The first weekend of the WSK Super Master Series ended in Lonato with the OK Final under cloudy skies. Gustaw Wisniewski (Exprit/TM) shared the first row with Luis Egozi (Tony Kart/Vortex) ahead of Tomass Stolcermanis (Energy/TM) and Gabriel Gomez (CRG/Iame). Jimmy Helias (Tony Kart/Vortex) started 9th.
Stolcermanis went on the attack shortly after the start and led the race into T1 ahead of Gomez, Wiesniewski, then Maxin Rehm (LN/Vortex) 4th and Egozi 5th. David Walther (Tony Kart/Vortex) did not start. In 6th position in front of Helias, Simone Bianco (CRG/Iame) was the fastest at this moment. Wisniewski closed in on leader Stolcermanis and took the lead on lap 6. Luigi Coluccio (Tony Kart/Vortex) had moved up to 13th. Gomez was now 2nd and Rehm 3rd ahead of Stolcermanis who was threatened by Bianco and Egozi. Wisniewski was leading by 7 tenths at the halfway point, but his lead melted away as Gomez came back, then Bianco and Egozi who were ahead of Rehm and Stolcermanis in front of Helias. Bianco followed Wisniewski in 2nd position with seven laps to go. The Italian tried an unsuccessful attack on the 17th lap and lost ground. Egozi was now in 2nd place ahead of Gomez and Helias. Two laps later, Egozi took the lead and Helias moved up to 3rd ahead of Gomez. Coluccio was back in P6. Egozi managed the last few laps perfectly to win 5 tenths ahead of Wisniewski, then Helias 3rd. Gomez finished 4th and Coluccio 5th (+17 places). Arthur Poulain (Tony Kart/Vortex) took 16th position with a gain of 15 places and Maxens Verbrugge (Birel ART/TM) 18th (+17 places).
Provisional results pending publication of the final rankings.
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