The second round of the South Swedish Indoor Championship (SSIC) took place at the VÃ¤st-8 track in Gothenburg where Serpent’s S400 EP Touring Car enjoyed victory in both the modified and stock classes.
Young Serpent team driver Niclas Nilsson was the star of the 50 car field TQ’ing in Modified while Oliwer Garant repeated the result in the 27 turn class.
Racing on the tight and technical track, the finals saw Serpent drivers continue to lead the way. Nilsson took his example to two A Main Modified victories to claim the overall win ahead of Serpent team-mate Christopher SÃ¶dergren. Also in the final with S400s was BjÃ¶rn PÃ¥lsson with his brand new car, running out of the box settings, to claim sixth and Oscar Callgard who finished eigth.
In the 27-turn finals Garant took the overall win in the best way possible winning all three finals to complete a perfect result for Team Serpent. Also making the Stock finals with his S400 was AmjadAbu Rweileh.
This performance shows the winning potential of Serpent’s first ever EP 190mm touring car chassis which continues to notch up race wins around the world.
South Swedish Indoor Championship (SSIC)
Modified Top 10
1. Niclas Nilsson – SERPENT S400
2. Christoper SÃ¶dergren – SERPENT S400
3. Mathias Larsson
4. Albin Norrman
5. David Ronnefalk
6. BjÃ¶rn PÃ¥lsson – SERPENT S400
7. Niclas Brunsberg
8. Oscar Callgard – SERPENT S400
9. Dennis Oscarsson
Stock Top 10
1. Oliwer Garant – SERPENT S400
2. Robin Haugnes
3. Joakim TaxÃ©n Swahn
4. Carl RÃ¶nnbÃ¤ck
5. Oskar Levin
6. Anton Josefsson
7. Rikard Eggers
8. Jesper Ekblad
9. Sebastian Andersson
10.AmjadAbu Rweileh – SERPENT S400
Source : Serpent