Belgium leads the F.E.G.A.T Ladies Championship

01:08 PM 16 Jun 2014 NZST
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After the day one, on June 13, of the F.E.G.A.T. ladies championship competition at Mons in Belgium,
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After day one, on June 13, of the F.E.G.A.T. ladies championship competition at Mons in Belgium, local driver Suzane Jans Lavigne leads her rivals with 22 points after finishing first, second and third in her three races.

Norwegian Liss Karin Sandvik is second after winning the last of four races in the day's competition. The other winners this day were Netherlands' Hiltje Tjalsma and Spain's Antonia Vaquer. Belgium, Norway, Germany, Finland, Hungary and Austria have finished the competition. The championship will be completed on Sunday.

CLASSIFICATION AFTER DAY 1

COUNTRY

DRIVER

POINTS

BELGIUM

SUZY JANS LAVIGNE

22

NORWAY

LISS KARIN SANDVIK

19

GERMANY

SARAH KUBE

18

SPAIN

ANTONIA VAQUER STASCHEL

13

FINLAND

LAURILA MERVI

13

HUNGARY

BERNADETT BALOGH

11

THE NETHERLANDS

HILTJE TJALSMA

11

DENMARK

PERNILLE RASMUSSEN

11

ITALY

ELENA VILLANI ORLANDO

10

SWEDEN

EVA LUNDAHL

8

SWITZERLAND

PATRICIA FELBER

7

AUSTRIA

SABINE KLETTENHOFER

5

RUSSIA

MARIA KHOREVA

2

Points system: 9-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 disq 1 non-runner 5

by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com

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