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Rick Dreezen (Tony Kart / Vortex) started in the wake of his team-mate Marco Ardigo at the lights in the final of KZ1. Kozlinski (PCR / TM) took 3rd place at the start ahead of Paolo De Conto (Birel / BMB), Bas Lammers (Praga / TM) and Jérémy Iglesias (Intrepid / TM). Jonathan Thonon (CRG / Maxter) lost a little time at the start and ended up 7th. Dreezen took the advantage from the third lap, passing Ardigo, while Lammers passed De Conto for 4th place. Thonon was back in 5th position ahead of the Italian.

Dreezen pulled out a small lead of 3/10 on Ardigo, Kozlinski released a little pressure to be within 6/10 of it. Lammers approached and passed the French on the sixth lap. Jorrit Pex (CRG / TM) was in seventh ahead of Iglesias, Roberto Toninelli (Birel / BMB) and Yannick De Brabander (Formula K / TM). At halfway Thonon overcame Kozlinski for 4th position at the bottom end of the track.

Dreezen increased his lead lap after lap, and Ardigo would have to be wary of Thonon. But actually, he didn't, as the Belgian disappeared on lap 10. It was looking like a double for Tony Kart and a 3rd place for Praga with Lammers. And this was what happened: Dreezen won by 5/10 ahead of Ardigo, himself to 2.3'' from Lammers. Kozlinski finished fourth ahead of De Conto, De Brabander, Pex, Iglesias, Fore and Hajek.




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Another good start for Max Verstappen (Intrepid / TM) in the KF2 final. But also on the front row, Felice Tiene (CRG / BMB) fell back to seventh position on the first corner, but took back three places during the first lap. Dennis Olsen (Energy / TM) stayed in the wake of the leader who had already escaped copiously. Tiene took another position, followed now by Damiano Fioravanti (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Paolo Ippolito (Kosmic / Vortex). Alessio Santilli (Top Kart / Parilla) was fifth, Tom Joyner (LH / BMB) sixth, Flavio Camponeschi (Tony Kart / Vortex) eighth, Stefano Cucco (Maranello / BMB) ninth and Kevin Lavelli (Top Kart / Parilla) 10th. Charles Leclerc went into the pits on the formation lap and started after everyone, but came back to 24th.

In the first third of the race, Verstappen had a lead of  2.8'' ahead of Olsen who Tiene closed on. The latter seized second place on lap 6. Joyner got the better of Ippolito for sixth position, then Fioravanti for fourth in the ninth round. Toman and Camponeschi gave up. Nikolaj Moller Madsen (Tony Kart / TM) was back in eighth, followed by Marco Maestranzi (PCR / Parilla) and Antonio Fuoco (Tony Kart / Vortex). The group to which they belonged was agitated and the positions changed regularly. With two laps to go, Joyner was closing on a podium place at the expense of Olsen.

Apparently suffering a mechanical problem, Tiene retired a few hundred yards from the line, leaving second and third to Joyner and Olsen, while Verstappen crossed the line with a lead of almost 8''.




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Lance Stroll (Zanardi / Parilla) had a great start in the KF3 final, ahead of Callum Ilott (Zanardi / Parilla) in battle with Luca Corberi (Kosmic / Vortex). There was a lot of dust flying off the edge of the track, caused by a few forays off the tarmac. On the second lap, Stroll already had over 2 seconds of a lead, Simone Cunati (Top Kart / Parilla) took second place ahead of George Russell (Intrepid / TM), and Corberi lost a lot of places. Then Alessio Lorandi (Tony Kart / Vortex) was back in business in fourth while Russell stole second from Cunati. Ilott was fifth, Alex Palou (CRG / BMB) sixth.

Stroll set a string of fastest laps and maintained his lead over Russell. The differences were quite significant between the top 8. Lorenzo Gianonni (Tony Kart / Vortex) took seventh ahead of Corberi. Two laps from the end, Lorandi overcame Cunati to gain third position. Stroll took victory for Canada from Lorandi and Russell, who set the fastest lap of a not very exciting race. The first French driver, Julien Darras (Intrepid / Parilla) finished 17th, Dorian Boccolacci (Intrepid / TM) couldn’t do better than 22nd after a difficult first lap in 33rd.



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Max Fewtrell (Top Kart / LKE) dominated the first half of the 60 Mini final at Sarno, but could not prevent Remigio Garofano (Top Kart / LKE) taking the lead on the fifth lap. But Fewtrell regained the lead two laps later with Pietro Mazzola (Hero / Parilla) in his wake. Fewtrell then headed for victory on the podium accompanied by Mazzola and Garofano. Martinez was fourth, Pull 5th, while Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart / LKE) set the fastest lap in his epic ascent from 30th to 10th place.



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Max Verstappen (Intrepid / TM) didn't allow himself to be left behind at the lights in the KF2 Prefinal in the WSK Master Series at Sarno and firmly took the lead against Felice Tiene (CRG / BMB), closely followed by Dennis Olsen (Energy / TM). Stefano Cucco (Maranello / BMB) was the fourth in front of Antonio Giovinazzi (Tony Kart / TM) and Charles Leclerc (ART GP / Parilla). Antonio Fuoco, Alessio Guazzaroni, Nicklas Nielsen, Antoine Hubert and Nikolaj Moller-Madsen were held up at the first hairpin.

The top positions hardly changed during the 12 laps of the race, but the gaps got bigger between the front runners. Verstappen was the fastest on the track, Tiene also had good pace, and both drivers were ahead of the  rest. On the eighth lap, Leclerc was damaged in an attack from Giovinazzi and Ippolito (Kosmic / Vortex), then Flavio Camponeschi (Tony Kart / Vortex) was stuck in around 10th. Rudakov and Hiltbrand added to the list of dropouts.

Nothing could interfere with the impressive triumphal march of Verstappen who linked fastest laps with the regularity of a metronome. Ippolito got the better of Giovinazzi on the last lap. Verstappen scored an unstoppable victory in front of Tiene and Olsen.



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