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Thanks to an another solid performance Karol Pasiewicz clinches third place in the WSK Open Cup Standings!🥉👏👏👏 But… https://t.co/xn7x6wY5WT
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Solid Saturday in Adria ✌ With a win each, Karol Pasiewicz and Tymoteusz Kucharczyk lockout the front row for tomo… https://t.co/tgktQNYGtF
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It's been quite a busy day here in Adria! But there is still one heat to go tomorrow for Karol Pasiewicz, who now… https://t.co/cwSe4FJEOI
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Round 1 heats done and dusted! In OK, Cristian Bertuca completes another solid comeback coming home in 5th in the… https://t.co/ps7ag4hzxo
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It's break time in Adria: this morning's heats went in the books with a win🥇for Tymoteusz Kucharczyk, a 2nd🥈place f… https://t.co/rsIPPO0O91
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🚥 Green light for warm-up in Adria! 🔜 Qualifying Heats 📸 LRN Photo https://t.co/XGrUHt6yA7
13/05/2015

Unlucky debut for Ricciardo Kart in the CIK-FIA KFJ European Championship

Ricciardo Kart faced an unlucky weekend in Portimão (Portugal) for its debut in the CIK-FIA KFJ European Championship.
 
The Factory Team led by Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo closed the Final in twenty-third place with  Rasmus Lindh. At his first time on the Portuguese circuit, the young Swedish driver started from fifteenth on grid and out up a nice defense, working his way past some heated duels. As he was battling for the  top 10 on lap nine, Rasmus then fell victim to a contact that dropped him down to thirtieth, but, instead of giving up, he charged up with determination to close twenty-third. 
 
The result was not what everyone hoped for, but Lindh proved to be fast all weekend long, especially in the Prefinal: twenty-fifth at the start, he stormed his way past  several rivals to cross the line fifteenth.  
 
Rasmus Lindh, #206: “It was a tough weekend. We were unlucky during the qualifyings and this impacted our heat results. In fact, starting from mid-field, we were involved in several duels, with contacts slowing down our recovery. In addition, I had to be extra careful to keep within the new bumper rules. Anyways, I managed to continue my rise in the Prefinal, where we gained 10 positions! Too bad that in the Final I clashed while trying a pass and dropped to the rear. I knew making the top spots was never going to happen at that point, even if I kept pushing.” 
 
Gianluca Beggio, General Manager: “Unlucky debut for Ricciardo Kart. Starting the weekend with tough qualifyings conditioned us through the heats, forcing us to start from mid-field, where there is a higher risk of contacts and accidents. We hope to be more lucky in the next round at the PFI.”