Team Abu Dhabi’s Shaun Torrente keeps title hopes alive

Group Abu Dhabi duo sign up with Sharjah Group novice on platform after an additional day of Grand Prix dramatization

Group Abu Dhabi’s Shaun Torrente took an additional action in the direction of a 3rd UIM F1H2O Globe Champion crown on Sunday as Sharjah Group’s Ferdinand Zandbergen tape-recorded an unforgettable triumph in the Grand Prix of Italy.

Torrente’s 3rd location simply adrift of colleague Thani Al Qemzi in San Nazzaro indicates he currently holds a 17-point champion lead over the Emirati, with 2 choosing rounds to comply with in Sharjah in December.

For the 2nd time in 24 hr, the practically requiring Po River circuit created a string of casualties, with just 8 of the 12 beginners finishing the 40-lap race.

After his convincing triumph in Saturday’s Grand Prix of Regione Emilia Romagna, Torrente needed to contact all his experience to get hold of a platform location after falling short by one location to get to the six-boat certifying combat previously in the day.

Zandbergen, in his F1H2O novice period, took his initial lead in remarkable design, and also took place to generate an additional made up efficiency to score his initial Grand Prix win.

Al Qemzi’s 2nd location indicates the expert Emirati motorist still keeps hope of an initial specific vehicle drivers’ title, while his collaboration with Torrente currently resembles supplying a 5th successive group champion to Abu Dhabi.

Sweden’s safeguarding champ Jonas Andersson, on the other hand, maintained his hopes to life with 4th location as a pulsating Grand Prix double-header reached its final thought.

He currently routes Torrente by 21 factors in 3rd location, nevertheless, with the remarkable Zandbergen reaching 4th to underscore his difficulty.

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