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Piotr Protasiewicz (Parolin) dominated Super Heat 1 by winning 6.4" ahead of Karol Pasiewicz (Energy) while Cristian Bertuca (Evokart) finished 3rd against Martinius Stenshorne (Parolin) and Leonardo Megna (Energy). Andrea Kimi Antonelli (Energy) won Super Heat 2 without question more than 5'' ahead of Igor Cepil (Parolin). In 3rd, German Foteev (Energy) finished 10'' later, followed by Davide Marconato (Top Kart).

 

Information written live from the circuit not prejudging any subsequent penalties.

 

 

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Le départ des Super Heats OK-Junior a pris du retard à cause de la sortie tardive du classement des manches, un délai trop court depuis la dernière course du matin. La température restait fraîche, pas plus de 5°, l'humidité forte et la piste glissante.

 

Gabriel Bortoleto (CRG/TM) remplaçait Gabriel Mini (Parolin/Parilla) en tête, puis Zak O'Sullivan (FA Kart/Vortex) passait 2e, suivi par Sami Meguetounif (Formula K/TM). Kirill Smal (Tony Kart/Vortex) remontait 4e. Suleiman Zanfari (Tony Kart/Vortex) prenait un bon départ et progressait au classement. Mini continuait à perdre du terrain, Dino Beganovic (Tony Kart/Vortex) en profitait pour rentrer dans le top 5. Bortoleto était ensuite menacé par O'Sullivan, mais le Britannique partait à la faute et chutait en queue de peloton. Parti 10e, Dilano Van't Hoff (Exprit/TM) effectuait une progression spectaculaire au 4e rang devant Hugo Sasse (KR/Parilla). Meguetounif se rapprochait sérieusement du leader dans les derniers tours, mais Bortoleto s'imposait malgré tout pour 0,178'' face au Français. Van't Hoff s'octroyait la 3e position 3 secondes plus loin, face à Smal et Sasse. Mini se classait 11e devant Francesco Pizzi (Birel ART/TM).

 

Derrière Lucas Griggs (Exprit/Vortex), leader de la Super Heat 2 dès le départ, la lutte s'annonçait serrée. Gomez Guittierez (FA Kart/Parilla) prenait la 2e place devant Nikita Bedrin (Tony Kart/Vortex) et Georgi Dimitrov (Exprit/Vortex). Après 5 tours, Hadrien David (Kosmic/Vortex) passait 7e en dépassant Marcus Amand (KR/Parilla). Griggs possédait plus de 2'' d'avance et contrôlait la situation jusqu'à la victoire devant Gomez. David poursuivait son effort et atteignait la 3e position, soit 14 places reprises, en devançant Dimitrov et Paul Aron (FA Kart/Vortex). Amand assurait une bonne 8e place face à Taylor Barnard (KR/Parilla), mais Isack Hadjar (Exprit/TM) restait 24e.

 

Informations rédigées en direct du circuit ne préjugeant pas des éventuelles pénalités ultérieures.

 

 

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It has not rained so far at Lonato this Sunday morning of the Winter Cup, but the South Garda Karting track was slippery enough to require the use of wet tyres. A fine rain was beginning to fall just before the start of the first OK Super Heat.

 

Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG / TM) took the lead, but Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart / Vortex) recovered the 1st place after four laps, while Lorenzo Travisanutto (KR / Parilla) returned to the leaders. David Vidales (Tony Kart / Vortex) was 4th by several seconds. Vincent Fraïsse (Sodi / TM) was quickly back in the top 10. Travisanutto accelerated the pace and passed Hiltbrand midway, taking 2nd 2'' from Nielsen. Denmark's KSM Schumacher driver reacted by posting a better lap and managing his advantage until the finish, a 1.1" winner ahead of Travisanutto. Vidales had overtaken Hiltgrand to take 3rd place and Dexter Patterson (Exprit / Vortex) finished 5th. Harry Thompson (FA Kart / Vortex) took 8th position ahead of Fraïsse, who started 18th.

 

Hannes Janker (KR / Parilla) took off from the start of Super Heat 2, while Jonny Edgar (Exprit / TM) and Oliver Hodgson (Birel ART / Parilla) took 2nd and 3rd positions. Ugo Gazil (KR / Parilla) drove a good race start by returning to 5th place ahead of Jorge Pescador (Praga / TM). Janker continued to escape in the lead, achieving the best lap on lap 4, Tom Joyner (Sodi / TM) then entered the top 10 while Lorenzo Ferrari (Exprit / Vortex) was noticeable in 6th place. Edgar went on the attack and reduced the gap with Janker for a moment, while Hodgson was dropped. Gazil overtook Roman Stanek (Kosmic / Vortex) to take 4th place ahead of Ferrari. Janker prevailed before Edgar. Hodgson finished 3rd by more than 5'', then Gazil 4th and Ferrari 5th. Joyner finally took 8th position.

 

Information written live from the circuit not prejudging any subsequent penalties.

 

 

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Exciting races have inflamed also the second and penultimate qualifying day in Lonato to define the finalists of the 23rd edition of the Winter Cup. The opening race of the international season at the South Garda Karting circuit has seen 322 drivers from 40 Nations challenging each other on track.

After Friday's practice and initial qualifying heats, several other races have been run on Saturday. The spectacle has been high and light rain made things trickier towards the end of the day. The qualification to the final stages on Sunday is what drivers have been fighting for today, as the finals will be run by the best 34 drivers of each category. This means that a lot of drivers will be "skimmed" off as a total of 94 drivers got on track in KZ2, 70 in OK, 86 in OK-Junior and 72 in Mini Rok. The final heats will take place on Sunday at 11:00 for the two most crowded categories, that is KZ2 and OK-Junior. These will be followed by Super Heats at 12:00 run by the top 68 drivers of each category in order to define the starting grids of the Finals that will get green light in the afternoon at 15:00. The Live Streaming feed of the races will be available at www.southgardakarting.it and at the Facebook page of the circuit of Lonato.

KZ2. In KZ2, Francesco Celenta (Praga-Tm), Ben Hanley (Drago Corse-Tm), Giuseppe Palomba (Intrepid-Tm), Jorrit Pex (CRG-Tm) and Anthony Abbasse (Sodikart-Tm) won one heat each and put their name forward as challengers of the two Lorandi brothers that had topped charts in qualifying practice, before Leonardo Lorandi took the win in three heats on Tony Kart-Tm and Alessio Lorandi in one on Parolin-Tm. Among the quickest, Alessandro Giardelli on CRG-Tm, Alex Irlando on Sodikart-Tm, Jeremy Iglesias on Formula K-Tm, Paolo De Conto on CRG-Tm, Riccardo Longhi on BirelArt-Tm and Fabian Federer (CRG-Tm), the latter won the closing heat but was later on handed a 10s time penalty.

OK-JUNIOR. Heats of OK-Junior have highlighted the speed of several drivers. In the total six heats run between Friday and Saturday, six different drivers have emerged as winners: namely, the Russian Kirill Smal (Tony Kart-Vortex), Gabriele Minì (Parolin-Iame), the British Taylor Barnard (KR-Parilla), the Brazilian Gabriel Bortoleto (CRG-Tm), the Swede Dino Beganovic (Tony Kart-Vortex) and Edoardo Villa (TB Kart-Tm).

OK. The classification of OK is currently led by Lorenzo Travisanutto (KR-Parilla-Bridgestone), who won two heats after being the quickest in qualifying. Among his main rivals, the German Hannes Janker (KR-Parilla), 2016 World Champion Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG-Tm) and the winner of the third heat of the day Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart-Vortex). Jonny Edgar (Exprit-Tm), the Czech Roman Stanek (Kosmic-Vortex), the Argentine Jorge Pescador (Praga-Tm) and Barbados Zane Maloney (FA-Vortex) were also among the best.

MINI ROK. The fight for the victory in Mini Rok seems to currently involve mainly Andrea Kimi Antonelli on Energy-Vortex and the Pole Piotr Protasiewicz on Parolin-Vortex, as both won two heats.

Live Timing and sreaming. The race will be available through Live Timing on www.southgardakarting.it from Thursday February 15th, and Live Streaming from Sunday February 18th, as well as on the Facebook page.


The program
Sunday February 18th: Warm up from 8:30; Qualifying heats from 11:00; Super Heats from 12:00; OK Final at 15:00; OK-Junior Final at 15:30; Mini Rok Final at 16:00; KZ2 Final at 16:25.

 

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