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Blomqvist Records A Front Row Qualifying Hit Rate Of 70% In 2010

16-year-old Tom Blomqvist put in two strong qualifying performances for the final rounds of the Formula Renault UK championship at Brands Hatch, Kent on 9 October 2010. The results place Tom, who currently leads the drivers’ championship from Lewis Williamson, in second position on the front for both of tomorrow’s races. It also means the young British racer has recorded a sensational 14 front row qualifying positions from a possible 20 in 2010.  Critically, Tom starts as the highest placed title protagonist in both of tomorrow’s races, as he looks to make history by becoming the youngest ever winner of the Championship.

“It has been a good day’s work. We are in a strong position for tomorrow’s races and we will of course be looking to round off the year by winning the Championship,” said Blomqvist. “Whatever happens, it has been a fantastic effort. Our performances throughout the year have demonstrated our consistency and speed. I want to say a massive thank you to everyone at Fortec, my family and management team. It has been a huge team effort, with all of them playing a key part in my success this year.”

In qualifying one, Tom, the son of rally legend Stig, showed incredible composure by recovering from an incident to claim second place on the grid. Half way through the session, just as he had set a fastest first sector, Tom went off at Surtees and kissed the wall. By the time that the Fortec team had changed his nosebox and wing, there was a matter of minutes remaining and Tom was lying in 13th position behind all of his title rivals. A red flag caused by Ollie Milroy then stopped the session with just three minutes remaining. The pressure was then on Tom to deliver and he did not disappoint. With just one flying lap possible, Tom posted a sensational lap and leapt to the top of the time sheets, only to be displaced by Nick Yelloly by five thousands of a second.

In qualifying for tomorrow’s season finale, Tom and his Fortec team mates were the men to watch. The three racers exchanged fastest sectors throughout the 20-minute qualifying session, with Riki Christodoulou coming out on top, marginally ahead of Tom and Alex Lynn. Tom’s closest title rival Williamson will start from fourth.

Rounds 19 and 20 of the 2010 championship will take place at tomorrow (10 October). The highly-respected junior single seater Championship runs alongside the British Touring Car package and will be broadcasted live on ITV4.