Milell and Lindblad in the ""hell" of Cremona's qualifying

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The Swedish reigning World Champion keeps the pace shown in all free practice and leads the group of the Top class. The rookie Lindblad at the top in KZ2, measured by the leader Tom Leuillet and the surprising Bertuca.

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The pace had already shown in the morning free practice and in the hottest moment of the day - literally, with 35 ° C - the Swedish Noah Milell confirmed himself at the top (45,798) ahead of Van Walstijn and his teammate, also Champion of the World in charge of OK Tukka Taponen who, like Lindblad, is showing that it adapts perfectly to driving with the gearbox. To find the main contenders for the title you have to go down to 7th and 9th position where we find Ippolito and Denner, in any case only about three tenths from the fastest. Viganò, who can also aim for the continental title, is 14th for now but the games are completely open for a result that is still open to all predictions, especially if outsiders of the title fight like Milell were to confirm themselves at the top in the heats that will characterize the day tomorrow and in the finals. Davide Forè, still engaged in top-level competitions at the age of almost 48, is in 17th position just 5 tenths from the strongest riders in the world after having always been among the fastest even in the morning: chapeau!

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Arvid Lindblad, the fastest in 46.099 in qualifying after being at the top even in the morning free practice, confirms that he is the driver to keep an eye on at the weekend, even if the high number of entries and the numerous heats that separate us from the Final could shuffle the cards quite a bit. The games are also open because Leuillet is there immediately behind the British (46.140) and also Trefilov, the other main contender for the title is not far away even if the 11th position overall (46,357) will lead him to fight a little more to get back up. in the heats that have already started today. It resumes at full speed tomorrow for the screening of the finalists.
 

Created by: fmarangon - 17/06/22

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