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Jonny Edgar (Exprit / TM) was quickly overtaken by Kas Haverkort (CRG / Parilla), while Giuseppe Fusco (Evokart / LKE) finished 3rd ahead of Gabriel Bortoleto (CRG / Parilla) and Mattia Michelotto (Zanardi / Parilla). Hadrien David (Zanardi / Parilla) fought in the top 10, with Gillian Henrion (CRG / Parilla) recovering from difficult opening laps. Haverkort and Edgar were distancing their opponents, Michelotto having taken 3rd place in front of Zak O'Sullivan (FA Kart / Vortex) and David. Loris Cabirou (Sodi / TM) returned courageously to 20th, then lost several lengths. Haverkort won the race despite the constant pressure of Edgar, Michelotto, O'Sullivan and David (best lap and 9 places) ended up grouped in the top five. When he was 12th, Henrion was pushed at the hairpin on the last lap and had to give up.




The unfortunate Evann Mallet (CRG / Parilla) spun on the second practice lap of Prefinal B and did not start. Leonardo Marseglia (Zanardi / Parilla) attacked Harry Thompson (FA Kart / Vortex) to take the lead on lap 2, with Paul Aron (Tony Kart / Vortex) 3rd and Jack Doohan 4th ahead of Andrea Rosso (Tony Kart / Vortex). Pavel Bulantsev (Tony Kart / Vortex) was running a long way back after a complicated first lap. Thompson then recovered control by passing Marseglia, Rosso reached the 4th position at halfway, while Doohan was demoted to 7th, then 10th. Dexter Patterson (Birel ART / TM) was very delayed at the beginning of the race and was trying to get back into the top 17. Thompson controlled Marseglia and won, with Aron 3th, Rosso 4th and Luigi Coluccio (Tony Kart / Vortex) 5th. Ilya Morozov (Tony Kart / Vortex) moved up to 7th, Bulantsev 9th, and Doohan finished 12th in front of Patterson.

Updated live from La Conca, not taking into account possible future penalties.



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It is summer weather, or almost, for the Final day at La Conca for the third and penultimate round of the 2017 WSK Super Master Series. Clear sky, slight wind and a thermometer approaching 20°. 


Clement Novalak (Tony Kart / Vortex) took the lead in Prefinal A while Karol Basz (Kosmic / Vortex) struggled to find his place in the tight pack. A trio was fast emerging with David Schumacher (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Isac Blomqvist (Tony Kart / Vortex) in the wake of the leader. Three more drivers were fighting for 4th place: Tom Joyner (Zanardi / Parilla), Pedro Hiltbrand (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Basz, followed by Caio Collet (Birel ART / TM). Schumacher gave up midrace, apparently suffering from a mechanical problem. Sami Taoufik (FA Kart / Vortex) went up to 12th in front of Noah Milell (Kosmic / Vortex) and Adam Eteki (Zanardi / Parilla). Hiltbrand managed to overtake Blomqvist for 2nd place, soon imitated by Basz, 3rd. Untouchable, Novalak won with the fastest lap and almost 4'' ahead of Basz and Hiltbrand, with Blomqvist 4th, Joyner 5th, and Collet 6th. Taoufik qualified for 11th and Eteki 14th.




David Vidales (Tony Kart / Vortex) kept the orders from Prefinal B, followed closely by Ulysse De Pauw (Kosmic / Parilla) but Lorenzo Travisanutto (Zanardi / Parilla) and Dennis Hauger (CRG / Parilla) came off at the bottom of the circuit. Muizzidin Bin Abdul Gafar (DR / Parilla) gave in to the attacks of Juho Valtanen (Kosmic / Vortex) and Gianluca Petecof (Tony Kart / Vortex) and then to Theo Pourchaire (Kosmic / Vortex). Petecof fell to 14th by missing his line at the chicane on lap 10. Vidales had a good gap over De Pauw, who was caught and surpassed by Pourchaire two laps from the finish. Vidales won 3.5 '' ahead of Pourchaire (+7pl), De Pauw 3rd, Valtanen 4th and Abdul Gafar 5th. Although fast, Théo Nouet (Energy / Parilla) finished 19th.

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It is pure speed what the drivers of the WSK Super Master Series have to cope with if they want to succeed in the competition. They are taking part in the third out of four round of the season; the race is hosted by the facility set in Muro Leccese (I) this weekend. In the previous appointments drivers had to stick to their wet driving skills to make the grade, but the weather in southern Italy, near Otranto on the Adriatic sea, is totally different in these days. Temperature reached 20 degrees, but this new climatic condition did not affect the competitiveness of the 213 drivers of the four categories: KZ2, OK, OK Junior and 60 Mini. After today's Heats, the starting grids of tomorrow's Prefinals are ready. WSK Promotion, as usual, will provide full media coverage of the races thanks to the live streaming on (broadcast will start at 11.00am).

Hajek challenges all in KZ2.
The Czeck Patrik Hajek (Kosmic-Vortex-Bridgestone) wants to become the man to beat in KZ2: he finished the series of Heats in top position thanks to two victories. The driver from Prague will have the Italian Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart-Vortex) next to him in the front row of the Prefinal A starting grid. It will be a grid full of big names, given that the second row will be occupied by the English Ben Hanley (Croc-TM) the Dutch Bas Lammers (Sodi-TM), the current leader of the category. He placed second in the qualifying stage scoring a victory: the Dutch Jorrit Pex (CRG-TM) will be the pole-sitter of the Prefinal B, with the French Jeremy Iglesias (Formula K-TM) in second position. Big names on this grid too, with the slots of the second rows filled by the Italian Lorenzo Camplese (Parolin-TM) and the French Anthony Abbasse (Sodi-TM).

Edgar the surprise in OKJ.
Johnny Edgar (Exprit-TM-Vega) was the most consistent in an OK Junior full of surprises. For the English, a success was more than enough to gain the pole in the Prefinal A. Second slot of the grid for the Dutch Kas Haverkort (CRG-Parilla). Unexpected results also for the second row, which will be occupied by the English Zak O'Sullivan (FA Kart-Vortex) and the Brazilian Gabriel Bortoleto (CRG-Parilla). The English Harry Thompson, winner in two Heats but only eighth in the third, is the pole-sitter of the Prefinal B, with the Swedish Dino Beganovic (Tony Kart-Vortex) in second position. Excellent second row with the Estonian Paul Aron (Tony Kart-Vortex) and the Italian Leonardo Marseglia (Zanardi-Parilla).

Novalak back on top in OK.
In the OK, the British Clement Novalak (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega) struck immediately back after the third position scored yesterday. He won two of today's six heats and gained the head of the qualifying standings. He will start from the first slot of the grid of the Prefinal A, but the Polish Karol Basz (Kosmic-Vortex), second, is eager to give him a hard time. The Brit will also need to watch his back carefully, given that the second row is occupied by two strong drivers such as the German David Schumacher and the Spanish Pedro Hiltbrand (both on Tony Kart-Vortex), ready to take over the leadership of the race. The Spanish David Vidales (Tony Kart-Vortex), second behind Novalak, won a heat and will start from the pole position of the Prefinal B. Next to him the Italian Lorenzo Travisanutto (Zanardi-Parilla), another frontrunner. Behind them, in second row, the Belgian Ulysse De Pauw (Kosmic-Parilla) and the Malaysian Bin Abdul Muizzuddin (DR-Parilla).

Minì leads in 60 Mini.
It was not easy to beat Gabriele Minì (Parolin-TM) today. He won three times and placed second in another heat and tomorrow, of course, he will be the pole-sitter of the Prefinal A in 60 Mini. The Italian will have the Brazilain Rafael Camara (BirelArt-TM) next to him, while the second row will be occupied by the Chinese Cenyu Han (Energy-TM) and Nikhil Bohra (CRG-TM) from Singapore. The current leader of the category, Andrea Antonelli (Tony Kart-Vortex), will start from the pole position of the Prefinal A thanks to his two victories. Second slot for the Russian Nikita Bedrin (Tony Kart-TM). Behind them the American Ugo Ugochukwu (Energy-Iame) and the Italian Federico Albanese (Righetti-Ridolfi-TM).



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Les jeunes pilotes du Championnat de France Junior Karting se sont retrouvés ce samedi 18 mars  2017 sur le Circuit International du Mans pour les deux manches qualificatives. Pierre-Louis Chovet, Reshad de Gerus et William Bertrand ont su se démarquer à l’issue de ces deux manches.



Les essais qualificatifs et les deux manches qualificatives de la journée se sont déroulés sans embûches et surtout sans la pluie pour le plus grand bonheur des jeunes pilotes du Championnat de France Junior Karting. À l’issue de ces deux manches de 8 tours chacune, lesquelles ont été précédées à chaque fois du tirage au sort des moteurs afin de garantir l’équité sportive, le classement intermédiaire semble confirmer l’émergence d’une certaine hiérarchie ; d’autant plus que celui-ci conditionne la grille de la Pré-Finale demain, dimanche 19 mars.
Pierre-Louis Chovet, comme il l’avait démontré hier déjà, a confirmé ses belles performances puisqu’il a su répondre à Reshad de Gerus et William Bertrand avec le meilleur temps de la Manche 1. Ces trois pilotes ont su offrir une belle bataille sur la piste en alignant chacun leur tour les meilleurs temps en piste. Pierre-Louis Chovet prend ainsi la première place devant Reshad de Gerus et William Bertrand au classement général provisoire.
Victor Bernier n’a cependant pas à pâlir face au trio de tête puisqu’il a su signer plusieurs meilleurs temps au cours des deux manches et se classe quatrième. Sami Meguetounif signe la belle remontée du jour pour se saisir de la 5e place. Juste derrière, Ugo Gazil et Andréas Hebert ont montré toute l’étendue de leur talent. Malgré une pénalité dans la première manche (spoiler), Isack Hadjar termine au 8e rang. Nolan Lemeray et Pierre-François Duriani ont tous deux fait preuve d’un talent certain au cours de la journée et complètent le Top 10.
Aux portes de celui-ci, on retrouve Alexis Garcin et Matteo Fel-Astorg qui auront encore l’occasion de remonter demain lors de la Pré-Finale. Romain Boeckler et Enzo Giraud réguliers tout au long de la journée, s’élanceront de la 13e et 14e position. Dylan Léger, en raison d’un défaut de maitrise lui coutant une pénalité, ne parvient pas à capitaliser sur ses bons essais et partira 15e.
Fidèles à eux-mêmes, Matéo Herrero et Ethan Bernard trustent les 16e et 17e rangs. Un accrochage dans la seconde manche coûte à Paul-Adrien Pallot une pénalité et lui vaut d’occuper ce soir la 18e place. Jarod Joseph, également sanctionné (spoiler), prend l’avant-dernière position. Auteur d’une erreur en première manche (sortie de couloir), alors qu’elle s’était placée en 2e position lors des essais qualificatifs, Doriane Pin a été plutôt malchanceuse, puisque victime d’un accrochage dans la deuxième.
À  l’issue de cette journée, le classement intermédiaire établi détermine l’ordre de départ pour la Pré-Finale qui aura lieu demain, dimanche 19 mars. Le résultat de celle-ci définira la grille de la Finale qui se déroulera dans la foulée et qui permettra de désigner le vainqueur du meeting.



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