September 4, 2012

Orlowski & Chlodzinski win @ Polish on-road nats

Last weekend saw the Polish electric on-road championships in Warsaw organized by the Polish Model Car Federation. The biggest race in the season attract over 60 drivers form Poland and Lithuania. The weather for the practice day was unusual as the drivers saw themselves faced with high humidity but now rain at all. This made the sugar that was used as traction enhancer sticking to the tires letting the cars behave like drift cars after two or three minutes on the track. This made for a hard time for both drivers and mechanics and lead to different TQs in all qualifying rounds. In the modified class the overall TQ went to Tamiya driver Michal Orlowski in front of Blazej Orlowski (Xray), and Mateusz Ogonowski (Yokomo). In ProStock the pole position was secured by Bartek Zambrzycki in front of Pawel Staszewski (Tamiya) and Wojtek Rozwadowski (Tamiya). Come Sunday the weather showed a much brighter side with low humidity and therefore predictable track conditions. In Modified class all three final runs went to Michal Orlowski. This secured Michal the championship title with Piotr Okonski in second (both Tamiya) and Mateusz Ogonowski (Yokomo) in third place. In ProStock the unexpected winner was Blazej Chlodzinski (Tamiya), who started from the 6th on grid and worked his way up. The second place went to Pawel Staszewski (Tamiya) with Wojtek Rozwadowski (Tamiya) the third.

Source: OSM []


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