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Heat A1

Victory for Marco Ardigo (Tony Kart / Vortex), while Davide Fore (CRG / Maxter) quickly passed Bas Lammers (Intrepid / TM) for second place, Mirko Torsellini (CRG / Maxter) dropped back to 4th from Convers, Pex and Hajek.

Heat B1

It was a good battle between Paolo De Conto (Energy / TM) and Yannick De Brabander (Parolin / TM) at the beginning of Heat B1 and it was also heated among Beitske Visser (Intrepid / TM) and Arnaud Kozlinski (CRG / Maxter). Antonio Piccioni (Parolin / TM) then took control when De Conto stalled at the end of the race. Visser attacked yet on the last lap and crossed the line first. But she got a 10'' penalty that put her back to 12th, as De Conto came home 15th. Piccioni was first ahead of De Brabander and Thonon.

Heat A2

Ardigo led the heat in the opening laps, but Torsellini took the lead mid-race after passing Fore. Armand Convers (Kosmic / Vortex) was very fast, he held second, but defended himself from Ardigo to stay with Torsellini. Fore finished fourth from Lammers and Pex. Joel Johansson (Energy / TM) lost a lot at the start by being held up, he finished 12th from Gianni Gazzurelli (FA Kart / Vortex).



Heat B2

Domination was confirmed for the Parolin / TM team Formula K with a second double for Piccioni and De Brabander and were never threatened in the final heat. Thonon was third on the first lap, but Kozlinski then attacked him, followed by Iglesias and Dreezen. Behind the leading trio, there was the recovery of Visser and De Conto, who were disadvantaged in heat B1. Beitske finished fourth, sixth was Iglesias, then De Conto and Thonon.



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Wearing a new helmet like Schumacher, and the new kart graphics, Nyck De Vries (Zanardi / Parilla) led from the lights on the first race of the day in KF1. But Alexander Albon (Intrepid / TM) duelled with 2 drivers on the first lap and took control. Worse, on the second lap, De Vries lost ground, and was seventh. Behind Albon, Karol Basz (RK / BMB) was second, Flavio Camponeschi (Tony Kart / Vortex) third, and Mark Litchfield (FA Kart / BMB) fourth.

As usual, De Vries's machine started to get fast in mid-race. Litchfield went third, Camponeschi dropped back and Chris Lock (Tony Kart / Vortex) was fourth. De Vries came back to second place, with the fastest lap, behind Albon, the heat winner. Basz was third, fourth was Litchfield then Lock and Yu Kanamaru (Tony Kart / Vortex).



Albon took advantage of his pole position in the second heat by taking off from the start. Behind this was war! De Vries was 10th on the 1st lap, Jordon Lennox Lamb (CRG / Maxter) took 11 places at the start and it wasn't over. The duel for the second position would last throughout the race between Basz and Ignazio D'Agosto, in favor of the former. The chasing pack was well shaken. Camponeschi dropped back after an attack on De Vries. Groman, Litchfield and Pakari brawled, but Lennox and De Vries passed them and finished fourth in front of it. It was the 2nd win for Albon from Basz and D'Agosto.



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We know where are the KF2 and KF3 drivers after a hot day in the qualifying heats. While some have already completed their four races and others finish on Sunday morning, the unofficial ranking provides a global view of the results of all competitors.


For example, Nicolai Sylvest, Harrison Scott, Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc are well placed on Saturday night in KF3 and KF2, has Antonio Giovinazzi starting on pole for the prefinal, while Damiano Fioravanti will not be far off, with Stefano Cucco, Sami Luka, Victor Sendin and Tanart Sathienthirakul there and thereabouts.



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If Mirko Torsellini (CRG / Maxter) made the best start in the KZ final, but Antonio Piccioni (Parolin / TM) took the lead early before giving way to Rick Dreezen (Tony Kart / Vortex). Yannick De Brabander (Parolin / TM) was also in the fight for the podium before  settling for fifth position when Beitske Visser (Intrepid / TM) passed him. It must be said that the Dutch driver appeared to be ready for action with 10th place after the first lap. She also passed Thonon, Lammers and Convers and set the fastest lap of 59''564 to finish fourth. Paolo De Conto quickly retired with a very bent axle, Marco Ardigo stopped at the bottom of the circuit after 4 laps.




Jonathan Thonon finished eighth without having the strength to rise further. The performance of Formula K Parolin Kart race after race is confirmed, the Praga of Visser dominated the Intrepid of her more experienced teammates, and at CRG there is a young man who is now ahead of his elders. Dreezen took advantage of internal fights and is in a very good position in the championship with this victory. The world is changing!



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The four musketeers from the heats can be found on the first 2 rows of the Final on Saturday, July 30 at Zuera. Nyck De Vries ahead of Alexander Albon, Felice Tiene and Mark Litchfield. There was no suspense for the victory as De Vries won the race, leading from start to finish, improving his own best tricks with the consistency of a metronome.

Behind him, peace did not prevail. Albon went a little off-piste and dropped to 12th, Mikko Pakari took second ... Tiene recovered quickly as the track suits him well, followed closely by Chris Lock, Camponeschi and Sébastien Bailly. Camponeschi then took third place, and Bailly fourth, but Litchfield attacked and he went out on the third lap. Basz was strong and he was fourth after the halfway point. Albon's recovery also needed watching. Further duels raged, too, between Roussel and Kanamaru, for example. But the order did not change at the front, De Vries first, Tiene second, Basz third, Albon fourth and Camponeschi fifth.



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