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There was maximum tension on the starting grid of the Mini Max (Birel ART) Final of the 2017 Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals at Portimao. Marcus Amand (FRA) and Jamie Day (UAE) were on the front row ahead of Leyton Daniel Fourie (ZAF) and Robert De Haan (NLD). Craig Tanic (FRA) had a big challenge starting from 24th. After a second practice lap, the lights went out. Amand kept his 1st place against Fourie, Bence Valint (HUN) and Theo Kekati (UAE) while a collision disrupted the back of the pack at the bottom of the circuit. Day was back in 4th position while Amand widened the gap with Fourie, 0.86'' halfway through.



In the fight trio for 2nd place, Kekati took the position and tried to reduce the distance to Amand by making common cause with Day. Kekati was trying to intimidate at the end on the 10th of the 12 laps, but Amand was unruffled. Day was 2nd, while James Wharton (AUS) joined the group in 3rd position. Amand remained focused until the finish and clinched a beautiful 4-tenth win over Day and Wharton. Kekati finished 4th and De Haan took possession of 5th position ahead of Fourie. Delayed on the first lap, Tanic was 32nd.




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