Ronald Volker set the early pace on the opening day of the 18th running of the Reedy International Touring Car Race of Champions. Winner of the event on its return to the famous Tamiya Raceway last year, the Yokomo driver posted the fastest three consecutive laps of the opening two of the four scheduled rounds of practice. A 27-car invitational field, the most competitive the race has seen since it was previously ran at the Californian track, it was Serpent’s Viktor Wilck who was closest to Volker’s pace albeit over half a second off. An impressive run from Team Associated’s Rick Hohwart would see the touring car veteran completing the Top 3.
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