After finding his marks yesterday during the first unofficial Free Practice sessions, Jace Denmark-Gessel was back on track on three occasions this Wednesday for the pursuit of Free Practice in the Super ROK category, one of the seven classes to compete this week at Lonato.
“I had a good flight from the US to Italy and it feels great to be back to Lonato for the Rok Cup Superfinal, especially with all the great people at Ward Racing!,” he says.
Enjoying a constantly-improving pace around the 1200 meter-long layout of the Italian track, Jace took his Tony Kart-Vortex material amongst the fastest of the 28 driver-filled class despite the live timing not yet made available by the organizers.
“Yesterday, the conditions on track were tricky but it looks like we’re right on the pace in the Super ROK category! Feeling ready for qualifying!”
Click here for the official live timing of the ROK Cup Superfinal powered by Vortex Engines.
- Text: Guillaume Alvarez
- Photos: Cody Schindel / CKN