mans, S.C.
Credits: FM Images
 

Leave your comment:

Newsletter

Stay tuned!
Sign up for our mailing list
Follow Us on Facebook