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Heat 4 of the Junior Cup took place again on the 1000m track in the early evening. On Saturday, after the warm-up, it will be time to conclude the Sodi World Finals for young people during the last two races, titled the Word Master Final.

 

In the Kids, Benjamin Thiry managed to keep the lead of the 4th and final race of this qualifying phase. He started in front of Daniel Schepis first, then Fraser Brunton came to put pressure on him at the end of the race on his way back from 9th place. Alex Connor also moved up seven places to finish 3rd, and Tom Delfosse was 4th ahead of Tom Emson.

 

In the final standings, Connor holds pole with 295 points ahead of Thiry (282 pts) and Adrien Le Floch (270 pts). Delfosse (267 pts) and Brunton (265 pts) complete the top five.

 

Christian Douven made his mark in the day's last junior heat against Alexandr Vasilenko. Aurélien Dasseleer finished his duel with Mickael Mota in 3rd place by only eight thousandths on the finish line. Gianluca Cadoni finished 5th by some lengths.

 

Vasilenko (278 pts) took 1st place in front of Mota (272 pts) and Gadoni (265 pts), Douven being ranked close in 4th position with 264 pts ahead of Tom-Felix Fusenig.


 

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While the heat was rising at Cormeilles, the drivers in the Junior Cup continued with their Heat 2 on the 1200m track at RKC. On the programme was free practice, Qualifying and Finals. In the Kids, Alex Connor won a second victory, Benjamin Thiry, 6th in the first Final, this time climbed to 2nd place ahead of Tom Delfosse, again 3rd. The Junior Final 2 was the scene of a big fight between four drivers while Mickael Mota had taken a substantial lead. It was finally Margot Romelli who took 2nd place 9'' behind Mota, with Tom-Felix Fusenig finishing 3rd by three hundredths. Christian Douven took 4th place on the line against Gianluca Cadoni.

 

For Heat 3 of the Junior Cup, the drivers discovered the charms of the 1200m track in reverse. Adrien Le Floch beat Alex Connor in the Kids Final, Tom Emson kept his 3rd place while Benjamin Thiry returned from 11th to 4th position, ahead of Fraser Brunton.

 

Christian Douven escaped at the top of the Junior Final to finish more than 11'' ahead of Alexandr Vasilenko. Mickael Mota took 3rd place. Unfortunately, as a result of an irregularity, no points were awarded at the end of this round.

 

In the Sprint Cup, the day ended on the 1000m track with Heat 3. For the Super Final, Simon Delvenne was beaten at the start by Kevin Carpasse and Ventsislav Vassiliev before taking the lead to win by 2.6''. Vassiliev took 2nd for a moment, but Caprasse did not intend to miss out on 2nd position. Adrien Spinelli came close to the podium, finishing 4th by 0.167''. Sébastien Fournet lost a lot of ground at the start of the race and had to fight to make up part of the disadvantage.


 

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International > Rotax Max Euro Challenge

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Tijmen van der Helm (NLD - Exprit - JJ Racing) a continué sur sa lancée en réalisant la pole position des chronos Rotax Junior à Salbris en 1'02''164 devant Luca Leistra (BEL - Tony Kart - Bouvin Power) et Mike van Vugt (NLD - Exprit - JJ Racing). En 5e position, Arthur Roche (FRA - Sodi - PKS) était le Français le plus rapide devant Esteban Masson (FRA - Sodi - PKS) 9e, Vincent Cavailhes (FRA - Tony Kart - YR) 10e et Ugo Gazil (FRA - Tony Kart - DADD).

 

Daniel Machacek (AUT - Tony Kart - Daems Racing) était la plus rapide des Rotax Senior en 1'01''673, mais Jordan Brown-Nutley (GBR - FA Kart-DHR) le suivait à 15 millièmes, Arnaud Sarrazin (FRA - Sodi - PKS) à 16 millièmes, Szabo Boldizsar (HUN - Exprit - JJ Racing) à 21 millièmes et Zsombor Kovacks (HUN - BirelART- KMS Europe) à 50 millièmes. Baptsiste Moulin (FRA - Tony Kart - Daems Racing) pointait 12e, Rudy Champion (FRA - Kosmic - PKS) 17e, Antoine Antier (FRA - Kosmic - PKS) 19e et Antoine Cousin (FRA - Kosmic - PKS) fermait la marche.


Le meilleur tour DD2 était effectué par Constantin Schoell (AUT - Tony Kart - Daems Racing) en 1'00''927 devant Max Fleischmann (DEU - DR - VPDR) et Durante Cosimo (ITA - Paolin - Pizza Musso). 8e place pour Pierre-Alexandre Pennequin (FRA - Sodi - KMD), 12e et 3e Master pour Charly Hipp (FRA - Sodi - Kurb by MD) et 15e pour Andrew Williamson (FRA - FA Kart - DSS).

 

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International > SODI WORLD SERIES

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The youngest competitors in the 2017 Sodi World Finals , split into two weight groups, Junior Kids and Junior, started on the 1000m RKC track at the wheel of their Sodi LR5s. To conclude Heat 1, the final of the Kids was won by Alex Connor and Kamal Agha, both from Dubai Autodrome, Tom Delfosse climbing on the third step of the podium.

 

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The Junior final was the scene of an epic battle until the finish. Leader under the flag, Christian Douven was demoted to 13th following a penalty for dangerous driving. Alexandr Vasilenko recovered the lead at the end of an 8-place climb, against Gianluca Cadoni and Lewis Appiagyei, with Mickael Mota finishing slightly disappointed in 5th place.

 

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Meanwhile, Kevin Caprasse won the Heat 2 Super Final on the 1200m RKC track, used this time anti-clockwise, but still with the powerful Sodi RX 250. The winner of the 2013, 2015 and 2016 editions has largely dominated Nikolay Varbitzaliev, himself well detached from Horiki Sakakibara. Adrien Spinelli made a fine return from 10th to 4th position. There was disappointment for Rémy Ychard who dropped to 12th, with Sébastien Fournet having to be satisfied with 14th position.

 

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The Junior Cup then moved on to the 1200m track and the Sprint Cup on to the 1000m.

 

 

 

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The 2017 Sodi World Finals started on Friday 26th May under the radiant sun at Racing Kart Cormeilles. The 80 drivers in the Sprint Cup began by using the 1200m track clockwise for their first heats and the first Finals. The races a and podiums have followed one another at an unbridled pace. Sébastien Fournet won the Super Finale - Heat 1 ahead of Adrien Spinelli and Kevin Caprasse. While the Junior Cup drivers are preparing to enter the stage, those in the Sprint Cup are now competing against each other on the 1200m track. 

 

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