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O aparecimento de algumas nuvens não é suficiente para tirar a menção "bom tempo" nesta manhã de pré-finais no circuito de Portimão. A temperatura sobe à abordagem do zénite, mas a brisa habitual modera as coisas, no calor sentido.

 

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Às 11h05 precisas, os primeiros pré-finalistas OK-Junior partem nos 1531 m do traçado português. Fin Kenneally (FA Kart/Vortex) lidera na frente de Noah Watt (Tony Kart/Vortex) antes que Victor Martins, (Kosmic/Parilla), passe para o comando desde a 2ª volta. Teddy Wilson (CRG/Parilla) consegue uma boa partida e alcança o 4º lugar na frente de Gillian Henrion (Kosmic/Vortex) e Isac Blomqvist (Tony Kart/Vortex). Já terminou para Milane Petelet (Praga/TM) e Niklas Kruetten (FA Kart/Vortex). Charles Milesi (Tony Kart/Vortex) perde mais lugares e encontra-se no 27º lugar. Bonito início de corrida para Théo Nouet (Energy/TM) 18º, com a recuperação de 12 lugares, na frente de William Bertrand (Tony Kart/Vortex).

 

Martins passa para a liderança, seguido de Wilson, Watt, Kenneally e Blomqvist a alguns metros. O duelo entre Watt e Kenneally é benéfico a Blomqvist e Henrion. Uma colisão elimina Milesi e outros pilotos, dos quais um fica no chão. Martins impõe-se nitidamente na frente de Wilson, depois Watt 3º. A luta no grupo de caça foi renhida até ao fim. Kenneally reupera a 4ª posição, seguido de Blomqvist e Caio Collet (Birel ART/Parilla), mas Henrion cai do 5º ao 12º lugar.

 

Oscar Piastri (FA Kart/Vortex) lidera a primeira volta da pré-final 2, na frente de Bin Abdul Gafar Mizzuddin Musyaffa (DR/TM) e Sami Taoufik (FA Kart/Vortex). Kiern Jewiss (Exprit/Vortex) passa em 4º, depois em 3º, Dennis Hauger (CRG/Parilla) sobe para 5º na frente de Guido Moggia (Tony Kart/Vortex) e de Théo Pourchaire (Kosmic/Vortex), Adam Eteki (Tony Kart/Vortex) entra no top 10. Piastri e Mizzuddin Musyaffa afastam ligeiramente Jewiss, Hauger ataca Taoufik pela 4ª posição, Antonio Serravalle (CRG/Parilla) aparece agora em 6º na frente de Ville Uitto (Tony Kart/Vortex). Eteki alcança o 8º lugar e Pierre-Louis Chovet (CRG/Parilla) aparece em 14º, enquanto Pourchaire luta pela 17ª posição. Piastri impõe-se face a Mizzuddin, Jewiss guarda no limite o 3º lugar na frente de Hauger, Taoufik e Serravalle, nos seus calcanhares. Ulysse De Pauw (Birel ART/Parilla) morre na praia, no 18º lugar, numa difícil subida desde a 28ª posição, Pourchaire termina infelizmente na 22ª posição.

 

Estas informações referem-se ao desenrolar directo da corrida, sem prejulgar eventuais penalidades aplicadas posteriormente.

 

 

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Evenement National > FFSA Karting

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Déjà leader à l'issue des manches de qualification en X30 Super, Kevin Breysse (Praga) a gagné ses quatre manches en X30 Senior. Il restait deux courses à disputer en début de matinée. Breysse en a donc remporté une, Yann Bouvier (FA Kart) remportant l'autre, ce qui lui a permis de se hisser en 3e position au général juste derrière l'excellent Giacomo Napolitano (Tony Kart).


Aurélien Marion (Sodi) a fini en beauté son parcours en qualification en terminant 2e de la manche D/E devant Corentin Collignon (Kosmic), Victor Compère (Kosmic) l'imitant dans la manche B/C malgré un Benjamin Salvatore (Tony Kart) toujours dans le coup.

 

 

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International > CIK WSK Promotion

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It was a rather complicated qualifying session the one which took place today in Portimao (P). The facility of the Portuguese town is hosting the CIK-FIA European Championship, which has arrived at its last but one round of the season. The 152 entrants of the OK and OK Junior and of the CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy, arrived in Portimao from 46 different countries from all around the world, took part today in the Qualifying session and in the Heats, which will establish the starting grids of the Prefinals and the Finals on Sunday 26th. Today's protagonists were the most interesting names of international kart racing. There was also room for some unexpected surprises: that's a further reason to follow tomorrow's live streaming on cikfia.tv and cikfiachampionship.com. The broadcast starts at 10.15 with the drivers' parade.

 

Marta Garcia leads in the OK.
Those aiming at the European title will necessarily have to deal with the 15-year-old Spanish Marta Garcia (EvoKart-Parilla-Vega), who set the best time in Qualifying and then, in the afternoon, won in both the Qualifying Heats. The Spaniard's great performance brought her to the front row of the Prefinal. Next to her, in second position, the English Ben Hanley (Croc-TM), who placed second and third in the Heats. The Spanish Pedro Hiltband (CRG-Parilla) is in great shape and conquered the second row. Next to him the current leader, the Polish Karol Basz (Kosmic-Vortex), who found himself surrounded by a pack of strong opponents, all in good position to launch their attack to the title. 

 

Kenneally attacks in the OK Junior.
In OKJ, the British Finlay Kenneally (FA Kart-Vortex-Vega) attacks from his fourth position and grabs the pole thanks to his three victories in the heats. Next to him, in the front row of Pre-final 1, the French Gillian Henrion (Kosmic-Vortex), excellent outsider. The pole in the Pre-final 2 was achieved by the Australian Oscar Piastri (FA Kart-Vortex); the second slot will be filled by his team-mate, the Moroccan Sami Taoufik. The Danish Noah Watt (Tony Kart-Vortex), the current leader of the category, will have to fight hard to gain the head of the race from the second row of the starting grid of the Pre-final 1, behind Kenneally. Next to Watt, the Swedish Isac Blomqvist (Tony Kart-Vortex), second of the standings. 

 

In the Academy Trophy the surprise is Handsaeme.
The Belgian Xavier Handsaeme won two heats in the Academy Trophy and conquered the pole, beating into second position the current leader, the English Callum Bradshaw. The Swedish Alfred Nilsson and the Norwegian Emil Heyerdahl are in second row and ready to take over the leadership. 

 

 

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International > CIK-FIA

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The day was rough on the Portimao track, with hotly contested heats, and quite a number of contacts and trips off the track. These barely disturbed the poleman Fin Kenneally (FA Kart / Vortex) who won three of the four races. Then his teammate Oscar Piastri (FA Kart / Vortex) followed in 2nd place, while the young Frenchman Gillian Henrion (Kosmic / Vortex) came to join in the fight with a good balance, progressing from 13th to 3rd place. He beat drivers including Sami Taoufik (FA Kart / Vortex) and Noah Watt (Tony Kart / Vortex) who completed the top five who were almost all winners of heats. Mizzuddin Musyaffa (DR / TM) and Isac Blomqvist (Tony Kart / Vortex) finished strongly enough to be some of the drivers to watch in the finals.

 

Victor Martins (Kosmic / Parilla) has not lost too much time with his 9th place, and Theo Pourchaire (Kosmic / Vortex) showed up in 18th despite a drop, partially offset by a victory. Adam Eteki (Tony Kart / Vortex) is in a very honorable 28th position, Pierre-Louis Chovet (CRG / Parilla) 34th, Franck Chappard (Kosmic / Vortex) 37th.

 

 

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Evenement National > France

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La hiérarchie du top-3 n'a pas évolué au cumul des manches de la catégorie X30 Super. Même si Victor Compère (Kosmic) a réussi à devancer Kevin Breysse (OK1) dans la troisième course de la journée, le pilote Action Karting a remporté les deux autres et a conservé sa première place des chronos, toujours sous l'oeil du Belge William Godefroid (Kosmic). Anthony Coudert (Kosmic), Baptiste De La Brosse (Kosmic) et Charles Tesnière (Kosmic) ont été de solides animateurs du peloton de chasse.

 

En X30 Vétéran, Rodolphe Jacomelli (Tony Kart) est la bonne surprise du jour. Il a battu deux fois Willy Runget (Exprit) et a pris le meilleur au cumul. Ces deux pilotes n'ont jamais eu la partie facile avec des adversaires comme Pierre Allemand (Oberon), Akim Ait-Ouaret (Tony Kart), Patrick Brive (GB) ou encore Patrick Rambaud (Exprit).

 

En X30 Junior, le poleman Hugo Roch (Tony Kart) a connu une première manche difficile, laquelle a été remportée par Loïc Berto (Praga) devant un Julian Kuwabara-Wagg (Sodi) bien revenu. Roch a repris la tête des opérations dans la manche 2 en battant Enzo Lehmann (Praga), puis Berto a assuré sa première place sur la grille de la préfinale en remportant une nouvelle victoire. Hugo Juvin (Tony Kart) et Alessandro Ghiretti (Exprit) se sont également mis en évidence.

 

 

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