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The CRG brand is still reaping success during this extraordinary season thanks to its excellent performances in all the categories. Alex Palou and Jorrit Pex won the KF3 and KZ1 titles, while Felice Tiene and Jordon Lennox-Lamb left their stamp on KF2 and KZ2.

 

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Already a champion at European level, the Dutch driver Jorrit Pex (CRG/TM) has replicated his achievements in the WSK Euro Series, with both top level and regular performances vs. the KZ1 elite, the top category of karting. Jorrit won the pole in timed qualifying and then easily dominated the two finals of the Spanish meeting at Zuera, fighting off all his rivals' threats and winning the title with a huge lead. Jonathan Thonon (CRG/Maxter) was 4th on Saturday and made an excellent start on Sunday, but a mechanical problem in Final 2 stopped him. Davide Forè (CRG/Maxter) suffered the same type of incident.

 

Confident in him-self and in his CRG/BMB, the young Spaniard Alex Palou fully accomplished his mission in KF3, at the end of a superb meeting with a victory in the pre-final and a second place in the final, which allowed him to intelligently conquer the title. It is definitely a promising performance, with one and a half month to go before the World Cup to be held on this same circuit. The Brazilian Vitor Baptista achieved a noteworthy result by entering the top 5 in his pre-final.

 

Felice Tiene, behind the wheel of a CRG/BMB, came very close to success in KF2. He finished second both in the race and in the championship thanks to his first-class performances. He looks in excellent form with a view to next World Cup meeting. A very fast Tom Joyner (LH/BMB) was second after the heats, 5th in the pre-final, but was not as successful in the final race.

 

CRG is very satisfied with its cooperation with engine preparer KVS, which is doing an excellent job with BMB engines in KF.

 

Jordon-Lennox Lamb (CRG/Maxter) was one of the protagonists of the WSK Euro season in KZ2. At Zuera, he climbed up from 8th to 1st position in Saturday's final after a problem with the clutch in one of the heats. He was well place in the race for the title on Sunday, and then his chances evaporated after an unfortunate collision.

 

 

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