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Pilot > Devlin DeFrancesco

Devlin DeFrancesco was full of determination wgen he began his 2014 European campaign at the first round of the WSK Champions Cup at the international La Conca circuit. Out of karting for 4 months due to a wrist injury, Devlin's motivation, as well as his self-confidence, were visible at each stage of the Italian competition. Even when he found himself in trouble at a crucial moment, at the start of prefinal A on a suddenly slippery track, the young American was not unsettled and was able to make up lost time with rare skill. From 26th on the first lap, he gained more than 20 places in just 11 laps to finish fourth, with of course, the fastest lap. A feat that speaks volumes about his new potential.

 

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His arrival at the Morsicani Racing Team has immediately gone well. Driving his Tony Kart / Vortex, Devlin initially set the fastest time in qualifying in his group, which has earned him second place overall out of the 66 drivers competing in KF-Junior, 85 thousandths from pole. Except in the heat B against D in the rain where he finished 14th after a tumultuous start, Devlin continued his offensive with two wins and a second place to his credit. In the final, he again picked up 4 places to finish in 6th position.

 

This very exciting showing for Devlin at La Conca foretells great results for the young American driver in his second season in KF-Junior.

 

www.devlindefrancesco.com

 

 

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Pilote > Lucas LEGERET

Il n'était pourtant pas en grande forme le week-end dernier à La Conca, le jeune pilote suisse du team Zanardi Strakka Racing. Souffrant de douleurs dorsales, il a dû avoir recours à des traitements constants pour pouvoir participer à la 1ère épreuve de la WSK Champions Cup. Mais l'envie de courir de Lucas Légeret était la plus forte après ses bons débuts à la Winter Cup. 

 

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Sans doute l'un des plus jeunes, si ce n'est le plus jeune du plateau KF-Junior, Lucas n'en est pas moins très ambitieux pour sa première saison dans cette catégorie. A La Conca, il a bien redressé la barre dans les manches après un 30e temps au chrono. Terminant notamment deux fois 7e, il pointait déjà 20e au classement intermédiaire avant de se hisser à la 7e place de la préfinale B. Hélas, un gros accrochage au départ de la finale impliquant de nombreux pilotes le laissait sur le carreau. Malgré cela, il occupe une flatteuse 16e position au classement provisoire de la Champions Cup et espère bien faire encore mieux ce week-end lors de la seconde épreuve.

 

"On sent un bon potentiel chez ce jeune pilote." confiait Dino Chiesa dimanche matin. "Il est déjà très rapide, c'est un bon point. Il lui reste à prendre de l'expérience, la compétition à ce niveau est très complexe, il y a beaucoup de choses à apprendre. En tout cas, il a parfaitement sa place en KF-Junior internationale dès ces premières courses et il devrait progresser rapidement."

 

 

Info Kartcom / © Photo KSP 


Evènement Régional > France

La reprise de la saison a eu lieu les 1er et 2 mars 2014 sur le circuit international d'Angerville avec la 30e édition de l'Inter-Clubs. L'épreuve a réuni 144 pilotes, venus de toute la France, pour se mesurer à la concurrence relevée en Ile de France et spécialement lors de cette course reconnue comme une classique très concurrentielle, avant les premières courses des championnats régionaux qui commencent mi-mars.

 

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Podium Nationale 150, 100% ASK Angerville !


Mini-kart: 11 pilotes
1er: Amand Marcus, Beltoise Paris
2e: Spenle Evan, Brétigny
3e: Pecriaux Mathys, Rosny


Minime: 8 pilotes
1er: Petelet Milane, Brétigny
2e: Henrion Gillian, Rosny

3e: Picque Alexandre, Rosny

 

Cadet: 27 pilotes
1er: Dias Xavier, Rosny
2e: Pourchaire Théo, Rosny

3e: Valente Enzo, Brétigny


Nationale 150: 48 pilotes
1er: Creton Harald, Angerville
2e: Simmenauer Louis Ferdinand, Angerville
3e: Simmenauer Jean Baptiste, Angerville

Rotax Max: 15 pilotes
1er: Deptuch Joël, Angerville
2e: Hodier Thomas, Rosny

3e: Cousin Jules, JBH


Rotax Max Gentleman: 12 pilotes
1er: Hipp Charly, Rosny
2e: Mettetal Toma, Loches
3e: Leotta Alexandre, JBH


KZ 125: 12 pilotes 

1er : Mich Thomas, Rosny
2e: Roy Maxime, Rosny

3e: Mantione Nolan, Angerville


KZ 125 Gentleman: 11pilotes

1er: Grosso Emilien, Angerville
2e: Bailly Armand, St Quentin
3e: Leliévre Geoffroy, K 61


Classement de la 30e Inter-clubs:
1er: ASK Rosny
2e: ASK Angerville,
3e: ASK Brétigny

 

Résultats complets sur www.askangerville.fr

 

 

Info & Photo ASK Angerville


Team > USA

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Exploding onto the scene in late 2013 at the annual SuperKarts! USA (SKUSA) SuperNationals, BENIK Kart is quickly making a name in the karting world. Starting off small and focusing on image and results, BENIK Kart has already been seen on the top step of the podium at high profile events throughout North America and is gaining momentum for years to come.

 

Owned and operated by long-time karting industry members Ben Cruttenden and Nick Mitchell, the British duo is working hard to establish a high quality and user-friendly brand throughout North America.

 

Visit www.benik-kart.com

 

 

Info Kartcom - Benik Kart


Team > RFM Motorsport

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The KF-Junior drivers at RFM Motorsport made their mark at the first of two consecutive meetings of the WSK Champions Cup at La Conca. Enaam Ahmed dominated the meeting by winning the prefinal and final, while Max Fewtrell finished fourth with the fastest lap. Ollie Norris put in an excellent performance in KF, 3rd after the heats, but retired in the final, while his younger brother Lando Norris re-entered the top 10.

 

The new recruits in KF continue, along with the team, to work on chassis setup with the Dunlop tyres, used at La Conca for the first time this season. The most experienced driver, Ollie Norris, quickly found his feet on the track at Muro Leccese. Regularly in the top five throughout the meeting, he had unfortunately had to retire mid-way through the final. Lando Norris and Guan Yu Zhou meanwhile progressed throughout the race to finish 9th and 13th in the final.

 

In KF-Junior, Max Fewtrell started strongly with pole position in timed qualifying and 1st place in the intermediate classification. The rain that hit the La Conca track from the prefinal A caused him to drop to 7th position and then he came back to 3rd on the finish line. He then moved from 8th to 4th place in a hotly contested final, the holder of both the fastest lap and the event record. Enaam Ahmed was meanwhile racing flawlessly since his fourth place in qualifying. He won prefinal B after an intense battle with the fastest lap before pushing ahead in the final, which he won by nearly 3''. His performance earned him the lead in the standings of the Champions Cup. There was excellent progression for Sun Yue Yang, 34th in qualifying and 15th in the final, while David Beckmann, despite despite some good performances in the heats, lost all chance of qualifying in the rain in the tricky prefinal A.

 

www.rickyflynnmotorsport.co.uk

 

 

Info Kartcom / © Photo KSP


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