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Jerome Aigoin proved he’s quite adept on home soil, despite his three-year French National title winning streak coming to an end (the title going to his brother on his right.. Yannick), Jerome Aigoin would take the victory last weekend at the Coupe de France – an annual race organised with the best drivers from every region in France. About 100 drivers attended although HB’s Reno Savoya was on duty at the Italian Job Race and thus missed out.

On Saturday the track wasn’t fully dry after Friday’s rainfall, but thanks to the super soft rubber, performances were also super good. Jérôme TQ all of the 4 rounds, with a comfortable lead, and a 0.3 second gap on the best lap time.

In the final, Jérôme took the lead and built a confortable gap up to 20 seconds on his brother and the Pink Panther Sartel cousins Jerome & Jean-Pierrick. The track condition were pretty hard with quite a lot of wheelspin, load and high temperature. Jérôme decided to go to a safer strategy with an extra pit stop and both Jérôme and Vincent Mertens’ Reds went through without any problem. Despite a last minute roll Jérôme would take victory, some 6 seconds infront of Yannick with Jean Pierrick Sartel 3rd.

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