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International > "U18" World Karting Championship

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The weather was still hesitating between dry and rain drops did not cause much disruption for the moment. The race between Tiihonen and Hubert was under high pressure, given the stakes, the Academy Trophy. Anthoine Hubert managed to cross the first hurdle, that of not losing his starting spot. He fitted in well behind behind Niklas Tiihonen. Oystein Helgheim, the Norwegian, was in 3rd ahead of Charles Leclerc. The fastest lap went to the French driver. Tiihonen could not get away for now. In 4th, Charles Leclerc could have a say in the battle. Vsevolod Gagen was just ahead of the fifth Filippos Kalesis, Severin Amweg and Gabriela Jilkova.


Leclerc threatened Helgheim, slightly slower for two laps. The leader was 5 / 10 ahead of Hubert and Helgheim appeared to getting closer to the French driver and passed on lap 10. Leclerc tried to pass Hubert. The situation was not at all favorable to Hubert, now fourth after being passed by Kalesis.


Two laps from the end, Tiihonen was a strong leader, while Helgheim and Kalesis were very close and 15s ahead of Hubert. The Finn Niklas Tiihonen won, at the same time, the Academy Trophy 2010, for the first time.

 

 

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National Event > FFSA Karting

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The weather was threatening, but dark clouds still managed to contain the raindrops for the start of the French Cup. Still leading, Esteban Ocon (Exprit / Vortex) had Remy Deguffroy (Tony Kart / Vortex) glued to his bumper. Ingrid Girard (Energy / TM) was 3rd ahead of Victor Compere (FA Kart / Vortex) and Lucile Cypriano (FA Kart / Vortex).


Two duels animated the race, Ocon / Deguffroy and Girard / Compere. Deguffroy committed a small mistake and was left slightly behind by Ocon. He was then joined by Girard and Compere who set the fastest time to take 3rd position. This was how it stayed until lap 11, when Deguffroy closed back on the leader. He attacked on lap 14, but Ocon defended. Then Compere took 2 places at once, but Deguffroy took the lead when the grip dropped after a few drops of rain.


Ocon was able to return to the lead ahead of Deguffroy and Compere, with Girard returned  to 3rd. Esteban Ocon won and Victor Compere and Ingrid Girard completed the podium, then Flouret, Barbe, Cypriano and Marques.

 

 

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International > "U18" World Karting Championship

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A few drops of rain spiced up the start of the second pre-final for the U18 World Championship which was already complicated by a completely reversed order. Kovalenko and Speck started ahead of Roussel and Gram. Stefan Riener already retired before the lights went out. Suninen and Dennis were at back of the grid. Roussel finished the first lap ahead of Jones, Stirling was 5th ahead of Easthope, Mäntylä 9th, Dennis 17th, Suninen 22nd. Vincent Fraisse, heckled, ended up last.


John Norris took fifth behind Jones and Stirling. Marchesan took the lead ahead of Stirling. Sathienthirakul was already seventh ahead of Alex Baron and Dennis. Stirling took the lead at the halfway point. Suninen, Köykkä and Nylund came through and were grouped around 11th. Marchesan was currently second, Jones 3rd, 4th Top. Mäntyla was in the 5th group and was held back from making a full recovery. Dennis moved up at turn 9 and Suninen took 3 places at once, just behind his opponent.


Victory went to Stirling from Marchesan, Jones, Sathienthirakul, Dennis and Suninen. The hierarchy of the Championship was not really shaken up, the title was still there for the taking in the final.

 

 

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National Event > FFSA Karting

Esteban Ocon (Exprit / Vortex) started ahead of Deguffroy (Tony Kart / Vortex) who easily stayed behind him. Victor Compere (FA Kart / Vortex) took third from Ingrid Girard (Energy / TM). The top 4 were tightly bunched.


Lucile Cypriano passed Thibault Barbé-Flouret for 5th place, while Compere attacked Deguffroy for the second. Ocon took half a length ahead of Compere, threatened by Deguffroy. Barbé-Flouret retook 5th place at the expense of Cypriano. Compere attacked Ocon who resisted.


Esteban Ocon won the prefinal of the French Cup, but the result was more complex since Compere left an unexplained gap at the final corner where Deguffroy attempted to infiltrate, but in vain. 4th by 0.06s was Ingrid Girard, 5th was Flouret-Barbe.

 

 

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International > "U18" World Karting Championship

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Race 1 of the Academy Trophy was fraught from the outset. Hubert didn't tempt fate and went into fourth position, which quickly became third, while Niklas Tiihonen escaped in the lead followed by Federico Paolini. Vsevolod Gagen was ranked 4th, Michael Taylor 5th, Oystein Helgheim 6th and Charles Leclerc 7th.


Tiihonen was hounded by a determined Paolini, while Hubert controlled the situation, but did not gain much on the leading duo. Leclerc won a position from Taylor, then another from Gagen to take 5th. Paolini put pressure on Tiihonen who suddenly set a better time. Leclerc went 4th from Helgheim, but he took back his place.


Paolini could not attack Tiihonen who knew what he was doing, Hubert seemed content in third position, favorable for the start of the next race. Severin Amweg set several fastest laps. There was a surprise in the final meters of the race with an attack by Paolini, then Tiihonen took back the line, and Paolini was back ahead by the wire. Tiihonen showed his displeasure. Helgheim was 4th, Leclerc 5th. Hubert is in an excellent position for more results ...

 

 

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