The 2018 F1H2o 'Rookie of the Year', Erik Edin will be racing in the World Championship again this season and I took the opportunity to ask the Swede about the upcoming season.
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Team Amaravati have today confirmed that their F1H2o driver line-up for 2019 will remain unchanged with Erik Edin retaining his seat alongside Jonas Andersson.
In our article yesterday, we reported that Shaun Torrente and Thani Al Qemzi had been confirmed as the drivers to represent Team Abu Dhabi this season.
2018 F1H2o World Champion Shaun Torrente and Thani Al Qemzi have today been confirmed as the 2 drivers that will spearhead Team Abu Dhabi's 2019 F1H2o championship challenge.
Team Abu Dhabi's Thani Al-Qemzi sustained engine issues midway through the race in today's Gran Prix of Sharjah, which ruined his chance to become the new UIM F1H2O World Champion.
Team Abu Dhabi's Erik Stark didn't get the season finale he had hoped for as his first place and the 20 points gained in today's Grand Prix of Sharjah were not enough to claim the 2018 F1H2O World Championship title.
Shaun Torrente was crowned UIM 2018 World Championship after today's Grand Prix of Sharjah. Finishing third in the final race of the season was good enough to ensure his first World Title in the premier circuit racing class.
Shaun Torrente is the 2018 UIM F1H2O World Champion. Finishing third at the Grand Prix of Sharjah was good enough to ensure his first World Title in the premier circuit racing class.