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Krenek Motorsport drivers Peter Fulín and Michal Matějovský set the pace in today’s first one-hour test session at Brno Automotodrom.

The Czech duo made clear from the start that they will be the men to beat on their home racetrack, consistently improving their lap times and inflicting big gaps to their rivals. Eventually Fulín topped the time sheet with a lap of 2:13.077, that was six-tenths faster than Matějovský’s 2:13.693.

Fulín’s rival in the fight for the Super 2000 title, Mat’o Homola from the Slovak Republic managed to post the third fastest lap of 2:14.578 with only one minute left on the clock.

In the Single-Make Trophy, it was and Aurélien Comte who emerged as the fastest driver. The Frenchman placed himself fourth overall with a lap of 2:14.782, beating Ferenc Fizca (2:15.245). Comte is the last of the competitors who are fighting for the class title; current leader Mario Dablander set the sixth fastest lap (2:15.577), with Jordi Oriola in ninth (2:16.212) and Nikolay Karamyshev in eleventh (2:16.257).

The Super 1600 saw the freshly crowned champion Kevin Krammes and his runner up Gilles Bruckner taking turns in topping the category; eventually they were split by only two tenths of a second with Bruckner first (2:27.672) and Krammes second (2:27.924).

Twenty-six drivers out of the twenty-nine who entered the event took part in the session. A second one-hour test will take place today at 15.10.