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Solvang bounces into GT30 lead!

2019 UIM GT30 world champion, Andrè Faye Solvang leads the European championship tonight, but only after a lengthy jury hearing.

Kärol Soodla from Estonia won heat 1 in convincing style with the pole sitter, Finland’s Arttu Saari dropping to third.

Solvang moved up two places from his fourth grid position to grab a very valuable 300 points.

In heat 2 Norway’s Solvang got a blistering start from the lady racer but the pair had a coming together on the first lap and the red flag was dropped.

Solvang’s team made hasty duck tape repairs to his damaged deck while Soodla was unable to continue due to prop, gear case and hull damage.

The Norwegian won the re-started race from Laura Lakovica-Lakovica and Arttu.

The race jury ruled Solvang / Soodla incident to be a ‘racing accident’ after considering all the evidence.

With that decision, Andrè Faye Solvang tops the leader board with a mighty 700 points, Arttu has 450 and Soodla’s valuable heat 1 win puts her into third overall.

It’s going to be sensational tomorrow!

UIM GT30 European Championship - Kupiškis, Lithuania

#CountryDriverHeat 1Heat 2Heat 3Heat 4Total
7ESTKärol Soodla4000169225794
69FINSami Reinikainen 127169225169563 / 690
76FINSaari Arttu2252259595 545 / 640
47LITMantas Kukcinavičius4012771127325 / 365
27FINNoel Vänttinen169012740336
70SWEHilmer Viberg 7195071237
25FIN Tino Lehto53711753194
87LATRoberts Minings        13*534030136
99FINTino Seppälä 17402222101
73ESTMärten Arula30053083
59LATToms Smilskalns      2230301799
50LATLaura Lakovica-Lakovica95300*400*400*1100 / 1195 / DQ
1NORAndrè Faye Solvang3004003003001000/ 1300 / DQ
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