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Submitted By Julie Tonelli

Without competing with the old plates, the Championship of France Mirecourt fielded a list of participants very respectable for the time noting a slight shift away from the latest round of Minime and Cadet, and satisfactory attendance in National . Climate change did not prevent Theo Pourchaire won the title of Minimal, Ambinintsoa Ramiandrisoa of the podium and Cadet Anthony Fotia to impose National. A third competitor expressed its support for Julie Tonelli Foundation for Children in Lorraine.

Anthony Fotia (Sodi) took a sweet revenge in the Vosges after experiencing worries Ancenis. Also performing on Saturday that dry in the rain Sunday, he made a near-perfect run that gave him the victory and a National rise in third position in the standings. I must say that Roman Bonnetto (Tony Kart), domineering Ancenis polesitter stopwatches in Mirecourt, has not been spared by bad luck, starting with the episode unfortunate exchange coil which deprived him of his first qualifying heat. Income in the pre-16th, he sank into the depths of the 5th round of the finals, but is still second in the championship. Thomas Pottier (Tony Kart) and François-Xavier Venet (Kosmic) took advantage of the rain to move up the hierarchy. 31st after the heats, Pottier brilliantly joined the 5th place in the final, while Venet, author of the 42nd lap, managed to return 6th. As fast in the rain with his best time in the final third, Emmanuel Reviriault (MAF) has remained constant in the leading group throughout the weekend. Abandonment mid-term of the pre has sealed the result of Emilien Carde (Kosmic) even if it was able to return 19 places in the final. Zipporah Lorenzo (Birel) was never able to run at its true level, both under the sun in the rain. Dry seemed better suited to Aurélien Marion (Mirage) ranked well on Saturday, but distanced thereafter, although he could return for the final 22. A difficult weekend for Naim Bangui (Zanardi), rebounded in the 11th position of the pre-final, which was not until the end of the final, just like Anthony Coudert (Kosmic) and Matthew Schaeffer (RK), fourth in pre-final for the first and for the second and seventh victims both of abandonment in the final.

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Without competing with the old plates, the Championship of France Mirecourt fielded a list of participants very respectable for the time noting a slight shift away from the latest round of Minime and Cadet, and satisfactory attendance in National . Climate change did not prevent Theo Pourchaire won the title of Minimal, Ambinintsoa Ramiandrisoa of the podium and Cadet Anthony Fotia to impose National. A third competitor expressed its support for Julie Tonelli Foundation for Children in Lorraine.

Anthony Fotia (Sodi) took a sweet revenge in the Vosges after experiencing worries Ancenis. Also performing on Saturday that dry in the rain Sunday, he made a near-perfect run that gave him the victory and a National rise in third position in the standings. I must say that Roman Bonnetto (Tony Kart), domineering Ancenis polesitter stopwatches in Mirecourt, has not been spared by bad luck, starting with the episode unfortunate exchange coil which deprived him of his first qualifying heat. Income in the pre-16th, he sank into the depths of the 5th round of the finals, but is still second in the championship. Thomas Pottier (Tony Kart) and François-Xavier Venet (Kosmic) took advantage of the rain to move up the hierarchy. 31st after the heats, Pottier brilliantly joined the 5th place in the final, while Venet, author of the 42nd lap, managed to return 6th. As fast in the rain with his best time in the final third, Emmanuel Reviriault (MAF) has remained constant in the leading group throughout the weekend. Abandonment mid-term of the pre has sealed the result of Emilien Carde (Kosmic) even if it was able to return 19 places in the final. Zipporah Lorenzo (Birel) was never able to run at its true level, both under the sun in the rain. Dry seemed better suited to Aurélien Marion (Mirage) ranked well on Saturday, but distanced thereafter, although he could return for the final 22. A difficult weekend for Naim Bangui (Zanardi), rebounded in the 11th position of the pre-final, which was not until the end of the final, just like Anthony Coudert (Kosmic) and Matthew Schaeffer (RK), fourth in pre-final for the first and for the second and seventh victims both of abandonment in the final.

More convincing Cadet Ambinintsoa Ramiandrisoa (Zanardi) is now part of the very best, as evidenced by his two race wins and second place finish in Mirecourt. Among the drivers that are highlighted through the rain, Corentin Fournier (MAF), 26th after the heats went back fourth in the final, Maxime Sabin (Sodi) went from 28th to 5th place, Vincent Marserou (OTK) of the 19th the pre finally ranked ninth while Enzo Valente (Sodi) went from 25th to 10th place in the final. More regular, Hugo Darniche (ART GP) fell within the top 10 and even finished seventh in the final. Teo Laforge (Sodi), seventh in the prefinal, 22 fell in the last race.

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Little advantage in the rain, the young Theo Pourchaire (Zanardi) not less clinched second place in the final Minimal and finished well ahead of the Championship of France, a beautiful first title obtained before its 10th anniversary. Quentin Dupuis (Birel) is highlighted on a slippery track with his fourth position in the pre-and fifth in the final. Good performance in the qualifying heats for Fantin Lebellier (ART GP) who finally brushed the top 10. Very fast against the clock with the second best time, Alexander Picque (ART GP) remained in the top 10 in the finals. Regular, Bryan Thomassin (MAF) lost a few places in the rain ending 15th. Swift and combative on a wet track, Geoffrey Baudot (OTK) finally took too many risks to do well.

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