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Evenement National > FFSA Karting

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Le secret avait été bien gardé ! C'est le complexe francilien du RKC qui recervra la finale du Défi Kart Jeunes 2010, la formule de séduction et de détection de la FFSA qui est passée par Le Mans, Angoulême, le Mondial de l'Auto à Paris et Lyon pour sélectionner ses finalistes. Il est plus que probable que le silence des Sodi Volt parrainés par EDF ne soit particulièrement apprécié du côté de Cormeilles en Vexin...

 

En tout cas la succession de Valentin Hasse-Clot et Cécilia Asquini, une pilote aussi électrique que son kart, sera ouverte ce vendredi 29 octobre pour les 12-15 ans d'une part et les 16-22 ans d'autre part. Les infos sont à retrouver sur www.kartjeunes.com

 

 

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Team > CRG

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Vincere la Monaco Kart Cup rappresenta sempre più di una semplice vittoria. La cornice prestigiosa, il pubblico numeroso, il palmares di tutto rispetto, l'evidente riferimento alla F1, il circuito decisamente difficile e la concorrenza esacerbata sono tutti elementi che rendono la prova monegasca un evento a sé stante. E come se tutto ciò non bastasse, la pioggia ha disturbato le fasi finali dell'edizione 2010.

Le condizioni avverse però non hanno impedito a Norman Nato d'imporsi brillantemente con il suo CRG/Maxter nella KZ2. "Quest'anno non mi sono allenato per niente con il kart perché l'ho dedicato all'automobilismo", ha spiegato il pilota della Costa Azzurra. "Tuttavia non è stato difficile trovare l'assetto sul mio CRG grazie anche ai preziosi consigli di Arnaud Kozlinski..."

Già 4° dopo le prove cronometrate, Nato alza i toni nelle manche di qualificazione con due vittorie e altrettanti giri più veloci in gara. Secondo alla partenza della finale dopo una prefinale troncata da un violento rovescio, gli ci sono voluti solo tre giri per riprendere la testa della corsa con pneumatici da pioggia su una pista ancora scivolosa. L'aderenza cambia alla fine della gara, ma Nato riesce a controllare senza problemi gli avversari fino all'arrivo. Una grande vittoria davanti ai migliori specialisti mondiali che gli dà la voglia di continuare nel karting, su un CRG ovviamente!

 

 

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Circuit > France

2x200km.jpgIl n'est pas trop tard pour s'inscrire aux 1H30 Minimes-Cadets dans le cadre des 2 x 200km d'Angerville !


Rendez vous sur www.askangerville.fr

 

 

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International Event > CIK-FIA European Championship

25/10/10 - 13:07

A clear round for Bennett

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Already crowned in 2007 and 2009, the Briton Gavin Bennett (Anderson-DEA) has added a third European Superkart title to his list of results. And the show was thrilling throughout.


During the whole event held on 23 and 24 October on the Bugatti circuit at Le Mans, Bennett was at the front of the stage: first after practice, he initially won Race 1 and then landed Race 2 whereas he could have been content with cruising along. Although he was not in a position to retire (because it would automatically have meant giving the title to his main rival, Damien Payart), Bennett made it a point to conclude the season with panache, adding the fastest lap time to his victory in Race 2.


Damien Payart (PVP-FPE) seldom left any respite to Bennett. Leader of the championship before the Le Mans conclusion, the Frenchman knew that it was a tricky situation. A small strategic mistake in practice probably handicapped him: he had prematurely put an end to his second practice session whereas the state of the track, slightly wet on some spots, was improving. Otherwise he could possibly have taken the start of both races closer to Bennett. Instead of what, starting from the 7th place, he had to fight hard during the first laps, in particular with Trevor Roberts (Anderson-BRC), John Riley (Anderson-FPE) and Adam Kout (MS Kart-VM), while Bennett went it alone in the lead with disconcerting calm and self-assurance.


At the end of the day, Bennett prevails with 4 wins out of 6, ahead of Payart and Roberts, with a win each at Silverstone. The same Roberts concludes the season in third place, ahead of Peter Elkmann (MS Kart-VM). Analysts will record that this winning quartet includes 3 makes of chassis (Anderson, PVP and MS Kart) and 4 engines of different makes (DEA, FPE, BRC and VM).


The recruits from KZ2 (125 cc karts with gearboxes) made a strong impression at Le Mans: after a splendid fight with Roberts, the Dutchman Arjan Kievitsbosch (MS Kart-VM) made it to his first European podium in Superkart. As for the young Dane Andreas Fasberg (PVP-PVP), who was participating in his maiden European Championship event, he distinguished himself with the 2nd fastest lap time, which earned him many compliments. His two races were less glorious as a broken chain and a seized engine forced him to retire in the last lap of each race. Another “rookie”, the Czech Adam Kout (MS Kart-VM), was classified 5th and 6th at Le Mans and, added to his previous performances, these two good results have given him a very honourable 6th place in the final classification of the Championship, between the experienced John Riley and Robert Chilcott (Anderson-FPE).

 

 

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Produit > Monaco Kart Cup

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Sur le Rocher, Léo confirme à nouveau sa performance (6ème) du Championnat du Monde à Braga en démontrant encore qu'il est très vite ! Mais, comme souvent à Monaco, accrochages et embouteillages ont sévi, et Léo comme d'autres a dû laisser ses ambitions tomber à l'eau ... du port !

Essais libres et chronos : Régulièrement 2 dixièmes devant en essais libres, Léo nous sort une magnifique séance chrono, dans un mano à mano superbe avec ses coéquipiers Charles Leclerc et Pierre Gasly, qui lui chipent la pôle et la seconde place dans le dernier tour, mais l'essentiel est que 3 châssis Sodi trustent le podium !
Manches qualificatives :En première manche, malgré un kart un peu long à la mise en route, Léo signe une probante seconde place, assortie du meilleur tour. Mais un carambolage au départ de la seconde session l'oblige à remonter du fond de grille jusqu'en 16ème place. Déception !
Pré-finale : En 8ème position sur la grille, Léo se fait d'entrée de jeu harponner par l'arrière par un camarade : pare-choc arraché, il est contraint de rentrer en stand : c'en est fini pour cette fois et désormais il faut miser sur la finale.

Finale : Sous la pluie, la finale promet d'être animée et d'entrée de jeu un arrêt de course stoppe un peloton toujours très turbulent. Après une pause, c'est reparti très fort mais Léo connaît un problème sur le train AV (biellette) et doit abandonner.

La déception est grande pour l'équipe de Ludo Racing qui fondait beaucoup d'espoir ce week-end !

 

 

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