Sweden's Jonas Andersson took a crucial pole position in Sharjah this afternoon, while his championship rival, Shaun Torrente, will start from fifth in the final F1H2o race of the season on Saturday.
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The Victory Team's Erik Stark headed the times in the second free practice session held in Sharjah today, his tour of 45.58 seconds eclipsed the 46.09 he set earlier in extra free practice.
Erik Stark was quickest in the F1H2o extra free practice session this morning when he went round the Sharjah course in 46.09 seconds and it compares favourably with his 2018 pole-setting time of 45.61.
Guido Cappellini believes Shaun Torrente and Thani Al Qemzi can cope with the intense pressure they face in this weekend’s Grand Prix of Sharjah and emerge with another double title triumph in the UIM F1H2O World Championship.
Emirates Racing’s Marit Stromoy travels from Oslo Gardermoen airport to Sharjah today, the venue where she made history in 2015, becoming the first female to win a F1H2o race.
On this day last year, Shaun Torrente won the 2018 UIM F1H2o World Championship in Sharjah, in what he describes as, 'The greatest day of my professional life'.
The milestone 20th UIM F1H2O Grand Prix of Sharjah [18-21 December] and the final championship race of the decade, is arguably one of the most eagerly anticipated title showdowns for many a season writes Nigel Quilter.
Team Abu Dhabi’s Shaun Torrente is topping the 2019 UIM F1H2o World Championship standings with the final race of the season to be held in Sharjah, UAE on December 21st, the only driver that can stop him winning back-to-back titles is Sweden’s Jonas Andersson.