After two good qualifying sessions, which ended with a group pole position (round 1) and an absolute pole position (round 2), Gladysz faced eight available heats. Thanks to his two excellent starting positions, Maciek was very good at the sixth overall and therefore third for Prefinal 1, and third overall position for Prefinal 2.
Before tackling the finals, saturday was the turning point for the Polish driver, with the two pre-finals, first position in the first race and second place in the second race, projected Maciej towards the last effort.
In Final 1, he managed the start very well and fought without making any mistakes. A capital conduct allowed him to remain in the group of pretenders for success, managing to cross the finish line first and win the race! In the second and last race of the weekend, the battle was very hard, but the Polish driver managed to score the points needed to be the new Champion arriving in fifth position!
“It was a very demanding weekend, all the sessions were double but I managed everything as well and I’m happy to have won my last trophy in 60 Mini. Thank you Parolin, my mechanic Marcin Binkowski, my motorist MA Engines, for support Lorenzo Travisanutto and all those who worked with us, my family and my sponsors. See you in OKJ category!”