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Digital Subscriptions > Vroom International > n. 209 November 2018 > The Magniicent Seven

The Magniicent Seven

After three thrilling races, the BNL Karting Series 2018 has crowned champions at the prestigious Home Of Champions in Genk.

Micro MAX Braeken no longer the bridesmaid

GKS Lemmens Power, based at the Belgian circuit, would secure its irst title of the 2018 BNL Karting Series campaign, as Tom Braeken would no longer settle for second best at the “Home of Champions. He took the title by just 11 points by the conclusion of the season, despite the best eforts of Mitchell van Dijk and Tommie van der Struijs, who stopped the new champion’s success rate dead in its tracks from the moment qualifying got underway on the Saturday.

The former took two successive pole positions and three wins, whilst the ever-faster van der Struijs rounded out the year on a high, stealing the win on the very last lap at turn six, having bided his time to get past his countryman. Van Dijk and GKS Lemmens’ Thomas Strauven (#9) completed the top three in the standings.

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