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Ben Hanley (Drago Corse / TM) was leading on the first lap of the KZ2 Final of the Winter Cup ahead of Anthony Abbasse (Sodi / TM) and Francesco Celenta (Praga / TM). Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart / TM) was 6th. A collision cleared the pack, delayed Alex Irlando (Sodi / TM) and eliminated Riccardo Longhi (Birel ART / TM) at the first corner. Adrien Renaudin (Sodi / TM) skilfully returned to 8th position and Fabian Federer (CRG / TM) then replaced Celenta in 3rd place, while Jorrit Pex (CRG / TM) led the hunt in 5th position. Paolo De Conto (CRG / TM) started a big comeback from 33rd position on the grid with Jeremy Iglesias (Formula K / TM) in his wheeltracks. Leonardo Lorandi gave up after a spin.

 

Abbasse did not let up the pressure on Hanley, but the Brit did better than resist while De Conto was back in the top 10. Federer came to join the fight for victory with the leading duo, Celenta was not far off either. Hanley took the opportunity to gain some lengths from his French rival. Meanwhile, Renaudin returned to the top five by overtaking Jorrit Pex and Iglesias had taken the lead over De Conto in 7th place. Abbasse threw all his strength into the battle for the finish. However the positions did not change any more and Hanley won by 82 thousandths against of Abbasse, with Federer 3rd, Celenta 4th and Renaudin a formidable 5th. Starting 17th, Iglesias reached 6th place ahead of Alexander Schmitz (Tony Kart / Vortex) and De Conto. Pierre Loubère (Praga / TM) was close to the top 10 ahead of Simo Puhakka (Tony Kart / Vortex).

 

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Cristian Bertuca (Evokart) had outdistanced the group of his pursuers during the opening laps of the Mini Rok Final at Lonato. Edoardo Trifone (Top Kart) seemed the only one able to join him, but the situation then changed with the return of Karol Pasiewicz (Energy) and Andrea Kimi Antonelli (Energy) in 2nd and 3rd places. Both drivers worked together to return to the leader. Antonelli led the decisive attack on the 10th of the 12 laps, while Trifone took 3rd place. Antonelli skilfully controlled the threat of Pasiewicz and crossed the finish line as winner, with Bertuca eventually recovering 3rd position. Davide Marconato (Top Kart) was 4th in front of Trifone and Martinius Stenshorne (Parolin).

 

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Gabriele Bortoleto (CRG / TM) fell back at the start of the Winter Cup OK-Junior Final led by Lucas Grigg (Exprit / Vortex) ahead of Francesco Pizzi (Birel ART / TM) and Gabriele Mini (Parolin / Parilla). Paul Aron (FA Kart / Vortex) was 4th in front of Sami Meguetounif (Formula K / TM). Zak O'Sullivan (FA Kart / Vortex) gave up after an off, Aron was 2nd on lap 2 1.2" behind Griggs, and Mini took 3rd place ahead of Pizzi.

 

Coming back to 4 tenths from the leader, Aron had a good card to play at the halfway point. Nearly 3'' further back, Mini wasn't able to think about imposing himself on the consistent driver. He lost contact soon after and gave up. Meguetounif recovered 3rd position, followed by Pizzi and Georgi Dimitrov (Exprit / Vortex). Aron did not relax and took control two laps from the finish but Griggs did not intend to settle for 2nd place and won the Final by two tenths. Meguetounif took a good 3rd by a few lengths, Dimitrov finished 4th and Pizzi 5th. After a return to 13th, Marcus Amand (KR / Parilla) did not make the finish, while Hadrien David (Kosmic / Vortex) progressed to the 15th position.

 

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Lorenzo Travisanutto (KR / Parilla) was only 5th on the first lap of the Winter Cup OK Final, while Hannes Janker (KR / Parilla) took the lead. But Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart / Vortex) took the lead on the next lap while Travisanutto returned to 3rd position. David Vidales (Tony Kart / Vortex) was 4th in front of Jonny Edgar (Exprit / TM) and Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG / TM). Ugo Gazil (KR / Parilla) gained several places in 12th position and Vincent Fraïsse (Sodi / TM) was very strong in 20th place. Edgar lost ground before mid-race, then Travisanutto dropped to 8th while Marius Zug (KR / Parilla) took 3rd place ahead of Oliver Hodgson (Birel ART / Parilla).

 

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The top two had then distanced their opponents by more than 6'', with Janker close to Nielsen. Very fast, Hiltbrand recovered 3rd position in front of Hodgson and Vidales. Janker attacked Nielsen on the 15th of 22 laps. Joyner retired, and Fraïsse lost three places in 16th place. Janker opened the gap at a hellish pace and was almost 4'' ahead of Nielsen. Hiltbrand finished 3rd a second later, Hodgson 4th and Travisanutto 5th with the fastest time. Gazil lost some places, but finished 14th nevertheless as the top Frenchman, ahead of Fraïsse 16th.

 

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Anthony Abbasse (Sodi/TM) supplantait Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart/TM) au départ de la Super Heat 1, mais Francesco Celenta (Praga/TM) prenait ensuite les commandes, tandis qu'Abbase rétrogradait. Lorandi en profitait pour revenir 3e, suivi par Alessio Piccini (Tony Kart/Vortex) et Riccardo Longhi (Birel ART/TM). Alex Irlando (Sodi/TM) revenait en 7e position après un départ prudent, mais devait céder face au retour de Stan Pex (CRG/TM). Nico Gonzales (Maranello/TM) pointait au 10e rang. Adrien Renaudin (Sodi/TM) perdait du terrain après un bon début de course. Extrêmement rapide, Pex fondait sur Abbasse pour s'emparer de la 5e place. Celenta gagnait la course et reléguait Lorandi à plus de 3,5'', Piccini se classait 3e et Longhi 4e.

 

La plupart des pilotes de la Super Heat 2 tentaient le montage des pneus slicks, dont c'était la première apparition de la journée. Jorrit Pex (CRG/TM) talonnait déjà Ben Hanley (Drago Corse/TM) au premier tour, tandis que Paolo De Conto (CRG/TM) partait en tête-à-queue et renonçait peu après. Bas Lammers (Lion Kart/TM) avait pris un départ canon et repris de nombreuses places. Mirko Torsellini (KR/Parilla) revenait très fort sur le 3e, Fabian Federer (CRG/TM) et le dépassait à mi-parcours. Rick Dreezen (Birel ART/TM) atteignait ensuite la 4e position et attaquait Torsellini pour la 3e. Alessio Lorandi (Parolin/TM) abandonnait à 4 tours du but. Hanley contrôlait le retour de Pex et gagnait la course, Torsellini récupérait la 3e place, suivi par l'excellent Pierre Loubère (Praga/TM). Lammers atteignait le 8e rang, soit 21 places reprises. Jérémy Iglesias (Formula K/TM) rentrait dans le top 10.

 

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