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David Cole
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Heat Races – Round #3

Junior Rok:

(A vs D)
5. Ryan Norberg
31. Luis Jose Forteza – DNF
14. Olivier Bellanger
28. Jacobo Camacho

Norberg was up to seventh after starting 11th, and was the quickest driver on the track. He fought his way up to fifth, earning purple in sector 2 and fast lap of the race. Forteza retired on the opening lap, with Bellanger gaining four spots in the eight lap race.

Super Rok:

(A vs D)
10. Remo Ruscitti
17. Jordan Redlin
23. Don McGregor (E30)

Ruscitti gain one spot at the start and then jumped up to 12th by lap three. In the final laps, he gained to more to finish 10th. Redlin gained six spots while McGregor was fourth of the E30 drivers, moving up six total spots in the 10 laps.

(B vs C)
23. Dustin Stross
34. Christian Pottolichio
35. Chris Eagles (E30)

Eagles retired on lap one, with Pottolichio out with three laps remaining. Stross was 25th after the first lap and gained two more positions.

Mini Rok:

(A vs D)
16. Jagger Jones
17. Ricardo Villasmil

Jones was running inside the top-10 until two laps remained and he was shuffled back to 18th. On the final lap, Jones went purple in sector 2, running his fast lap to gain two spots by the checkered flag.

(E vs H)
1. Antonio Serravalle
6. Lachlan DeFrancesco
12. Mathias Ramirez
14. David Morales

Serravalle led early on but was then pushed back to second on lap five. On the final lap, the Canadian passed for the win. DeFrancesco was fifth after the first lap, ending up losing on spot. Ramirez had a stellar drive from the back, gaining 11 spots with Morales up two from his grid spot.

(B vs C)
9. Dylan Tavella
21. Jace Jones

Tavella did not move much in the eight laps, getting up to eighth at one point but fell back to ninth on the final lap. Jones was inside the top-20, but fell back toward the end of the session, dropping four spots from where he started.

(F vs G)
7. Gianluca Petecof
14. Colin Queen

Petecof fell back to seventh at the start after sitting sixth on the grid. He tried to fight his way forward, but remained in the same position. Queen was 12th after the opening circuit, but fell back two spots on lap four, where he remained to the checkered flag.

David Cole - EKN Managing Editor