Speed_Queen80 Secures Back-to-Back Victories
Is Back-to-Back Titles Possible?
Speed_Queen80 puts in a dominant performance in Monza
Last night’s Invictus [F1] No-Assists League race in Monza witnessed a totally dominant and commanding display from McLaren driver Speed_Queen. The current Invictus [F1] No-Assists champion made impressive progress towards securing consecutive No-Assists League titles. Although only able to secure 6th in Qualifying against tough competition, Speed_Queen was able to gain two positions on the run down to Turn 1; moving upto 4th position. Force India driver Mamafisher, who secured Pole Position maintained the race lead from the beginning while Haas driver Sargent_009 and Williams driver Stiffler1980 held onto 2nd and 3rd.
While Mamafisher battled with Sargent_009 for the lead early in the race, this allowed Stiffler1980 and Speed_Queen to edge ever closer. Sargent_009 took the lead on Lap 2 after Mamafisher suffered and incident, promoting Stiffler1980 to 2nd and Speed_Queen to 3rd. However, contact between Stiffler1980 and Sargent_009 on Lap 3 provided Speed_Queen with the opportunity to seize the lead of the race.
Although coming under early pressure from Mamafisher and Sargen_009, Speed_Queen successfully held them off and also gained advantage while Mamafisher and Sargent battled for position. Speed_Queens’s title challenger VeniVidiVici was unfortunate to experience terminal damage while driving for Sauber, but will be hoping to come back stronger at the Circuit of the Americas.
After Round 4 of the Invictus [F1] No-Assists League Speed_Queen holds onto a 13 point lead in the Driver’s Championship; with a third of the Season completed Speed_Queen is ahead by more than a one-race win. The question will be, can Speed_Queen maintain her early form to secure consecutive Driver titles in the No-Assists League.
Speed_Queen80 celebrating last night’s race victory