Champions Of The Future - Matveev, Lindblad, Day and Ippolito triumph in the race

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The curtain falls on the first round of the competition by RGMMC, Champions Of The Future.

60 Mini - Matveev completes the work
In the cadet category there is no lack of spectacle and above all the now customary dominion of Dmitry Matveev (Energy). The Russian completes yet another weekend without errors, keeping the leader of the classification well, won with the victory in the pre-final. Pure formality in the Final 60 Mini, administered by Matveev for 10 laps without problems, preceding the direct rival Kean Berta Nakamura (Team Driver). Bronze medal for a good Mark Kastelic (Team Driver) with two reassembled positions, fourth Adam Hideg (Kidix) and fifth Gladysz Maciej (Parolin).

OKJ - Lindblad wins with recovery
The British driver sends a clear warning to all the drivers who will soon be competing for the first appointment with the FIA ​​European Championship. After the pre-final closed in second position, Arvid Lindblad did not miss the attack in first place in the good fight with Stenshorne (Rosberg Racing), overtaken five laps from the end. First position therefore and positive signs, the same goes for Freddie Slater, the new Ricky Flynn flag and certainly for Igor Cepil, protagonist until the final, closed in third place. Top five for the great comeback of Ugo Ugochukwu with ten positions recovered from the start, fifth by Nikolas Tsolov (DPK). Stenshorne finishes fifth after leading the race in the first period.

OK - Lennox Racing wins with Jamie Day
Also for the Senior, preparation for the European Championship completed with the RGMMC weekend. Different and unexpected protagonists compared to the eve, useful to arrive with more expectations at the debut of the FIA ​​races. The man of the day is Jamie Day to the delight of Lennox Racing CL16, perfect on Sunday in Zuera with the victory of the pre-final promptly replicated in the final after the initial battle with Bedrin. Day wins and runs away finishing five tenths of a second behind his colleague Taylor Barnard (Rosberg Racing), good at recovering five total positions, including the second position of Nikita Bedrin (Ward Racing), then third. Fourth position in the hands of Turney (Tony Kart), disappoints Valtanen (Pantano) on the ball until the heats and conditioned by the fifth place in the pre-final, then confirmed in the race.

KZ2 - Ippolito and CRG perfect
Paolo Ippolito (CRG) brings home the winner's trophy thanks to a weekend interpreted in the best way. After qualifying and heats the Italian recover a pre-final closed first in second place and then third after a penalty, winning by measure on the competition. Second place initially attributed to home driver Brad Benavides (CPB), then disqualified for incorrect maneuver. Therefore Antonio Garay (Magik) gains a position, third Daniel Vasile for DR colors.

Credits: Josu Uribe

Created by: scorradengo - 19/07/20

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