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International > Bridgestone Cup European Final

22/10/11 - 12:02

Gryzb fastest in KF3

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In KF3, there are 45 drivers and this time, group 2 proved to be rather quicker. Polish driver Mchal Grzyb (Birel / BMB) took pole with 44'195 in front of a Dane, Alexander Lindberg (Energy / TM) by 0.09s and Luca Corberi (Tony Kart / Vortex) third. With the fastest time of the first group, the German Hannes Janke (Zanardi / Parilla) was fourth, followed closely by Kyrill Karpov (Tony Kart / BMB). Connor Jupp (Energy / TM) took sixth place ahead of Robin Hansson (Energy / TM), Stan Pex (Zanardi / Parilla) and Brazilian Thiago Vivacqua (Energy / TM). The French drivers Gabi Aubry (Birel / TM) and Julien Darras (Intrepid / TM), were respectively 25th and 27th.

 

 

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The late publication of the schedule on Friday gave a bit of spice to the warm-up for some drivers, since the program was advanced by 20 minutes, or the average time for continental breakfast ...

 

Otherwise, all is well at Lonato. The 61 competitors in KZ2 took to the track. The two groups appeared quite close in performance, with a slight advantage for the first, since pole went to Fabian Federer (CRG / TM), 49'758, ahead of the leader in group 2, Paolo De Conto (Energy / TM) with 41 '963. Jorrit Pex (CRG / Maxter) finished third ahead of Andrea Dale (CRG / Maxter) and Massimo Dante (CKR / TM) fifth. With Yuri Lucati (VSK / TM) 7th, Jan Midrla (Birel / TM) eighth, Marco Zanchetta (CKR / TM) 9th and Adam Janous (Intrepid / TM) 10th, it was a good idea of ??the hierarchy. The French driver Alexandre Arrue (Righetti / TM) was 16th, Simone Brenna (TB Kart / TM) 20th, the Finn Henri Kokko (Ninar / TM) 27th.

 

 

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Apparently seduced by the comfort of B'Stone, De Conto relaxes on the dummy grid sitting on Zanchetta's tyres !

 

After the storm that shook the very structures of the paddock on Thursday, good weather returned to Lonato for the last free practice for the Bridgestone Cup Final. With over 150 competitors in KF and KZ, most of the interest was on the track, which saw activity from the organizer, especially as there were new products at the meeting. For the first time, U18 and Academy, as categories, will compete outside of the CIK-FIA World Championship as part of an international event. Parolin and FIM are officially involved, as in the World Championship, but it is also the first time that these machines will run in competition with Japanese Bridgestone tyres, it goes without saying. The experience will probably be a test ...


In addition, the Bridgestone Cup has not forgotten to keep its main ingredients, namely a more seriously organized competition on a legendary track, mixed with a homely atmosphere, lots of fun and relaxation, a recipe sometimes overlooked these days. The weekend promises to be particularly attractive in terms of very favorable weather. Rather than name drivers before qualifying, the great lesson of free practice is the closeness of the drivers in terms of performance. It's tight, sometimes with more than 15 drivers within 2 / 10. In the opinion of some drivers, the grip improves over the laps and the times continue get faster. But expect qualifying on Saturday morning to provide the official confirmation.


Official site: www.bridgestone-cup.com

 

 

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Team > Maranello

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La Maranello Kart è lieta di annunciare il “1° Maranello Day” che si svolgerà a Lonato il 9 e 10 novembre sulla Pista South Garda Karting in un’iniziativa aperta ai rivenditori, clienti e privati che vorranno provare in anteprima la nuova produzione Maranello Kart, con il nuovissimo telaio RS12omologato dal 2012 (con tubo da 28 e da 30 mm) e la versione modificata delvittorioso telaio RS10.

 

Nell’occasione saranno a disposizione anche tutti i telai Maranello nelle versioni KF3, KF2 e KZ2 della rinomata azienda italiana che vanta un ricco palmarès nazionale einternazionale. Sarà anche possibile provare i motori KF e KZ con telai pronto gara.

 

Alla manifestazione indetta da Maranello Kart possono partecipare tutti, per la prova in pista è necessario essere muniti di regolare Licenza e abbigliamento da gara.

 

Nella prima giornata di mercoledì 9 novembre sarà offerta una priorità ai rivenditori e ai loro clienti, mentre ai privati sarà riservata soprattutto la giornata di giovedì 10 novembre.

 

Per ulteriori informazioni e prenotazioni, inviare una e-mail a info@maranellokart.com all’attenzione di Luca Iannaccone.

 

 

Info Ufficio Stampa Maranello Kart


Team > SODI

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Sodi win the Super KF 2011 Japan Championship (the most prestigious category in Japan) with the Sodi Racing Japan and his driver Yuuya Suzuki.

 

 

Info Sodi / © Photo DR


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