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Le beau temps se maintient sur le circuit d'Angerville pour la dernière finale du jour, celle des KF3. On imagine que les équipes ont travaillé pour faire la différence après une préfinale où les pilotes sont restés très proches les uns des autres. Hubert Petit (Sodi/Parilla) part en tête, mais Dorian Boccolacci (Birel/BMB) se faufile dès le 2ème virage aux commandes de la course, et Esteban Ocon (FA Kart/Vortex) s'installe aussitôt à la 4ème place. Valentin Moineault a déjà renoncé suite à un accrochage.

 

Valentin Naud (Tony Kart/Vortex) vient de reprendre la 4ème position, puis la 3ème quand Etienne Mordret (Zanardi/Parilla) chute 5ème. Pilouis Loubet (Sodi/Parilla) pointe bientôt à cette 5ème place, Mordret continue à redescendre. Ocon talonne Naud et le passe au 5ème tour. Petit reste très rapide dans le sillage du leader Boccolacci. Mordret se resaisit et remonte 6ème, meilleur tour à la clé. Parti du fond de la grille, Paolo Besancenez (Sodi/Parilla) refait son retard, 17ème au 1er tiers de la course.

 

Comme lors de la préfinale, le meilleur temps n'arrête pas de changer de main. Boccolacci hausse le rythme et se ménage une plus grande avance sur Petit, Ocon reste 3ème, mais à 0,8'' du 2ème. A la mi-course les écarts sont relativement importants entre les 4 premiers, Loubet reste proche de Naud et Mordret pas loin de Loubet. C'est donc autour de sa 4ème position qu'il pourrait y avoir de la bagarre. Ocon a divisé par deux son retard sur Petit qui ne lâche rien et fait le maximum pour conserver sa 2ème position, tandis que Boccolacci est plus tranquille à la 1ère place.

 

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Victoire nette et sans bavure de Dorian Boccolacci, auteur du meilleur meilleur tour. Esteban Ocon attque et passe Hubert Petit dans le dernier tour, au virage de la cafétéria. Naud 4ème, Loubet 5ème et Mordret 6ème.

 

 

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It was a calmer start than in pre-final for the final in KZ2 led by Thomas Mich (Birel / TM) before Julien Goupy (BRM / TM), Morgan Weber (Merlin / TM). Anthony Abbasse (Sodi / Maxter) rose through the rankings after his retirement in the prefinal and that of Tony Lavanant (PCR / TM), who had lost ground early in the race. Mathieu Gaillard (Energy / TM) tried to take 3rd place from Goupy. Meanwhile, Weber was on Mich's heels, the leader. The fight was intense though, and he did not make much change for now, as we approached the halfway point.


Abbasse returned to the top 10 by passing Charly Bizalion and Cedric Goudant. One wondered if Weber was preparing his attack for the end of the race, as he was the fastest. Abbasse was seventh at his peak, but Emilien Grosso (Intrepid / TM) was too far ahead of him to expect an improvement in his score.


Thomas Mich took a logical victory from Morgan Weber, 4.5'' in front  of Goupy, Gaillard and Fiault.

 

 

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Pascal Belmaaziz (DR / Parilla) made an excellent start in the KF2 final, ahead of Leo Roussel (Sodi / Parilla), Kenny Vermeylen (Tecno / Parilla) and Victor Sendin (Tony Kart / Vortex). Andrea Pizzitola (FA Kart / Vortex) rose quickly to third place, with Vermeylen dropping to fifth ahead of another Belgian, Sebastien De Leeuw (Tony Kart / Vortex). Roussel attacked Pizzitola, but it benefited Sendin who settled in second position, while Belmaaziz already had more than a second in the lead.


On the 5th lap Vermeylen took Pizzitola for 3rd, ahead of Roussel and John Filippi (Exprit / Vortex). Belmaaziz seemed slower this time, Sendin increased the pressure in his wake. Remy Deguffroy (Tony Kart / Vortex) was back at high speed, he was 6th in the first third of the race with the fastest lap. Sendin was slightly closer to Belmaaziz, but he was in first place and held up well. The die was cast, the victory went to Belmaaziz with Sendin 2nd, Pizzitola 3rd then Vermeylen, Deguffroy, Roussel, Gonzales and Filippi.

 

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Etienne Mordret (Zanardi/Parilla) lança-se impecavelmente para a pré-final da KF3, mas Hubert Petit (Sodi/Parilla) depressa passa para o comando da corrida. Dorian Boccolacci (Birel/BMB) aparece na 3ª posição, enquanto Paolo Besancenez (Sodi/Parilla) cai do 4º para o 9º lugar. É Valentin Moineault (Sodi/Parilla) quem recupera a 4ª posição e Esteban Ocon (FA Kart/Vortex) a 5ª. Ele não tarda a passar Moineault. As distâncias entre os 7 primeiros são bastante pequenas.

 

Ocon, titularo do melhor tempo, aproxima-se ligeiramente de Boccolacci, Mordret acelera e aproxima-se do líder, Petit, conseguindo a melhor volta. Em 6º, Simon Tirman passou o seu colega de equipa Valentin Naud (Tony Kart/Vortex). Os 4 primeiros reagrupam-se a 4 voltas do final, partilhando entre si os melhores tempos, mas a ordem mantém-se até à chegada. Vitória de Petit, na frente de Mordret, Boccolacci e Ocon, seguindo-se Moineault ligeiramente distanciado.

 

 

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Partida canhão de Mathieu Gaillard (Energy/TM), mas ele não consegue conservar muito tempo a sua vantagem na confusão. Thomas Mich (Birel/TM) passa para o comando na 1ª volta, na frente de Julien Goupy (BRM/TM), também ele com uma boa partida, Clément Da Silva (Birel/TM), Tony Lavanant (PCR/TM) e Morgan Weber (Merlin/TM). Abbasse não arranca, cabo do acelerador partido.

 

No pelotão é quente, nomeadamente entre Charly Bizalion (Intrepid/TM) e Charles Fiault (Sodi/Maxter), enquanto Gaillard tenta recuperar. As posições mantêm-se para Mich, quase a 2'' na frente de Goupy, mas Lavanant passou para 3º na frente de Da Silva e Weber. Lavanant parece mais lento, um toque origina um pião para Da Silva, Weber perseguido por Fiault, aproveita para atacar, mas Lavanant replica e protege a sua posição. Gaillard consegue ultrapassar Bizalion.

 

Nitidamente mais rápido, Weber cansa-se de permanecer atrás de Lavanant e ataca, o que também consegue Fiault na volta seguinte. Mich vence a corrida na frente de Goupy, Weber, Fiault, Lavanant e Gaillard.

 

 

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