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The weather was dry, but not the track, so most drivers chose wet tyres, probably influenced by the surrounding grey clouds. Daniel Ticktum (Zanardi / Parilla) lost out to Enaam Ahmed (FA Kart / Vortex), and then spun and lost a lot of places. Benjamin Lessennes (Kosmic / Parilla) was second to Jules Bollier (Kosmic / Parilla) and Mick Junior (Tony Kart / Vortex). Mick Junior fought with Bollier for 3rd and the French driver fell to 8th. Meanwhile Ahmed took off with a 1.3 second lead on Lessennes on the second lap. There was a big gain for Mauricio Baiz (Kosmic / Parilla) in 7th place, 21 positions higher. Starting on slicks, Zendelli was currently struggling at the back of the pack, and Sun Yue Yang (FA Kart / Vortex) had retired.


Lessennes improved his time and returned to the leader from the 4th lap. Ahmed responded by posting a fastest lap just after the Belgian put his foot down on lap 6 and both drivers alternated the fastest laps. The difference was around 5/10. Mick Junior was still third, peaking at 2.5' from the lead. Bollier and Leuillet dropped down the rankings. With great drama, Lessennes retired on the 9th lap apparently with a technical problem. Ahmed found himself alone in the lead 5.6' ahead of Mick Junior and Kush Maini (Exprit / Vortex) 3rd, Baiz 4th, Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart / Parilla) 5th, Juri Vips (Zanardi / TM) 6th, Anton Haaga ( Kosmic / LKE) 7th and Ross Martin (Energy / TM) 8th, an improvement of 23 places for the British driver.


The last third of the race saw a fastest lap set by Haaga, still in sixth position, four tenths faster than anyone. The track was improving, as Ahmed replied with another fastesr time. Baiz closed on Maini, Haaga attacked Lorandi to gain fifth position before the Italian retired. Baiz managed to pass Maini. Ahmed did not drop the pace and he had a considerable lead of over 7'on Mick Junior, himself more than 4' from Baiz.


Enaam Ahmed deservedly becomes 2014 KF-Junior World Champion and Mick Junior his Vice-Champion.

 

 

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Super dominador desde o início do encontro mundial de Essay, Nicklas Nielsen perdeu bastante na partida para a pré-final, quando Tom Joyner o tocou na parte traseira direita levando-o a fazer um pião.

 

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Olivier Maréchal, o team manager Kosmic, explica a sua posição, a que defendeu face aos Comissários Desportivos : « Partindo na pole, por isso, pelo interior, Nielsen ter-se-á logicamente deslocado um pouco para o exterior para poder efectuar a primeira curva à direita. Ele não tinha outra escolha. Em nenhum caso, ele abriu a porta. Tom Joyner tentou infiltrar-se quando já não havia mais lugar, numa trajectória onde não podia virar sem tocar no nosso piloto. Foi o que aconteceu e Nicklas atravessou-se. Lamento que tais comportamentos não sejam punidos como deveriam, ainda mais, que já não é a primeira vez.»

 

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There were big surprises in the KF prefinal, while the Essay track was still very wet. Most importantly Nicklas Nielsen (Kosmic / Vortex) spun when Tom Joyner (Zanardi / Parilla) tried to sneak inside at the first corner and then Callum Ilott (Zanardi / Parilla) went off at Turn 3 and gave up. Karol Basz (Tony Kart / Vortex) took the lead of the race from the first lap, followed by Joyner, Lando Norris (FA Kart / Vortex), Felice Tiene (CRG / Parilla) 4th, Nikita Mazepin (Tony Kart / Vortex) 5th, and Niko Kari (Tony Kart / Vortex) 6th. Gabriel Aubry (Tony Kart / Vortex) was steadily losing ground. Nielsen moved up to 25th.


Joyner took over control on the fifth lap and Norris took 2nd from Basz. Joyner was the fastest on the track and escaped irretrievably by almost 2' from Norris before the halfway point. Few changes would then occur, as the top three really were above the rest in terms of performance. Joyner won by 4.7 seconds ahead of Norris, closely followed by Basz. Mazepin finished 4th, Daruvala 5th, Puhakka 6th, Kari 7th, and Tujula 8th.


Tiene and Aubry were not very comfortable in the wet. The Italian was ranked 14th and the French ended his ordeal in 23rd position. Nielsen was in 19th place in the end, but what a disappointment ...

 

 

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The rain returned after the finish of pre-final 1 and a completely wet track awaited the participants in pre-final 2 for KF-Junior. Mick Junior  (Tony Kart / Vortex) retained the lead of the race, but Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart / Parilla) stole 2nd place from Max Fewtrell (FA Kart / Vortex) who dropped to 25th position, while Alexander Vartanyan (Tony Kart / Vortex ) was down in 30th place. Benjamin Lessennes (Kosmic / Parilla) grabbed 3rd place ahead of Daniel Ticktum (Zanardi / Parilla). The leader made a small mistake on lap 3 and was passed by Lorandi, Lessennes and Ticktum. There was a big rise for Christian Lundgaard (PCR / Vortex) in fifth position ahead of Artem Petrov (DR / TM), Jannes Fittje (Kosmic / Vortex), Devlin Defrancesco (Tony Kart / Vortex) and James Pull (Tony Kart / Vortex).


Petrov returned to Lundgaard and beyond for 5th place at the halfway point. Ticktum was on Lorandi's heels and eventually moved into first place on the ninth lap, with Lessennes soon ending up in a position to threaten Lorandi. The differences increased again while the finish was not far off, but Lessennes took 2nd place behind the winner Ticktum, who set the fastest lap. Lorandi was 3rd, Junior 4th, Petrov 5th, Lundgaard 6th, Fittje 7th, Pull 8th, Vips 9th, Zendelli 10th from Beckmann.

 

 

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A chuva parou, mas a pista ainda continua escorregadia quando os semáforos para a pré-final 1 dos KFJ se apagam. Enaam Ahmed (FA Kart/Vortex) lança-se, seguido de um Jules Bollier (Kosmic/Parilla) muito combativo nos seus calcanhares, mas depressa substituído na 2ª posição por Sergey Travnikov (DR/TM) e Isac Valtonen (Kosmic/Vortex). Ahmed perde a liderança em benefício de Travnikov e Valtonen, mas este último cai de seguida para 7º, enquanto Anton Haaga (Kosmic/LKE) se coloca em 4º e Alex Quinn (CRG/TM) em 5º, na frente de Kush Maini (Exprit/Vortex). Grande recuperação de Tom Leuillet (Birel/TM) no top 10 que partiu da 33ª posição. Bollier cede face a Haaga, Quinn e Maini. Noah Milell (Exprit/Vortex), Logan Sargeant (FA Kart/Vortex), Paavo Tonteri (ART GP/TM) e Ulysse De Pauw (ART GP/TM) fazem parte dos pilotos que pagaram bem caro no início da corrida.

 

Ahmed volta à liderança à meia corrida e escapa-se imediatamente de maneira impressionante. Deve-se assinalar que as distâncias aumentam próximo do final e que as posições se mantêm no cimo da tabela. Ahmed vence largamente a corrida na frente de um outsider, Travnikov, Haaga, 3º, Quinn 4º, Maini 5º, Bollier 6º e o incrível Tom Leuillet 7º, com uma recuperação de 26 lugares, graças à sua escolha audaciosa de pneus slicks, seguido de Carrara também ele com uma boa recuperação, Novalak é 9º e Della Coletta 10º.

 

 

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