April 16, 2008

Chaussard wins 1/10 French Nats Rd2

Chaussard wins 1/10 French Nats Rd2

Last weekend saw the second round of the French 1/10th scale Nationals run at the technical circuit of Vichy. Qualifying for the National class saw Maxime Favrelle take the pole position from Yannick Lesserteur in 2nd and Romain Jaureguy in 3rd while in the Elite Class it was Thomas Eytard that was quickest followed by Thomas Desmarie and Renaud Monin in 2nd and 3rd. The National class main final saw a close race long battle between the pole man Favrelle and Frederic Bourrillon and Yannick Lesserteur, but unfortunately for Yannick he had problems very close the end and fell back to 5th and this allowed J-Philippe Michel into 3rd at the end behind winner Maxime Favrelle and runner up Frederic Bourrillon. In the Elite final, after a restart because of timing problems, it was Mickael Pontal into the early lead from Basile Concialdi, but problems mid way through the race for the front running group allowed Xray driver Arnaud Chaussard through into the lead from where he took control and went onto win from Concialdi in 2nd and Renaud Monin in 3rd.

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Elite Class
1. A. Chaussard – 128 Laps (Xray/RB)
2. B. Concialdi – 127 Laps (Xray/Eagle 12 TL3T)
3. R. Monin – 125 Laps (Mugen/Orion)
4. M. Derderian – 125 Laps (Serpent/Mega)
5. MichaĆ«l Pontal – 124 Laps (Kyosho/Eagle 12 TL3T)
6. Jacky Mouton – 123 Laps (Serpent/RB)
7. Thomas Eytard – 123 Laps (Xray/RB)
8. Nicolas Bougnoteau – 119 Laps (Kyosho/Orion)
9. Thomas Desmaries – 116 Laps (Mugen/Max)
10. Joffroy Defie – 103 Laps (Kyosho/Orion)

Chaussard wins 1/10 French Nats Rd2

National Class
1. Maxime Favrelle – 90 Laps (Xray/Eagle 12 TL3T)
2. Frederic Bourrillon – 90 Laps (Mugen/RB)
3. J-Philippe Michel – 89 Laps (Kyosho/Orion)
4. Romain Jaureguy – 88 Laps (Kyosho/Orion)
5. Yannick Lesserteur – 87 Laps (Xray/Eagle 12 TL3T)
6. Artur Leclercq – 86 Laps (Xray/Orion)
7. Kevin Rasquin – 85 Laps (Xray/Eagle 12 TL3T)
8. Thomas Correard – 83 Laps (Kyosho/GRP)
9. Aurelien Gouriau – 44 Laps (Mugen/Novarossi Plus)
10. Jean- Baptiste Geneau – 36 Laps (Kyosho/Eagle 12 TL3T)

Source: JP Racing [jpracing.com]


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