Forging through the weather, the entire PSL team worked hard to ensure equipment and drivers were in top form for all conditions. Posting quick times all weekend, Thomas Nepveu was the man to beat in Rotax Mini Max, claiming pole by nearly .4ths on his PSL X3. Thomas would go to sweep all the heats and the main, extending his Mini-Max ECKC Championship lead. Micro Max rookie, Anwar Bailey would score his first podium ever earning P3.
Junior Max pilots, De Alba, Tavella, Lucente and Sundarmoorthy would post quick times during unofficial sessions, but it would be De Alba who would put in the work to qualify P2, and win Final 2. De Alba is making a name for himself early in the 2016 season.
This year, Gianfranco Mazzaferro has been an absolute standout, qualifying P3 and finishing P2 in Final 1 aboard the RY-30-S8.
DD2 battle brothers, Jeff Kingsley and Alessandro Bizzotto welcomed Natael Cantin to the category, with Kingsley sweeping both days clean and Bizzotto finishing P3.
The talk of the paddock was Kevin King, who was unstoppable in his Sunday performance earning a very well deserved win in the Briggs Senior final. In Briggs Master, Mark Stehl (Ricciardo) would qualify P3, but discover a problem and finish a lap down in the final.