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27/07/14 - 09:48

Heats over in Kristianstad

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#23 – July 26th, 2014

 

All ready for the final sprint towards the titles.
The preliminary phase, the one leading to the Prefinals, is over. The Swedish facility of  Kristianstad, tomorrow, will host the final phase of the CIK-FIA European Championship for the KZ, KZ2 and KF Junior categories. On the 1,231 metres of the Asum Ring, today's heats decided the starting grids of tomorrow's races. But today's ranking also awarded the first points available for each category, in this third and last weekend of the european season for the drivers of the KZ and KZ2. They will be the protagonists of tomorrow's challenges which will award the European titles of the two categories. For the KFJ there is still the fourth and last round, on schedule in Brandon (GB) on 31st August. In both cases, the temperature of the duels is getting hot in Kristianstad before tomorrow's heated final.

Thonon attacks in KZ.
Jonathan Thonon (Praga-Parilla-Bridgestone) was the best in KZ. The Belgian dominated winning two of the three heats he took part in. The driver from Waterloo took the lead peremptorily in the two races he won. However, in the third heat things got trickier for him when the Italian Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart-Vortex-Bridgestone) took the lead of the race and kept it until the end, after a battle against five opponents. Winning the Prefinal and the Final won't be a piece of cake tomorrow, given that behind Ardigò the Dutch Bas Lammers (FK-Parilla-Bridgestone), the Czech Patrik Hajek (Praga-Parilla-Bridgestone) and the English Jordon Lennox-Lamb (CRG-Maxter) all placed ahead of Thonon.  The latter, thanks to the 10 points he scored at the end of the heats, got closer to the current leader, the Belgian Rick Dreezen (Zanardi-Parilla), who dropped back to 6th place in this phase of the round. Dreezen scored only 5 points, which may be very important for the forthcoming final. With Thonon in pole position, Hajek by his side, Lammers and Lennox-Lamb in second row, the Prefinal is going to be a thrilling one, with Ardigò ready to join the race to the title.

Great duel in KZ2 with Siebecke.
The German Maik Siebecke (CRG-Modena-Bridgestone), with the Swedish Douglas Lundberg (Alpha-Parilla-Bridgestone) in close pursuit, aims at at the leadership of the Lithuanian Simas Juodvirsis (Energy-Maxter-Bridgestone). Siebecke and Lundberg won three heats each, while the Spanish Jorge Pescador (Praga-Parilla-Bridgestone), the Dutch Marijn Kremers (Birel-TM-Bridgestone), the Italian Felice Tiene (CRG-Maxter-Bridgestone) and Juodvirsis himself won once. So, Siebecke is the pole-sitter and Lundberg is by his side in the Prefinal. The two leaders of the championship are ready to counterattack: Juodvirsis and the Italian Andrea Dalè (CRG-Maxter-Bridgestone) will start from the second row, in a race which is going to be the most uncertain of all.

Correa still in the lead in KFJ.
The American Juan Correa (Energy-TM-Vega) remains the favourite in Kristianstad, after the five wins achieved in today's heats. The English Daniel Ticktum (Zanardi-Parilla-Vega), thanks to his three wins, is the only driver who managed to keep up with the American. Behind him the Dutch Bad Verkroost (FA Kart-TM-Vega) and the German Mick Junior (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega), winners twice each. One victory each for the British Martin Ross (Tony Kart-TM-Vega), the German David Beckmann (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega) and the Italian Lorenzo Travisanutto (PCR-TM-Vega). The current leader of the Championship, the English Enaam Ahmed (FA Kart-Vortex), did not win any heat and only scored a 13th place. He will start from the 7th row of the Prefinal. Correa will be the pole-sitter, with Ticktum by his side. Second row for Verkroost and Ross.

The final sprint live in streaming.
With such uncertain races, there are great expectations for Sunday's Prefinals and Finals. Fans will be able to watch the event from the drivers' parade at 10:15 until the last podium on www.cikfia.tv and www.cikfiachampionship.com. On Rai Sport 2, on Wednesday 30th at 18:00, the delayed broadcast of the Finals. The special TV report is scheduled for next Friday 1st August, always on the same channel.

 

 

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International > CIK-FIA European Championship

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Juan Correa (Energy / TM) had no peers in the qualifying heats of the European KF-Junior Championship at Kristianstad. With five victories in five races, he was the master. Behind him, Daniel Ticktum (Zanardi / Parilla) took three wins. The last two heats significantly changed the order from 3rd place onwards. Mick Junior (Tony Kart / Vortex) is 5th after a collision and Brad Verkroost (FA Kart / TM) has retrieved 3rd position in front of Ross Martin (Tony Kart / TM). Benjamin Lessennes (Kosmic / Parilla) is 6th, David Beckmann (Tony Kart / Parilla) 7th. There was a good comeback for Julia Pankiewicz  (Tony Kart / LKE) in 15th, Devlin DeFrancesco (Tony Kart / Vortex) 18th just ahead of Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart / Parilla) and Sophia Floersch (FA Kart / Vortex). Giuliano Alesi (Tony Kart / Parilla) qualified in 25th position.

 

 

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It was close during the qualifying heat battles of the European KZ2 Championship at Kristianstad. Two drivers have moved ahead of the field with three wins each - Maik Siebecke (CRG / Modena) and Douglas Lundberg (Alpha / Parilla). The German has taken first position by just a point ahead of the Swede, slightly delayed by a technical problem in the last race. The title race is between the leader of the standings Simas Juodvirsis (Energy / Maxter), 14th in qualifying, but he has moved up to third position, and second Andrea Dalè (CRG / Maxter) 4th Saturday evening. The polesitter Felice Tiene (CRG / Maxter) is in fifth position ahead of Marijn Kremers (Birel / TM), Fabian Federer (CRG / Maxter) in 7th and Ricardo Romkema (Energy / TM) 8th, recovered well from his 20th in qualifying.


Jan Midrla (Birel / TM) is ninth ahead of Joel Johansson (Righetti / Parilla) and Andreas Hansen (Tony Kart / Vortex) in 20th. As for the French, they will all go through the repechage with Charly Bizalion (Alpha / TM) 35th, Antoine Bottiroli (GP / TM) 43rd, Thomas Maingre (Alpha / TM) 45th and Louis Bonsaudo (Alpha / Maxter) 46th.

 

 

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Evenement National > Championnat de France

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C'était serré en Minime entre Milane Pételet - 56''588 - et Sophie Perrin, séparés par seulement 4 centièmes. 3e, Gillian Henrion pointe à 0,179'', suivi de près par Hadrien David. Hugo Juvin termine 5e à 3 dixièmes de la pole.

 

Théo Pourchaire s'est assez nettement imposé en Cadet en réalisant un tour en 56''211, à 0,156'' devant Adam Eteki. Avier Dias, Thibaut Clément et Timothy Peisselon.

 

C'est Nicolas Picot (Sodi) qui s'est imposé en Nationale 150 - 52''967 - de peu devant Olivier Georges (Tony Kart) et Juien Andlauer (OK1). 6 pilotes pointaient dans le même dixième : Antoine Perceval (Tony Kart) 4e, Adrien Renaudin (Sodi) 5e et Harald Creton (Tony Kart) 6e.

 

 

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International > CIK-FIA European Championship

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Patrik Hajek (Praga / Parilla) made a great start ahead of Bas Lammers (Formula K / Parilla), Jorrit Pex (CRG / TM), and Marco Ardigo (Tony Kart / Vortex). In 5th on the 1st lap, Jonathan Thonon (Praga / Parilla) overtook first Ardigo then Pex who dropped to 7th in the manoeuvre. Ardigo took the opportunity to return to third while Lammers took the lead. Ardigo was the fastest on the track at that point. He attacked Hajek and closed on Lammers. Paolo De Conto (Birel / TM) and Pex retired. Ardigo found the opening on Lammers on lap 9. Jordon Lennox-Lamb (CRG / Maxter) set the fastest lap for the third consecutive time, and overtook Thonon to gain 4th place, while Ardigo won the race ahead of Lammers and Hajek.


In the intermediate classification, Thonon keeps the lead ahead of Hajek and Lammers, Lennox-Lamb is 4th, Davide Fore (CRG / Maxter) 5th, Rick Dreezen (Zanardi / Parilla) 6th, Pex 7th and Ben Hanley (ART GP / TM) 8th. 

 

 

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