26 June 2022
WISNIEWSKI BACK ON TRACK IN RUNABOUT GP1
Salonen heading into decider in Ski Division
Sunday, 26 June – Elk Poland): Andrzey Wisniewski was back on track winning this morning’s Moto2 in Runabout GP1 of the Grand Prix of Poland.
The polish rider celebrates his first place on home waters with Gyorgy Kasza in second place with a gap of only 2 seconds from the winner. Third place for Lino Araujo with points leader Samuel Johansson out of Moto 2 for a stearing cable broken at the beginning of the race
In Ski GP1 Severi Salonen heads into Moto 3 decider with a six point advantage after winning both [Motos] , with Belgium’s Anthony Beernaut trailing him to the chequered flag each time.
Salonen won second moto comfortably by almost 14’’ over Beernaut with Tommy Olin coming home third.
In Ski ladies division it was a battle between Jasmiin Ypraus and Virginie Morlaes who did a great start taking immediately advantage. She was then overtaked by the estonian rider who leaded the Moto almost till the end when unluckily she felt down exactly in the last turn of last lap finishing third.
France’s Virginie Morlaes won Moto 2 with Janina Johannson on second spot.
Mattias Siimann wins Moto2 in Runabout GP2 , Estonian defending champion taking the chequered flag in first with Marcin Senda finishing the moto in second position and Sweden’s Linus Lindberg coming home in third.