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Robert Batlle capitalized as his rivals fell by the wayside. Up first was David Ronnefalk, who was in the process of putting together a near flawless run when just as he had started his last lap, a steering hub screw fell out upon landing. A collective gasp was audible as the watching racers understood the magnitude of the retirement as the Swede looked on for the fastest run of the week.

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As Ronnefalk’s Q4 ended a lap early Juan Carlos Canas would set a benchmark time of 8/5:32.029, it would end up good enough for 4th overall, as it looked like an open goal for Q1 TQ Elliott Boots to take another round, however it was not to be as his car looked difficult to drive, unpredictable and a couple of mistakes saw him set a time of 8/5:30.827, however it was fellow kyosho driver Riccardo Berton who would take heat 2 beating Boots by 8/10ths. With heat 3 on track, it was now down to Robert Batlle, to see if the legend could do it… and he did… by 3/10ths! Thus hauling himself back into contention.

Going into the decider we now have 4 drivers who can TQ – David Ronnefalk, Davide Ongaro, Elliott Boots and Robert Batlle.

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