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It was a suspenseful Final in KZ2 at Lonato, despite the start-to-finish domination of Jérémy Iglesias (Formula K / TM). The French driver saw his lead gradually reduce to the advantage of Fabian Federer (CRG / TM), who almost joined him at the halfway point. But the other contenders had also regrouped and pressed more and more urgently. Bas Lammers (Sodi / TM), improved, had moved up like a rocket from his 12th place on the grid. Rick Dreezen (Birel ART / Vortex) and Riccardo Longhi (Birel ART / TM) took charge first, then Anthony Abbasse (Sodi / TM) had to give up his 4th place to his Dutch team-mate. De Conto then outbraked Federer on the 18th of the 22 laps, then Lammers passed him on the next lap, Federer's resistance sending him off the track and losing five places.

 

Iglesias had regained a small margin, but De Conto returned to the charge in the final laps. The Formula K driver drew from his last reserves to maintain his advantage and crossed the finish line as a big winner 0.180'' ahead of De Conto, backed by Lammers. Longhi took a beautiful 4th place, and Abbasse finished 5th in front of Flavio Camponeschi (CRG / TM). With the fastest time, Patrick Hajek (Kosmic / Vortex) joined the top 10 ahead of Marco Ardigo (Tony Kart / Vortex). Felice Tiene (Birel ART / TM) moved up from 33rd to 14th position. Tom Leuillet (Sodi / TM) suffered an attack from Andrea Dale and had to give up.

 

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At Lonato, Alfio Spina (CRG / Vortex) won after an epic fight against Nikita Bedrin (Tony Kart / Vortex) by 10 thousandths of a second. The race was first led by Bray Kenneally (Energy / Vortex) before Bedrin took over. Then Spina led the way while Dmitry Ignatov (Energy / Vortex) took 3rd place ahead of Andrey Zhivnov (Energy / Vortex) and Igor Cepil (Tony Kart / Vortex), who started 17th. Despite all his efforts, Bedrin had to settle for 2nd place. Brando Badoer (Tony Kart / Vortex) had given up early in the race, but Enzo Trulli (Tony Kart / Vortex) finished 23rd after good progress over the weekend.

 

 

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The start of the OK Final has favoured the inner line to the detriment of Théo Pourchaire (Kosmic / Vortex) and Adam Eteki (Zanardi / Parilla). Pedro Hiltbrand (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Caio Collet (Birel ART / TM) crashe and gave up quickly. The solid leader Lorenzo Travisanutto (Zanardi / Parilla) was however threatened by Dennis Hauger (CRG / TM) who even passed him. The Italian fiercely defended, relegating the Norwegian to 4th position. Longtime 5th, and the holder of the fastest lap in the race, Eteki had to retire during a crash with David Vidales (Tony Kart / Vortex). Karol Basz (Kosmic / Vortex) was a possible contender for victory against Travisanutto, but Hauger managed to take 2nd place, while Pourchaire went back to 3rd place. Hauger did not find the opening in the last five laps and it was Travisnutto who won, with Pourchaire completing the podium. Fin Kenneally (Energy / Vortex) climbed from 16th to 10th place, Sami Taoufik (FA Kart / Vortex) did not finish the race, nor did Theo Nouet (Energy / Parilla) who was forced to retire after an incident. Hugo Arnaud (Zanardi / Parilla) gained 15 places to finish 19th.

 

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The OK-Junior Final of the 22nd Winter Cup took place in three stages. Andrea Rosso (Tony Kart / Vortex) first took the lead, followed by Harry Thompson (FA Kart / Vortex). Then Chris Lulham (Tony Kart / Parilla) gradually regained his peak performance by aligning fastest laps in mid-race. Returning to 2nd, he tried several attacks on Rosso who was retaliating.

 

The Italian defended his position as much as expected three laps before the finish, which allowed Thompson to return to the top two. Rosso and Lulham crashed and stayed at the side of the track while Thompson flew to victory by more than two seconds ahead of Colapinto. Leonardo Marseglia (Zanardi / Parilla) moved up to 3rd position ahead of Zane Maloney (FA Kart / Vortex) and Jonny Edgar (Exprit / TM). Luca Bosco (Tony Kart / Vortex) returned to the finish line to finish 11th, Hadrien David (Zanardi / Parilla) took advantage of a more effective machine to climb to 17th after a difficult start and Evann Mallet (CRG / Parilla) ultimately could have done better than 19th.

 

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This SH1 was a stunning race! Fabian Federer (CRG / TM) quickly took the lead while Anthony Abbasse (Sodi / TM) and Jérémy Iglesias (Formula K / TM) competed for 2nd place. Bas Lammers (Sodi / TM) was in 4th place at the front of a formidable group including Ben Hanley (Croc Promotions / TM) with four new tyres then Flavio Camponeschi (BirelART / TM) 6th and Alex Irlando (Sodi / TM) in 7th with the best lap then Matteo Zanchi (Tony Kart / TM). David Beaumann (Sodi / TM) finished 28th and Oliver Rasmussen (Kosmic / Vortex) 31st. Lammers and Irlando were among the drivers demoted by a penalty maintained despite claims of injustice and were dropped to 17th and 18th.

 

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Riccardo Longhi (Birel ART / TM) dominated SH2 from start to finish, while Paolo De Conto (CRG / TM) was in perfect control of Andrea Dalé (CRG / TM) for 2nd place. Knocked at the start of the race, Rick Dreezen (Birel ART / Vortex) returned to 4th in the wheeltracks of Dalé without being able to attack him. 5th for Marco Ardigo (Tony Kart / Vortex), followed by the amazing Tom Leuillet (Sodi / TM) and Douglas Lundberg (Sodi / TM). Lundberg was penalised with a penalty which sent him back to 23rd.

Iglesias remains on pole for the start of the Final alongside Longhi, Federer and Dreezen on the second row, then Abbasse and Camponeschi, Dalé and De Conto, Ardigo and Leuillet on the 5th line.

 

 

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