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The functions of Secretary Executive of the CIK-FIA, the administrative headquarters of which are based in Geneva (Switzerland), have changed hands. After 12 years at the service of the CIK, Vincent Caro is assigned new duties within the FIA and hands over his Karting responsibilities to Olivier Stéveny.

 

Belgian just like his predecessor, Olivier Stéveny has good knowledge of Karting because since 2002 he has officiated as an International Steward in many CIK-FIA Championships and in a large number of Belgian and international events. He took up his new post at the CIK-FIA on Thursday 12 April.

 

As for Vincent Caro, he is entrusted with the management of three sporting sections at the FIA, namely the Historic Motor Sport, Hill-Climb and Off-Road departments.

 

 

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International > WSK Euro Series

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The KF3s have completed their qualifying heats in the WSK Euro Series at Sarno. The Spaniard Alex Palou (CRG / BMB), with two wins holds the undisputed first place in the standings though not that far in front of his pursuers. The Russian Nikita Sitnikov (Tony Kart / BMB) is second with great consistency from Callum Ilott (Zanardi / Parilla), who also had two victories, while Dorian Boccolacci (Intrepid / TM) took fourth ahead of Connor Jupp (Energy / Vortex).


Valentin Naud (Formula K / Vortex) picked up the pace all day to finish with a great victory putting him in sixth ahead of Lance Stroll, Daniel Ticktum (Zanardi / Parilla) and George Russell (Intrepid / Vortex).

 

 

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There are 3 races to go on Sunday morning for the 75 competitors in KF2 at Sarno. On Saturday night, Max Verstappen (Intrepid / TM) is the favorite after a faultless day with four successive victories. Behind him, his rivals were hampered at one time or another. Thanks to the unofficial Kartcom clipboard the order can easily be publicised.


The Russian Kyrill Korolevskiy (Tony Kart / BMB) is on the second row in front of the Pole Karol Basz (Birel / BMB), Damiano Fioravanti (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Charles Leclerc (ART GP / Parilla). Karol Dabski drove his Praga / Parilla to sixth thanks to a great victory. Tom Joyner (LH / BMB) is one to watch in eighth position with 2 wins. Luke Varley (CRG / BMB), fifth in his first heat, threw in the towel because of a virus that was wearing him down since the morning.

 

 

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The grid for the northern-dominated final 1 in KZ1 with three Dutch and two Belgians in the top five places. The track dried gradually, but everyone expected rain. Taking advantage of the front row Rick Dreezen (Tony Kart / Vortex) led the first lap ahead of Marco Ardigo (Tony Kart / Vortex), who made a very good start. Starting from pole, Bas Lammers (Praga / Parilla) had damage in the bottom end of the circuit and was only sixth. Joey Hanssen (Lenzo / TM) was in third ahead of Jonathan Thonon (CRG / Maxter) and Beitske Visser (Intrepid / TM). Anthony Abbasse (Sodi / Maxter) moved rapidly from 17th to 10th. Thonon attacked Hanssen for 3rd place.


Dreezen was constantly improving his fastest time and increased his lead while Thonon was slowly gaining on Ardigo, as was Visser on Hanssen. De Brabander got no further than the fifth lap. Abbasse came back in contact with Zdenek Groman (Kosmic / Vortex) in eighth. Thonon no longer seemed to be getting closer to Ardigo. Ben Hanley (ART GP / TM) threatened Lammers for 6th, and Abbasse pushed Groman.


With two laps to go, Hanley struggled against Groman, and Abbasse took the opportunity to pass them both. Then Lammers was in trouble on the last lap. It was a clear victory for Rick Dreezen in front of Marco Ardigo by 4.2'', a double for Tony Kart, and then Thonon behind by 3.6''. Hanssen was fourth, Abbasse 5th and Visser 6th.

 

 

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It was a clean start on wet tyres for final 1 in KZ2 on Saturday, but Alexandre Arrue (Righetti / TM) pushed too hard and ultimately ended up dropping from second to 14th. Simas Juodvirsis (Energy / TM) retained his pole position, and the fastest time went to Philipp Orcic (CRG / TM) ahead of Marco Zanchetta (Energy / TM), Martin Doubek (Praga / TM) and Dylan Davies (PCR / TM). Jordon Lennox-Lamb (CRG / Maxter) fell to seventh on the second lap.


Given the still very slippery track conditions, despite the clear sky, the gaps widened rapidly. Arrue was 10th before dropping back to 20th. Morgan Weber (Merlin / TM) also lost some time early in the race, but recovered gradually. Halfway through, Juodvorsis still had more than an 8'' lead over Zanchetta took 2nd when Orcic retired. Davies then climbed to third spot by overtaking Doubek.


Juodvirsis unsurprisingly won the day's final, 14 seconds ahead of Zanchetta, followed by 6.3 sec by Davies.

 

 

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