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15
Dec
2014

Stark wins 4th World Championship!

Erik Stark was crowned F2 World champion for a fourth consecutive time when he won the final round of the championship in Sasolburg, South Africa. Fifteen boats lined up on the jetty to participate in the race after Bimba Sjoholm and Mette Bjerknaes had to pull out of the race when they had damaged their boats the previous day. When the lights went out it was Stark that took the...
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14
Dec
2014

Qualifiying

The Q1 session was showing that Stark, Lundin, Temper and Erik Edin of Sweden were showing good pace and that we could be in for a close session in Q2. The Q2 session was following the same pattern as Q1 only this time Lundin edging ahead of Stark when the session had to be stopped when Bimba Sjöholm of Sweden and Mette B. Bjerknæs of Norway had a coming together...
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14
Dec
2014

Practice sessions

The 1st practice session got underway with a slight head wind which saw the lap time averages around 44 to 45 seconds on the 1650 metre circuit.  However as the session went on both Pierre Lundin of Sweden and Uvis Slakteris of Latvia break the 43 second mark to finish the session ahead of Erik Stark the current world champion and Rupp Temper of Austria who was showing good speed...
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13
Dec
2014

F2 World Championship – Sasolburg South Africa

Seventeen drivers from nine different nations have arrived in Sasolburg, South Africa to compete in the final round of the 2014 F-2 World championship. The race will take place on Sunday 14/12/2014 at the beautiful Abrahamsrust Resort, Vaalpark on the river Vaal. The race being organised by the local Free State Authority will decide who will become F-2 world champion. Erik Stark of Sweden, racing the General Telecom sponsored Molgaard...
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13
Oct
2014

Swedes Dominate in Milano

With four Swedish drivers filling the first five spots on the starting grid for the Grand Prix of Milano, the likelihood of some of them finishing on the podium look strong. It would take a few hours of protests meetings following the chequered flag to decide the outcome but once the decisions were made every step of that podium would be filled with a Swede.
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