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2018 UIM F4 World Championship – Rounds 1 & 2

The opening 2 rounds of the 2018 UIM F4 World Championship were competed for last weekend at Lago di Barcis in Northern Italy.

Finland’s Tuukka Lehtonen won Round 1 from pole position while Britain’s Ben Jelf became entangled with a turn mark and had to watch the rest of the race from the sidelines.

Morgan Jernfast from Sweden and France’s Quentin Dailly took second and third places.

Results

Finland’s Tuukka Lehtonen

2018 UIM F4 World Championship – Round 1

Q1

Quentin Dailly
Tuukka Lehtonen
Nikita Lijcs

Q2

Tuukka Lehtonen
Morgan Jernfast
Nikita Lijcs

Q1 (Top 6 shoot out)

Tuukka Lehtonen
Quentin Dailly
Ben Jelf

Race

Tuukka Lehtonen
Morgan Jernfast
Quentin Dailly

2018 UIM F4 World Championship – Round 2

Ben Jelf put right his error from the previous day and celebrated his 18th birthday with pole and a race win.

Sweden’s Morgan Jernfast and Rudy Revert from France took the other podium slots.

Reflecting on a busy weekend, Jelf commented:

I made a mistake yesterday, I took the turn too tightly and never gave myself enough room.
It was a disappointing result for the team but I only had myself to blame so I was determined today to reward their hard work with a win.

I’d like to dedicate the win to my fantastic girlfriend Aimee, who is currently very ill in hospital.

Q1

Ben Jelf
Rudy Revert
Paulius Stainys

Q2

Ben Jelf 
Tuukka Lehtonen 
Quentin Dailly

Q3 (Top 6 shoot out)

Ben Jelf
Morgan Jernfast
Tuukka Lehtonen 

Race

Ben Jelf 
Morgan Jernfast
Rudy Revert
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