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29/06/2015

Birel ART and PSL control the pace in Colorado

After a 3400 km trip across the country, Birel ART and PSL -the official importer for North America- drivers put down a convincing effort at this weekends round 2 of the US Open Championship. 
 
Oliver Askew, Sr. Max (PSL/KMS/ GKS Power), dominated each official session with 4 heat wins and conquered the final aboard the RY- 30 Birel ART chassis. With track surface temperatures reaching well over 60°C, Askew was able to overcome the greasy conditions with ease, which allowed him to put the power down when it counted and cruise to victory. 
 
DD2 was a clean sweep for all Birel ART pilots, powered by GKS/ PSL, Jeff Kingsley (P1), Ferenc Kancsar (P2), Alessandro Bizzotto (P3), and Nathan Mauel (P4). In DD2-M, Luis Zervigon (GKS Power) finished P1, and will leave with confidence heading into the US Nationals. 
 
Official PSL/Birel ART driver, Dylan Tavella has transitioned without effort to his RY-30, earning a P9 after a massive crash in corner one at the start of the final. Luis Alfonso Perez (Falcone GP) finished P4, however he was able to attack hard in the Shifter Jr. category and earned a P1 aboard his CRY-30. 
 
Birel ART Factory Driver in Europe, Jordon Lennox-Lamb enjoyed a beautiful fight in the final with Davide Fore, swapping positions every lap in the CRY-30-S7, eventually ending with a P2
 
CJ Cramm, despite a last lap incident, has developed his skills in the last months to be a top contender. With a notable performance, Cramm pushed his limits in heat 4 with a P1, competing against some of America’s best shifter pilots
 
Mini Max recruit, Grant Langon (Sargeant Power) adapted well the difficult track conditions in the final, eventually crossing P5 in an absolutely stacked Mini field. Noel Leon (Falcone GP) put his Birel ART C-28 in the lead for a portion of the final, however slight contact in the closing laps dropped him back to P4
 
“One of the biggest improvements we have made this year is our engine program with GKS and Sargeant Power. We are making progress at each event, pushing our limits and ability to win.” stated Andrew Campbell, PSL Team Manager. “As well, it’s important we congratulate all our team drivers and thank our partners at KMS, GKS for their continued support and efforts.”
 
Per il comunicato in italiano clicca qui: Birel ART e PSL al vertice in Colorado