On the weekend now approaching, Anatoly will in fact be on track at the Asum Ring in Kristianstad, a very fast circuit with the unknown weather and above all a technical one to be interpreted well right from the start. A debut for Khavalkin on the Swedish track, especially in view of the European Championship where he will be called upon to make an immediate recovery.
So far, the Parolin rider has shown that he can adapt quickly even to new tracks, and the one at Kristianstad will be his last before arriving at Franciacorta, where he had already come close to victory earlier this year.
Khavalkin will officially take to the track from tomorrow after today’s free practice, with official qualifying starting at 11.55am until the first heats in the afternoon. Direct clashes will then continue on Saturday before arriving at heats and Superheats on Sunday 22 May.
All updates will be available on the official driver channels, races streamed on the RGMMC YouTube channel.