Valencia, Race 1: CTF Delta Chandioux has not said its last word

The first race of the Lamera Cup Season Finale took place in Valencia, Spain.

Published on 12/11/2023 à 11:37

Dominique Dricot

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Valencia, Race 1: CTF Delta Chandioux has not said its last word

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Is it the Valencia track, where the last MotoGP of the season, who inspired the Lamera Cup competitors to imagine such a breathtaking scenario?

This Saturday, after 129 laps completed between 14:30 p.m. and 19:00 p.m., it was the Lamera 29 of Louis Marie and Paul Levet associated with Kenny Provost which won with 1 min 15 sec ahead of the 75 from GL Autosport Team shared by Thierry Soave, Stéphane Di Duca and Julien Bros. The 3rd step of the podium, but one lap away, went to Ludovic Loeul, Hervé Tremblaye and Antoine Etienne 'Alma (R-Tremblaye).

As for the championship leaders (Emmanuel Orgeval, Benoît Gruau and Adrien Harang (L'Auto Leclerc), they finished in 4th place. A result which allows their rivals at the wheel of the Lamera 29 to grab some precious points in the championship. Already very confident this afternoon, they will attack the final round this Sunday in great shape, starting from pole position.

Enough to make this last confrontation between 9:30 a.m. and 16:30 p.m. even more exciting.

This Saturday, the victory in Pro/Am, associated with a very good 5th place in the general classification, went to Race Track Compétition thanks to Tommy Rollinger, Victor Dumont, Vincent Piquet and Gilles Bruckner.

In Gentlemen, the Lamera GDM Racing 2 of Nourredine Tebbache, Frédéric Locatelli and Emmanuel Muller won, finishing in 13th place.

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