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Double wins in crucial championship phase - Felix closes in on titles

2009-09-10
FORMULA RENAULT 2.0 SWEDEN
FORMULA RENAULT 2.0 NEZ
ROUND 11-14 (FR SWE) / 7-10 (FR NEZ): RING KNUTSTORP (2,070 km)
REPORT RACE 1 & 2

Felix won today's races from Pole

          

Jimmy Eriksson of Motopark Academy crashed with Trackstar Racing's Tom Blomqvist in Race 1



Race 1

A perfect start by Felix ensured a lights-to-flag victory ahead of team-mate and championship challenger Daniel Roos. The Team BS Motorsport drivers dominated the race, winning by over 12 seconds from closest competitor Kevin Kleveros (Motopark Academy).


Results, Race 1 (top five)

Pos . No Name Laps Best Tm Diff
1 11 Felix Rosenqvist   25  0m56.157s

2

12 

Daniel Roos 

25

0m55.906s

+1.409s

 3   2  Kevin Kleveros  25  0m56.252s +12.266s

4

17

Philip Forsman 

25

0m56.565s

+13.532s

 5  1 Christian Kronegård  25  0m56.511s +14.578s

Pole Position: Felix Rosenqvist (0m55.502s)
Fastest Lap: Daniel Roos (0m55.906s)

 

Race 2

Felix got off the line worse this time out, shortly surrendering the lead to Roos before reclaiming his position in the Esses at the beginning of the lap. Felix, however, suffered from severe oversteering on a number of occasions, almost being overtaken by a pursuing Roos before finally establishing a lead big enough to claim his second race win of the day. The result means that Felix is now close to both the Formula Renault Sweden and North European Zone titles, with a potential chance to secure at least one of the accolades in tomorrow's Race 3.


Results, Race 2 (top five)

Pos . No Name Laps Best Tm Diff
1 11 Felix Rosenqvist   25  0m56.209s

2

12 

Daniel Roos 

25

0m56.104s

+1.724s

 3   2  Kevin Kleveros 25 0m56.415s +8.239s

4

3

Tom Blomqvist 

25

0m56.537s

+9.762s

 5  15 Jimmy Eriksson  25  0m56.359s +13.840s

Pole Position: Felix Rosenqvist (0m55.680s)
Fastest Lap: Daniel Roos (0m56.104s)



The Swedish Touring Car Championship (STCC) tomorrow joins the action at Ring Knutstorp, leaving Formula Renault drivers less busy (at least on paper!) due to reduced track time. The Formula Renault event has effectively been divided into two parts, with Thursday on the one hand and Friday/Saturday on the other. Therefore, a second qualifying session, scheduled for 12.20 CET tomorrow, will decide the starting grid for the third race of the weekend - before the lights go out at 15.20 CET for the start of the penultimate round of the season.

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