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Digital Subscriptions > Vroom International > n. 217 July 2019 > PEX II


In Sarno the unlikely happens. Immediately out via accident are Abbasse, Viganò, Irlando and Puhakka, the eligible candidates for the continental title: thus Jorrit Pex is European champion for the second consecutive year. Race victory for Lorenzo Camplese who loses the title by just one point.


On the Final starting grid there’s the tense atmosphere of the decisive battle. A torrid heat worthy of Sergio Leone’s spaghetti westerns, an almost noisy silence and penetrating glances slow time down, stopping it, until the red traffic lights go out. From there it’s all a matter of instants. At the start, Irlando pulls ahead, taking advantage of a slight uncertainty of Puhakka, but a few positions back, Abbasse and Viganò take each other out. Both retire, and the championship loses two potential champions.

Now it’s all in the hands of Irlando, who is in the ideal position: in first place, with two title rivals out of competition.

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