K1 Speed Seattle Challenge GP Results
20 July 2012
On lap 12 of 16, the leaders caught lapped traffic and things got interesting. Leader Dana Glenn managed to make passes quickly on the tight K1 Speed Seattle course, and as a result increased his lead on Malzar who unfortunately got pinched off by lapped traffic causing him to fall outside of the top 3 and a podium spot. 4th and 5th place drivers Curran and Velushchack also became a victim the intense battles through lapped traffic and fell back. At the checkered flag it was Dana “The Dude” Glenn taking the win, followed by RJ Napitupulu who started 5th, and an amazing 3rd place finish for middle brother Dallas Glenn who started 7th. Jayce Glenn and Hans Malzar round out the top 5. Also Extremely impressive in his first ever competitive race of any kind, was young 13 year old Adrian Corona who came home 7th after battling for a podium spot at one point during the night. Look for Corona to improve as he gains experience in the upcoming rounds. The field is stacked for the 2012 Challenge GP Series here in Seattle, as the top 6 drivers lap times were separated by Roughly two and a half tenths, any one of them could take home a win this season.
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