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Départ réussi pour le poleman Thomas Mich (Birel/BMB) en préfinale KZ2, Tony Lavanant (PCR/TM) passe en 2ème position avec autorité, avant de faire une cabriole. Anthony Abbasse (Sodi/Maxter) prend donc le sillage de Mich, suivi par Charly Bizalion (Intrepid/TM), Charles Fiault (Sodi/Maxter), Mathieu Gaillard (Energy/TM) et Yan Pesce (BRM/TM). Fiault repasse Bizalion pour la 3ème place, Abbasse se rapproche de Mich.


Lavanant cravache en 7ème position. Abbasse est maintenant dans les roues de Mich et Gaillard menace Bizalion pour la 4ème position. Abbasse s'empare de la 1ère place au 10ème passage, Fiault revient lui aussi sur Mich, Gaillard est venu à bout de Bizalion qui perd du terrain dans la manœuvre et se retrouve dans le viseur de Lavanant. Fiault fait le forcing pour se rapprocher de Mich, le 2ème, d'autant plus que Gaillard reprend régulièrement du terrain sur lui.




Victoire nette et sans bavure pour Anthony Abbasse, loin devant Thomas Mich, Charles Fiault, Mathieu Gaillard, Charly Bizalion et Tony Lavanant 6ème.



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Leo Roussel (Sodi / Parilla) and Victor Sendin (Tony Kart / Vortex) shared the front row of the prefinal in KF2, entering the track at 10:55 on Sunday morning. Sendin made the best start, but Roussel was caught in a clash just behind, with Rémy Deguffroy (Tony Kart / Vortex) and several other competitors. The race was decapitated. There was another spectacular crash on the line at the end of the first lap between Lefort and Compere. Sendin was surprised, but anxious to find himself far ahead of Andrea Pizzitola (FA Kart / Vortex), John Filippi (Exprit / Vortex), Kenny Vermeylen (Tecno / Parilla) and Antonin Bourgin (Merlin / Parilla).

Pizzitola took the lead on lap 4, Sendin seemed unable to resist, perhaps weakened by a technical problem that cost him an average of 0.3'' a lap. Alex Baron (Sodi / Parilla) was 5th, but was still far from Filippi. Sendin chased Vermeylen who did all he could, but had to pass the Belgian. Nicolas Gonzales (CRG / Maxter) retired with an engine failure. Filippi had to stop to fix a rear bumper. Anthoine Hubert (Sodi / Parilla) was back hard, he overtook teammate Baron on the penultimate lap.

Victory went to Pizzitola, 2nd was Vermeylen and Sendin saved his third position ahead of Belmaaziz, Hubert and Baron. Only 13 drivers crossed the finish line.



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The KF3s slowly approached 49'' in qualifying. Dorian Boccolacci (Birel / BMB) was ahead with 50''195, and the battle raged behind him between Paolo Besancenez (Sodi / Parilla), Valentin Moineault (Sodi / Parilla) and Hubert Petit (Sodi / Parilla). But suddenly Valentin Naud (Tony Kart / Vortex) set 50''095 before Besancenez went to 50''050. Boccolacci was first to go under with 49''928. Florian Latorre (Sodi / Parilla) was within the top 4. Besancenez and Naud improved at the end of the session, interspersed by Petit in 3rd. It was the first pole in KF3 for Boccolacci, 2nd Besancenez, 3rd Petit, 4th KF3 rush finally track down the time to quietly approach the 49''. Dorian Boccolacci (Birel / BMB) is ahead with 50''195, the battle raged behind him between Paolo Besancenez (Sodi / Parilla), Valentin Moineault (Sodi / Parilla), Hubert Petit (Sodi / Parilla). But it suddenly Valentin Naud (Tony Kart / Vortex) that grows in 50''095 before Besancenez does not replicate in 50''050. Boccolacci comes first in the 50 49''928. Florian Latorre (Sodi / Parilla) falls within the top 4. Besancenez Naud and improve end of the session, interspersed Petit 3rd.


First pole for KF3 Boccolacci, 2nd Besancenez, 3rd Petit, 4th Ocon and 5th Naud.



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Brice Gaye (DR / Maxter) got his name at the top of the KZ2 standings with a lot of speed. Mathieu Gaillard (Energy / TM) and Morgan Weber (Merlin / TM) quickly resumed the lead before Thomas Mich (Birel / TM) decreased the pace below 48'', followed by Charles Fiault and Anthony Abbasse (Sodi / Maxter) and Tony Lavanant (PCR / TM). The pole went to Mich with 47''945, Fiault second with 47''981 and Abbasse 48''050. Lavanant 4th, Maxim Roy (Tony Kart / TM) 5th, Charly Bizalion (Intrepid / TM) 6th. Weber 11th, Julien Goupy (BRM / TM) 16th, in a contrast to yesterday.



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The sky was somewhat hazy on Sunday morning at Angerville for the GPO with a temperature near 20 ° C and a south wind. Rain should not disturb the course of the day.


Times were dropping fast in track conditions which were very different from those of yesterday and Leo Roussel (Sodi / Parilla) went below 49'', leaving his opponent speechless. His 48''860 remained the reference to the end. Victor Sendin (Tony Kart / Vortex) came closest, ahead of teammate Remy Deguffroy with 49''014 and John Filippi (Exprit / Vortex) and Pascal Belmaaziz (DR / Parilla).



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