European OK to Rodby, Lammers aims high

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In OK René Lammers and Gabriel Gomez are playing for a big slice of the championship, the two are paired in the race and in the championship. Even in OK Junior, which sees Martinese and Monza, two outsiders on pole at the start of the Super Heats, a thrilling finish is expected with Ramaekers and Bondarev leading the championship in close contact.

The TM Kart-powered Dutchman  thanks to his third time in the qualifying times, has actually momentarily overtaken Iame-powered championship leader Gomez. The duel for the title victory thus enters into full swing to the delight of the fans who will be able to enjoy the final phase that promises to be gripping, to say the least.
Yes, because the Brazilian of Crg managed to recover the second row at the start of Super Heats A from 26th position in qualifying. A position that allows him to still play for high stakes, although up front he will have to contend with Nakamura Berta and René Lammers, as well as Poland's Gladysz, the fastest in practice who starts alongside him. A pre-final that will be contested openly, and which moreover awards decisive points for the purposes of the championship. In short, a date not to be missed.
In the other Super Heats, the B, we find lined up in the front rows Alex Powell and Tomass Stolcermanis, Joe Turney and Miguel Costa.

The OK Junior featured Italian Jacopo Martinese and Tiziano Monza on pole in their respective Super Heats. But the race will have its eyes on the other duel between the top of the class with Ramaekers second at 16 points from standings leader Bondarev. This is also a final stage of the Cadets that is set to be charged with high expectations, thanks to several outsiders who do not want to miss out on a golden opportunity.

Created by: cggiuliano - 17/06/23

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