HOT NEWS – TKART – The race ids unpredictable and thrilling until the last corner, when Mattia Michelotto (Energy/Iame) secured the win. It’s true that he raced below expectations in the prefinal, but, all things considered, the Italian fully deserves the final victory: in the heats he was the fastest and in the final he did a great job of managing the race from the get-go. He immediately jumped up three positions and got behind Dennis Hauger (CRG/TM), then he waited patiently for the right moment to pass ahead. The Italian finally managed to snatch the lead at mid-race with an inside pass over the Norwegian and from here managed to defend the top spot until the checkered.
After Michelotto’s pass, Mattia Muller (Energy/TM) joined the top two. The three-kart train led the field until the last lap, where a final round of thrills kept everyone on the edge of their seats. Here Hauger tried a final attack, but Michelotto gave him no chances, shut him off and, despite the contact, managed to hold on to the top spot. Muller took advantage of Hauger’s thwarted attack and passed him to claim a second-place finish. Giuseppe Fusco (Tony Kart/LKE) closed behind the top three, after a four-position climb and a pass over Leonardo Marseglia (CRG/TM). The latter, who started from second place in front row, has to make do with rounding off the top 5.