It was a more complicated fix to get the car ready for the B-Final as the breakage had caused parts to get stuck together. Various parts were mis-matched together to ensure the car made the A final. Now sporting two standard parts, rather than the strengthened ones fitted earlier in the day, a less aggressive drive was needed to get the car to the end
“After heat 3 I was not confident we’d even get to the start of any final this weekend, having broken the uprated shafts twice.” said Todd after the podium. “To come from that low point to the high of 3rd overall and 1st in class in the A final is something I’ve not really experienced before. I’m so grateful to the team for getting the car sorted and ready to go for the B Final under huge time pressures.”
Our next race event at the Belgian circuit of Duivelsberg, near Maasmechelen as part of the Minicross european tour on Saturday the 3rd and Sunday the 4th of August, followed a week later by the second event at Eurocircuit Valkenswaard, Holland. Until then, keep an eye on our social media for some exciting new video content, and expect some big news to come in the forthcoming weeks.