It’s been a tough week for Dutchman Jilles Groskamp, he struggled to find balance on his Shepherd Chassis, the car not handling to his liking. But over night some big changes including body shell and a return to the set up which brought him victory at the ENS at this track earlier in the year really turned things around for him and his first qualifying heat 17 laps in 5:14:089 was not to be beaten! in the second two rounds he did some testing and in the fourth and final round it looked like he might be on for 17 in 5:13, however his mechanic alerting him to this news put him off and briefly and it was game over! No great loss though and the Shepherd team driver is very happy going into finals day.
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