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Excellent numbers for the second stage of the Italian Zone Cup in Jesolo, which also saw the debut of the Italian Legend Championship
10 May 2023

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For the historic Legend karts, a new international appointment has been confirmed for September 16-17 in Lonato with the "2023 Legend International Cup".

The second round of the Italia Zone Cup was held on the Pista Azzurra track in Jesolo, with about 80 drivers and the entry of the Legend category for its first appointment valid for the Italian ACI Karting Championship. A significant debut for the Legend category reserved for historic 100cc and 125cc karts from the 1990s, which will continue in the two already scheduled appointments of the 2023 Tricolore: June 3 in Lonato and July 16 in Val Vibrata.

A new international appointment in Lonato: “2023 Legend International Cup”.
An important international appointment for Legend has also been confirmed in these days: on September 16 and 17, the "2023 Legend International Cup" event will take place at the South Garda Karting Circuit for the 100cc category, with karts fully compliant with the ACI Sport 2023 Technical Regulations. It is a race open to Italian and foreign drivers, of an international nature, which is added to the 3 stages of the Italian Legend Championship and which testify to the attention that ACI Sport is paying for this type of kart that made the history of the 90s. The event in Lonato will take place over two days and will have adequate media coverage, including live streaming. Meanwhile, the second round of the Italian Legend Championship will take place on the Lonato circuit on June 3 on the occasion of the Italian Zone Cup.

The results of Jesolo.
In the round at the Pista Azzurra in Jesolo on April 16, success in Legend 100cc went to Alberto Barbi in race-1 and Andrea Pozzobon in race-2. In Legend 125cc Claudio Gullo won.
The new OK-N was also at the start with the victory of Anna Filotto in OKN-Junior and Diego Faè in OK-N. The winners of the finals in the other national categories were Mattia Capovilla in 60 Mini, Valentino Vivian in MINI Gr.3 Under 10, Alex Puligheddu in MINI Gr.3, Paolo Limena in KZ2, with Alessandro Minetto winner of Under 18, Andrea Antonello in KZN Rookie, Riccardo Nalon in KZN Under 25, Paolo Castellan in KZN Over 30, Antonio Perozzo in KZN Over 50.

Press Release © ACI Sport

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