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On était resté sur une impression mitigée concernant les nouvelles fixations de spoiler en catégorie KZ/KZ2 à l'issue de la Winter Cup. Le meeting d'Adria, pour la WSK Gold Cup, apporte un autre éclairage. Certes le plateau était nettement moins fourni qu'à Lonato, mais le déroulement des courses et le ressenti des pilotes a bien évolué. La piste d'Adria est plus roulante que celle de South Garda Karting, c'est une évidence, les conditions météo étaient ce week-end nettement plus favorables, et on peut légitimement penser que les pilotes ont infléchi leur style en fonction de la réglementation 2015, ce qui est le but.

 

Toujours est-il, que même en relativisant à cause du nombre réduit de pilotes, 3 pénalités de 30'' pour spoiler décroché en KZ2 sur l'ensemble du week-end, cela reste peu, surtout quand on s'aprerçoit que cela n'a concerné que des pilotes qui découvraient le dispositif. Est-ce que les nouvelles fixations empêchent les dépassements en KZ/KZ2 ? Non ! Pour preuve, on a relevé sur le tour par tour plus de 80 dépassements en KZ2 sur tout le meeting. Peut-être y en aurait-il eu davantage sans cela, ce n'est impossible. Mais on avait constaté lors de la WSK Final Cup en novembre dernier, que la piste d'Adria ne proposait pas énormément d'occasions de dépasser en 125 à boîte.

 

L'observation attentive des courses et cette analyse rapide donnent le sentiment que les nouvelles fixations de spoiler remplissent leur mission sans dénaturer vraiment le déroulement des courses KZ/KZ2 comme on a pu l'entendre récemment ici ou là. A confirmer...

 

 

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The WSK Gold Cup KF-Junior Final looked very promising with Clement Novalak (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Christian Lundgaard (Tony Kart / Vortex) on the front row. However Kush Maini (Tony Kart / Vortex) drove lap 1 ahead of Lundgaard, Novalak having surprisingly been pushed out at the second corner. After having problems getting his engine started, Artem Petrov (DR / TM) took 3rd position in front of Logan Sargeant (FA Kart / Vortex). Novalak then moved up to 5th position ahead of Zahar Slutskiy (DR / TM) and Ivan Shvestov (Tony Kart / Vortex).


Lundgaard attacked Maini attack for the lead on lap 5 and Petrov followed in second place on the next lap. Charles Milesi (Tony Kart / Vortex) lost places in the fight, while Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer (Tony Kart / Vortex) regained ground. Sargeant took third and then second behind Lundgaard. In 16th, Gilles Magnus (Parolin / TM) pushed to regain places. While Lundgaard took off, fighting raged for second position between Maini and Sargeant, with Novalak stuck in 4th position.


Shvestov joined in the fight in the final laps. Lundgaard won without surprise, nearly 4 seconds ahead. Shvestov didn't finish, Maini crossed the line in second position ahead of Sargeant, Petrov, Novalak, Slutskiy and Kenny Roosens (Kosmic / Parilla) 7th. 10th position went to Milesi, 11th for Simmenauer for Milane Petelet in 31st (Kosmic / Parilla).

 

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Flavio Camponeschi (Tony Kart / Vortex) overtook Marco Ardigo (Tony Kart / Vortex) on the second lap of the KZ2 final of the WSK Gold Cup at Adria, while Jonathan Thonon (Praga / Parilla) took 3rd place against Jorge Pescador (Praga / Parilla). Lorenzo Camplese (Formula K / Parilla) attacked Jorrit Pex (Intrepid / TM) to gain 5th place. Thonon attacked Ardigo on lap 4 and took second, four tenths behind Camponeschi. Camplese passed Pescador on lap 6, while Stan Pex (Intrepid / TM) passed his older brother. Camplese tried to do the same to the world champion who was not intimidated. He passed later, although Ardigo tried to close the doors.


At the halfway point, Thonon's pressure on Camponeschi was increasing somewhat, but the Tony Kart driver had the resources to hold him off. Bas Lammers (Praga / Parilla) then passed Stan Pex to take 6th position. The order was stable, apart from Lammers who overtook Pescador on lap 15.

Camponechi won against Thonon, with Camplese 3rd. The final suspense came from Lammers, who set the fastest time in the wheeltracks of Ardigo who stayed fourth on the line. With one more lap, things could have changed.

 

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International > WSK

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Skaras and Johnsen didn't start on the grid and had to start from the pits. Alexander Vartanyan (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Max Fewtrell (FA Kart / Vortex) crashed into the first right at Adria immediately after the start of the KF final. Nicklas Nieslen (Tony Kart / Vortex) led ahead of Karol Basz (Kosmic / Vortex) and Marcus Armstrong (Tony Kart / Vortex), Casper Roes (FA Kart / Vortex) was 4th and Martijn Van Leeuwen (CRG / TM) 5th. Armstrong dropped to 5th, Van Leeuwen passed Roes for third. Nielsen and Basz got away. There was a big gain for Tom Joyner (Zanardi / Parilla) who was already 10th on lap 5. Jakub Kadlcak (Tony Kart / TM) was 5th, Maxime Potty (Kosmic / Vortex) 8th, but Benjamin Lessennes (Zanardi / Parilla) dropped to 22nd.


Basz attacked Nielsen in the eighth of the 20 laps of the race and took the lead, with Armstrong was fourth behind Van Leeuwen. Fewtrell was up to 15th, Juan Correa (Energy / TM) 16th and Vartanyan 17th. Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart / Vortex) retired again. The top two had a 3'' gap from their pursuers, and no let up from the pressure. Starting from the back of the grid, Richard Verschoor (Exprit / Vortex) was into the top 10 on lap 13. Despite his fastest time, Nielsen was unable to attack and Basz won. Van Leeuwen finished 3rd, Armstrong 4th, Joyner 5th by gaining over 21 places. Potty was 8th at the end, Lessennes 13th and Alexandre Gadois (Kosmic / Parilla) 18th.

 

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The newly homologated engines in 60 Mini have changed the hierarchy of the engines, but not for the drivers. Leonardo Marseglia (CRG / TM) took pole in front of Dennis Hauger (CRG / TM). The positions were reversed during the heats, with Hauger passing Marseglia and Lachlan Hughes (Birel / Parilla) in 3rd position ahead of the returning Luca Giardelli (Tony Kart / TM), Alberto Negro (Top Kart / TM) and Guiseppe Fusco, still faithful to his Tony Kart / LKE.


Hauger then won the Prefinal A ahead of Hughes, who set the fastest time, Mattia Michelotto (Energy / Parilla), Negro and Luigi Coluccio (Tony Kart / Vortex) continued his recovery after missing qualifying. In Prefinal B Marseglia won after a good battle with Fusco, with Giardelli in 3rd place by only 26 thousandths and the fastest on the track.


Marseglia struggled and dropped back in the final and the duel started immediately between Hauger and Hughes who were already ahead of Fusco, Negro, Coluccio and Marseglia, while others were struggling to keep up the pace. Hauger gradually got away from Hughes, and Marseglia took control of the chasing pack at halfway. Hauger continued to widen the gap and won by nearly 2" ahead of Hughes, Marseglia caught up with the third best time, and Fusco was 4th, Negro 5th.

 

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