Between July 15.-16th newly crowned National karting-Champion Anders Krohn drove rounds 7 and 8 of the JTCC. The results were not representative as to what could have been the outcome. ”There is nothing more to say than that it’s incedible how much can happen!” says Krohn.

Pre-race practice started on Thursday prior to the races, but Krohn only got 2 out of 4 sessions due to technical problems. On Friday however, it proved better for Krohn and he felt confident before qualifying. ”In the qualifying I had too much air pressure, so instead of getting a top 4 qualifying, I had to settle for 8th.”

Race 1 went ok for Krohn and he finished 6th without much to say about the race. The Second race was red-flagged after a huge crash in which also Anders was involved. ”I flew sky-high after hitting a bump on the outside of the track, and then regained at the last spot.” The race was red-flagged. After the restart, Krohn was a great 2nd before recieving a Drive-through penalty for apparently having changed lanes before the red lights were turned off. ”When I came out of the pits again, I was in last place. To make things even worse, when I was catching some of the backmarkers, my ignition proved faulty so I had to drive slowly to the end of the race.”Krohn says.

”It`s absolutely bananas out there!” is Krohn`s basic summary of the JTCC-weekend and season so far. ”To make things even worse, it seems as if I am in a steam of bad luck where I haven`t capitalized on my speed once.” Next race in the JTCC calendar is Norwegian Våler, July 29th.

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