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Evenement National > FFSA Karting

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Pour son baptême du feu, le circuit de Lavilledieu et le club ardéchois du même nom ont réussi un coup de maître. Placé sous le signe de la coupe de marque X30 chère à l'usine italienne IAME, ce tout premier Championnat de France FFSA fut une grande réussite à tous les niveaux: piste baignée de soleil, organisation sérieuse et efficace, grande sportivité en piste et luttes incertaines pour les deux titres. Au final, le jeune et prometteur Yann Bouvier (X30 Senior) s'est imposé malgré une adversité très expérimentée, tandis que Gérard Cavalloni (X30 Master) accède enfin à sa première couronne nationale. En Rhône-Alpes, ces deux pilotes ont fêté leur premier titre en présence de l'enfant du pays Jean-Marc Gounon (pilote de Formule 1 dans les années 90) et de son fils Jules, actuel pilote en GT. Le programme du meeting a été complété par trois autres catégories du Challenge X30, qui disputaient leur finale nationale.

 

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Importanti vittorie al Campionato Europeo CIK-FIA di Portimao (P) di Joyner (GB - Zanardi-Parilla OK) e Martins (F - Kosmic-Parilla OKJ), con Handsaeme (B - Exprit-Vortex) al successo in Academy Trophy. Tutti i dettagli del weekend portoghese su Motors TV la prossima settimana.

 

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La giornata delle Finali di Portimao dà una nuova impronta alle volate verso i titoli continentali: la penultima tappa del Campionato Europeo CIK-FIA, conclusasi oggi al Kartodromo Internacional do Algarve, ha movimentato ancora le classifiche, che saranno decise l'ultimo weekend di luglio sul circuito belga di Genk. L'esito finale resta tutto da giocare in ogni categoria. La OK, in particolare, oggi ha dato spettacolo con nuovi candidati alla vittoria finale. In attesa della conclusione del Campionato, i momenti salienti del weekend portoghese saranno protagonisti del nuovo servizio speciale di Motors TV, nella programmazione che avrà inizio la prossima settimana.

 

Weekend al top per Joyner in OK.
Nella giornata conclusiva di Portimao Tom Joyner (Zanardi-Parilla-Vega) ha centrato ogni obiettivo a suo favore, conducendo in modo impeccabile la Finale OK (qui sopra, la partenza). L'inglese ha tenuto testa da campione a un altro pilota di gran classe come il suo connazionale Ben Hanley (Croc-TM). Quest'ultimo, anche lui oggi estremamente veloce, è sempre rimasto alle spalle di Joyner, senza poter attaccare la leadership dell'avversario. Stamattina il pronostico favoriva l'ottima spagnola Marta Garcia (EvoKart-Parilla), meritatamente in pole position nella Prefinale e, al termine della Finale, autrice di un positivo quarto posto. Ma Joyner ha ribaltato le attese, vincendo la Finale e salendo anche in vetta alla classifica di Campionato, scavalcando il polacco Karol Basz (Kosmic-Vortex). Sul podio della Finale (nella foto in apertura) il terzo posto è infine andato all'altrettanto brillante pilota spagnolo Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG-Parilla). 

 

Martins fa centro in OK Junior.
Ha salutato il gruppo si è allontanato in testa il francese Victor Martins (Kosmic Parilla-Vega), che nella Finale OK Junior (nella foto sopra, il podio) non ha avuto avversari, vincendo dopo essere inizialmente scattato davanti al norvegese Dennis Hauger (CRG-Parilla) e al marocchino Sami Taoufik (FA Kart-Vortex). I giri conclusivi sono poi stati favorevoli alla rimonta del brasiliano Caio Collet (BirelArt-Parilla), che ha concluso al secondo posto un weekend iniziato tra molte difficoltà. Il terzo posto, all'ultimo giro, lo ha infine strappato il sorprendente malese Abdul Muizzuddin (DR-TM). In testa alla classifica di Campionato resta il danese Noah Watt (Tony Kart-Vortex).

 

Handsaeme si conferma in Academy Trophy.
Il belga Xavier Handsaeme, sempre al top a Portimao nel CIK-FIA Academy Trophy, si è confermato vincendo la Finale dopo il sorpasso sul lituano Kasparas Vaskelis. Peccato per quest'ultimo, che negli ultimi giri ha dovuto cedere anche il secondo posto al rimontante inglese Callum Bradshaw, il quale resta così in testa alla classifica del Trofeo (tutti, nella foto sopra durante la premiazione, su Exprit-Vortex-Vega).

 

 

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International > CIK-FIA

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The location in southern Portugal at the edge of the ocean and the summer climate of this beautiful end of June brought a pleasant holiday atmosphere to the Competition at Portimao. For the 152 drivers present, the visit to Portugal, however, was not easy. After intense racing full of twists in hot weather, new names were added to the list of the winners of the 2016 season, while the fight for the title was revitalised. Although Portimao was a turning point in the season, it opened up the CIK-FIA European Championship, the CIK-FIA European Junior Championship and CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy before their conclusion.

 

Both fast and technical, Portimao resulted in fierce struggles, punctuated by a few crashes or exits from the track, usually harmless. The presence of the removable front fairing fasteners nevertheless dampened down the excessive heat and few penalties were ultimately applied in this area. The rankings evolved over the three days of the official Competition and the winners were not necessarily those favoured by the tipsters before the start. Under continuous sunshine, the heat was fortunately tempered by a much appreciated moderate breeze and everyone was able to enjoy the show from the large terraces.

 

Handsaeme's victory in the Academy Trophy delays Bradshaw's crowning
Most of the 47 Academicians present at the Portimao Race were new to such hot conditions. The Belgian Xavier Handsaeme was at the front as soon Qualifying Practice started and he continued his momentum in the Qualifying Heats. But the return of the Briton Callum Bradshaw was confirmed with his victory in the Prefinal, with the Spaniard Rubén Saura Sabater taking 3rd place behind Handsaeme. Kasparas Vaskelis (LTU) sprang ahead in the Final while Bradshaw was relegated to 7th and Handsaeme returned to the lead from 4th position. The suspense was reinforced by the announcement of an investigation concerning the Belgian's start. The leader before halfway, Handsaeme simultaneously risked a penalty of three seconds, while being wary of the return of Bradshaw. He was in a brilliant 2nd position with three laps to go, but Handsaeme continued to widen the gap to cross the finish line 3.2 seconds ahead. He therefore maintained his victory despite the penalty, so Bradshaw climbed on the second step of the podium and Vaskelis on the third. Although Bradshaw remains well ahead in the standings, the Trophy is not yet fully his. Handsaeme is now neck and neck at the front with Hansen, Clarke and Nilsson, all launched in pursuit of the leader. The CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy will be decided at after the third Competition on the calendar in early September in Sweden.

 

Joyner the winner and new leader in OK
The CIK-FIA European Championship made a huge rebound thanks to the victory of Tom Joyner (Zanardi / Parilla / Vega). Always among the fastest since the first Competition at Zuera, Joyner hadn't yet won. While Marta Garcia Lopez (Evokart / Parilla / Vega) had dominated Qualifying Practice and the Qualifying Heats, the young Spanish driver experienced a decrease of pace early in the Prefinal. Ben Hanley (Croc Promotions / TM Racing / Vega), now recovered from his sore ribs, took the opportunity to finish in front of Joyner and Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG / Parilla / Vega). Hiltbrand was in the lead at the start of the Final, but both of the Britons passed him and Garcia Lopez came back to 4th position. Karol Basz (Kosmic / Vortex / Vega) lost a lot of time on the first lap and could finish no better than 11th. Joyner took the lead in the provisional standings from the Pole, and Logan Sargeant (FA Kart / Vortex / Vega) was back down to 5th place after several problems during this Competition.

 

OK-Junior: Martins wins, but Watt remains in control

Dominating on Saturday ahead of Oscar Piastri (FA Kart / Vortex / Vega) and Gillian Henrion (Kosmic / Vortex / Vega), Finlay Kenneally (FA Kart / Vortex / Vega) yielded victory to Victor Martins (Kosmic / Parilla / Vega) and Piastri in the Prefinals on Sunday morning. The young French rookie escaped from the start of the Final to give a great new victory to his team, already winner at Portimao last year, with more than seven seconds ahead and the fastest race lap. Kiern Jewiss (Exprit / Vortex / Vega) first led the chase, quickly replaced by Dennis Hauger (CRG / Parilla / Vega), but finally Caio Jotta Collet (Birel ART / Parilla / Vega) recovered 2nd place in a fierce struggle. Bin Abdul Gafar Mizzuddin Musyaffa (DR / TM Racing / Vega) was on the 3rd step of the podium in front of Hauger, Sami Taoufik (FA Kart / Vortex / Vega) finished 5th and Noah Watt (Tony Kart / Vortex / Vega) was 7th behind Hampus Eriksson ( Tony Kart / Vortex / Vega).

 

Collet and Blomqvist are now close to Watt in the Championship with Kenneally and Hauger completing the provisional top five.

 

The OK and OK-Junior Categories conclude their European titles in the company of KZ and KZ2 at Genk (BEL) at the end of July.


 

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Evenement National > France

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La dernière course de la finale nationale X30 Junior est partie à 100 à l'heure, avec plusieurs jeunes pilotes groupés aux avant-postes. Loïc Berto (Praga) a pris la direction des opérations au départ, puis Enzo Lehmann (Praga) l'a relayée en tête.


Au plus fort de la bagarre, Alessandro Ghiretti (Exprit) choisissait les bonnes options et après quelques beaux dépassements, il se portait à la première place. Derrière lui, l'explication entre ses rivaux continuait, permettant à Ghiretti de filer vers la victoire.


Julian Kuwabara-Wagg (Sodi) se retrouvait quelques tours en deuxième position, avant que Lehmann ne lui reprenne cette position convoitée. Loïc Berto sentait que le podium était à sa portée, mais Kuwabara-Wagg réagissait et sauvait le top-3.


Hugo Juvin (Tony Kart) profitait de ce duel pour se faufiler de justesse en 4e position devant Berto, le Réunionnais Reshad De Gerus (Tony Kart) et Hugo Roch (Tony Kart), qui espérait mieux après de bonnes qualifications.

 

 

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Déjà vainqueur de la préfinale, Willy Runget (Exprit) a poursuivi sur sa lancée dans la course décisive et a inscrit son nom au palmarès de la première Finale Nationale X30 Vétérans (plus de 45 ans). Pierre Allemand (Oberon) a tout donné, mais n'a pas été en mesure de porter une attaque sur le leader.
Il faut dire que Lallemand a également dû contrôler un duo qui évoluait dans son sillage et composé de Yannick Le Moing (Kosmic) et Rodolphe Jacomelli (Tony Kart). Celui-ci échoue de peu au pied du podium. Akim Ait-Ouaret (Tony Kart) a terminé isolé en 5e position devant Patrick Rambaud (Exprit), Jean-Yves Pastor (Tony Kart) et Mathieu Monier (Energy).

 

 

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