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Três mangas de qualificação, com a grelha de partida na ordem de chegada da precedente, estavam programadas na WSK Champions de Adria para os 33 participantes da KZ2. Piloto do team KSM, Alexander Schmitz (Tony Kart/Vortex) vence a 1ª, mas perde o pé na 2ª, que marca o regresso à frente de Marco Ardigo (Tony Kart/Vortex), apenas 13º dos cronometrados, vencedor igualmente da última e líder da classificação intermediária. Regular, Paolo De Conto (CRG/Maxter) assegura a 2ª posição na frente do poleman Lorenzo Camplese (Parolin/TM), menos rápido nos finais de corrida. Patrik Hajek (Kosmic/Vortex) termina em 4º na frente do excelente estreante Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart/Vortex). A nova motorização Vortex dos irmãos Pex mostra-se cada vez melhor e Stan (CRG/Vortex) apodera-se da 6ª posição, enquanto Jorrit se contenta com a 15ª. Também ele Rookie, Marcus Armstrong (Tony Kart/Vortex) alcança o 7º lugar apesar de um total de 29 pontos. Autor de duas mangas convincentes, Alessandro Pelizzari (CKR/TM) perde bastante ao abandonar na 3ª manga e encontra-se em 14º.

 

 

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Lorenzo Travisanutto (Tony Kart/Vortex) soube explorar perfeitamente a máquina preparada pela Ward Racing, assumindo os comandos da categoria OK no Sábado à noite em Adria. Com as suas duas vitórias, ele precede o poleman Logan Sargeant (FA Kart/Vortex), que se mostrou imediatamente bastante competitivo na sua estreia nos OK, sempre fiel à RFM. Após ter sido ultrapassado por Travisanutto na última manga, Sargeant teve de enfrentar outro rookie, o efervescente Clément Novalak (Tony Kart/Vortex) que aparece finalmente no 6º lugar. Com os seus dois 3ºs lugares, Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart/Vortex) assegura a 3ª posição na classificação no seu aniversário, na frente de Karol Basz (Kosmic/Vortex) e de Felice Tiene (CRG/Parilla). Sun Yue Yang (FA Kart/Vortex), e ainda mais Christian Lundgaard (Energy/TM), recuperam uma parte do atraso nos cronometrados e classificam-se nos, 8º e 9º lugares, na frente de Martijn Van Leeuwen (Birel ART/Parilla). Regular no top 10, Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer, outro estreante da OK, conquista o 13º lugar. Atrasado na sua 1ª manga devido a uma penalidade de 10'' pelo bico solto, Flavio Camponeschi (CRG/Parilla) é apenas 16º. Vítima de um abandono na 1ª manga, Tom Joyner (Zanardi/Parilla) conquista um magnífico 2º lugar e termina 19º.

 

 

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Acompanhe a evolução das mangas de qualificação da WSK Champions de Adria 2016 graças à classificação intermediária não oficial de Kartcom, actualizada após cada manga e em função da publicação das penalidades.

 

 

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Everyone was waiting for the starts of the first races in the WSK Champions Cup at Adria, closely or with apprehension. The Race Director Alessandro Ferrari's smile summed up the situation after the first two heats for OK and OK-Junior.

 

We can indeed say that everything went without any particular incident. All karts started without problem from the dummy grid and passed the mouth of the pit lane. Two practice laps were systematically planned and the start was then given, as in any kart race.

 

On track, the battle is very tight, with good overtaking and spectacular braking. At first, engines look very close to each other. There were some spoilers unhooked, but a very reasonable amount for the start to the season. The first impression is quite positive and it should only get better with a bit of experience from all sides.

 

 

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The first times of the season were set today at the WSK Champions Cup. This time, after the pre-season tests which took place at the past two weekends, the 216 scrutineered drivers raced to achieve the pole-positions in saturday's heats.


Excellent debut of the OK engines.
The WSK Champions Cup has brought the new OK engines to the northern Italian circuit. Their performance has been just outstanding: the comparison with the old KF categories - which closed the 2015 WSK season right on this track last November - says that this brand-new technology seems to be a step ahead: the times set in the OK Junior category (reserved to drivers from 13 years of age) proved that the OK Junior can keep up with the KF and that it is going to be even much faster soon. It is a fact that today's pole-position, achieved by the Moroccan driver Sami Taoufik (FA Alonso-Vortex-Vega), is over a tenth of a second better than the one set in KFJ last year. In the OK category things went even better: the pole-position of the KFJ world champion, the American Logan Sargeant (FA Alonso-Vortex-Vega), was 7 tenths of a second faster than the one recorded in last year's KF race. At the end of the first day of the event, the performance of the new engines was excellent on all the karts taking part in the contest and, of course, there are great expectations for the further technological improvement.


The results of qualifying at the Adria Karting Raceway.
Logan Sargeant, thanks to his 47"748, beat the Italian Lorenzo Travisanutto into second position in the OK category, while the Danish Nicklas Nielsen (both on Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega) finished third. Sami Taoufik stopped the clock at 49"546 and grabbed the pole in the OKJ. Second position for the Belgian Ulysse De Pauw (BirelArt-Parilla-Vega) who finished ahead of the Russian Pavel Bulantsev (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega). In KZ, the Italian Lorenzo Camplese (Parolin-TM-Vega) was the fastest with 47"598 and finished ahead of another Italian, Paolo De Conto (CRG-Maxter-Vega), and the German Alexander Schmitz (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega). Finally the free practice of the 60 Mini (the category qualifying is scheduled for tomorrow morning), where the fastest time was set by Andrea Antonelli (Exprit-TM-Vega) in 55"891.


Follow the WSK event in Adria on video.
WSK Promotion has provided a full video coverage of Sunday's final phase of the event. Images of the race will be available live in streaming on www.wsk.it. The streaming will begin at 11:20 am with the Pre-finals and will finish at the end of the Finals.

 

 

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