Braintree, Ma (November 24, 2014) – Round five of F1 Boston’s Fall Frenzy League took place last Monday and competition is heating up with just one round left in the season for competitors to earn seats in the Championship Final. Each of the League’s six rounds starts with a qualifying session, followed by two 30-lap heats and a 40-lap final. Here are the highlights:
In heavyweight, Ron LeDuc claimed his second victory of the season by winning the first and final heats, second in heat #2 plus two fast laps to score 42 – with 127 points, he is also the leader in the season-long standings. Shaun Abbate was second with 30 points by grabbing second in the final, third in heat #1 and fourth in heat #2. Abbate is also second for the season at 126 – just a point off LeDuc’s pace. Harry Parker took third with 26 points by placing third in the middle and final heats after landing fifth in heat #1 – he’s fourth for the season with 76 points. Bill Bedard was next with 22 points earned by finishing fourth in the first and final heats and fifth in heat #2. Alan Morrison was fifth with 20 points highlighted by winning heat #2. Antonio Brito Jr. (18 points) is third for the season with 124 points and Dave Roger is fifth with 67.
David Burton had a strong round in middleweight to earn his third victory of the season. He scored 39 points powered by winning the final two heats after taking third in heat #1plus a fast lap – after five rounds, Burton is second in the standings with 125 points. Chris Catalano took second with 32 points including a win in heat #1 and a second place result in the final plus a fast lap. With 132 points he is positioned at the top of the leader board. Peter Sigourney was third after finishing second in heat #1 and third in the final – he and Mark Morin are tied for third in the standings at 124 – just a point behind Burton. Jaramillo Ricardo scored 24 points and fourth place featuring second in the middle heat and fourth in the final. Philip Lloyd was fifth with 21 points including third in heat #2 and fifth in the final. John Hintze (18 points) is fifth for the season with 72 points.
In Lightweight, Jay Hanscom took top honors with 32 points by winning the final, grabbing second in heat #1 and fifth in heat #2. With 132 points, he’s two points off the lead in the standings. Rodrigo Dias took second with 29 points by winning the first heat, taking second in the final plus two fast laps – he leads for the season with 134 points. Kevin Berquist was third with 28 points featuring a second finish in the middle heat, third in the final and fifth in heat #1. Jamie Dutra was next with 22 points highlighted by third place in heat #1 and fourth in the final plus a fast lap – he’s fourth for the season with 82 points. Patrick Curtin and William Ryan tied at 20 for the final top five spot. Curtin’s highlight was third in heat #2 and fifth in the final; Ryan’s round featured a victory in heat #2. Curtin is also fifth in the standings with 80 points.
Round 6 will take place on Monday, December 1st.
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