Race report from Skanderborg Cup in Denmark.
The national championship calendar isnt showing much activity at the moment, so when a local club invited all drivers to participate in an open, non-championship race, I and my teammate Magnus Frandsen jumped at the opportunity to get some racing/testing done. It was a one day event with the emphasis on fun.
While my teammate has the track as his home track, I wasn’t so lucky. On top of that, we both attended the 4th round of the 1/10th electric nationals the day before, so practice was nearly non-existent, especially in my case.
Track conditions weren’t perfect, but the club did a fantastic job getting it to look like something that could actually be raced on.
With one round of practice scheduled for the day, it was all about learning the track. Unfortunately it had rained overnight and the track was very wet and muddy, so nearly everyone decided to skip practice. The club track crew did a fantastic job getting the track as race ready as possible before qualifying and by 10am, it was drivable.