Due to weather that never stopped changing throughout the day, causing changing track conditions, the ranking had difficulty in settling down for this year’s International Super Cup for KZ2. Frenchman Arthur Carbonnel (Sodi / TM Racing) certainly claimed three wins in the heats, but he also lost precious points by crashing in one heat.
Two-time winner, his Italian team-mate from CPB Sport Lorenzo Giannoni (Sodi / TM Racing) is for the moment the driver with the fewest points. Two Tony Kart / Vortex karts have won a heat, of the Swiss Jean Luyet and the Italian Alessio Piccini. The German Alexander Schmitz (Birel ART / TM Racing) took a victory on one occasion, but also had some problems.
When the track dried out, the Italians improved a little bit, with the successive wins for Simone Cunati (Birel ART / TM Racing), Giuseppe Palomba (Birel ART / TM Racing) and Danilo Albanese (KR / IAME). They will have to be watched very closely if the weather is dry on Sunday.
Of course, we mustn’t forget the Swedish poleman Viktor Gustavsson (Birel ART / TM Racing), as well as the Italians Matteo Zanchi (Birel ART / TM Racing) and Leonardo Marseglia (Birel ART / TM Racing). Finally, let us salute the victory in a heat by Hubert Petit (Sodi / TM Racing).
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