Rok Cup International Final – Friday Report

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The Friday of the Rok Cup International Final prepares the ground for tomorrow's grand final with the awarding of all the titles at stake.
Rok Cup International Final – Friday Report

MINI ROK - After the first tussles, another ten direct matches animated the Italian public. Alex Powel, Bohra Akshay, Cristian Bertuca and Andrea Kimi Antonelli each scored two successes between yesterday and today. In addition to the "fantastic four", victories for Jacob Douglas, Nikita Johnson, Lukas Malek and Jonathan Weywadt. Showdown tomorrow with the last four head to head in the category, before the Final.

JUNIOR ROK - In the junior, Pietro Ragone sets his sights on the final pole position adding two more victories to yesterday's spoils. Zilish, Kucharczyk and Ferrari triumph in the remaining direct clashes. Also for the Junior Rok, three more heats scheduled for tomorrow morning.

SENIOR ROK - Manche completed in Senior and now official starting grid. Thanks to two wins and a second place, Alex Brown will start in front of everyone for the category final. Virtually on the podium, Maciej Szyszko and Giuseppe Gaglianò seemed in great shape. Molinari and the second of the Szyszko brothers close the top five.

EXPERT - EXPERT PLUS - Daniel Zajac continues his triumphant drive, obtaining zero penalties at the end of the heats, valid for the final pole position. Ariel Castro and Gaia Magno will start just behind, in the first and second row.

SHIFTER ROK - The struggle for success in the premier class becomes very tight even before it starts. Cristopher Zani, Andrea Zemin and Henry Cubides conclude with the same score after three direct matches, claiming the first three positions. Samuel Luyet and Sandri in the top five. Bad news for Rubens Barrichello, only 39th, hence out of the final. The Brazilian will be fifth for the Vortex Trophy.

SUPER ROK - In the Super, Luca Bosco tries for an encore after the Junior title of 2017. The Italian takes full advantage of his starting in pole gaining a second place and two successes. Assault on the first place by Kacper Szczurek and Domenico Cicognini, in second and third place. The reigning champion D'Abramo will start fourth followed by Machado, fifth.

Appointment tomorrow with the category grand finale.


Credits: Marianella Gonzalez

Created by: agiustini - 13/10/18

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