The fifth of eight FIM Enel MotoE World Championship rounds played out at the British circuit of Silverstone this weekend .

Randy Krummenacher, competing for the Team Dynavolt Intact GP, scored sixth place in qualifying on Friday, securing a second row start on the grid for the weekend’s races. Race one, which played out on Saturday at 12.15pm, saw the Swiss rider make a great recovery in the wet and close a fantastic wet race in first position in the first ever electric race at the British circuit, ahead of Manfredi and Granado.

Race 2 proved more disappointing after Krummenacher crashed at the first corner of the first lap, as a result of Ferrari, who was then penalized and demoted by two places.

The Swiss rider currently lies fourth in the standings, with 123 points, just one point from third. With three rounds and six races to go, Krummenacher continues to aim for significant results so as to conclude the electric season in as strong a position as possible.


#RK3: “It’s been a bittersweet weekend. I started well on Friday during free practice, but then I wasn’t able to do more than sixth in qualifying. I recovered well in race 1, battling with Kevin Manfredi and scoring first place, my first win in the electric class. In race 2, I hoped to repeat my race 1 performance but unfortunately that wasn’t to be. At the first turn of the first lap, Ferrari hit Zannoni who crashed but wasn’t to blame, and then hein turn caused me to crash, which put an end to my race. I’m sorry because I was feeling good and ready to run a good race but then I found myself on the ground. I’m in some pain but fortunately it’s nothing serious and I can’t wait to get back on track on 18-19 August at the Redbullring in Austria. Thanks to my team, my sponsors, my supporters and my family. The championship is still ‘open’ and everything is possible, so I’ll give it my all as always to achieve the best possible results.”

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