Anders KrohnOne third of the JTCC season is now over, and Anders Krohn came home from rounds 5 and 6 pointless. In qualifying, Krohn could only finish 11th as problems with the suspension emerged. Even though the speed was better in the races, no points were collected during Krohns visit to Mantorp Park.

In the first race however, Krohn climed from P11 on the grid to 5th by mid-race, only to retire with a gear link that came loose. ”I was really annoyed by this happening as it keeps me from posting good results as well as vital championship points.” This meant Krohn would have to start from P15 on Sunday`s race, a situation Krohn would rather avoid. ”If I were to finish 5th in the first race, I would start 4th in the second race as the first eight finishers are turned around for Sunday`s race.” But Krohn got off to a great start from P15 and was by mid-race up to 7th place and on his way to 6th when the worst possible scenario became reality. ”I was on my way past another driver, when he suddenly decided to fend me off and hit me. It resultet in a massive crash which destroyed the entire front of my car. I was lucky to be able to finish.” Said Krohn that limped past the checkered flag outside of the points in 11th place.

But now Anders is eying new challenges. On June 24-25th he is driving the Norwegian national karting championship in the ICC category. ”It will be nice returning to karting, and I am hoping it will take some focus off the nightmare-weekend I have just had.” Krohn says opportunistic.