Tethys started to upgrade his license the week before the European Championship Round 1.
The sun was shining, and not a drop of rain in sight.
As he had done several runs in an A Fuel Dragster, it didn't take him long to get used to the car.
He warmed up with a short launch, then run a 4.25 with an early shut off. We felt comfortable enough to do his last pass at the first qualifying session of the upcoming Round 1.
There he run a 4.17 at 245 Mph which was plenty good enough to earn his license.