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International > IAME

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Anthony Lambert (Kosmic) continue sur sa lancée dans la course 1 des X30 Junior à Mariembourg avec une victoire de plus à son actif, assortie du meilleur tour, avec plus de 4'' d'avance sur Maxime Drion (Sodi) et Kenny Roosens (Zanardi) au coude à coude. Ulysse De Pauw (Kosmioc) prend la 4e place devant Diego Garcia (FA Kart) et Julien Andlauer (OK1), 6e.

 

En Senior, François Bécamel (Kosmic) a repris la 1ère position à Vincent Fraïsse (Sodi) pour 2'' sur la ligne d'arrivée, tandis que Jérémy Demarque (LH) terminait 3e, Romain De Leval (LH) 4e - meilleur tour - et Kevin Breysse (ART GP) 5e. 

 

Chez les Msater, on prend les mêmes et on méllange: Chris Trott est repassé devant Sébastien Bielande dans la course 1, avec Nicolas Bervoets 3e et Nicolas Duchateau 4e. Adams termine 6e. Amaury Bonduel ART GP) en photo ci-dessus, a remporté la 1ère course des Shifter face à Kenny Charles (Merlin), Thierry Delré (Formula K) et Thomas Cyper (Formula K).

 

 

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En remportant deux de ses trois manches qualifcatives, en plus d'une 4e place, Vincent Fraïsse (Sodi) a réussi samedi l'exploit de remonter de la 15e à la 1ère place en Senior dans la X30 Challenge Europa 2014 qui se déroule ce week-end à Mariembourg. Sébastien Bedoret est passé second, mais Jérémy Demarque (LH) reste en bonne posture au 3e rang devant le solide François Bécamel (Kosmic) et Joey Van Splunteren. Alors que Victore Compère (Kosmic) et Béranger Dierckx (Kosmic) sont redescendus aux 8e et 9e places, Kevin Breysse (ART GP) a gagné 4 places en 6e position.

 

En Junior, Anthony Lambert (Kosmic) et Gilles Magnus (Parolin) conservent leurs deux premières places obtenues au chrono, Julien Andlauer (OK1) rentre dans le top 3 en prenant l'avantage sur Ulysse De Pauw (Kosmic) et Kenny Roosens (Zanardi). 

 

Chez les Master, Sébastien Bielande a damé le pion à Chris Trott (Tony Kart) et Nicolas Bervoets grâce à ses deux victoires. Christopha Adams pointe 7e devant Cyril Collinot (FA Kart) et Nicolas Duchateau (Tecno). Enfin, Amaury Bonduel (ART GP) se montre intraitable en Shifter puisqu'il a remporté ni plus ni moins les 3 manches. Il devance Thierry Delré (Formula K) et Kenny Charles (Merlin). 

 

 

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Pilot > Dorian Boccolacci

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Dorian Boccolacci is training hard for his first season in single-seaters, in the French F4 Championship, but he has not cut all his ties with karting. During the car racing pre-season, it is not unusual to see him in the paddocks, paying a visit to his former kart team Energy Corse where he still has strong relations. He has just passed the baton in Michele Panigada's team to a new member of the Lotus F1 Junior Team, the promising Juan Correa. The two boys, who have known each other since the beginning of the season, respect each other and Dorian acts as a sort of "older brother" by sharing his experience with the young American driver, who already feels part of the Energy family, where Luigina and Simone were so important for Dorian in the last two years at top level.

 

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Car > FIA

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French drivers shone in the first free practice session that opened the official part of the meeting at the Circuit Paul Ricard.

 

Sébastien Loeb (Citroën) was the fastest man on track, pleasing his many fans already present at Le Castellet, but the biggest surprise came from Hugo Valente. The young driver from Choisy-le-Roi confirmed again his excellent form, by taking second-fastest at the wheel of the Campos Racing Chevrolet RML keeping behind him López, Chilton and Muller.

The quintet was followed by the Hondas of Monteiro, Tarquini and Michelisz, who performed closely throughout the session. The fastest LADA was James Thompson's, who closed the session in P11, right in front of team mate Rob Huff. Franz Engstler was fastest among TC2 cars.

In a sunny, windy and chilly morning session, the Citroëns took control from the first moment, with López posting fastest time in 1.31.148, quickly improved by Loeb (1.30.891).

At mid-session took place the only note-worth incident, as Muller surprisingly hit the tire pile marking the inner margin of the chicane in the Mistral straight (Turn 4). There was damage on the front right end of the C-Elysée that stopped on the side, prompting the red flag. As the session resumed, top positions changed little except for Tom Chilton, who posted fifth-fastest time and one lap later, fourth-fastest (1.31.489). Six minutes from the end, Valente signed a stunning 1.31.037, which left him only one tenth from Loeb and in second position.


 

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