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2017 Season
Round 1 | March 5 Australia
Round 2 | March 19 Bahrain
Round 3 | April 2 Spain
Round 4 | April 9 Turkey
Round 5 | April 23 Canada
Round 6 | May 7 Austria
Round 7 | May 21 Great Britain
Round 8 | June 4 Germany
Round 9 | June 18 France
Round 10 | August 20 Belgium
Round 11 | September 10 Hungary
Round 12 | September 24 Italy
Round 13 | October 8 Singapore
Round 14 | October 15 Japan
Round 15 | November 5 United States
Round 16 | November 19 Brazil

Kweekel doubles his wins in a thrilling race!

 

Welcome to the FSR Pro review of Round 2 in Malaysia

 

The front row of the grid was occupied by the winner of the last round Jeroen Kweekel for GhostSpeed 

and ever improving Estonian Sander Kallas for TrinesNetRex Exclusive, out of the rookies, Polish 

driver Nikodem Wisniewski is the fastest of them, getting 4th place on the grid.

 

 

At the start, most of the cars were overheating, when they finally got away there was no contact 

until the first corner when a touch to Dmitry Zaharov from Alari Algpeus caused him to lose the

backend and set a chain reaction and about 5-8 other cars were involved with Eugene 

van Loggerenburg the only proper casulty on the first lap.

 

After the first lap Kweekel pulled away from Kallas immediatly with a gap of 0.8 seconds, while 

Christof Schgöer overtook Michele D Alessandro for 3rd place which they battled for the next few laps

then to add to the excitement to that battle, Streamline's James Early spun out in front of them on 

the 4th Corner on Lap 5, almost taking one of them out.

 

Beginning of Lap 6 and Kallas is all over the back of Kweekel, before eventually going side by side with him 

through the first 6 corners before eventually overtaking Kweekel, however the lead only lasted half a minute

later when Kweekel retook the the lead after just beginning Lap 7.

 

Lap 10 and Kweekel with Kallas went in for their first stops, gving D Alessandro the lead, for a full lap until

Kweekel climbed back up to the top spot, it wasnt long until Kweekel had another contender for the top spot

as Schgöer took the lead when both Kweekel and Kallas went in for another stop, Schgöer's lead only lasted

1 lap when he went in for his own stop which he came out in third just behind Kallas.

 

 

Kweekel eventually went on for his 2nd consecutive win of the season, which was just as sweet as the victory in 

Melbourne, Kallas was not far behind, but had to settle for 2nd, while Schgöer finished 3rd to put both 

Ghostspeed's on the podium for the second time ths season, the exact same podium order for the 

second race running.

 

The Full YouTube Broadcast can be found here:

 

by Ron Squire

 

 

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