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28/05/11 - 10:41

Ocon clearly fastest in KF3

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Esteban Ocon (FA Kart / Vortex), Paolo Besancenez (Sodi / Parilla), François Bécamel (CRG / Parilla), Simon Tirman (Tony Kart / Vortex), the leader in KF3 qualifying changed hand at every turn on the first day of the GPO at Ostricourt. Ocon took the lead with a time of 54''567, followed by Tirman, Dorian Boccolacci (Birel / BMB) and Etienne Mordred (Zanardi / Parilla) after two-thirds of the session. Mordret and Besancenez were 4th and 5th. Besancenez put himself in 4th position. The positions did not change much and Ocon will start from pole having pushed his opponents to almost 2 / 10, with Tirman 2nd, 3rd Boccolacci, then Besancenez and Mordret.

 

 

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Benjamin and Clement Da Silva (Birel / TM) opened the score in KZ2 qualifying on Saturday morning at Ostricourt under cloudy but nonetheless sunny skies, one of the paradoxes of the North. Thomas Mich (Birel / TM) was the first to go under 53'' on his 6th lap, followed by 2 / 10 by Morgan Weber (Merlin / TM) and Charles Martin (CRG / TM). Charles Fiault (Sodi / Maxter) set the fifth fastest lap, Anthony Abbasse (Sodi / Maxter) advanced to sixth behind the Italian Yuri Lucati (BRM / TM) who had also been to Varennes for the first GPO. The situation would not change until the end of the 10 minutes session. Thomas Mich returned to pole with 52''840.

 

 

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Kartcom Video > GPO Karting

 

Le leader du Championnat de France KF2, Victor Sendin, nous offre un tour de piste commenté lors des essais libres du GPO d'Ostricourt à bord de son Tony Kart/Vortex, vendredi 27 mai 2011.

 

 

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International > Superkart 250

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Started at Magny-Cours in France, the CIK-FIA European Championship will see its second round held on the Autodrom circuit of Most, in the Czech Republic, on 10, 11 and 12 June 2011.

 

Leader of the provisional classification of the Championship, France’s young contender Emmanuel Vinualès (Anderson-DEA) is determined to reinforce his position at the front but will no longer have the advantage of racing in front of his public and will even have to get to grips rapidly with the racing lines of the Czech course because he has never set a wheel on this track. As for his two most direct rivals, the German Daniel Hentschel (Anderson-DEA) and the reigning European Champion Gavin Bennett (Anderson-DEA), they have already raced there and will try to use the asset of this experience to catch up with Vinualès in the Championship classification. 

 

Having switched over from KZ, the Frenchman Laurent Marchandise (PVP-FPE) and the Dane Henrik Lilja (PVP-PVP) are taking a liking to Superkart competition and will get down to confirming or even improving on the excellent impression they made at Magny-Cours, which earned them their fourth and fifth places in the provisional classification. 

 

Absent from Magny-Cours for reasons of convalescence further to an operation, the Northern Irishman Trevor Roberts (Anderson-BRC) could be another serious candidate for victory, taking into account that in 2009 he had prevailed in Race 2 on this circuit of Most. Additionally, Germany’s Peter Elkmann, who competes at the wheel of a Czech chassis, and the local Driver Adam Kout, whose chassis-engine unit (MS Kart-VM) is also Czech, will be very keen to shine “at home”.

 

Thirty-six Drivers are entered in the event, which has the distinctive feature of offering more track time to Superkarts than most other meetings.

 

 

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FEDERATION > FFSA Karting

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Retenue par la CIK-FIA parmi les quelques Associations Sportives Nationales habilitées à présenter deux pilotes, la FFSA triplera ses chances de succés à l’occasion du prochain Trophée Académie. En effet, Dorian Boccolacci a été appelé aux côtés d’Esteban Ocon et Lucile Cypriano (gagnante de la sélection féminine organisée par la FIA) pour porter les couleurs tricolores à Ortona en Italie, à Essay sur notre sol et à Bahreïn.


Actuel deuxième du Championnat de France KF3 après les deux premières épreuves derrière un certain... Esteban Ocon, Dorian Boccolacci soufflera sa treizième bougie le 9 septembre prochain.
Membre du ‘Programme 10-15’ (le cursus de formation mis en place par la FFSA à l’attention des plus jeunes kartmen) pendant que son compère Ocon est quant à lui titulaire de l’Equipe de France FFSA Karting 2011, le Varois a bouclé la finale de la sélection organisée par la fédération française le 10 mai dernier en deuxième position, un rang qui lui avait alors valu alors d’être nommé premier suppléant.
Aujourd’hui titularisé, et particulièrement fier de son nouveau statut, Dorian Boccolacci bénéficiera lui aussi de l’encadrement et du suivi mis en place par la FFSA lors du Trophée Académie de la CIK-FIA 2011.

 

Lire le communiqué complet ci-dessous.

 

 

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