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Lorenzo Camplese (Formula K / Parilla) was slightly ahead of Marco Ardigo (Tony Kart / Vortex) at the lights in the KZ2 final but a slide at the second corner eliminated Flavio Camponeschi (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Alexander Schmitz (Tony Kart / Vortex). Anthony Abbasse (Sodi / TM) was fighting for the lead with Ardigo but lost several places on the second lap. Jorge Pescador (Praga / Parilla) took 2nd place followed by Jordon Lennox-Lamb (BirelART / Parilla), Davide Fore (CRG / Maxter) 4th, Jorrit Pex (Intrepid / TM) 5th, Simo Puhakka (CRG / Maxter) 6th and Abbasse 7th. Arnaud Kozlinski (Sodi / TM) had already retired. Nicolas Gonzales (Alpha / TM) managed a great start to the race before dropping to the back of the pack on lap 8.

Puhakka took 4th position in front of Fore and Abbasse who was back to 6th in mid race. Behind Ardigo, the strong leader, the field stretched out without much action, apart from Puhakka passing Lennox-Lamb on lap 15. Paolo De Conto (CRG / Maxter) lit up purple sectors to come back to 7th position from Jorrit Pex. But it was the swan song, as the Italian driver retired immediately afterwards. Luca Corberi (Tony Kart / Vortex) put in a good effort to win places, 14 in total to finish 12th.



Ardigo won the final clearly by nearly 2'' ahead of Pescador, Puhakka was 3rd, Lennox-Lamb 4th, Fore 5th, Abbasse 6th.



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Clement Novalak (Tony Kart / Vortex) made a good start and kept the lead in the KF-Junior final at Adria, followed by Artem Petrov (DR / TM). Christian Lundgaard (Tony Kart / Vortex) was not in the game and gradually went backwards. Logan Sargeant, 3rd on lap 5, grabbed 2nd position. Behind David Vidales (Energy / TM) in 4th were Lundgaard, Lorenzo Colombo (Tony Kart / LKE) 6th, Teddy Wilson (Zanardi / Parilla) 7th, Kenny Roosens (Kosmic / Parilla) 8th Davide Lombardo (Exprit / Vortex) 9th and Felipe Drugovich (Kosmic / Vortex) 10th. Milane Petelet (Kosmic / Parilla), although he had a good start, gave up.

Lundgaard and Colombo overtook Vidales in mid race gain for 4th and 5th positions, and Marta Garcia (Tony Kart/TM) was the fastest on the track in 20th place after taking over 10 places. Novalak increased his lead in the race, with Sargeant and Petrov neck-and-neck 1.5 '' behind him. Novalak won, Sargeant kept control of Petrov and took 2nd place. Lundgaard finished a subdued meeting in 4th position, Colombo 5th, Vidales 6th, Roosens 7th, Drugovich 8th and Yi Fei Ye (Exprit / Vortex) 9th with a gain of 13 places.




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Karol Basz (Kosmic / Vortex) took the lead on the first lap of the KF final while Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart / Vortex) on the front outside line fell back to 5th. Casper Roes (FA Kart / Vortex) took the lead on lap 2 but Basz responded on the next lap. Alexander Vartanyan (Tony Kart / Vortex) took 2nd place and Nielsen 3rd. Max Fewtrell (FA Kart / Vortex) was in 5th place behind Roes. Martijn Van Leeuwen (CRG / TM) experienced a difficult start to the race in 7th position.

Basz had already gained six tenths in the lead on lap 7 when Nielsen took 2nd place at the expense of Vartanyan. Jakub Kadlcak (Tony Kart / TM) made a big gain of nearly 20 places by halfway. Basz upped the pace with over a second ahead of Nielsen. Roes and Fewtrell relegated Vartanyan to 5th and Van Leeuwen and Leonardo Lorandi also passed the young Russian.

Van Leeuwen's machine regained its effectiveness and the Dutchman took 3rd with five laps to go. Nielsen couldn't keep up the pace, Basz was nearly 3'' in front and Van Leeuwen closed up. Basz won the race by a large margin with the best time going to Nielsen who preserved 2nd place against Van Leeuwen. Lorandi took 4th ahead of Roes and Ben Hanley (Croc Promotion / TM) who finished 6th. The podium was exactly the same as last week, at the WSK Gold Cup.




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Mattia Michelotto (Energy / Parilla) opened the hostilities with pole position among the 49 drivers entered in the WSK Super Master Series at Adria in 60 Mini, ahead of Carles Martinez (OK1 / TM) and Alberto Negro (Top Kart / TM). Michelotto then confirmed his supremacy in the qualifying heats by taking three wins. Leonardo Marseglia (CRG / TM) and Dennis Hauger (CRG / TM), however, returned to 2nd and 3rd place, Mattia Muller (Energy / TM) 5th, Giuseppe Fusco (Tony Kart / LKE) 6th and Marzio Moretti (Tony Kart / TM) 7th.

Muller then dominated Prefinal A in front of Hauger and Michelotto with Francesco Crescente (Energy / TM) 4th and Jose Gomez (Croc Promotion / TM) 5th. Prefinal B. was red-flagged after a driver rolled. Marseglia kept the lead ahead of Negro, and Dan Skocdopole (Tony Kart / TM) took the 3rd place, Ruben Moya Lopez (Tony Kart / TM) 4th and Fusco 5th.

The battle began on the first lap of the final with Hauger passing Muller and Michelotto with Marseglia 5th with three places lost, Fusco 7th and Luigi Coluccio (Tony Kart / Vortex) already up to 8th. The top three were competing for the lead, Marseglia closed back up with Moya Lopez and Fusco. Michelotto took the lead, Hauger tried several attacks, including one at the last corner, but in vain. He even lost his 2nd place to Muller, who set the fastest lap while Michelotto was victorious. Fusco finished 4th in front of Marseglia.



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President Michèle Mouton and members of the FIA Women in Motorsport Commission joined a host of women working in various capacities on Rally Guanajuato Mexico to mark International Women's Day today.


All around the world, International Women's Day - which was first held in 1911 - is celebrated on 8 March and represents an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of women while calling for greater equality.

At the end of 2009, the FIA established its own Women in Motorsport Commission to facilitate the full participation of women in all aspects of the sport. The Commission, under the Presidency of Michèle Mouton, strives to put in place strategies and policies that will promote education and training, and put into practice actions and events that will strengthen the participation of women in all areas of motor sport. The Commission works with the FIA's sporting and non-sporting commissions, ASNs and other key international federations on joint sporting projects and takes an active role in international forums and conferences devoted to the place of women in sport, and the advances that can be made.



Make It Happen is the 2015 International Women's Day theme, encouraging effective action for advancing and recognising women. From 1908, the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) in Great Britain adopted the colour scheme of purple, white and green to symbolise the plight of the Suffragettes. Purple symbolised justice and dignity - two values strongly associated with women's equality. 



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