August 15, 2017 Paul Courts
FINLAND’S Mika Forss has been catapulted to the table of the table after round two of the World Driving Championship in Canada.
Four heats were contested in Mohawk, with Forss registering a treble with Dialamara, Lights Go Out and Mego.
Heading into the round in sixth position with 34 points as American Marcus Miller lead the way on 57, Forss is well-clear with 95 point.
Canadian James MacDonald won the opening heat with Mystery Bet to remain in second position on 93 points.
MacDonald also drove a double on the first afternoon of the competition.
Miller has fallen to third, with defending champion – New Zealand’s Dexter Dunn – rising from seventh to fourth with 71 points.
Australia’s Shane Graham experienced a horrid day, which has seen him drop from third to equal fifth with Sweden’s Bjorn Goop.
2017 WDC LEADERBOARD
Mika Forss (Finland) – 95
James MacDonald (Canada) – 83
Marcus Miller (United States) – 74.5
Dexter Dunn (ITA/New Zealand) – 71
Shane Graham (Australia) – 62
Bjorn Goop (Sweden) – 62
Gerhard Mayr (Austria) – 57
Mark Purdon (New Zealand) – 52
Noel Baldacchino (Malta) – 49
Eirik Hoitomt (Norway) – 44.5
Rik Depuydt (Belgium) – 43