15 May 2022
Sunday 15 May- Sant Antoni de Portmany - Ibiza (Spain) Podium in Ski GP3 for defending Champion Mattias Reinaas.
Mattias Reinaas led from start-to-finish to take his second Moto win of the weekend and winning the UIM-APB Aquabike - Grand Prix of Spain in style.
The estonian rider dominated from the start to finish completing the nine laps to win by 9.07s over Norway’s Dag Martin Drange.
Third place in today’s Moto, with the first place in Moto 1 was good enough to keep Portugal’s Goncalo Rodrigues   in the runners-up spot,  taking the second place of the podium with Hungary’s Csongor Jaszai completing  the championship podium.
World Champion Mattias Reinaas confirms his leadership in Ski GP2: winning Moto 3 and Moto 2  and with a fourth place in Moto 1 is the winner of the Grand Prix of Spain.
Three riders were fighting behind him for the top spots of the Grand Prix podium: Portugal’s Goncalo Rodrigues took the second place. The italian Andrea Guidi scored 62 points took the last step of the Grand Prix Podium.
Mattias Siimann clinched the Runabout GP2 Grand Prix title after finishing first in today’s third and deciding Moto winning his second podium of the Grand Prix.
Sweden’s Linus Lindberg ,with 2 second places and 1 Moto win, took the second position with Spain’s Ruben Jimenez Riquelme completing the Grand Prix podium.
In Runabout GP4 Moto 3 Mattias Siimann with the second winning of the weekend successfully defends his world title winning the Grand Prix of Spain and his second podium of the weekend.
Czech Petr Dryjak second in Moto 3 and with a first place in Moto 2, take the second place of the podium with Spain’s Joan Sevil completing the Grand Prix Podium.
Three second places in the weekend in Runabout GP4 Ladies were enough to give to Czech, 19 years old, Nikola Dryjakova the Grand Prix title with only one point over Italy’s young rider Naomi Benini finished in second to take second overall with France’s defending champion Clara Muchembled, winner of Moto 3, completing the championship podium.
The Aquabike flag now goes to Olbia (Sardinia) for the next Grand Prix of Italy.
For full classifications: https://www.aquabike.net/results