June 18, 2024


The third event of the 2024 season heads to Circuit Zolder this weekend and Norbert Kiss aims to continue his clean sweep streak, while José Eduardo Rodrigues looks to extend his lead in the Chrome category.

Qualifying tightened up at the Slovakia Ring, but Kiss maintained his dominance in scoring points, leaving his closest contenders puzzled about how to catch up. Jochen Hahn remains closest, but while Kiss can advance through the pack in any race, Hahn struggled in the reverse grid races in Slovakia.

Antonio Albacete and Sascha Lenz continue their tight battle for third place, with Steffi Halm’s double podium from the reverse grid races in Slovakia keeping her in contention. André Kursim hopes to add more points from Zolder to stay in the fight.

José Eduardo Rodrigues had a perfect weekend at the Slovakia Ring, maximising his points whilst his closest rival Steffen Faas faced engine issues. This has given Rodrigues a cushion at the top of the Chrome standings, though one bad weekend could quickly change the dynamic with Faas.

The battle of the Brits rages on for third in the class, with John Newell and Mark Taylor separated by just six points.Newell had a better outing at the Slovakia Ring, narrowly outscoring Taylor by one point over the four races. Taylor will be eager to reclaim lost ground after missing out on a Race 4 win and points to Newell. It’s certainly going to be a rivalry to keep an eye on this weekend.

Luis Recuenco looks for a rebound after a challenging second event, where he had a quiet showing in Slovakia after a podium in Misano. Luke Garrett's issues from the season opener continued in round two, and the British racer will be looking for a clean weekend in Belgium.

German racer Clemens Hecker returns to the grid this weekend, joined by Lukas Hahn, who takes a race-by-race entry in the Chrome class. Lukas has shown speed and race craft in previous appearances, posing a threat to the podium contenders.

With Hahn also competing in the Young Driver’s category, Rodrigues will be determined to keep the German behind him in as many races as possible.

Track action gets underway on Friday afternoon with two free practice sessions.

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