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25/03/12 - 19:27

Federer alone in the lead

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Another beautiful race for CRG with victory in the final for Fabian Federer, thebsolid leader in all races on the last race of the day at the Margutti Trophy. Massimo Dante (CKR / TM) took advantage of the difficulties of Alberto Cavalieri (BRM / Maxter) on the first lap - missing the start, then spinning near the cafeteria - to take second position unchallenged. First Massimo Mazzali (Jesolo / TM) was in third position, before Jordon Lennox-Lamb (CRG / Maxter) attacked on lap 6. But the threat of the pole sitter, Paolo Bonetti (Tony Kart / Vortex) was strong in the end. Mazzali defended for a long time, but Bonetti took him and Lennox-Lamb to take the third step of the podium at the expense of the British driver.

 

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This time there was total domination and a big lead for Felice Tiene (CRG / BMB) who won the KF2 final after a perfect start and the fastest lap. Tom Joyner (LH / BMB) moved solidly into second place on the first lap. Korolevskly (Tony Kart / BMB), Sami Luka (FA Kart / TM) and Alessio Costantini (Spirit / BMB) fought before Luka definitively overtook them after two-thirds of the race. Robin Hansson (Tony Kart / Vortex), Marco Moretti (Kosmic / TM) and Charles Leclerc (ART GP / Parilla) had been fighting for 5th, 6th and 7th places, while Antonio Giovinazzi (Tony Kart / Vortex) recovered from 22nd to eighth.

 

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Probably the most contested final of the 23rd Trofeo Andrea Margutti, the KF3 race included a fierce fight for the lead with Nikita Sitnikov (Tony Kart / BMB) in the lead at first, then Martin Kodric (FA Kart / Vortex), but he was then attacked by Alex Palou (CRG / BMB). Delayed at the start, Lance Stroll (Zanardi / Parilla) gradually moved up from seventh, taking the fastest lap, to finish on Martin Kodric's heels, who was probably worried. The recovery of Alessio Lorandi (Tony Kart / Vortex), who started 33rd and finished fifth, was superb.


Despite a good start to the race, Dorian Boccolacci (Intrepid / TM) couldn't do better than eighth directly behind George Russell (Intrepid / TM), leaving Davide De Marco (Tony Kart / BMB) to seize sixth. Paolo Besancenez (Sodi / Parilla) was able to overcome his 29th place start in part to take 15th place, while Julien Darras (Intrepid / Parilla) was losing time in 24th and was involved in several difficult battles.

 

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Logan Sergeant (Tony Kart / LKE) again dominated the final in Mini 60 from start to finish while his opponents tore each other apart for the podium. James Pull (Top Kart / LKE) missed his start and Simone Mazzotti (Parolin / LKE) took the opportunity to move into second position. But Christian Corbellini (Top Kart / Parilla) started to challenge him halfway. Rokas Baciuska (Top Kart / LKE) was fourth for most of the race, but behind him the battle raged in the pack with many overtakes, some more successful than others. Kusk Maini (Tony Kart / Vortex) finally emerged from this battle to take 5th when he started 17th.

 

 

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Massimo Dante (CKR / TM) made the best start in front of Fabian Federer (CRG / Maxter) in the KZ2 pre-final before the race was slowed for 5 laps after a big crash, requiring the evacuation of Marc Freimann. At the restart, Alberto Cavalieri (BRM / Maxter) immediately put pressure on the third placed Jordon Lennox-Lamb (CRG / Maxter). After an intense duel, and despite the defence efforts of Lennox, Cavalieri passed, and Dante attacked the leader to the end. Federer, however, had the resources needed to win the race ahead of Cavalieri and Dante. Massimo Mazzali (Jesolo / TM) and Massimo Aceto (GP Racing / TM) also Lennox Lamb.

 

 

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