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Dennis Hauger (CRG/Parilla) termina bem na frente da SH1, enquanto Adam Eteki (Zanardi/Parilla) matêm o 2º lugar face a Théo Pourchaire (Kosmic/Vortex), o líder do início da corrida. Rasmus Lindh (Ricciardo/Parilla) efectua um bom regresso na 4ª posição, com a melhor volta, precedendo a Clément Novalak (Tony Kart/Vortex) e Paavo Tonteri (Tony Kart/Vortex). Théo Nouet (Energy/Parilla) entra no top 10.

 

Karol Basz (Kosmic/Vortex) conquista imediatamente o 2º lugar da SH2 atrás de Lorenzo Travisanutto (Zanardi/Parilla), enquanto David Vidales (Tony Kart/Vortex), Gianluca Petecof (Tony Kart/Vortex) e David Schumacher (Tony Kart/Vortex) desaparecem num acidente. Pedro Hiltbrand (Tony Kart/Vortex) chega de seguida a segundo. Noah Milell (Kosmic/Vortex) consegue libertar-se do grupo de caça na 4ª posição, Sami Taoufik (FA Kart/Vortex) termina em 5º na frente do seu antigo colega de equipa Finlay Kenneally (Energy/Vortex). Bela 12ª posição para Hugo Arnaud (Zanardi/Parilla) que aumenta o ritmo.

 

Travisanutto passa para o comando da categoria OK antes da final, seguido por Pourchaire, Hauger e Eteki, depois Basz e Hiltbrand na 3ª linha. Nouet qualifica-se num bom 13º lugar, Arnaud consegue qualificar-se em 34º.

 

 

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Andrea Rosso (Tony Kart/Vortex) impõe-se nitidamente na SH1 com o melhor tempo face a Leonardo Marseglia (Tony Kart/Vortex) e Gabriel Bortoleto (CRG/Parilla), enquanto Harry Thompson (FA Kart/Vortex) cai para 4º. Evann Mallet (CRG/Parilla) sobe para 5º, Hadrien David (Zanardi/Parilla) é 9º. Corrida agitada, mas meritante, do lado de Loris Cabirou (Sodi/TM) que termina em 20º.

 

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Demonstração da parte de Chris Lulham (Tony Kart/Parilla) na SH2, grande vencedor, 3,2'' na frente de Jonny Edgar (Exprit/TM), depois Luca Bosco (Tony Kart/Vortex). Zane Maloney termina em 4º na frente de Roman Stanek (Kosmic/Vortex). Dexter Patterson (Birel ART/TM) ganha 11 lugares e termina no top 10.

 

Na classificação geral Rosso mantém-se líder da categoria na frente de Lulham, Thompson, Marseglia e Stanek. Bosco é 7º, Mallet 13º, David 20º, mas a aventura termina para Cabirou, 44º.

 

 

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Great sporting spectacle and tight battles characterized the second qualifying day at the South Garda Karting circuit of Lonato ahead of the 22nd Winter Cup. This year's event set a new participation record with 276 drivers at the start. The racing programme will reach its conclusion on Sunday February 19th with the much awaited Super Heats starting from local 11.30 and Finals from 14.30, that will be covered with live TV streaming available at the website www.southgardakarting.it.

Qualifying held on Friday and Saturday gave the first indications on the protagonists among the exceptional entry list that comprised a lot of world class drivers. Currently on top of the charts, and therefore enjoying good chances for the races are: the French Jeremy Iglesias (Formula K-Tm-Bridgestone) in KZ2, the French Theo Pourchaire (Kosmic-Vortex-Bridgestone) in OK, Andrea Rosso (Tony Kart-Vortex-Bridgestone) in OK Junior. Heats have produced very intense and open battles and surprises are still possible. Some protagonists have experienced some hiccups due to incidents or time penalties, but they certainly have what is needed to get the lost ground back.

 

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Mini Rok's closing heats still have to be run. The necessary heats to define the qualifying classification will in fact get green lights tomorrow morning from 11:00.

The absolute novelty of the double Super Heats will take place on Sunday at 11:30, ahead of the Finals that will start at 14.30.

Super Heats in Lonato
Super Heats are a novelty devised by the organizers of the race in Lonato. They replace the old Prefinals with the purpose of naming the 34 finalists of each category. Super Heats are two further heats for each category involving up to 68 drivers, with a cap of 34 drivers in each of the two races. Penalty scores accumulated in these two heats will be added to the previous tally and will be decisive to define the 34 finalists of each category and the pecking order.

The positions after qualifying heats and ahead of the Super Heats scheduled for Sunday February 19th follow:
KZ2: 1. Iglesias (Formula K); 2. Longhi (BirelArt); 3. Federer (CRG); 4. Dreezen (BirelArt); 5. Camponeschi (CRG); 6. Dalè (CRG); 7. Abbasse (Sodikart); 8. De Conto (CRG); 9. Lammers (Sodikart); 10; Ardigò (Tony Kart).
OK: 1. Pourchaire (Kosmic); 2. Travisanutto (Zanardi); 3. Hauger (CRG); 4. Vidales (Tony Kart); 5. Eteki (Zanardi); 6. Basz (Kosmic); 7. Vebster (Kosmic); 8. Hiltbrand (Tony Kart); 9. Collet (BirelArt); 10. Petefof (Tony Kart).
OK-Junior: 1. Rosso (Tony Kart); 2. Lulham (Tony Kart); 3. Thompson (FA Alonso); 4. Stanek (Kosmic); 5. Marseglia (Zanardi); 6. Maloney (FA Alonso); 7. Colapinto (Tony Kart); 8. Bosco (Tony Kart); 9. Bortoleto (CRG); 10. Morozov (Tony Kart).

Live on TV
The final stages to be run on Sunday February 19th could be followed live at the website www.southgardakarting.it, where Live Timing and all results will also be available.

The programme

Sunday 19 February: Warm-up from 8:30; Heats from 11:00; Super Heats from 11:30; Finals from 14:30.

 

 

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