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Italian Job Race News

Under the Hood: Darren Bloomfield

Darren Bloomfield, 27 (UK)

  • Chassis: Agama A215 SV
  • Engine: Bullitt B-2102
  • Fuel: Piranha
  • Tyres: Beta
  • Radio & Servos: Ko Propo radio, Beta BE1 2808 HV & Ko Propo servos
  • Body & Wing: Stock & Beta lexan wing
  • Weight: N/A
  • Event: The Neo Race 2017

     

The Italian Job Race’17 Summer Ed. back to Alseno

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See: The Italian Job Race

Organizers of the famous “The Italian Job Race” Summer Edition have announced that the event will took place again next year at the awesome Alseno track in Italy, located in a nice city close to Piacenza. The proximity of airports such as Milan and Bologna makes accessibility to the track very easy.

Riccardo Berton wins The Italian Job Race

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The main final of this summer edition of The Italian Job Race will be challenging for drivers and mechanics because of the blazing sun. At this elimination game one driver will combine speed, regularity and reliability: Riccardo Berton. Several drivers will lead the race for a few laps and all will fall at one time or another. The two unluckiest are Darren Blommfield, fuel line cut and David Ronnefalk which his tank does not close properly (see photos).

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Bloomfield on pole for IJR Final

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Darren Bloomfield starts on pole for the hour-long final here at the Italian Job Race in Alseno, Italy. Darren Bloomfield will win the most “quiet” semi final ahead Riccardo Berton. Berton lead the race but two mistakes will allow Blommfield to take the lead of the race. This will be the fastest semi final and Bloomfield perform 32 laps in 20: 26: 104. Behind the duo we find Elliott Boots who achieves the fastest lap time with 36: 428. The Kyosho driver is followed by Leonardo Valente in 4th, Jonny Skidmore in 5th after a consistent race and Alex Zanchettin who deserved better but that has to go through the pits to fix a mechanical problem.

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Riccardo Berton’s IJR TQ Double

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Gradually, as the rounds go the pressure is clearly felt. In Nitro Buggy 2 drivers are neck and neck: David Ronnefalk and Riccardo Berton. If Ronnefalk with a superb 9 laps in Q4 has set the bar high, Berton certainly will not give up! Everything will be decided in the 5th and final round between the two drivers. This round will be very intense; Ronnefalk will make two small mistakes but enough for Berton grabbed the round victory and therefore the overall TQ. He beat Ronnefalk less than 2 seconds behind and Darren Bloomfield always in the top 3.

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Ricky Berton doubles TQ in Q2 at IJR

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Riccardo Berton continues to impress since this morning by performing very fast chrono while he did not participate at the free practice yesterday. From the controlled practice it was clear he was going forward because he was already in the top 5. First round of qualifications he was 2 in E-Buggy and 4 in Nitro and for the second round he did the double!

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David Ronnefalk takes Q1 at IJR

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“The track is opeeeeennnnnn” launched by Maurizio “Maugrafix” Fantinel to mean that the real fun began just heard in the Italian countryside. E-Buggy kicks off without Elliott Boots (see here) and while everyone expected that Alex Zanchettin to take the TQ view its speed previously he had to retire due to an electrical issue. Darren Bloomfield will crop up as a rocket and took the TQ in Q1 in front of Riccardo Berton 5 sec behind and Ollie Carrie 4 sec behind Ricky.

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Elliott Boots leads the way in Italian Job Race Controlled Practice 1

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The Italian Job Race VS Outdoor Arena began his show on the Nicolas Offload Track deemed (rightly!) As one of the most beautiful in Italy. The track is quite big, not like Redovan track, it is well designed with good big jumps well made. The track kind where we pleased, from beginners to experienced drivers. But like any track “easy” go fast requires talent and that’s good because as usual with The Italian Job Race stars are there with multiple European Champions as Elliott Boots and David Ronnefalk, Yannick Aigoin, Darren Bloomfield and a lot of talented Italian drivers like Berton, Zanchettin, Stocco, etc …

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