Team Poland head Karting Slalom after the first day of competition at the FIA Motorsport Games, as the field whittles down to the top 16 that go through to the next round of competition on Saturday.
Emilia Urszula and Karol Krol head the order with a combined time of 2:52.106 having scored two clear runs in the first Karting Slalom session on Friday. They lead Sebastian Romberg and Annika Spielberger by 5.3s, after the Team Germany duo ranked highly in session two - Spielberger the only frontrunner to score a completely clean run.
Team Hungary sits in the top three after Adam Szabo came top of this morning’s session, with team-mate Lilla Horn ranking sixth. Team Estonia and Martaliisa Meindorf and Jurgen Laansoo sit less than half a second further down the order in fourth.
Team Hong Kong China scraped through to the top 16, giving Jaden Ing and Sum Nga Mok a chance to climb up the order in tomorrow morning’s Eight Final, while Team Uzbekistan was nine seconds adrift of making the cut to continue the competition.
Karting Slalom action continues with the Eight Final scheduled for 09:00 Saturday, ahead of the Quarter Final at 12:00.