Double racing commitment for CRG this coming weekend: the team will get on track in Zuera (Spain) for the CIK-FIA European Championship and in Castelletto (Italy) for the Rotax Max Euro Challenge. CRG technical provider of Rotax Grand Finals also for 2014.
CRG works team will have to face a two tier weekend with two rounds 1.250 kilometers apart to compete in. The first will be Zuera's second round of the European CIK-FIA KF&KF Junior Championship in Spain, while the second commitment will take place in Castelletto di Branduzzo (Italy) for the Rotax Max Euro Challenge. CRG to be again the official chassis provider of the Rotax Grand Finals in DD2.
HEADING TO ZUERA FOR THE EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP
The International Circuit of Zuera, close to Saragozza, will stage the second round of the European KF & KF Junior after the opener that took place at the International Circuit of Muro Leccese. The CRG works team will be composed of Felice Tiene, Pedro Hiltbrand, Dionisios Marcu and Sidney Gomez in KF, while the team will field Eliseo Martinez Merono, Archie Tillett and Konstantinos in KF Junior.
All the aforementioned drivers will be quite motivated to improve their classification. Hiltbrand and Tiene will try to climb the classification after the good performance scored in Muro Leccese that placed them respectively in fourth and fifth place of the standings.
CRG's drivers entered in the European Championship of Zuera:
104 – Felice Tiene (I) (CRG / TM / Dunlop)
115 – Pedro Hiltbrand (E) (CRG / TM / Dunlop)
128 – Dionisios Marcu (RO) (CRG / TM / Dunlop)
151 – Sidney Gomez (VEN) (CRG / TM / Dunlop)
220 – Archie Tillett (GB) (CRG / TM / Vega)
237 – Konstantinos (GR) (CRG / TM / Vega)
238 – Eliseo Martinez Merono (E) (CRG / TM / Vega)
All results will be available at www.cikfia.com
EURO ROTAX IN CASTELLETTO
The International Circuit 7 Laghi of Castelletto di Branduzzo will house the second round of the Rotax Max Euro Challenge, instead, after the opening round of Genk in Belgium. CRG works team in Castelletto will be composed by Jose Enrique Brito in Junior Max, while Yannick De Brabander, Lukasz Bartoszuk will defend the team's colors in Senior Max. Finally, Luka Kamali, Daniel Formal, Jordon Lennox-Lamb and Alessandro Bizzotto will compete in DD2.
The await is mounting in DD2 for the race of Jordon Lennox-Lamb, after the exceptional victory he clinched at the sprint to Thonon in the Genk's opener. Lennox is currently third in the standings, only 6 points shy of the leader as he was penalized in the Prefinal by an incident.
It will be worth keeping an eye also on the performance of the American driver Formal as he is currently seventh in the DD2 classification, while De Brabander is currently eighth in the Senior.
CRG's drivers entered in the Rotax Max Euro Challenge of Castelletto:
97 – Jose Enrique Brito (EC) (CRG / Rotax Junior Max / Mojo)
ROTAX MAX SENIOR
301 – Yannick De Brabander (B) (CRG / Rotax Max / Mojo)
307 – Lukasz Bartoszuk (POL) (CRG / Rotax Max / Mojo)
617 – Luka Kamali (D) (CRG / Rotax Max DD2 / Mojo)
658 – Daniel Formal (EC) (CRG / Rotax Max DD2 / Mojo)
665 – Jordon Lennox-Lamb (GB) (CRG / Rotax Max DD2 / Mojo)
675 – Alessandro Bizzotto (CAN) (CRG / Rotax Max DD2 / Mojo)
All results will be available at www.rotaxmaxeurochallenge.com
CRG AS ROTAX GRAND FINALS 2014 PARTNER
Meanwhile, the partnership between CRG and Rotax for the world event Grand Finals – to take place next 29 November in Valencia, Spain – has been made official. CRG will once again be technical partner of this important event through the provision of chassis for the most performing category, DD2.
"The partnership between CRG and Rotax is quite established and based on several years of collaboration. Once again, we will take part to this very important event of Rotax Grand Finals with our chassis in DD2, in what is going to be a CIK-FIA event that can represent all five continents" CRG SpA's President Giancarlo Tinini declared.
29 May 2014