A2 saw elation and disappointment in equal measure as once again the leading trio got away cleanly and would dominate the proceedings out front, however unlike his clean run in A1, David Ronnefalk made two costly errors, for the first five mins the top 3 led away, the gaps pretty stable, Canas faster on the slippery infield whilst Ronnefalk would open up a little on the twisty parts, all the while Bruno Coelho sniffing for any scraps that might come his way.
It came just after the halfway point as a comfortable looking Ronnefalk landed badly off the camel hump jump before the straight getting spun around thus allowing both Canas and Coelho through – the race was on…
Ronnefalk wasted little time in capitalising on a small bobble from Coelho, he clipped the inside of a pipe and wheeli-ed, thus allowing the Swede just enough room to squeeze past, the pair went drifting together on the blue stuff as Ronnefalk set off to catch Canas. However that battle was short lived as Ronnefalk once again fell foul on the same jump section, this time, just clipping his right rear tyre on the lip of the astro jump, his car went tumbling, Canas sailing off in the distance and Coelho past.
Fast forward a few minutes and it looked like only a mistake would deny Canas a win in A2, it came… but from Coelho in 2nd, his car simply bouncing on the lander into the sweeper before the bridge, Ronnefalk got by and spent the last few minutes trying in vain to catch Canas, who would roll home as victor in A2… and to A3 the decider it goes…
|1||JUAN CARLOS CANAS CARRASCO (JUN)||18||10:05.020||33.11|
|7||BORJA HERNANDEZ CORDOBA||18||10:29.795||33.868|
|8||OSCAR BALDO CECILIA||18||10:36.072||34.009|
|11||BRYAN BALDO CECILIA||17||10:15.350||33.928|
|12||CARLOS PINEDA VIDAL||17||10:15.755||34.524|