Adrien Bertin wins French 10th Nats Rd1
The opening round of the French 1/10th 200mm Nationals took place last weekend in Neuville de Poitou in the west of the country. Qualifying on Saturday, with the introduction of 7 minute heats, saw Nicolas Bougnoteau take the pole position in the Elite class with the new Capricorn LAB-C01, while in the National series it was Quentin Leroux at the head of the field. In the Elite main final it was a to be down to who changed tires or not and it was former World Champion Adrien Bertin who made the correct call to not change and he took the win 2 laps in front of Bougnoteau who did change, with Thomas Desmarie taking 3rd. In the National class, pole man Leroux led from start to finish, to win by 2 laps with Michaël Fouin in 2nd and Théry Persyn in 3rd.
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