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The KF1 drivers did not forget to move their karts on the grid so as not to remain stuck on the track at the start. Nyck De Vries did not start for the second consecutive time. The battery was not strong enough to start the engine. His machine was carried to the official repair area and he finally manages to start a long way behind the field.

 

Ignazio D'Agosto (Tony Kart / Vortex) was in the lead, closely followed by Yu Kanamaru (Tony Kart / Vortex), Alexander Albon (Intrepid / TM) was third then Flavio Camponeschi (Tony Kart / Vortex), Rémy Degufffroy (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Karol Basz (RK / TM). Pakari, Suninen and Roussel crashed and gave up. Albon was in the dust in the middle of the circuit.

 

Kanamaru was the first from Camponeschi. Anthoine Hubert (Sodi / Parilla) was well placed in sixth position behind Tereza Gromanova (Kosmic / Vortex). There was a warning for D'Agosto. There were four Tony Karts in the lead, followed by Hubert. De Vries was 16th. The battle for second place between Camponeschi and D'Agosto. Albon was preparing to attack Gromanova for sixth place. De Vries attacked Groman and Gromanova who replied, and he definitely came up against resistance from Zdenek. Hubert defended perfectly against Albon's recovery.

 

In mid-race, the leaders were still Kanamaru, D'Agosto, Camponeschi, Deguffroy and Hubert. The excitement may come from the rise of De Vries, which is nothing new, although he seemed less dominant than on Saturday. Hubert was close to his compatriot Deguffroy. Last lap. Hubert threatened Deguffroy and passed for fourth under braking at the hairpin. Would De Vries be be able to pass Lock? Yes, but only at the last corner.

 

Victory went t the Japanese driver Yu Kanamaru before the Italians Camponeschi and D'Agosto then two French, Hubert and Deguffroy who completed the top five ahead of Albon and De Vries.

 

 

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Tanart Sathienthirakul (Tony Kart / TM) and Sami Luka (Energy / TM) were on the front row of the prefinal in KF2 at Zuera while the wind raged on the Spanish track. It was a good start for the Thai at Kartronix, followed by Antonio Giovinazzi, Egor Orudshev, Carlos Gil and Sami Luka. On the second lap, Victor Sendin overtook two drivers at once and took sixth, in eighth Pascal Belmaaziz was undergoing some attacks and ended up 13th. Gil went to third from Orudshev who was in turn closely followed by Luka.

 

At the halfway point, the positions were stable at the front with significant differences now between the top 3. Luka came after Orudshev and Sendin and also took the opportunity to take fifth. The top 7 were now well separated. A group led by Spinelli and Rudakov were fighting, while Michelle Gatting watched closely. Belmaaziz returned to form in 12th place. Spinelli lost 2 places to the benefit of Gatting and Belmaaziz.

 

Last lap. Victory was assured for at Sathienthirakul from Giovinazzi, Gil, Sendin in fourth and Luka fifth voluntarily.

 

 

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Starting from pole, Olsen got away slowly enough to interfere with Verstappen. Both drivers came off at the first right and lost a lot of time, which could be decisive for the championship. Hansson took the lead, Boccolacci took an impressive third position on the second lap then on the next lap Helgheim took control at the expense of Hansson.

 

The top 2 escaped while the battle raged behind them. Scott and Russell took third and fourth places. On lap 5 5, Boccolacci attacked Helgheim at the hairpin at the bottom of the circuit and he made a mistake a little later, leaving the second place to Russell from Hansson.

 

Ocon was in around 17th and Verstappen was 20th. The fight was for second place now, Boccolacci having assured an lead of more than a second. He won well ahead of Russell and Scott gave the impression of missing the last lap. Nielsen was fourth, Hansson fifth. Besancenez was 8th until he unfortunately fell to 31st place. Ocon was 12th, Verstappen 16th.

 

 

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International > World Karting Championship

24/07/11 - 10:46

De Vries on pole again

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The Zuera track was a bit slower on Sunday morning for the timed qualifying for KF1. The strong winds from the Northwest might be responsible. This did not stop Nyck De Vries (Zanardi / Parilla) from taking pole position with 1.00.022 in front of five karts from the Tony Kart family: Yu Kanamaru by 15/100, then Ignazio D'Agosto, Rémy Deguffroy fourth, then Guillaume De Ridder and Tereza Gromanova. Alexander Albon (Intrepid / TM) was in eighth position, is less fast than the day before, just ahead of Anthoine Hubert (Sodi / Parilla) and Flavio Camponeschi (Tony Kart / Vortex).

 

 

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International > CIK-FIA European Championship

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Ce samedi de course à Zuera a permis à quelques pilotes français de se mettre en valeur. En championnat d'Europe, les manches qualificatives ont confirmé l'excellente forme de Pascal Belmaaziz et de son DR/Parilla KF2, classés 5ème et victorieux d'une course. En KF3, Dorian Boccolacci (Birel/BMB) pointe au 8ème rang devant Valentin Moineault (Sodi/Parilla) et Paolo Besancenez (Sodi/Parilla).

 

Dans la 2ème épreuve du championnat du monde KF1, Rémy Deguffroy (Tony Kart/Vortex) se régale et bataille avec les meilleurs. Il termine 7ème et 5ème des deux courses. Léo Roussel (Sodi/Parilla) rentre 9ème de la course 1 et Anthoine Hubert (Sodi/Parilla) 9ème de la course 2.

 

En KF2, Victor Sendin (Tony Kart/Vortex) est pointé 9ème au classement intermédiaire avec un bon potentiel de progression dans les phases finales - 4ème, 3ème et 2ème dans l'après-midi - John Filippi (Exprit/Vortex) s'est montré rapide et décomplexé en 20ème position et Victor Compère (FA Kart/Vortex) obtient sa qualification à la force du poignet en 29ème place. Grosse déception pour Enzo Guibbert qui avait axé sa saison sur cette épreuve et qui a renoncé après deux premières manches pour le moins difficiles. Andréa Pizzitola n'a pas non plus été gâté: l'agressivité de certains adversaires l'a pénalisé lourdement. Même chose pour Freddy Martins (RK/TM) et le malheureux Nicolas Gonzalès (CRG/Maxter). Antoine Lepesqueux (Sodi/Parilla) n'a jamais eu les moyens de défendre ses chances dans cette rude catégorie et Vincent Fraïsse (Intrepid/TM) a joué de malchance.

 

Chez les juniors, Esteban Ocon (FA Kart/Vortex) a haussé progressivement le ton pour se qualifier en 18ème position. 32ème, Etienne Mordret (Zanardi/Parilla) était tout heureux d'accéder aux finales pour sa 1ère participation au sortir de la catégorie minime: il a emmagasiné une bonne expérience dans les pelotons. Manque de réussite pour les 3 pilotes TKF Benjamin Gérard, Simon Tirman et Valentin Naud, malmenés après des chronos lointains, un problème qui a également affecté les pilotes Sodi Florian Latorre et Hubert Petit.

 

 

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