Crime Hitch at Brands Hatch
Last week of the BTCC series in SRS, fulfilled as usual with surprises and excitement. After his first lesson about Summit Point, Professor Omer Kinay spreaded out to the world his knowledge on how to go faster and possibly win in Brands Hatch with the Nissan Primera in a not to be missed tutorial. The feedback of his students has been very good: in a race everyone tuned his car with Omer’s setup and everyone got first place. All together. The students were all rewarded with a “102 Cum Laude” from Professor Kinay.
Dario Bucalo also studied a lot this week spanning his time between Oxford and Cambridge and could only race a few times, finding his pace just towards the end of the week. His fans will have to wait for his next win but at least he could achieve a good placement in his last race. On his way to the top Bucalo will have to face serious time issues in the next series, and he’s already taking stock with the stars in order to calculate where and when he will be in space and time in the next six weeks. Catch him if you can!
Also a week of ups and downs for Gianluca Roncaglia. After having deeply inspired Kinay’s exhaust fumes in his first tries, he could finally grab a win in his last race. However, the audience was shocked in hearing that after the race Roncaglia and another racer whose name will not be revealed for security reasons were involved in a dreadful crime. The facts: after his winning and clean race Roncaglia calmly stopped his car off track before getting back to pits. Suddenly the abovementioned anonymous driver approached, and after a surely agreed sign – a bump in the rear of Roncaglia’s car – also stopped. Witnesses queried from law enforcements referred that Roncaglia and the anonymous driver got out of their cars and swapped two handbags – surely drug for money – before teleporting to pits and vanish without a trace. Race commissioners fined Roncaglia with the loss of three points, and the Police is still chasing him but with no results for now.
And what about Omer Kinay’s race week? Well, he won the Championship and his last three races. Boring, isn’t it?