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The Baby Race storm hits Adria with wins ad great finishes

The Baby Race storm hits Adria with wins ad great finishes

Two wins, a podium finish, and an overwhelming weekend came for Baby Race at Adria after the equally convincing and winning one of Trofeo delle Industrie. The Italian squad was a dominant force: the first out of two rounds of the WSK Final Cup at Adria saw an incredible double in the Mini 60 class with Nikita Bedrin and Ruslan Fomin. An exciting Final was contested under pouring rain, like all the races of the afternoon. Bedrin was once again outstanding in the Final, prevailing at the end of a last-gasp battle in which he swapped positions with Spina until the final corner. It was a test of strength for Bedrin and Baby Race. Thanks to the great second place of the highly-convincing Fomin, who is growing stronger and stronger, was confirmed as the best team in class at international level. Rashid Al Dhaheri also impressed with a remarkable recovery. He fought back to the 11th place in the Final after clinching the last position available at the end of the pre final. It was a pity for Max Popov, Patrick Fraboni and Francesco Lorandi, who were unable to access the Finals, but they will have other opportunities to show their potential.

In OKJ, Alexey Brizhan made it to the third step of the podium. In the opening laps, the young Russian fielded by Baby Race, held the lead under pouring rain but then after several battle he slipped back to fourth. In the end, following to a penalty assessed to an opponent, Brizhan celebrated third place. Luca Bosco was unlucky as despite having the potential needed to access the final, he stopped with a broken chain in the pre final and could not make his way to the feature run.

In the OK category, Leonardo Marseglia left his mark on the Pre-Final with some excellent duels. In the end he moved up to sixth place from P8 in the closing lap. In the Final, under heavy rain, he found himself in 19th, but lap after lap he recovered to finish 13th. At the end of the race, a 10-second penalty pushed him back to 16th.

Last but not least, Alessio Lorandi dominated in KZ: after taking the pole in qualifying, he won three heats, the pre finals and a weather-hit Final, scoring the fastest lap and leaving his closest contender almost 10 seconds back.

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