Good speed for Lennox Racing Team in the 2022 ROK Super Final

Another good weekend is in the bag for us with a lot of learnings and some very good moments.

The team was represented in ROK Junior by Oliver Stilp and Harry Yuill, in ROK Senior by Maalik Bintang Alysiahnaba, Prassetyo Hardja and Patrick Woods-Toth, and in ROK Shifter by Dante Lerra, Davide Greco, Gabriel Kawer and Hunter Pickett.

In Lonato, we had our best final results in the Shifter class. Great weekend for Pickett, who managed to qualify for the final in P10 after two top 10 placements out of three heats, which afford him to improve the 18th place obtained in qualifying practice; Hunter found also a very satisfying pace in the final, fighting hard on the track and crossing the line in P6. Davide Greco instead showed himself particularly strong from Qualifying practice, concluded in P9. After a bit of difficulty during the heats, the Canadian driver ran in a spectacular way in Saturday’s final, making up eleven places with a lot of stunning overtakes and crossing the line with a well-deserved P12 (P22 after penalty). Significant improvements even for Dante Lerra (P23) and Gabriel Kawer (P33), who faced all their difficulties with great attitude focusing on learning as much as possible about our team’s workflow.

Woods-Toth and Prassetyo took the scene in Senior. Our two drivers showed immediate confidence with their CL Kart since qualifying practices, concluded respectively in P13 and P15. Woods then improved exponentially in the heats, turning out to be extremely fast and catching the top 3 in three of four races and securing the 9th spot on the grid for the final. Patrick finished in the best way his weekend with a solid race, taking a few risks and securing the 8th spot. Hardja was also very consistent in terms of performance: the Indonesian driver made top10 in each of the four heats and ran an even more convincing final race, placing 13th with three positions gained. It will take a little longer to adjust to Alisyahbana instead, but in spite of everything the Indian driver fought hard throughout all his weekend: his 13th place in OMP Trophy certainly does not reflect his undoubted qualities.

Stilp and Yuill had to deal with some difficulties during the weekend, but they showed good attitudes. Oliver was very good at shaking off the difficulties he had in qualifying closing in P55 after the heats (with a strong top10 placement in the third one) and 28th in the Levanto Trophy, while Harry despite his hard situation kept learning and showing a good attitude.

Jordon Lennox-Lamb, Team Manager: “That was a good weekend overall. Despite some difficulties we managed to provide the best possible package to our drivers, allowing them to show good speed on the track. It was a pleasure to work with them and I hope that this experience could be good for their future.”