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Evenement National > FFSA Karting

La finale du Championnat de France de Superkart est couplée avec la troisième et dernière compétition du Championnat d'Europe FIA-Karting 2018 et se déroule comme ces dernières saisons sur le circuit Bugatti du Mans du 26 au 28 octobre.

 

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Le plateau européen est plus conséquent sur cette manche Française que sur les deux précédentes (29 engagés) en raison d'une délégation française plus fournie (8 concurrents), qui garde comme objectif de se départager au classement national.

Au niveau européen, cette finale reste à suspens. En effet, les deux favoris sont encore au coude à coude, mathématiquement deux points seulement les séparent. Le duel récurrent se poursuit entre les deux derniers pilotes titrés : L'Allemand Peter Elkmann (Anderson/VM) Champion 2017 face au Tchèque Adam Kout* (MS Kart/DEA) double Champion 2015 & 2016. Toutefois, au-delà des apparences, l'avantage demeure à Elkmann. Il faut décompter un résultat et son abandon pour casse moteur à Assen ne le pénalisera probablement pas.

Les deux protagonistes devront néanmoins se méfier de l'Allemand Andreas Jost (Anderson/VM) qui réalise une superbe saison. Au Championnat d'Europe, il cumule 4 podiums consécutifs et ne possède que 11 points de retard sur Elkmann. Il a gagné cette année à Dijon dans le cadre du Championnat de France qu'il vient de remporter avant terme démontrant la pression plus forte qu'il impose à ses adversaires.
Parmi les candidats potentiels au podium, il faut compter sur le Belge Yannick de Brabander (MS Kart/VM) de retour de son Championnat du monde OK à Kristianstad fin septembre. Il est l'auteur de la seule victoire qui a échappé à Elkmann à Assen. Il devrait se battre avec Jost pour la 3ème place au classement final, un seul point les départageant avant cette finale.


Autre revanchard, le Britannique Daniel Clark* (Anderson/VM), son intention étant la recherche d'une performance ponctuelle suite à ses déboires (Double abandon à Donington).

Au niveau national ; Seuls les pilotes ayant participé au minimum à une épreuve FFSA seront pris en compte. (* Kout et Clark ne sont pas concernés). Elkamnn, favori de l'épreuve, aura d'abord à cœur de conserver son titre européen, ce qui automatiquement renforcera sa position au classement France, avec néanmoins un arrière-goût d'amertume. En raison de son absence au Val de Vienne, il a dû laisser filer le titre à Jost, qui a totalisé 3 victoires sur cette manche. La troisième position est particulièrement serrée, entre le Néerlandais Léo Kurstjens (MS Kart/VM) et le Français Alexandre Sébastia (Anderson/DEA). Ils n'ont qu'un seul point d'écart et les deux sont susceptibles de s'immiscer parmi les outsiders européens. Les conditions climatiques annoncées pluvieuses peuvent faciliter le Français. Jaime Zuleta et Johan Lamalle devront aussi savoir se faufiler parmi la meute pour marquer le maximum de points possibles.

Un autre Français sera à suivre avec attention. C'est en effet, le retour en compétition de l'ancien triple Champion d'Europe Emmanuel Vinuales (MS Kart/VM). En dehors de tout objectif de classement, sa motivation est focalisée vers la quête d'un podium. Il a essayé son matériel au Vigeant dans ce but. Il détient justement le record de la piste, ce depuis 2016 en 1'33''120'''. L'épreuve du Mans devrait être reconduite en 2019 mais comme épreuve unique dans le cadre du Championnat FIA-Karting de Superkart.


Classement général provisoire Championnat de France : 1.Andreas Jost 214 points, 2.P.Elkmann 155, 3. L.Kurstjens 117, 4. A.Sebastia116, 5. J.Zuleta 92, etc. 

 

 

Info FFSA / © Photo Mediasuperkart


International > Italy

The 47th Trofeo delle Industrie announces another record presence in the four categories on track this year at the South Garda Karting Circuit in Lonato. The race will take place from October 26th to 28th and will have 240 entered drivers in KZ2, OK-Junior, 60 Mini and Iame X30 Senior. Such important figures reward the oldest karting race in the world: the trophy was in fact originally devised in 1971 by Umberto Pellegrini and took place at the Kartodrome of Parma before relocating to the South Garda Karting Circuit in Lonato in 2012.

 

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KZ2 reached level 60 entered drivers, among which a lot of top names like Riccardo Longhi on BirelArt, who won the past two editions. Among the main protagonists, Team SRP Racing's drivers will make their debut on the Maranello Kart chassis as a preview of season 2019. They will be led by DKM Champion Fabian Federer. The Italian Vice-Champion Giuseppe Palomba will also be present for his first race on new material with Croc Promotion. Francesco Celenta on Praga, Alessandro Pelizzari on Energy, Pasquale Tellone on the new SRK chassis, Manuel Cozzaglio on BirelArt, the Swede Benjamin Tornqvist on CRG, the Croatian Kristijan Habulin on TB Kart, Emilien Denner on Kalì-Kart and Christoph Hold on Maranello will certainly be among the protagonists of this category.

OK-Junior went beyond level 50 drivers and vice-World Champion and vice-European Champion Gabriele Minì on Parolin will make it to the start in his first year in the category after an important experience in Mini. Other big names of this karting season will be present too, as the Russian Kirill Smal on Tony Kart, who was fifth in the recent World Championship and Tommaso Chiappini on Formula K, who won the Italian Championship. Several teams will be present. The ones with the highest number of drivers are CRG, Ward Racing, Ricky Flynn, KR, Forza Racing, Baby Race, Ward Racing and BirelArt.

Category 60 Mini is the most crowded category that reached its cap of 72 entries. The main teams will be present: namely, Team Driver, Baby Race, Formula K, Gamoto, SRP Racing, Ward Racing, Evokart, Energy and Parolin. Big names will be present among the drivers too, like Brando Badoer, Cristian Bertuca and a lot of other young Italians that will have to face the fierce competition of foreign drivers like Coskun Irfan, Ean Eyckmans and Alex Powell.

Category Iame X30 Senior is also packed with 54 drivers including the main protagonists of the season, like the winner of the National Iame X30 Andrea Bristot and the top ten finishers of the Italian X30 Senior Championship Francesco Pagano, Danny Carenini, Leonardo Caglioni, Marco Moretti, Carlo Aldera and Vittorio Maria Russo.

The 47th Trofeo delle Industrie will be available through Live Timing and Live Streaming at www.trofeodelleindustrie.it.

Friday, October 26th: Free practice from 8:15. Sporting scrutineering from 11:30.
Saturday, October 27th: Free practice from 8:00, Qualifying from 10:00. Qualifying heats from 12:40.
Sunday, October 28th: Warm up from 8:15. Second chance races from 10:20. Prefinals from 13:00. Finals from 14:20.

 

Parma Motorsport Press Office


Pilot > France

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The CRG Racing Team is pleased to announce the collaboration agreement for the 2019 season with the young French driver Théophile Naël, that will be committed in the OK Junior category in a full program including all the CIK-FIA races (European and World Championships), the WSK events and most prestigious trophies, starting from Lonato's Winter Cup.

 

Théophile was born in Saint-Etienne in June 2007 and he started racing when he was 7 years old. From the sporting point of view, he grew up in the Rotax youth classes where he won the National Series in France in the Minime category in 2017 and the National title in Cadet this year, besides qualifying all the times for the Grand Finals in his category.

 

It's a driver with a high potential, both for the talent that he already shown and for the professionalism that his family and staff are putting for his training in karting, a preparatory phase before landing in car racing.

 

In this perspective, the agreement with the CRG official Racing Team assures Théophile the support of one of the most professional and winning structures in the world, in the year of his debut in OK Junior. In order to face the high number of races and tests, the young French driver will attend an institute for athletes. His working schedule with the team will start with winter tests, whilst the first race will be in February with the Winter Cup in Lonato.

 

 

Press Office CRG SpA


International > WSK

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Three racing weekends separate the one just ended in Lonato (BS) to the closer of Adria (RO) on November 25th during which the WSK Final Cup's contenders will put on a fierce competition on track. These are the premises at South Garda Karting for the series that ends the WSK Promotion season. Several interesting names of International Karting emerged in the opener. Others are called to bounce back in the second round, scheduled for the weekend of November 11th at the Circuit 7 Laghi in Castelletto di Branduzzo (PV).

Lorenzo Travisanutto, first leader in OK.
The first win in OK went to the Italian Lorenzo Travisanutto (KR-Parilla-Bridgestone), who got the full haul in this first round: he won all the heats, Prefinal A and then claimed the win in the Final by a good margin. The Dutch Kas Haverkort (CRG-TM) tried to challenge him. He recovered up to the victory in Prefinal B and then tried to chase Travisanutto. Haverkort eventually had to settle for P2, as the Italian Luigi Coluccio (BirelArt-TM) tried to attack him staying in his slipstream. Following the win from Haverkort to Coluccio, Travisanutto is currently leading OK at 90 points.

Alex Powell, the benchmark in 60 Mini.
The very young Alex Powell (Energy-TM-Vega) came from Jamaica resolute to shine: he managed to do exactly this after beating the young karting promise Brando Badoer (Parolin-TM), who has battled for the victory all the way to the flag of the Final. The two exchanged on top of the charts for the whole weekend, starting from qualifying heats up to Prefinals, when they claimed one win each. At the start of the Final, Powell was quick to take the lead, while Badoer had initially to concede the second place to the Brit Coskun Irfan (Parolin-TM). The young Italian bounced back in the second half of the race and found his way past Irfan, when Powell was too far away though. The classification of the first round rewards the results scored in the heats, Prefinal and Final and currently sees Powell on top at 90 points.


Taylor Barnard recovers and wins OK Junior.
The British driver Taylor Barnard (KR-Parilla-Vega) had Prefinal-A as the turning point in his quest to the victory in OKJ. He had to recover following some results in the heats that did not place him to the front of the pack. The victory in the Prefinal allowed the Brit to get a pole position start in the Final and Taylor did not miss the chance to keep the lead all the way through. The race put in by the Russian Nikita Bedrin (Tony Kart-Vortex) was also quite good and, after a sudden hiccup that slowed him down in the heats, he managed to recover up to P2 in the Final. Bedrin had to face the challenge of his fellow countryman Kirill Smal (Tony Kart-Vortex), who eventually was third, following a penalty handed to the Italian Gabriele Minì (Parolin-TM) after the race, due to his racing behaviour. In the provisional standings, Barnard is the leader with 84 points.

 

Bas Lammers victorious in KZ2.
Bas Lammers (SodiKart-TM-Bridgestone) managed to win KZ2 setting a pace that took him to the win in all the races he run in Lonato: namely, qualifying heats, Prefinal and Final. The Dutch only struggled a bit towards the end of the Final, when the strong Finn Simo Puhakka (Tony Kart-Vortex) tried to steal the win from him. Lammers managed to fend him off even when the Italian Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart-Vortex) slid in the fight for the top. The three crossed the finish line in this order, which allowed Lammers to take the lead of the classification at 90 points.

 

 

Info WSK Promotion


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Depuis la 1re place sur la grille, Lorenzo Travisanutto (KR/Parilla) pointait en tête au 1er tour de la finale OK de la WSK Final Cup de Lonato. Luigi Coluccio (BirelART/TM) passait 2e devant Kas Haverkort (CRG/TM), Zane Maloney (FA Kart/Vortex) pointait 4e devant Dexter Patterson (KR/Parilla). Haverkort récupérait rapidement la 2e place alors l'avance de Travisnutto atteignait déjà les 7 dixièmes après 3 tours. Mal parti, Rasmus Joutsimies (Tony Kart/Vortex) revenait dans le top 10. Patterson doublait Maloney pour la 4e position, 1,5'' derrière Coluccio toujours à l'attaque pour la 2e place. Patterson cédait ensuite du terrain face à Maloney et Gabriel Bortoleto (CRG/TM) 5e. Nicklas Nielsen (Praga/Vortex) avait rétrogradé au 9e rang. L'avance de Travisanutto ne cessait d'augmenter jusqu'à culminer à 2,5'' sur la ligne d'arrivée pour saluer une grande victoire. Haverkort prenait la 2e place loin devant Coluccio, Bortoleto finissait 4e et Tijmen Van der Helm (KR/Parilla) revenait en 5e position devant Patterson et Nielsen. Harry Thompson (FA Kart/Vortex)avait repris 12 places pour rentrer dans le top 10, Sami Meguetounif (Exprit/Vortex) regagnait 10 positions pour finir 14e.

 

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Info Kartcom / © Photo KSP - Guillaume Veuve


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