The FIM Enel MotoE World Championship lands, for the fifth round of the eight scheduled, on the English Silverstone circuit.
Randy Krummenacher, standard bearer of Team Dynavolt Intact GP MotoE, achieved a sixth position in Friday's qualifying, thus securing the second row on the starting grid.
The first race, which took place on Saturday at 12.15pm local time, saw the Swiss make a great comeback and close a fantastic wet race by taking the first step of the podium in the first electric race ever on the English circuit, ahead of Manfredi and Granado .
Race 2 had a more bitter taste after Krummenacher was the victim of a fall at the first corner of the first lap, caused by Ferrari, who was then penalized and relegated two positions.
The Swiss driver is currently fourth in the general classification with 123 points and just one point behind third. There are still three rounds, six races, left until the end of the MotoE World Championship and Krummenacher aims to obtain important results to conclude his "electric" season in the best possible way.
#RK3: “It was a bittersweet weekend. I started well on Friday, in the two free practice sessions, although in qualifying I wasn't able to do better than sixth. In race 1 I made a good comeback, a good battle with Kevin Manfredi, and a beautiful first step of the podium, my first victory in the electric category. In race 2 I hoped to replicate the performance of race 1 but, unfortunately, fate got in the way. At the first corner of the first lap, Ferrari hit Zannoni who, by falling and through no fault of his own, also caused my fall and the end of my race. I'm sorry because I felt good and ready to have a good race but through no fault of mine I found myself on the ground. I'm a little sore but luckily nothing serious and I can't wait to be back on track on August 18th and 19th at the Red Bull Ring in Austria. I thank my team, especially my team, my sponsors and supporters and my family. The world championship is still "open", everything is possible and as always I will give my best to achieve the best goals."