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Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG / Parilla) immediately attacked Marta Garcia Lopez (Evokart / Parilla) under braking to take the lead in the OK Prefinal. Ben Hanley (Croc Promotions / TM) took 2nd place on the next lap, Tom Joyner (Zanardi / Parilla) took 4th place and Karol Basz (Kosmic / Vortex) 5th. On lap 4, Joyner, Basz and Lorenzo Travisanutto (Tony Kart / Vortex) all passed Garcia. Then Hanley and Joyner attacked Hiltbrand. Logan Sargeant (FA Kart / Vortex) upped the pace in the pack to take 7th position. Joyner increased the pressure on Hanley in the final laps of the race, and the two Britons distanced Hiltbrand. Hanley won ahead of Joyner and Hiltbrand, Basz finished 4th, Garcia 5th.


This information relates to the direct running of the race, without prejudice to any subsequent penalties applied.

 

 

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Emil Heyerdahl (NOR) in 3rd and Ang Alvis (SGP) in 5th crashed on the formation lap of the Prefinal and couldn't start. Xavier Handsaeme (BEL) and Alfred Nilsson (SWE) were in control on the first lap ahead of Ruben Sabater (ESP) and Callum Bradshaw (GBR). There was a great recovery in 7th position for Maciej Szyszko (POL), Thomas Imbourg (FRA) moved up to 9th and Thomas Mialane (FRA) 10th. Bradshaw slowly closed on the leader halfway through, Nilsson took 3rd position from Sabater, Kasparas Vaskelis (LTU) 5th and Mads Hansen Eielso (DNK) 6th. Jagger Jones (USA) made a big gain of 13 positions to 15th. Bradshaw attacked Handsaeme on the penultimate lap and resisted the young Belgian. Imbourg finished 8th and Mialane 13th behind Elias Goldstein (BEL).

 

This information relates to the direct running of the race, without prejudice to any subsequent penalties applied.

 

 

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A few isolated clouds were not enough to remove the words "good weather" for this Prefinals this morning on the Portimao circuit. The temperature rose as the sun reached its height, but the usual light wind tempered the heat.

 

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At exactly 11:05, the first prefinalists in OK-Junior were released onto the 1531m of the Portuguese circuit. Fin Kenneally (FA Kart / Vortex) led the way from Noah Watt (Tony Kart / Vortex) ahead of Victor Martins (Kosmic / Parilla) who grabbed the lead on the second lap. Teddy Wilson (CRG / Parilla) made a good start to reach 4th place ahead of Gillian Henrion (Kosmic / Vortex) and Isac Blomqvist (Tony Kart / Vortex). It was already over for Milane Petelet (Praga / TM) and Niklas Kruetten (FA Kart / Vortex). Charles Milesi (Tony Kart / Vortex) lost further places to 27th. Theo Nouet (Energy / TM) drove a beautiful early race to 18th with 12 places gained in front of William Bertrand (Tony Kart / Vortex).

 

Martins took off first, followed by Wilson and Watt, then Kenneally and Blomqvist by a few lengths. The duel between Watt and Kenneally benefited Blomqvist and Henrion. A collision eliminated Milesi and other drivers but Martins was well ahead of Wilson, then Watt 3rd. The fight was intense all the way in the chasing group. Kenneally recovered 4th position, followed by Blomqvist and Caio Collet (ART Birel / Parilla), but Henrion fell from 5th to 12th.


Oscar Piastri (FA Kart / Vortex) took the lead on the first lap of Prefinal 2 ahead of Bin Abdul Gafar Mizzuddin Musyaffa (DR / TM) and Sami Taoufik (FA Kart / Vortex). Kiern Jewiss (Exprit / Vortex) took 4th then 3rd, Dennis Hauger (CRG / Parilla) was in 5th ahead of Guido Moggia (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Theo Pourchaire (Kosmic / Vortex), and Adam Eteki (Tony Kart / Vortex) entered the top 10. Piastri and Mizzuddin Musyaffa slightly outpaced Jewiss, Hauger attacked Taoufik for 4th position, Antonio Serravalle (CRG / Parilla) was now 6th from Ville Uitto (Tony Kart / Vortex). Eteki reached 8th and Pierre-Louis Chovet (CRG / Parilla) 14th, while Pourchaire was in the battle for 17th position. Piastri won against Mizzuddin, Jewiss narrowly retained 3rd place ahead of Hauger, Taoufik and Serravalle. Ulysses De Pauw (Birel ART / Parilla) finished 18th overall in his difficult comeback from 28th position, and unfortunately Pourchaire finished 22nd.


This information relates to the direct running of the race, without prejudice to any subsequent penalties applied.

 

 

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Evenement National > FFSA Karting

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Déjà leader à l'issue des manches de qualification en X30 Super, Kevin Breysse (Praga) a gagné ses quatre manches en X30 Senior. Il restait deux courses à disputer en début de matinée. Breysse en a donc remporté une, Yann Bouvier (FA Kart) remportant l'autre, ce qui lui a permis de se hisser en 3e position au général juste derrière l'excellent Giacomo Napolitano (Tony Kart).


Aurélien Marion (Sodi) a fini en beauté son parcours en qualification en terminant 2e de la manche D/E devant Corentin Collignon (Kosmic), Victor Compère (Kosmic) l'imitant dans la manche B/C malgré un Benjamin Salvatore (Tony Kart) toujours dans le coup.

 

 

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International > CIK WSK Promotion

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È stata una complessa giornata di qualifiche quella odierna, per i 152 piloti in gara al Campionato Europeo CIK-FIA di Portimao (P), alle prese con prove ufficiali e manche eliminatorie nella penultima tappa di stagione. Prima la prestazione secca sul giro, poi il massimo rendimento in gara, sono stati i due obiettivi dei piloti delle categorie OK e OK Junior e del CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy,giunti da 46 Paesi diversi di tutto il mondo, per guadagnare la migliore posizione di partenza nelle Prefinali di domani. I risultati propongono, ancora una volta, i nomi più interessanti del vivaio mondiale del Motorsport, evidenziando piacevoli sorprese. Premesse che fanno crescere l'attesa per la diretta video di domani, quando a partire dalle 10:15, con la presentazione dei piloti, i canali cikfia.tv e cikfiachampionship.com diffonderanno le immagini dell'intera giornata di gare.

 

Scatto in avanti per Marta Garcia in OK.
A modificare i piani di chi è impegnato nella corsa al titolo OK è intervenuta la quindicenne di Valencia Marta Garcia (EvoKart-Parilla-Vega), che stamattina ha segnato il giro più veloce in prova prima di conquistare, nel pomeriggio, entrambe le manche di qualifica. Una prestazione maiuscola quella della teenager spagnola che sale in pole position nella Prefinale, con accanto a sé l'inglese Ben Hanley (Croc-TM), autore di un secondo e di un terzo posto. Si conferma in ottima forma lo spagnolo Pedro Hiltband (CRG-Parilla), che si qualifica in seconda fila. Accanto a lui è il leader di classifica, il polacco Karol Basz (Kosmic-Vortex), che vede sempre più agguerriti gli avversari intorno a sé, tutti ben piazzati nella corsa al titolo europeo.

 

Kenneally attacca in OK Junior.
Dal quarto posto in classifica OKJ, il britannico Finlay Kenneally (FA Kart-Vortex-Vega) parte all'attacco e va in pole con tre vittorie di manche. Lo affianca in prima fila nella Prefinale 1 il francese Gillian Henrion (Kosmic-Vortex), ottimo outsider. La prefinale 2 vede in pole l'australiano Oscar Piastri (FA Kart-Vortex) con accanto il suo compagno di team, il marocchino Sami Taoufik. Deve già difendersi il danese Noah Watt (Tony Kart-Vortex), leader provvisorio, che dovrà scattare dalla seconda fila in Prefinale 1, alle spalle di Kenneally. Avrà al suo fianco lo svedese Isac Blomqvist (Tony Kart-Vortex), secondo in classifica.

 

Sorpresa Handsaeme in Academy Trophy.
Il belga Xavier Handsaeme vince due manche in Academy Trophy e va in pole spiazzando il leader di classifica, l'inglese Callum Bradshaw, al quale resta il secondo posto in prima fila. Lo svedese Alfred Nilsson e il norvegese Emil Heyerdahl salgono in seconda fila, anche loro intenzionati a rimontare il capoclassifica. 

 

 

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