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Pilot > Gabriel Aubry



Twice during the heats, Gabriel Aubry (Birel / TM) impressed by the ease with which he controlled at the KF3 World Cup at Zuera. He set an interesting 13th during Qualifying, but he also still has the speed in the heats, fighting at the front every time, with consistent performance. Taking the lead several times, he had the presence of mind to ensure his place in the standings without taking unnecessary risks. The tactic paid off as he has a very flattering fifth position, on the third row on the inside for the prefinal tomorrow.



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Pilot > Bryan Elpitiya



Seventh in qualifying for the KF3 World Cup, Bryan Elpitiya (Zanardi / Parilla) further improved his score during this long Saturday of qualifying heats. Fourth twice, third twice and second once, the young French driver showed a surprising strength at the highest level of global competition given his recent entry into the international arena. Indeed, he kept his speed up despite the fiery battles and led groups, without committing any errors of judgment. Certainly very happy, Bryan is nonetheless very focused on the finals on Sunday.



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International > World Cup

Three Intrepid drivers were excluded from a heat in the morning because of a technical non-compliance. This was a support bar for the sidepod, an element classified as optional until 2011, which apparently did mention this on the form for 2012. The influence of the bar on performance remains to be demonstrated. In any case it is a blow for Dorian Boccolacci, George Russell and Nathan Aston who scored 32 points instead of their respective classifications, which changed their positions greatly.



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New Puma boots with an ultrafine feel for the feet, inspired by dancers. Mid-high, they may require a little extra adhesive as shown by this picture stolen from the paddock at Zuera, but in the words of the anonymous driver, efficiency and comfort are superior. The rest remains mysterious ...



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The French drivers are on the pace in KF3 at Zuera. For example, the AD heat that just finished saw the victory of Paolo Beasncenez (Sodi / Parilla), who started from 11th position after a big comeback in which he attempted to erase his disappointment in the morning when his kart didn't start in the race before. Shortly before, Gabi Aubry (Birel / TM) was leading the race and finished second, thus confirming its speed in Spain. Bryan Elpitiya (Zanardi / Parilla) confirmed his form in Qualifying with his fourth place, just ahead of teammate Canadian Lance Stroll, while Julien Darras (Tony Kart / Parilla) ranked seventh, 14 places better at the start.

In the other groups, Valentin Naud (FA Kart / Vortex) currently holds two 3rd places, Dorian Boccolacci (Intrepid / TM) is back into the top five. Really, the French are going very fast!



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