RGMMC COTF, Kristianstad - Tye and Morgatto on top, European Championship in mind

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The Champions Of The Future also archived the Kristianstad stage. Victory for Nathan Tye in Junior and Matheus Morgatto in Senior.

OKJ - There is always Tye
Considering that the Kristianstad weekend is nothing more than a prelude to what we will experience in a few weeks at the European Championship, it is certainly encouraging for Nathan Tye. The current leader of the overall standings did not make a mistake this time either, winning the Junior final. After the start, Tye defended his pole position as best he could, but was attacked by a good Anatoly Khavalkin leading the first part of the race. Still focused on the objective, Tye then surprised Khavalkin by taking back the first position. From that moment on, the Sodikart spearhead never left the top and led the race.
Behind the Englishman, a very hard fight for the podium that eventually saw Lucas Fluxa emerge, almost half a second from the top and good at keeping Tye busy. Third place for the surprise of the weekend Maxens Verbrugge with five positions recovered. Fourth and fifth place for Guillaume Bouzar who continues with his positive streak, behind him Khavalkin returning to the track after the absence of Zuera. Race reduced to 16 laps after the final red flag.

OK - Morgatto, what a race!
It was the Brazilian's best race of the weekend at Kristianstad. The DPK driver impressed everyone, especially with his race pace, which was clearly faster than the others. Morgatto took the lead already at the start, proving himself superior and running away over the 25 laps of the race. Overwhelming victory for Morgatto with almost a four-second lead and revenge after recent races where despite being fast he had failed to finish. Second place for Evan Giltaire, confirmed as solid after the first races of the year and certainly one to watch in a fortnight' time. Also returning to the podium was Luigi Coluccio, back in karting after his first two races as a highly successful GT driver. As always, the Italian showed great potential at Kristianstad, a track he has always favoured. Fourth Juho Valtanen, fifth Luka Sammalisto. 


Photo: Champions of The Future Media 

Created by: scorradengo - 22/05/22

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