After completing a full round of qualifying the drivers are seemingly getting back into their stride and new challengers are emerging. The track is holding together very well and so far there has not been any mention of a positive virus test result being found – all very good news!

Launching into Round 2 of qualifying it was the Stock Trucks up first. Chris Geier had secured round 1 and but Philip Marzinger had put in faster laps, so the threat was evident. Geier once again put in a solid performance to take TQ in Round 2, this time followed closely by Christian Wukonig and yet again Marzinger was the fastest man on track – just unable to turn fast laps into a fast 5 minute run.

Overall top 10 in Stock Truck

In the 2wd Stock Class, Mick Burbach went the extra bit to ensure that Trish Neal didn’t get a second TQ run. Both had reasonably clear runs and Burbach still managed to gap Trish by some 5 seconds. I don’t for a second think this battle is over  – the stock class is proving to be very tight and exciting to watch. 

Overall top 10 in 2wd Stock

In the 2wd modified class, Michal Orlowski and Micha Widmaier took their pace to another level. Both drivers achieving lap times of 18.6 seconds which is substantially faster than the bulk of the drivers in the top heat. The pace was intense and Orlowski only managed to gap Widmaier by a second or two over the whole 5 minute run. Orlowski now makes it two from two….

2wd modified top 10 after 2 rounds

Michal Orlowski current TQ Schumacher LD2

The EOS is a big family and we take time to wish our competitors a happy birthday when we get the chance. Today we took a few minutes to with Kevin Hodkinson (left) and Simon Stegmeier (right) very happy birthdays. Each was presented with a delicious cake by Uwe Rheinard (centre).


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