WSK Final Cup at the Adria Karting Raceway from 10/30 all’11/01 – Final Races

WSK Final Cup at the Adria Karting Raceway from 10/30 all’11/01 – Final Races

The WSK Final Cup in Adria (Italy) has its winners: Ardigò (I – Tony Kart-Vortex KZ2), Nielsen (DK – Tony Kart-Vortex KF), Vesti (DK – Tony Kart-Vortex KFJ) and Michelotto (Energy-Iame 60Mini). The 10th season of activity of WSK Promotion finishes at the Adria Karting raceway.

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[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he WSK season ends with the WSK Final Cup.
There are winners and there are losers like in every competition, of course, but despite their final result all the 153 drivers who took part in the WSK Final Cup are proud of their participation and eager to come back. The event closed today at the Adria Karting Raceway, as the last event on the 2015 calendar of WSK Promotion. The facility in Adria (Italy) hosted an eventful finale, shown on video on the official website wsk.it. Even the most experienced champions had to work hard on track to achieve a success which remained uncertain until the last inch of the last Final. The great show put on by these great drivers was the best way possible to close and celebrate the 10th year of activity of WSK Promotion.
Ardigò closes the gap and wins in KZ2.
He didn’t have a good start so he had to work hard to close the gap: the Italian Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega) was obliged to battle against tough rivals such as the French Arnaud Kozlinski (Sodikart-TM-Vega) and the Spanish Jorge Pescador (Praga-Parilla-Vega) before having the upper hand. At about half race, Ardigò managed to gain the lead and to pull away. The battle for the other podium positions continued between the excellent Italian Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart-Vortex), Kozlinski and Pescador. The Italian managed to pass the French and the Spaniard but was eventually overtaken by Pescador, who became the runner-up behind Ardigò.
Nielsen wins in KF.
The Danish Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega) achieved success in KF keeping the head of the Final from the beginning until the end. His most dangerous rival, the Polish Karol Basz

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(Kosmic-Vortex-Vega) could do nothing but pursuing him from a rather remarkable distance. The race found another unexpected protagonist in the Dutch Richard Verschoor (Exprit-TM-Vega) who, after dropping to 6th position, managed to close the gap and to gain the third place behind Basz. When there were few laps remaining, Verschoor even managed to become the runner-up passing Basz and finishing behind the winner Nielsen.
Michelotto keps the head of the 60 Mini.
The Final of the 60 Mini seemed to be a matter between the two Italian drivers Mattia Michelotto (Energy-Iame-Vega) and Mattia Muller (Tony Kart-TM-Vega). It seemed so until the Danish Lucas Sommerlund (Energy-Iame-Vega) joined the battle starting from the 9th position on the grid. He eventually placed second behind Michelotto, while the third position was scored by Muller after a duel with the Italian Leonardo Caglioni (EvoKart-TM-Vega).
Vesti wins a heated KFJ Final.
The initial assault of the Italian Nicola Abrusci (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega), the long leadership of the Chinese Yue Yang Sun (FA Kart-Vortex-Vega), then the French Clement Novalak (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega)who gains the head of the race for a brief period of time and, finally, the victory of the Danish Frederik Vesti (Tony Kart-Vortex): this is the story of the KF Junior Final, where the name of the winner remained uncertain until the very end of the competition. Excellent performance for the runner-up, the French Charles Milesi (Tony Kart-Vortex), who had to recover many positions after a poor start. The Spanish David Vidales did even better: he finished third starting from the 18th slot on the grid.

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[box type=”shadow”] Fonte: WSK PROMOTION Press Office www.wskarting.com press@wskarting.com.[/box]

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