It was heat three when Jordon Lennox found something in his CRG/Swedetech setup that allowed him to a much better pace later in races. That set up transitioned perfectly to the final where Lennox was able to turn consistent, fast laps where others could not. The win is Jordon’s fifth of the season in S1, a perfect record in the main events.
Starting from fourth, the opening set of corners went as perfect as it could for Lennox, moving into first after the third corner. David Fore tried his hardest to keep pace with Jordon, recapturing the lead on lap four, but ultimately failing to keep pace with his CRG rival. Danny Formal had a poor start that dropped him back to seventh on the opening lap after starting second. The DR Kart pilot kept his focus and started to turn the fastest laps of the race in the early going. He eventually made his way back to third at the checkered.
OGP drivers Nick Neri and Oliver Askew were finally able to find some consistent speed in the final after struggling in the heat races. They finished fourth and sixth respectfully, and now head to Spain tomorrow for the Rotax Grand Finals. Fritz Leesmann looked like he was going catch Lennox and Fore in the very early stages of the race but would fall to fifth in the final tally.
Canadian’s Matthew Di Leo and Scott Hargrove had a tough run in this one as they finished 22nd and 26th respectively.