…and takes the leadership of the Championship
Perfect and easy race for the fast Polish rider Lukasz Laskawiec (Yamaha 900) that won the Hungarian Baja in 4h:12′:56″ especially after the penalty imposed to the previous leader of Championship André Mendes due to a puncture which forced him to close the SS1 out of the maximun time and the retiring of Rafael Acurcio due to the broken’s engine of his Yamaha 450.
Takes advantage also the regular and fast local rider Zoltan Hangodi (Yamaha 900) who takes the second overall place in 4h:30′:21″ and the Italian Giammarco Fossà (Suzuki 450 LTR) third on the podium in 5h:04′:37″. Follow Pedro Mariano in 5h:05′:35″, the unfortunate Graziano Scandola in 5h:35′:50″ who started for the first leg in last position due to an electrical problem during the prologue and penalized of 1 hour as Giuseppe Cuffaro due to a missed time control at the end of the day.
The Team Offroadmotors Quaddy BRP win the overall class dedicated.
To assign the European title it is all postponed to Idanha-a-Nova in Portugal from 23 to 25 of September also if the Polish Laskawiec has an excellent chance to the final victory.
European Baja Championship UEM ranking:
Overall: Laskawiec Lukasz 90, Mendes Andre 80, Hangodi Zoltan 71, Mariano Pedro 62, Cuffaro Giuseppe 60.
Class Q3: Mendes Andre 47, Fossà Giammarco 43,5, Acurcio De Sousa Rafael 23,5.
Class Q4: Laskawiec Lukasz 97, Hangodi Zoltan 80, Mariano Pedro 71.
Team: Offroadmotors Quaddy BRP 100.