Lugano, Switzerland, 14th of July
Just two weeks after the event in the UK, it was time for King of Europe to move on with Round 4 of this 10th season, and the country of choice was Poland. Poland is actually where Francesco Conti made his European debut, back in 2012, even though back then the event was held on the Poznan race track. Francesco made a storming appearance, and, after claiming 2 titles in Italy, he left a solid impression by taking 2nd place, after loosing in the final battle against Maciej Bochenek.
Going back to Poland meant that the competition was going to be fiercer than ever. Francesco Conti has had several encounters with Polish drivers in the past, with different outcomes every time. After having a pretty rough start of the season, the two times Italian champion and European Champion knew he had to push as hard as possible in Poland and get as many points to help him get back on top of the rankings. With an interesting layout, especially looking at the first section of the track, which integrated a hill, on top of which the drivers would have to initiate the drift while going as close as possible to the outer wall for the perfect line, Tor Jastrzab promised to offer the drivers a more than memorable experience. (more…)