Nissan: Double Victory for Nissan GT Academy motorist Abhinay Bikkani during a Circuit Mont-Tremblant

Posted on 27. Jul, 2015 by in Nissan Canada

Mont-Tremblant, Québec – The fifth and sixth rounds of a Nissan Micra Cup took place this past weekend during a Circuit Mont-Tremblant, in a stately Laurentides segment of Quebec. Spectators were not given most time to conclude a beauty of their vicinity as a Nissan Micra Cup drivers treated them to dual fantastic races. By a finish of Saturday’s race, a Nissan GT Academy drivers, Abhinay Bikkani from India and Thanaroj Thanasitnitike of Thailand, finished in initial and second place respectively in a parsimonious conflict that saw a initial 6 cars cranky a finish line within 2.5 seconds. On Sunday, a sequence of a initial 5 cars was matching to that of a prior day, with Bikkani earning full points.

Taking advantage of a Nissan Micra’s well-developed pushing lively with panache, a 25 drivers entered in this doubleheader, that noted a finish of a initial half of a season, delivered mixed battles, both during a front of a container and serve down a peloton.

Qualifying in stick position for a initial spin on Saturday, Thanaroj Thanasitnitike led a initial few laps, never utterly being means to shake off his chasing teammate Bikkani or Albertan motorist Stefan Rzadzinski. Series personality Olivier Bédard, as good as Valérie Limoges, who executed a good stand adult from tenth place on a starting grid, and Valérie Chiasson, who started in fifth though gave adult 4 spots before climbing back, all assimilated a 3 favourites during a front of a pack.

On a final turn, any of a 6 drivers attempted a pass that would give them a victory. But with matching cars for everyone, and with a chronicle that is so identical to a batch car, it’s not adequate to usually have pushing talent; drivers contingency also be really opportunistic. Bikkani came out on top, on his approach to claiming his first-ever array victory. Thanasitnitike finished usually three-tenths of a second behind, somewhat forward of Rzadzinski, Bédard, Limoges and Chiasson.

After a good start to a race, Metod Topolnik relinquished 3 places during a event. He finished seventh altogether though was a initial beginner driver, that combined his position as championship personality in a rookie category. Marc-Antoine Demers, Jacques Bélanger and Kevin King finished a “Top 10.”

Taking place on Sunday afternoon, in heated heat, a second competition kicked off with identical momentum. Unfortunately, a initial path resulted in a strike that forced Metod Topolnik to desert a race, shortly followed by Valérie Chiasson and Yves Aubé. Grouped during a front of a pack, Bikkani, Thanasitnitikate, Rzadzinski and Bédard crossed a finish line in a same order, distant by usually over one second.

Valérie Limoges finished a Top five, usually as a night before, forward of Olivier Pelletier who warranted his second beginner win of a season. Jacques Bélanger finished seventh forward of Marc-Antoine Demers, Kevin King and Louis-Philippe Montour, who done his array entrance this weekend.

In a drivers’ championship, Thanasitnitikate (216 points) retook a lead forward of Olivier Bédard (202). Rzadzinski stays in third (180) forward of Bikkani (155) who took over fourth place from Valérie Chiasson (121). Metod Topolnik still leads a beginner championship.

With this tour usually only finishing during a Circuit Mont-Tremblant, drivers and organizers of a Nissan Micra Cup will accommodate once again for dual new races subsequent weekend during a Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières.

For some-more information on a Nissan Micra Cup, greatfully go to a website www.nissan.ca/micracup. Don’t skip array news and updates on a Coupe Nissan Micra Cup Facebook page and live tweets/results during practice, qualifying, and races on Twitter: @micracup

 

 

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