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06/08/12 - 08:18

Besancenez se sent prêt !

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Venu à Zuera dans le cadre de la WSK Euro Series pour préparer la prochaine Coupe du Monde KF3, Paolo Besancenez (Sodi/Parilla) en est reparti confiant pour le rendez-vous mondial de septembre, même si la course s'est arrêtée plus tôt que prévu. L'essentiel était de valider la définition du matériel, et de ce côté, tout s'est bien passé. Dans les manches qualificatives, Paolo a pu rouler dans le rythme des plus rapides et même signer le meilleur temps de la manche A-E. Certes il a été évincé d'une course quand un concurrent a tenté sur lui une impossible escalade, certes il a été éjecté de la préfinale quelques mètres à peine après la ligne de départ. Mais résultat final du meeting n'était pas l'objectif prioritaire, puisque Paolo n'avait pas participé à ce championnat.


"Je suis content que tout ait bien fonctionné, a déclaré le pilote Sodi. Le châssis Celesta est vraiment top. Pas besoin de chercher dans tous les sens pour aller vite. C'est tout juste si nous avons testé un arbre différent. Comme la mécanique Parilla est également très efficace, nous avons pu réaliser de très bonnes performances. C'était un week-end très positif pour moi. Je vais d'abord disputer la 2ème manche du Trophée Académie, à Angerville fin août, avant de revenir ici, à Zuera, pour la Coupe du Monde. Mais avant cela, place à de courtes vacances au soleil..."

 

 

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International > WSK Euro Series

06/08/12 - 07:16

Zuera sous la pluie !

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La météo l'avait prévu, la Kartcom Weather Station l'avait annoncé, la pluie est tombée sur le circuit de Zuera ! Bien sûr les courses étaient terminées depuis longtemps, la plupart des équipes avaient rangé leurs affaires. Des grosses gouttes se sont abattues sur la piste vers 19h, accompagnées d'un très fort vent qui a interrompu le démontage des plus grosses structures encore en place. Le camion Kosmic est gentiment venu faire le paravent devant chez Tony Kart pour éviter tout risque de dégât. Le baromètre continuait à descendre vers les abysses de la dépression, tandis que les cumulo-nimbus bourgeonnaient de plus belle dans le ciel d'Aragon.

 

 

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The front row was 100% ART GP for the KF2 final with Ben Barnicoat and Charles Leclerc. After two rolling laps, the drivers finally slowed down, and the start was given. Barnicoat kept the lead ahead of Tom Joyner (LH / BMB), Felice Tiene (CRG / BMB) and Leclerc. Tiene passed for second, third was Leclerc on the next lap, then came Damiano Fioravanti (Tony Kart / Vortex), Nicklas Nielsen (Kosmic / Vortex) and Pedro Hiltbrand (FA Kart / Vortex). Tiene to within 3/10 of the leader, Robin Hansson (Tony Kart / Vortex) took sixth position ahead of Carlos Gil (Tony Kart / Vortex), Thiago Vivacqua (Zanardi / Parilla) and Dennis Olsen (Energy / TM).


Max Verstappen was quickly back in 12th position, while Tiene and Barnicoat duelled for 1st place. But the British driver fought back and Leclerc joined the fight. Barnicoat attacked Tiene under braking and Leclerc jumped at the chance to take them both at once! The battle continued between Barnicoat and Tiene for second place, while Lelcerc took a lead of 5/10. Fioravanti approximated Barnicoat, now third, followed by Nielsen. Tiene returned to the leader at the end of the race, but Leclerc did not yield him the victory, much less his first place in the championship. After an attack by Fioravanti on Barnicoat in the last corner, there was contact, but the Italian stayed on the track and finished third from Nielsen who took advantage of the disarray of British driver.

 

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Conditions of the race:

Air temperature 29.5 °, track temperature 55 degrees, sunny skies, moderate winds.

 

 

Info Kartcom with Kartlink / © Photos KSP


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Kozlinski (PCR / TM) took pole position for the KZ1 final with Jorrit Pex (CRG / TM) at his side, but the Dutch driver made the best start. Jonathan Thonon (CRG / Maxter) was in third place ahead of Patrik Hajek (Praga / Parilla), Rick Dreezen (Tony Kart / Vortex), Davide Fore (CRG / Maxter) and Paolo De Conto (Birel / BMB) who would soon pass the Italian. Dreezen gave up 2 places. Pex escaped with Kozlinski not far behind. Thonon was now third ahead of De Conto, Fore, Hajek, Dreezen, Abbasse and Lammers.


De Conto returned to third position and distanced Thonon who was under threat from Hajek and Dreezen who soon passed the Belgian champion. Kozlinski remained 3/10 from the leader, and on the lookout for the slightest opportunity. Hajek follows the rhythm of the third placed De Conto, 3'' from the leader. Dreezen advanced to fifth from Hanley, Thonon, Lammers and Abbasse. Lammers moved up, then found Marco Ardigo (Tony Kart / Vortex) in ninth position. Abbasse also retired, as Thonon spun due to a mechanical failure.


On the last lap, suddenly Kozlinski closed up to Pex, but failed to really attack him. Victory and a rewarding performance went to the young Dutchman. De Conto, the fastest on the track, took the third step of the podium. Hajek finished fourth from Dreezen, Hanley, and Ardigo.

 

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Conditions of the race:

Air temperature 29 ° C, track temperature 54 degrees, sunny skies, moderate winds.

 

 

Info Kartcom with Kartlink / © Photos KSP


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Joel Johansson and Simas Juodvirsis filled a front row that was 100% Energy / TM for the KZ2 final, followed by Mirko Torsellini (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Jordon Lennox-Lamb (CRG / Maxter). Juodvirsis stayed ahead perfectly ahead of Torsellini, Lennox-Lamb and Johansson who were engaged in a battle which ended with both drivers off the track on the second lap, ruining the title hopes of Lennox-Lamb and causing a regrettable loss of composure on his part ... As Riccardo Negro (DR / TM) dropped to the back on the first lap, the title should revert to Juodvirsis who quietly continued his race ahead of Torsellini, Philipp Orcic (CRG / TM) and Dylan Davies (PCR / TM) . Torsellini gradually closed back up to the leader, it was believed that he would attack with three laps to go, but Juodvirsis gained a few meters and crossed the line as winner and champion in KZ2, following his European title. Torsellini was second, Orcic third, Davies 4th, Stefan Riener 5th (DR / TM).

 

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Conditions of the race:

Air temperature 28.7 °, track temperature 53 degrees, sunny skies, moderate winds.

 

 

Info Kartcom with Kartlink / © Photos KSP


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