Friday 6th of September 2019

Germany’s Timo Scheider posted angrily on his social media after missing out on the final at Loheac RX last weekend. “Everything went well, until in the semi-finals once again an over-motivated stupid boy has messed up my clear entry into the final! But after what happened in Spa this weekend, results are a trivial matter! I send all my thoughts and wishes to the family and friends of Anthoine Hubert. R.I.P,” he said.

Although Scheider and the ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport Seat Ibiza has been one of the fastest cars in World RX 2019, with recent developments meaning Scheider was third after Day 1 at Bretagne World RX of France last weekend, the Loheac weekend was the sixth time in eight rounds he hasn’t made the final.

Scheider lost a chance of starting in the final when he was overtaken by Lithuania’s Rokas Baciuska at turn one during semi-final two, which allowed Sweden’s Kevin Hansen to take his joker and remain in front of the ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport driver.

Event officials didn’t feel the need to get involved with any of the on-track action in semi-final two and Baciuska, who has been one of the rising stars in World RX 2019, made it into the final and finished fourth.

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