Hoogerheide is about to see some more rain. With the margins being very small in this junior generation, this will shift balance of power. If we're purely looking at it from a logical standpoint, Leo Bisiaux is the man to beat, but if the course is affected and it becomes a heavy engine race, Seppe Van Den Boer or Viktor Vandenberghe will like their chances. Interesting to note is Andrew August, who will be starting on the front row. He races very little compared to the rest and has seen his fair share of bad luck, but he has posted some very good lap times. He could be the big surprise here. Also there's the battle of the first years between Remijn, Thompson and Seixas.
If the consensus of the season is respected, it'll probably look something like this:
- * * * : Leo Bisiaux
- * * : Yordi Corsus, Viktor Vandenberghe
- * : Seppe Van Den Boer, Guus van den Eijden, AJ August
- : Ian Ackert, Senna Remijn, Vaclav Jezek, Matthias Schwarzbacher, Wies Nuyens