Gomez (CRG/Iame) puts everyone in line

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In the first round of the OK and OKJ European championship that officially opens the CIK/FIA titled season, the Brazilian of CRG confirms himself as the driver to beat in OK. In Junior, Sweden's Kaczynski (Tony Kart/Vortex) emerges.(photo Wafeproject)

The Valencia track resembles a typical F1 track, with wide corners and a couple of chicanes just to break the monotony. A particularly fast track (93 Km/h the average for the Senior) but not very captivating. And starting from the pole, as happened to Gabriel Gomez, gives an important advantage at the entrance of the curve right after the start. The Brazilian, after setting the best time in practice, managed to excel in the 5 heats on Saturday, stretching just enough in the first laps to then manage the race finale without any worries. 

He will have to face the litmus test tomorrow in the final stage, when his closest rivals in the grid will attack him from the start. For those who do not want to miss tomorrow's event, the schedule includes the start of Super Heat A at 10:35 a.m., Super Heat B at 11:25 a.m.
The Final will start at 2:10 p.m.

OK ranking after the heats

In OKJ, on the other hand, Sweden's Kaczynski will lead the line-up for Super Heat A which will start at 10:10, the next one at 11:00.
The Final will get underway at 1:15 p.m.

OKJ standings after heats

Created by: cggiuliano - 25/03/23

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