CRG and Gomez European Vice-Champions

CRG and Gomez European Vice-Champions Read more

Losing an FIA title at the last race obviously makes you feel regret, but at the same time being European Vice-Champions and having many competitive drivers in the OK direct drive top class, above all offers many reasons for satisfaction for the CRG colours. Gabriel Gomez's season was exceptional in the FIA ​​European Championship and only in the last decisive race the Brazilian driver did fail to express himself on podium levels like he did in the first 3 Rounds, when he had often dominated the scene. As in the exceptional race in the Czech Republic, when he got on the top step of the podium, after obtaining the Pole Position and dominating all the Qualifying races. A Heat lost due to a technical problem and an unlucky start in the Final influenced the Cremona weekend, but above all a feeling with the setup and the circuit that has never been exceptional during this appointment. As mentioned, however, the balance of his season remains very positive and being Vice-Champion of Europe will have to be the impetus to go to the FIA ​​World Championship in October among the favorites for the title.

Euro OK and OK Junior: Titles to be awarded in Cremona

Euro OK and OK Junior: Titles to be awarded in Cremona Read more

It will be a very "hot" weekend the one we are about to experience on the Cremona circuit and not only due to the high atmospheric temperatures. In fact, the Italian track will host the last Round of the FIA ​​European Championship for the OK and OK-Junior categories, with both titles to be awarded. At CRG there is particular interest in the major category, the OK one, where the Brazilian Gabriel Gomez is currently in P2 in the general standings with 202 points, just 6 points behind the leader Rene Lammers. The battle for victory, mathematically also includes Alex Powell, who is actually in P3 in the standings with 165 points, but in all likelihood, it will be a two-way challenge, which will already start from the qualifying stages with the assignment of the first scoring.

Another podium for Gomez and CRG in the Euro OK

Another podium for Gomez and CRG in the Euro OK Read more

The weekend that just ended on the Rødby track in Denmark, where the 3rd and penultimate Round of the FIA ​​European Championship took place for the OK Junior and OK categories, was an intense one full of emotions. In the top class, after the success in the Czech Republic, Gabriel Gomez got there as provisional leader of the standings and CRG in P1 in the team standings, confirming a solid and constant path from the point of view of performance in such a long and articulated Championship on very different tracks.

Gomez and CRG once again on the top step of the podium

Gomez and CRG once again on the top step of the podium Read more

The 3rd Round of the Champions of the Future on the Rødby track (Denmark), the Series in which the drivers and the teams work on the basis of the FIA ​​European Championship races, was a very productive weekend for the CRG Racing Team. From the point of view of the sporting result, a new victory for Gabriel Gomez in the OK category shines: the CRG KT2 chassis has once again proved to be versatile and fast in all track conditions. The Brazilian driver closed the Qualifying phase in P2, then won the Super Heat and conquered the Final with a good margin over the 2nd classified, demonstrating a truly impressive race pace.