FINLAND’S Mika Forss has been catapulted to the table of the table after round two of the World Driving Championship in Canada.
Four heats were contested in Mohawk, with Forss registering a treble with Dialamara, Lights Go Out and Mego.
Heading into the round in sixth position with 34 points as American Marcus Miller lead the way on 57, Forss is well-clear with 95 point.
Canadian James MacDonald won the opening heat with Mystery Bet to remains in second position on 83 points.
MacDonald also drove a double during the first afternoon of the competition.
Miller has fallen to third, with defending champion – New Zealand’s Dexter Dunn – rising from seventh to fourth with 71 points.
Australia’s Shane Graham experienced a horrid day, which has seen him drop from third to equal fifth with Sweden’s Bjorn Goop.
- PAUL COURTS
2017 WDC LEADERBOARD
Mika Forss (Finland) – 95
James MacDonald (Canada) – 83
Marcus Miller (United States) – 74.5
Dexter Dunn (ITA/New Zealand) – 71
Shane Graham (Australia) – 62
Bjorn Goop (Sweden) – 62
Gerhard Mayr (Austria) – 57
Mark Purdon (New Zealand) – 52
Noel Baldacchino (Malta) – 49
Eirik Hoitomt (Norway) – 44.5
Rik Depuydt (Belgium) – 43