This weekend sees the Dutch 1/8th scale EFRA GP take place at the World famous MACH circuit in Heemstede, close to Amsterdam. Following 2 days of practice on the Thursday and Friday of the event, competitors took to the track on Saturday for qualifying to decide the starting grid for Sunday’s finals. With drivers from Holland, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy and England taking part it was multiple World Championship finalist Mark Green that took the top qualifying spot leading home a Serpent top 4 block out on their home track. In 2nd place was Serpent 966 designer Michael Salven, 2 seconds behind, with Jordy Blok and Jilles Groskamp, who is on a one race deal with the Dutch company, in 3rd and 4th. First of the non direct qualifiers was Motonica racer Robin D’hondt, just ahead of Mugen front man Rick V, with positions 3 to 6 covered by less than a second after 7 minutes. The finals will be run tomorrow and we will bring a full report from the days activities tomorrow evening.