Val Vibrata is preparing to assign the titles of the Italian ACI Karting Championship

Val Vibrata is preparing to assign the titles of the Italian ACI Karting Championship

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From September 22 to September 25 in Sant’Egidio alla Vibrata (Teramo) the last round of the Tricolore.

There are 10 Italian titles that the Val Vibrata track is preparing to assign in the fifth and final round of the Italian ACI Karting Championship: 60 Mini, MINI Gr.3, KZ2, KZ2 Under 18, KZN Under, KZN Senior, X30 Junior, Rok Junior, Rok Senior, Women. For the final battle, an excellent parterre and many suitors are expected to win the Italian championship.

In Val Vibrata there are several drivers aiming for final success thanks to the coefficient 1.5 (60 points to the winner of race-1 and 39 points to the winner of race-2). The gaps will also be important: the best 8 results out of the 10 finals for the categories that are disputed over 5 round, the best 4 results out of the 6 finals for the categories over 3 rounds (KZN and Rok).

Titles have already been awarded in X30 Senior, OK and OK-Junior.
Since the last race in Sarno, the Italian titles in X30 Senior have already been assigned to Danny Carenini (Team Driver/Tony Kart-Iame-Komet), and in the single round of OK and OK-Junior with the titles won respectively by Gabriel Gomez (OK: CRG Racing Team/CRG-Iame-MG) and by Leo Robinson (OKJ: Ricky Flynn Motorsport/LN-Vortex-Vega).

The situation of the championship standings.
In KZ2 Danilo Albanese leads with 217 points, followed by teammate Mirko Torsellini with 167 points and Leonardo Giuseppe Marseglia with 134. The first of the KZ2 Under-18 drivers is Ebner Moritz with 220 points, Alex Maragliano is second with 191, Francesco Pio Sgobba third with 148.

In 60 Mini Domenico Coco is in the lead with 143 points, with Edoardo Mario Sulpizio at 125 points. Gioele Girardello with 105 points, Lopez Stanley with 100 and Pietro Lilli with 90.5 are chasing.

In the MINI Gr.3 Iacopo Martinese gained a decent advantage, reaching 230 points, but Christian Costoya with his 200 points and Dries Van Langendonck with 151 points are still able to undermine him.

In X30 Junior Antonio Apicella leads with a good margin with 222 points, followed by Riccardo Cirelli with 174 and Giacomo Maman with 156.

KZN is in its third round. In KZN Under the two main candidates for the final victory are Massimiliano Casagranda with 99 points, followed by Antonio Piccioni with 90. But others can also aspire to the final success. In KZN Senior Riccardo Nalon is very motivated, after having taken the lead with 137 points, Andrea Spagni is at 101.5, while Paolo Gagliardini has reached 95 points thanks to his comeback.

In the Women’s ranking, the title should not escape Mariachiara Nardelli thanks to her advantage of 64 points.

This is also the third test for the Rok. After the first two tests, Gabriel Moretto is in the lead in Rok Junior with 51 points, followed by Mattia Jentile with 48, by Alessandro Antonelli with 30 and Piotr Czaja with 29. Reduced gaps also in Rok Senior, with Bartosz Grzywacz leading with 64 points, followed by Davide Larini with 49 and Edoardo Leo with 33.5.

All championship standings: https://www.acisport.it/en/CIK/standings/2022

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IL CORRIERE DELLO SPORT. A special report on the test of the ACI Sport Italian Karting Championship at the Val Vibrata Kartodromo will be published on Wednesday September 28 in the sports newspaper Il Corriere dello Sport.

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