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Munthe-Kaas wins the Norwegian F2 Championship in Drammen

Tobias Munthe-Kaas enjoyed a day of dominance in Drammen during the Norwegian F2 Championship.

Having finished 4th overall in the UIM F2 European Championship in Lithuania last weekend, Munthe-Kaas qualified on pole and won the first 3 heats with ease.

Frode Sundsdal had his repaired UIM F2 DAC hull in Drammen after a dramatic accident in Tonsberg earlier this month.

After qualifying third, he finished second in Heat 1, jumped the start in Heat 2 and took a 1 lap penalty for not maintaining his lane in Heat 3.

However, he successfully protested that decision and was declared second in Heat 3.

To round off his day, Sundsdal won the final heat and was runner-up in the championship.

 

Qualifying – 2018 Norwegian F2 Championship – Drammen

1) Tobias Munthe-Kaas 37.99 seconds
2) Christian Carlsen 39.15 seconds
3) Frode Sundsdal 40.78 seconds
4) Lars Erik Andersen 41.38 seconds
5) Mette Brandt Bjerknæs 42.00 seconds

Heat 1 – 2018 Norwegian F2 Championship – Drammen

1) Tobias Munthe-Kaas 0:06.54
2) Frode Sundsdal 0:07.00
3) Christian Carlsen 0:07.03
4) Lars Erik Andersen  0:07.17
5) Mette Brandt Bjerknæs DNF

Heat 2 – 2018 Norwegian F2 Championship – Drammen

1) Tobias Munthe-Kaas 0:06.56
2) Christian Carlsen 0:07.02
3) Lars Erik Andersen 0:07.19
4) Frode Sundsdal DQ*
5) Mette Brandt Bjerknæs DNS

*UIM 307.04

Heat 3 – 2018 Norwegian F2 Championship – Drammen

1) Tobias Munthe-Kaas 0:07.27
2) Frode Sundsdal
3) 
4)
5) Mette Brandt Bjerknæs DNS

*UIM 307.02

Heat 4 – 2018 Norwegian F2 Championship – Drammen

1) Frode Sundsdal
2) 
3) 
4) 
5) Mette Brandt Bjerknæs DNS

Photos: Tony Blom-Pettersen

 

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