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International > WSK Master Series

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Beautiful race suspense, the pre KF saw domaination Felice Tiene (CRG / Parilla) winner by more than 3 seconds while the battle was fierce behind him. First Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Karol Basz (Kosmic / Vortex) battled ahead of Alexander Vartanyan (Tony Kart / Vortex), before Marcus Armstrong (Tony Kart / Vortex) came back. The fastest man on the track, Nielsen managed to get back in to 3rd position. Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart / Vortex) made a comeback in 4th position ahead of Vartanyan, while Basz lost out on the last lap, finishing 12th.

 

 

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Although Logan Sargeant (FA Kart / Vortex) won against Kush Maini (Tony Kart / Vortex), the Indian remains the strong class leader after the qualifying heats. Felipe Drugovich (Kosmic / Vortex) also retains his 2nd place while Sun Yu Yang (FA Kart / Vortex) went as planned in 3rd ahead of Ulysse De Pauw (BirelART / Parilla) and Artem Petrov (DR / TM). Timothy Peisselon (BirelART / Parilla) with his helmet in the colours of Jules Bianchi continued his exemplary progress in 9th position and Charles Milesi (Tony Kart / Vortex) is 11th. Ahead of David Vidales (Energy / TM), Noah Watt (FA Kart / Vortex) finishes with two wins with Sargeant 14th.

 

 

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International > CIK-FIA Asia-Pacific Championships

26/04/15 - 09:55

Takahashi vainqueur à Sugo

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Le duel entre Ritomo Miyata (Exprit/TM/Dunlop) et Haruyuki Takahashi (Tony Kart/Vortex/B'stone) a culminé au cours des phases finales du Championnat Asie Pacifique KF sur le circuit japonais de Sugo. Takahashi s'est imposé aussi bien en préfinale qu'en finale, menant les deux courses de bout en bout en signant le meilleur temps de la préfinale. Miyata était dominé par Turbo Asahi (Exprit/TM/Dunlop) pour la 2e place de la préfinale, mais revenait sur Takahashi dans les derniers tours de la finale, avec le meilleur tour en course. Déception du côté du jeune espoir Kakunshin Ota (Super Winforce/Parilla/B'stone), revenu dans le top 10 en préfinale, qui a dû abandonner en finale.

 

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Takahashi occupe la 1ère place au classement provisoire du championnat avec 34 points, mais Miyata n'est pas loin en 2e position avec ses 30 points, tandis qu'Asahi occupe le 3e rang.

 

 

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International > WSK Master Series

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Saranno le due gare di Prefinale e Finale, al Circuito Internazionale Napoli di Sarno (SA), a dire l'ultima parola sulle classifiche della WSK Super Master Series, che con la giornata finale di domani chiuderà il suo circuito di quattro appuntamenti del karting internazionale. Dalle manche di qualifica odierne alcuni degli outsider hanno guadagnato le zone alte degli schieramenti di partenza, stilati per le gare decisive di domani. C'è perciò da attendersi che qualcuno degli inseguitori nelle classifiche diventi domani l'ago della bilancia, nel momento culmine delle Finali. Niente di meglio per rendere ancora più appetibile lo spettacolo, che si potrà seguire anche in video, attraverso il live streaming proposto da WSK Promotion dal suo sito ufficiale www.wsk.it. Domani mattina, a partire dal via delle Prefinali, le battaglie in pista in diretta web daranno l'ultima evoluzione alle classifiche, che in serata avranno finalmente definito i vincitori di stagione. Il circuito campano prepara così una doppia festa per i vincitori: al podio di fine gara, per ognuna delle categorie KZ2, KF, KFJ e 60 Mini, farà seguito la proclamazione dei vincitori finali, nell'area hospitality di WSK Promotion.

 

Camponeschi leader per un soffio in KZ2.

Due successi in KZ2 per il romano Flavio Camponeschi (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega), contro una vittoria del suo compagno di team, il bresciano Marco Ardigò. Nel ranking delle penalità, concluso ex-aequo dai due, determinante per Camponeschi è stato il miglior tempo in prova ottenuto ieri. Ardigò, leader di classifica, partirà domani in prima fila nella Prefinale, accanto però a Camponeschi che scatterà dalla pole position. Il francese Anthony Abbasse (Sodi-TM), che insegue Ardigò, partirà dalla seconda fila, con accanto il trevigiano Paolo De Conto (CRG-Maxter).


Nielsen è il piu' vincente in KF.

Nella volata finale il danese Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega) va in vantaggio, conquistando la Pole Position nella Prefinale grazie a due successi di manche. L'altra vittoria è andata al più veloce nelle prove, il russo Alex Vartanyan (Tony Kart-Vortex), terzo in classifica e ancora in lizza per il successo finale. Il polacco Karol Basz (Kosmic-Vortex), capoclassifica insidiato da Nielsen, scatterà in seconda fila, affiancato dal napoletano Felice Tiene (CRG-Parilla).


Maini ci prova in KF Junior.

L'indiano Kush Maini (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega) è l'unico ad aver concluso la giornata con due vittorie di manche. Un successo a testa è stato ottenuto dallo svedese Isac Blomqvist (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega), dal brasiliano Felipe Drugovich (Kosmic-Vortex), dai danesi Christian Lundgaard (Tony Kart-Vortex) e Noah Watt (FA-Vortex), dal russo Artem Petrov (DR-TM) e dal venezuelano Sebastian Wabeh (Exprit-Vortex). Solo piazzamenti per l'inglese Clement Novalak (Tony Kart-Vortex), leader di classifica, in attesa delle ultime due manche di domani mattina.


Muller e Fusco in pole nella 60 Mini.

Con due successi di manche il monzese Mattia Muller (Energy-TM-Vega) si aggiudica la Pole Position nella Prefinale A, affiancato in prima fila dal romano Federico Cecchi (Tony Kart-TM-Vega), autore a sua volta di una vittoria. Nella Prefinale B partiranno in prima fila il napoletano Giuseppe Fusco (Tony Kart-TM-Vega), anche lui con un successo che gli consente di conquistare la Pole, e il leccese Rocco Negro (Top Kart-TM-Vega).

 

 

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Car > Renault Sport

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Two pole positions, two victories and a fastest race lap sum up the Saturday of Louis Delétraz (Josef Kaufmann Racing) at Motorland Aragón. The BMW Motorsport Junior driver won race one ahead of the member of the McLaren Young Driver Development Programme Ben Barnicoat (Fortec Motorsports) and member of the French FFSA Circuit Team Anthoine Hubert (Tech 1 Racing). The son of the former F1 driver then did it again in race two ahead of team mate Kevin Jörg, making it a Josef Kaufmann Racing one-two finish and Dennis Olsen (Manor MP Motorsport). The Swiss driver leads the way in the general classification.

 

Saturday morning, Louis Delétraz became the first pole winner of the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season in taking both top spots with lap times of 1:55.776 and 1:55.868.

 

First for Louis Delétraz

When the lights went out, Louis Delétraz held on to the lead against Ben Barnicoat, Dennis Olsen, Kevin Jörg and Anthoine Hubert. Making the most of the battle amongst his pursuers, the Swiss driver pulled away while the Norwegian dropped to sixth place. Kevin Jörg also lost two positions against Anthoine Hubert and Matevos Isaakyan (JD Motorsport).

 

Controlling his lead, Louis Delétraz won in front of Ben Barnicoat and Anthoine Hubert. The leading trio was followed by Matevos Isaakyan, Kevin Jörg and Dennis Olsen. Ignazio D'Agosto (Manor MP Motorsport) moved up to seventh place after overtaking Jake Hughes (Koiranen GP) on lap three. Simon Gachet (Tech 1 Racing) and Jack Aitken (Koiranen GP) completed the top ten. The best placed rookie, Harrison Scott (AVF) finished 12th.

 

Delétraz doubles up

With a perfect getaway, Louis Delétraz maintained his advantage from Kevin Jörg, who was in a fight with Dennis Olsen and Matevos Isaakyan, while fifth place Anthoine Hubert was surprised by Ben Barnicoat. In the heart of a very animated field, Simon Gachet's accident brought out the safety car on lap two.

Not troubled at the re-start, Louis Delétraz managed the gap to his team mate and took his second triumph of the day. Dennis Olsen completed the podium ahead of Matevos Isaakyan, Ben Barnicoat, Anthoine Hubert and Jake Hughes. Jack Aitken, Ignazio D'Agosto and Lasse Sørensen (Manor MP Motorsport), top rookie, all finished in the points.

 

Louis Delétraz : "It's a good start to the season. I took my third and fourth consecutive pole positions, then two victories. The starts are always difficult, but today they were good. With Kevin behind me on the re-start in race two, there was a little pressure but I managed to conserve my speed to create a gap. This is my first season in the Eurocup, but my third in Formula Renault 2.0. I have to be fast and I know I have the speed and I must continue on !"

 

Ben Barnicoat : "I had a pretty eventful race ! I had a hard time getting going again before being under pressure from Dennis Olsen. Then, Jörg made the most of my draft, while Louis was too far ahead for me to take advantage of his draft. We struggled here during winter testing, so this is a good start to the season !"

 

Dennis Olsen : "The battle with Louis in qualifying was very tight and it was a shame not to be on the podium in race 1. Unfortunately, I couldn't find an opening despite getting good starts. What is essential is that we have the potential to get the pole tomorrow and I hope the result will follow !"

 

Provisional general classification : 1. L. Delétraz - 50 points, 2ex. B. Barnicoat et K. Jörg - 28, 4. M. Isaakyan - 24, 5ex. A. Hubert and D. Olsen - 23, ...

 

Race 1 results - Race 2 results

 

 

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