HTCC: 1600cc/N2000cc round two summary

HTCC 1600cc/N2000cc Group B - Lo Ka Fai wins again 778 Autosport driver Lo Ka Fai wins again in the second round of the HTCC 1600cc Group B. Achieving a great start to his 2004 HTCC season. He faced little opposition in the race as he led from ...

HTCC: 1600cc/N2000cc round two summary
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HTCC 1600cc/N2000cc Group B - Lo Ka Fai wins again

778 Autosport driver Lo Ka Fai wins again in the second round of the HTCC 1600cc Group B. Achieving a great start to his 2004 HTCC season. He faced little opposition in the race as he led from lights to flag. Ka Fai also achieved fastest lap of the race with a 1:54.230.

Second place was once again taken by Chung Wai-Hang, who managed to overtake Fusion Racing's Siu Kin-Ching in the race.

Round 1 retiree Siu Kin-Ching managed to finish third in the race. 'My engine is new and it has yet to be fully run-in. It is not running at its maximum yet.'

Other pre-race favourites Cheung Chi-Shing and Paul Poon managed to finish 4th and 5th respectively.

N2000 class was won by Max Speed driver Yeung Chuen-Shing, with Lee Sung and Tsang Tak-Fan taking second and third places. Yeung Chuen-Shing also set the class fastest lap with a 1:56.089.

Round 3 and 4 of the championship will be held on 31 July and 1 August 2004.

For the latest race results, please visit www.zic.com.cn/pdf/pdf.htm

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