Enzo Deligny (Parolin/TM) and Tuukka Taponen (Tony Kart/Vortex) shared the front row of the grid for the start of the OK Final of the WSK Euro Series in 32° heat at Sarno. The race was finally underway after two extra formation laps. Taponen immediately took the lead ahead of Deligny and Douwe Dedecker (KR/Iame). Joe Turney (Tony Kart/Vortex) was 4th ahead of Freddie Slater (LN/Vortex). The top six were extremely close. Kean Nakamura-Berta (KR/Iame) was 7th by 9 tenths. Turney moved up to 3rd, but lost time as Dedecker was forced off the track at high speed. Deligny was back in 2nd, with Slater also off the track. Taponen had a 1.5″ lead on lap 5 when Deligny increased the pace. Nakamura-Berta was back in 3rd, a second behind Deligny. Alex Powell (KR/Iame) attacked the Japanese driver for 3rd place while Paolo Ippolito (KR/Iame) had made up seven places to enter the top five. Arthur Rogeon (KR/Iame) had moved up 10 places to 17th position. Deligny was setting fastest laps in his pursuit of leader Taponen. The gap was down to 3 tenths with four laps to go. Deligny managed to pass on the inside with two laps to go. The Frenchman took a superb victory against Taponen, Powell secured 3rd place against Nakamura-Berta, 4th, but the champion. Turney finished 5th. Rogeon took 18th place.
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