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Starting perfectly, Marco Ardigo (Tony Kart / Vortex) was immediately ahead of the KZ2 Final of the WSK Champions Cup. The rain stopped, but the Adria track remained slippery, especially off the racing line. Paolo De Conto (CRG / Maxter) quickly yielded to Alexander Schmitz (Tony Kart / Vortex), then Rick Dreezen (Ricciardo / Parilla). Coming from the back of the grid, Jonathan Thonon (Praga / Parilla) didn't hesitate to gain places. Stan Pex (CRG / Vortex) didn't complete a lap. Manic, Dreezen took 2nd place on lap 7, but Ardigo was already close to 3'' ahead. De Conto gained the strength to recover its position, and Patrik Hajek (Kosmic / Vortex) took the opportunity to sneak 3rd ahead of Dreezen but this just gave the leader more free rein. Meanwhile, Jorrit Pex (CRG / Vortex) and Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart / Vortex) fought for 7th place behind Lorenzo Camplese (Parolin / TM).


After the halfway point, the gap had appreciably tightened between Ardigo and De Conto. The Tony Kart driver was not having an easy time because of severe pain in the back and ribs since the start of the meeting. But he courageously defended and De Conto dropped to 4th in a slip with Hajek. Dreezen was increasingly threatening towards the end and De Conto was soon to join the fight for the win. Ardigo had to settle for 3rd place, De Conto sneaked past again ahead of Dreezen and won the race on the last lap. Pex was 4th, Camplese 5th.



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The Czech Dan Skocdopole (CRG / TM) opened the hostilities in 60 Mini with the pole position of the 2016 WSK Champions Cup at Adria. He then maintained his advantage in the qualifying heats against the Italian Michael Barbaro Paparo (Formula K / TM), while the Polish Tymoteusz Kucharczyk (Tony Kart / TM) came back to 3rd position. Skocdopole won Prefinal A in front of the Estonian Paul Aron (Tony Kart / TM), with Paparo winning Prefinal B ahead of Italy's Francesco Pizzi (Energy / IAME). In the Final, Paparo took the lead ahead of Skocdopole who was being attacked by Pizzi. After the application of penalties, Kucharczyk finished in 3rd place ahead of Leonardo Caglioni (Evokart / TM) and Luigi Coluccio (Tony Kart / Vortex) with Paparo winning by more than 5'' ahead of Pizzi with the fastest lap.


In the French clan, the three drivers present were rookies. Loris Cabirou, not spared from conflict at the start of the meeting after 57th in Qualufying, made amends in a superb Prefinal A, 10th with 16 places gained on a wet track and finished the 10th in the Final, a very encouraging position. Evann Mallet (CRG / TM) started with 30th in Qualifying and regained no less than 10 places in Prefinal B. He lost some ground in the Final but still finished his performance with 15th. Things were more complicated for the youngest Benjamin Cartery (Formula K / TM) 76th in the heats for his first attempt in 60 Mini.




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It as a difficult first lap for some drivers in the Final, as the OK-Junior is not too forgiving of mistakes in the rain. Caio Collet (Birel ART / Parilla) managed to start after a while as Charles Milesi (Tony Kart / Vortex) led the race in front of Fin Kenneally (FA Kart / Vortex). But Timothy Peisselon (FA Kart / Vortex) quickly seized 2nd position and Kiern Jewiss (Ricciardo / Parilla) in 3rd. Ulysses De Pauw (ART Birel / Parilla), Ivan Shvetsov (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Rasmus Lindh (Ricciardo / Parilla) lost a lot of ground on the first lap.


Thomas Mialane (Energy / TM) was running 16th after a good start, Franck Chappard (Kosmic / Vortex) 19th and Milan Petelet (Praga / Parilla), after a bad start 20th. Peter Ptacek (Formula K / Parilla) retired prematurely. Peisselon brilliantly took the lead at halfway while Sami Taoufik (FA Kart / Vortex) regained ground in the pack. Milesi had to give up 2nd place to Jewiss after five laps. Shvetsov managed to break into the top 10 before retiring, but De Pauw was down in 11th. Jewiss closed back on the leader in the last three laps and crept past on the last lap when Peisselon slightly opened the door. Kenneally took 3rd place in front Milesi and Pavel Bulantsev (Tony Kart / Vortex). There were a good recoveries for Alessandro Brigati (Exprit / TM) 10th (+ 14p) and Mialane 12th (+ 13p). Petelet finished 14th and Chappard 15th (+ 11p).



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Penalties for dislodged spoilers significantly altered the outcome of the OK Prefinals. In the A, Christian Lundgaard (Energy / TM) took 1st position ahead of Paavo Tonteri (CRG / Parilla), Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart / Vortex), Tom Joyner (Zanardi / Parilla) and Bent Viscaal (Tony Kart / Vortex) were punished as were Martijn Van Leeuwen (Birel ART / Parilla) and Clement Novalak (Tony Kart / Vortex) in the B.


The race began with a superb battle for the lead with Lundgaard then Logan Sargeant (FA Kart / Vortex) in control with Karol Basz (Kosmic / Vortex) in the role of the hunter, then Joyner, with a very good start, and Flavio Camponeschi (CRG / Parilla) fighting for 4th place. Viscaal came back strongly in 9th place. Eight karts were stopped on the edge of the track, including those of Lucas Légeret (Birel ART / Parilla) and Novalak, joined later by Benjamin Lessenes (Kosmic / Parilla). Tonteri returned to 5th while Basz was trying to reduce the gap with the leader Sargeant. Also penalised in the Prefinal, Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer (Tony Kart / Vortex) gained 11 places to 13th position.


Sargeant continued to increase his lead over Basz, although isolated in 2nd place. In contrast, Camponeschi, Tonteri and Nielsen and regrouped behind Lundgaard for four laps. The young Danish driver nicely manages to control the threat from Camponeschi and held 3rd place at the checkered flag, while Sargeant had established a 3'' ahead of Basz.



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It was raining again at Adria for the OK-Junior Prefinals at the WSK Champions Cup. Ivan Shvetsov (Tony Kart / Vortex) immediately took control of Prefinal A, while Peter Ptacek (Formula K / Parilla), who started from 11th position, gave his all to take 2nd place from Pavel Bulantsev (Tony Kart /Vortex). But the Czech driver fell to 6th place due to a spoiler penalty. Ulysses De Pauw (Birel ART / Parilla) was in 4th position ahead of Frederik Vesti (Exprit / Vortex) and finally passed Bulantsev to recover 2nd position.


Leonardo Marseglia (Tony Kart / Vortex) didn't complete a lap, and Dmitry Bogdanov (FA Kart / Vortex) made a mistake. Milan Petelet (Praga / Parilla) perfectly completed his mission with a climb of 14 places that led to 8th position. Franck Chappard (Kosmic / Vortex) showed great consistency by finishing 13th and Gillian Henrion (Kosmic / Vortex) finished 17th before being demoted to 19th because of a spoiler penalty. After a bad start, Theo Nouet (Energy / TM) fought like crazy to win back 13 places and narrowly failed to qualify in 20th position at the finish line.




There was a great fight between Charles Milesi (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Sami Taoufik (FA Kart / Vortex) at the start of Prefinal B. Rasmus Lindh (Ricciardo / Parilla) was trying to contain the onslaught on Fin Kenneally (FA Kart / Vortex) but in vain and Caio Collet (Birel ART / Parilla) and Timothy Peisselon (FA Kart / Vortex) struggled with Alessandro Giardelli (Tony Kart / LKE) for 6th. Victor Martins had some difficult first laps and Theo Pourchaire gave up after two laps.


Peisselon attacked Lindh then Collet for 4th place, while Thomas Mialane (Energy / TM) was close to qualifying. At the front Milesi attacked Taoufik then Kenneally passed both of them. Martins managed to recover after a spin but retired soon after. Kenneally won, Milesi finished 2nd, Taoufik 10th with a 10'' penalty, so Peisselon took 3rd position. There was a great recovery for Noah Watt (Tony Kart / Vortex) in 9th place, and Mialane managed to take a superb 13th position with some penalties distributed in front of him.


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