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International > "U18" World Karting Championship

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The heats of the CIK-FIA U18 World Championship and the Academy Trophy at Sarno can be followed on the unofficial Kartcom clipboard which is updated automatically. It's here for the U18 and here for the Academy.

 

 

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Pilot > World Karting Championship

05/11/11 - 11:56

Return of the mystery driver

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Here, finally, the return of the great game from Kartcom, no purchase necessary and no obligation to award either, but you never know. Who is the driver behind the visor? That is the $ 1 million question ...

 

The picture was taken Saturday morning in the paddock U18 World Championship in Sarno.

 

 

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International Event > "U18" World Karting Championship

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Matthew Graham (Zanardi) and Leo Roussel (Sodi) began the first qualifying session at Sarno in the U18 with the knife between his teeth. Tomi Katajamäki (Maranello) and Jiri Forman (MS Kart) followed up behind Graham setting the fastest times. Next Sam Webster (Top Kart) came second to Pyry Ovaska (Maranello), but soon Roussel took 3rd place. Graham ended up a long way ahead of the rest with 1.07.660, more than three tenths from Roussel, Katajamäki in 3rd, then Webster, and Ville Mäntylä (Energy) in 5th.


Henry Easthope (Sodi) opened the second session with 1.08.858 from Martin Mortensen (Mach 1) and Federico Savona (Top Kart) who closed on Easthope while second improved each time and closed the session with a reference time of 1.08 .097. Jorge Vinolo Zalduegui (Tecno) took over second by 1 tenth, followed by Lucas Speck (Mach 1) by 3 / 10 from the pole sitter. Savona was fourth, Toni Alarcon (Righetti) fifth.


Jules Gounon (Sodi) set the first significant time in the third and final session and improved on the next lap to John Barbe (Tecno) and Anthoine Hubert (Sodi). Stefan Riener (Intrepid) took over and fought against Hubert. Antonio Giovinazzi (PCR) was ready for a fight and was the first under 1'08 ahead of Marco Maestranza (PCR). Giovinazzi improved on the first sector of the last lap, but didn't go better than his 1.07.979, by 2 / 10.


Graham took to the pole in front of Giovinazzi and Roussel. Easthope was ranked fourth, Hubert 5th and Maestranza 6th.

 

 

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Charles Leclerc (MC) was one of the last to go out in the first session of the Academy Trophy in qualifying at Sarno. Meanwhile, Dorian Boccolacci (Fr) to pressed hard, knowing that his machine was not fastest. Mikel Azcona (Esp) was in the lead for a moment, then Simon Mirguet (Be) stole the show, but Leclerc came into contention. Benjamin Barnicoat (GB) was now at the top of the table from Mirguet and Leclerc. Azcona returned to the lead but was dislodged immediately by Moilanen (Fin). Boccolacci just about stayed in the top 10. Barnicoat took over pole a with a few seconds left, but it finally Moilanen took it with 1.08.632 from Leclerc and Barnicoat by 0.044 and 0.110. Mirguet, set the fastest speed with 103.4 km / h on the line, in fourth from Azcona.


Oleksandr Tkachenko (Ukr) was fastest to go out in the second session from Mattia Drudi (Ita) and Max Defourny (Lux). The positions were swapped between the three drivers ahead of Marijn Kremers (NL) and Thiago Vivacqua (Br) who moved back up the rankings. Drudi took second ahead of Defourny. The final score was: 1.08.752 for Kremers, then Drudi by 0.035 and Defourny by 0.107 then Vivacqua and Tkanchenko fourth and fifth.

 

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Moilanen took pole in front of the Academy Trophy contenders Leclerc and Barnicoat, and Kremers was 4th overall from Drudi, Mirguet sixth, Defourny seventh and Vivacqua 8th.

 

 

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Pilota > Italia

05/11/11 - 09:53

Paolo De Conto lascia Energy

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Paolo De Conto messagio:

 

"Ciao a tutto il mondo karting sono Paolo De Conto,
con la presente sono a testimoniare il mio più grande sentimento di ringraziamento verso l'Energy Corse, nella fattispecie del suo patron Michele Panigada, che in questi tre anni mi ha aiutato a crescere e raggiungere risultati inimmaginabili ai tempi del minikart con il mio papà Mario e che non sto ad elencarvi tra Europei CIK-FIA KZ, WSK e tutti i singoli trofei.


Si è vero, vi sono a raccontare che l'esperienza tra me e l'Energy è finita, ed è finita di comune accordo perché nella vita professionale di un pilota a volte sono necessarie nuove sfide e nuovi traguardi, ma anche per un'azienda come l'Energy è lo stesso, e sicuramente loro senza di me lo sapranno fare benissimo.

 

Sono cresciuto tanto con la factory di Seriate e nel bene e nel male tutti mi hanno aiutato, anche quando con il mio carattere, a volte da ragazzino "difficile", ho fatto impazzire un pò tutti, a cominciare da quello che più mi ha seguito ed aiutato, Alain Fanti, verso il quale sono debitore per molte cose, poi non voglio dimenticare il bravissimo e professionalissimo Piero Rizzi, che non è solo il miglior preparatore KZ, ma un maestro di vita e di crescita, continuo nell'elenco con Roberto Faccini, Giancarlo Dettori, Xavier Illa Monserrat e tutti i meccanici della Energy, ma non ultima e non meno importante Barbara Panigada, bravissima a tenere le fila contabili di tutta la factory.

 

Grazie, grazie e ancora grazie..... Ora vi lascio e presto saprete quale sarà la mia nuova avventura......

 

Nel frattempo vi saluto tutti.....e come sempre FULL GAS..........


Paolo De Conto "

 

 

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