Roosens and Hanley unbeatable
Kenny Roosens (KFJ) has no rival in the final. Keeping the lead at the start after winning the prefinal he pulls away from Lundgaard and Maini lap after lap. His advantage easily exceed 4" during the tenth lap, with 7 laps from the finish. The battle for second place goes to Collet who moves past Maini and then Lundgaard. In the final then the unexpected happens, with Maini protagonist of a risky move to say the least. And for this the race direction will almost certainly take disciplinary action. The last laps are raced under the slow sign to allow the medical assistance to drivers involved in the accident. The final standings see Roosens winning from Collet. For the third place we must wait for the decision of the stewards.
Ben Hanley also dominates the final KF. The English leads from the start making full use of the pole position conquered in the prefinal. In full control of the race, the rest of the group starts fighting for position from the early stages. Joyner also well interpreted the race, quickly gaining on the rest of the group. Behind the top two firmly in control of their respective positions, a group of drivers fought for third, eventually grabbed by Felice Tiene. Behind him Janker and Van Leeuwen completed the top-5, as two other protagonists of this first KF European round. We expected something more from Vartanyan and Nielsen who finished eighth and ninth respectively.