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Jernfast has the 2018 UIM F4 World Championship Saône up

Chris Davies on 23rd September 2018

Morgan Jernfast has won the 2018 UIM F4 World Championship on the river Saône in France this afternoon.

Jernfast from Österskär in Sweden took second place to Nikita Lijcs in the race, but the 17 points were good enough to capture the UIM Gold Medal which he can put alongside his F4 European Championship win in Latvia back in July.

Lijcs put in a fine drive this afternoon, his win ensured a UIM Silver Medal would be heading back to Latvia this week.

Tuukka Lehtonen arrived in Macon as the the 2018 Championship favourite and will leave the Burgundy region of east-central France with a Bronze.

Photo: Lennart Jernfast

2018 UIM F4 World Championship – Round 6 Results

1st) Nikita Lijcs 16.06.626
2nd) Morgan Jernfast 16.14.327
3rd) Tuukka Lehtonen 16.19.060
4th) Quentin Dailly 16.31.184
5th) Ben Jelf 16.34.917
6th) Pierre Lambert 16.48.452
7th) Xavier Autard 16.54.047
8th) Attila Horvath L1
9th) Camille Broutechoux L3

2018 UIM F4 World Championship

Gold – Morgan Jernfast SWE -101 points
Silver – Nikita Lijcs LAT – 88 points
Bronze – Tuukka Lehtonen FIN – 83 points

4th) Ben Jelf GBR – 72 points

5th) Quentin Dailly FRA – 69 points

6th) Paulius Stainys LTU – 52 points

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