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Pilot > Max Defourny

After his very convincing performances at the beginning of the year, Max Defourny arrived in excellent shape at Alcaniz, for the first of the two 2013 European KF-Junior Championship rounds. In timed qualifying, his Kosmic kart powered by a TM engine prepared by Fred Dettings, GKS engine mechanic, enabled him to get very close to the top with a 7th time. Qualifying heats confirmed his potential: Max made no mistakes and concluded with an excellent result, a 6th place, which enabled him to start his pre-final in third position.

 

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Max, who is always very competitive, moved to the attack to take second place, but was bumped into by another driver; he lost a few places but also his victory chances because of his damaged stirring system. After his promising results, this negative turn of events was very disappointing: Max crossed the finish line 23rd, and did not qualify for the final race. On the one hand, the mechanism adopted by these competitions is very cruel and, on the other hand, the KF-Junior class would deserve closer attention and sanctions to eliminate bad behaviour on track.

 

But despite these difficulties, Max will certainly keep giving the best of him and will fight to conquer the victory he definitely deserves, considering the progress he has shown.


Official Website: www.max-69.com

 

 

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International > FFSA Karting

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Suite à l’annulation du meeting d’Ostricourt qui devait se dérouler en mai dernier, la FFSA a décidé de confier l’organisation de la troisième et dernière manche du Championnat de France KFJ 2013 à l’ASK Lyon Kart Master Club. Intégrée au ‘IAME International Final, Mémorial Bruno Grana’, la manifestation se déroulera à Saint-Laurent-de-Mûre, aux portes de la ville de Lyon, les 19 et 20 octobre prochains.

 

 

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Evenement National > Rotax

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Du 27 au 29 septembre 2013, sur le nouveau circuit karting du Mans, toutes les catégories équipées de moteur Rotax seront réunies pour 3 jours de compétition non-stop. Pour cette première grande course sur le nouveau tracé manceau, les pilotes des catégories Minikart et Cadet pourront se joindre aux pilotes des catégories Rotax Max (+ master), Rotax DD2 (+ master) et Nationale (+ senior), habituées aux joutes de la Finale du Challenge Rotax.

 

Pour la seconde année consécutive, la MINICUP Rotax viendra récompenser les meilleurs pilotes des catégories Minikart et Cadet ! De nombreux lots et dotations seront à pourvoir lors de ce week-end d’exception.

 

Les inscriptions seront ouvertes

  • à partir du 25 juin 2013 pour les catégories Minikart et Cadet

  • à partir du 28 août pour les catégories Rotax Max (+ master), Rotax DD2 (+ master) et Nationale (+ senior)

Les règlements sont disponibles sur le site du Challenge Rotax www.challengerotaxfrance.com ou en cliquant sur le lien suivant : Règlement Minikart et Cadet

 

 

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International > CIK-FIA

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The confrontation looks close between two drivers who have shared the starring role in the class for several months. The leader of the standings with 25 points, Riccardo Negro (DR-TM-B'stone), here with a German license, will meet his most faithful and toughest opponent on the track, the Italian Marco Zanchetta (Maranello-TM-B'stone) who is on 20 points. More consistent and confident, Riccardo isn't lacking the attributes to resist Marco's challenge, who is often faster and used to making beautiful comebacks. The outcome is very uncertain before the start of hostilities. The Swede Joel Johansson (Energy-TM-B'stone), who can also hope for victory, will undoubtedly have a say in the final battle, while the places of honour will motivate following competitors such as the Norwegian Emil Antonsen (DR-TM-B'stone), the German Dominik Schmidt (CRG-TM-B'stone) or the Swede Douglas Lundberg (Maranello-TM-B'stone).

 

 

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Pilota > Dorian Boccolacci

Anche se sperava di fare meglio di un 6° posto nel primo appuntamento del Campionato europeo KF disputato in Spagna, Dorian Boccolacci è ancora in corsa per il titolo. La cosa certa è che si preparerà attivamente per il secondo e decisivo appuntamento in Italia tra poche settimane, con l'obiettivo di prendersi la rivincita.

 

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Le particolari condizioni della gara di Alcañiz, un circuito veloce, molto ampio e con tanti saliscendi, avrebbero sicuramente richiesto una maggiore preparazione affinché Dorian potesse imporsi. A questo proposito le performance registrate durante i primi giri hanno dimostrato che al suo mezzo mancavano parecchi decimi di secondo rispetto ai più veloci. Il team ha lavorato duro per recuperare il tempo perso e l'Energy/TM del giovane francese ha ritrovato la potenza per le manche di qualificazione.

 

Per il resto la gara è la gara e lo svolgimento della finale non gli è stato per nulla favorevole. Anche se non è incorso in particolari incidenti, Dorian è stato frenato da una partenza caotica, poi dalle continue bagarre nel gruppo che gli hanno impedito di raggiungere i piloti di testa. Per fortuna è riuscito a sfuggire ai numerosi contatti che si sono verificati durante il meeting e a dimostrare un buon livello di performance durante le fasi finali.


 

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Sito ufficiale: www.dorianboccolacci.com

 

 

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