During the Weekend
30,000 people attending the XXVIII GP TRUCK SPAIN
Celebrated at the Jarama Circuit
Thousands of fans have come this weekend to an event in which the Madrid's native Albacete has managed to get on the podium in three of the four races disputed between the two days.
The European Truck Championship has landed this weekend at the Jarama RACE Circuit to celebrate the second to last round of the season, in which the Madrid's pilot Antonio Albacete started as the leader of the European Truck Championship.
Thousands of fans, 29,500 in total on both days of the weekend, have come to enjoy this spectacle of monsters of the four wheels, in which the action is always guaranteed and, once again, has not disappointed.
Antonio Albacete, which came as the leader of the Championship with 6 points ahead of his rival, the Hungarian Norbert Kiss, and seven of the German Jochen Hahn. After the two races held on Saturday, Albacete and Kiss departed today Sunday even in points for the first position.
The first race started with the main rivals of the Madrid's pilot ahead of him, positions that remained unchanged throughout the test, leaving Kiss first and Hahn second, the general classification led by the Hungarian with eight points of advantage over the Spanish.
With the inverted grid in the final round, and fewer points at stake, Albacete went ahead of his two rivals. Although the start was somewhat injured -Kiss was last at the first curved - the battle for second place was torn between Adam Lako, Hahn and Albacete, Bösiger managed to take off and then finish first in the race. In this case, the Spanish won the fourth place.
Although battle is expected to be though in the last of the scoring events, to be held at Le Mans next weekend, Albacete still has a chance to gain what would be his fourth European title. The trio head, which are seven points difference, is played 60 points in the final round.