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CANARY ISLANDS, 22.01.2005

5. Rotax World Finale 2005

Unter der brennenden Sonne der Kanarischen Inseln geht das 5. Rotax Weltfinale langsam dem Höhepunkt entgegen. 34 Fahrer in der RM1-Klasse und ebensoviele in der Junioren-Klasse kämpfen noch um den Titel. Im RM1-Pre-Finale startet der Südafrikaner Orr von der Pole Position, neben ihm steht der Vize-Europameister Ken Alleman. Bei den Junioren gehen Chrstodoulou (GB) und Salvatore (F) aus der ersten Startreihe ins Pre-Finale. Pressetext in englischer Originalfassung.

Hannes XL Gsell

Canary Island, Spain (Sportimage) It´s under a blazzing sun that the qualication heats of the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Final took place today prior the final rounds which will be held tomorrow (Saturday, January 22nd) in Lanzarote, Spain. A total of 34 drivers in the RM1 class as well as the junior class will battle for the title. In the RM1 class, the South African Weisleigh Orr will start from pole with the European Vice-Champion Ken Allemann, from Belgium, beside him in second place. In the junior class, British driver Adam Christodoulou will start from pole with Frenchman Benjamin Salvatore completing the first row.

In the junior class, during the third qualification heat, an enormous pile up involving at least half of the racers happened in the first corner. Because of all the damages, officials decided to stop the race and allowed drivers 30 minutes to repair and verify their equipment. Some of the top drivers were involved in the incident and this decision gave them a second chance. On the second row of tomorrow´s prefinal, we will find Belgium driver Michiel Beutels and Canadian driver Christophe Boisclair.



In the RM1 class, the heats gave us very thight racing and the favorites drivers took the top 3 positions of the standings after the three qualification heats because the defending champion, South African Christiano Morgado, will start from third position in the prefinal..



+ This second place on tomorrow´s grid suits me perfectly, especially after the problems we had to stabilise the chassis in the morning. My strategy in the prefinal is to have Christiano Morgado (3rd) and Orr (1st) battle between themselves. I prefer keeping my energy for the final race because it will get very hot tomorrow and anything can happen in the final race. It is clear that after loosing the 2004 European Championship by only one point, I will play all my cards to take first place and because the new champion ; said Ken Allemann this evening.

The fifth edition of the + 2004 Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals ; is sponsored by Rotax, Magura, Unior, CRG, Denso, Motorex, Mojo, Bridgestone, Gran karting club et Korridas.

La cinquihme idition de la + Rotax Max Challenge Grand finals 2004; est supporti par Rotax, Magura, Unior, CRG, Denso, Motorex, Mojo, Bridgestone, Gran karting club et Korridas.

Prefinal starting grid
RM1 Pole position

Ken Allemann row 1 Wesleigh Orr
David Bellchambers row 2 Christiano Morgado
Arya Setyaki row 3 Satrio Hermanto
Scott Campbell row 4 Jordan Musser
Antonio Fernandez row 5 Cameron Thorpe
Danny Bleek row 6 Claudio Galeone
Satosi Nakagawa row 7 Tristam Oman
Juan Sanso row 8 Omar Martin
Jan Andreasen row 9 Carsten Mueller
Marco di Leo row 10 Justin Melton
Michael Jonhson row 11 Marc Murray
Cenel America row 12 Johan Renaux
Tiago Ribeiro row 13 Javier Fernandez
Michael Bergenswtahl row 14 David Vanrykelen
Marc Doppelfeld row 15 Christian Ebbesvik
Jarrod Carlyle row 16 James Tumulty
Fabienne Lanz row 17 Sam Ghalleb

Juniors Pole position
Benjamin Salvatore row 1 Adam Christodoulou
Christophe Boisclair row 2 Michiel Beutels
Earl Bamber row 3 Nicolas Dezutter
Nico Marvin row 4 Ralph Odendaal
Tim Megenbier row 5 Dominik Kraihamer
Danindro Arionindito row 6 Marlon Stockinger
Zulfikar Fahmi row 7 Luuk Glansdorp
Hugo Ouellette row 8 Tin Sritrai
Kevin Poza row 9 Shigehiro Noda
Mike Herda row 10 Shafiq Ali
Armaan Ebrahim row 11 Jordie Linstrom
Gaetan Loncle row 12 Alexandre Mata
Dimitris Fratzeskakis row 13 Julian Murmann
Gabriel Kocher row 14 Ross Jamison
Rocco Auteri row 15 Jose Lizano
Mads Langberg row 16 Daniel Suarez Garza

Schedule
Saturday, January 22nd
11:00 Pre- finale junior (18 laps)
11:30 Pre- finale RM1 (20 laps)

14:30 Finale junior (20 laps)
16:00 Finale RM1 (25 laps)

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