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Great turnout of drivers in Lonato for the conclusion of the 29th Trofeo d'Autunno
Giovanni Mele
08 October 2019

[translated with Google Translate]

The 29th Autumn Trophy at the South Garda Karting ended with an exceptional show on the track, with the second final test that brought the record of 654 participants in the total of the two stages of September 29th in this traditional end-of-season event and 6 October.

In both races the national categories KZ2, KZN Under, KZN Over, 60 Mini and Entry Level competed. In the first test, 301 were registered with the Iame X30 categories, in the second test with the inclusion of the Rok Cup instead of the Iame the members were 353. A result that set another record for participation in the circuit South Garda Karting of Lonato and which confirms this plant among the most popular of all. The organization of this double event is also excellent, with all high level competitions. The second race on 6 October was also an opportunity for the riders of the Rok Cup categories to refine their preparation for this week's big event, the Superfinal of the international Rok Cup which from October 9th to 12th will see 435 riders at the start coming from 35 countries and from all 5 continents.

KZ2. The national categories were in the running for the overall victory in the Autumn Trophy. In KZ2 it was the Trentino Massimo Dante (Maranello-Tm) who won the first position in the general classification and celebrated for the third consecutive year the victory in the Trophy, thanks to the points won in this second race with the second place obtained behind William Lanzeni (CKR-Tm) and the success already gained in the first test. Among the fastest of this second race, also Lanzeni's teammate, the young Michele Fontana, third on the finish line and in front of two other protagonists of this race, Fabrizio Rosati on Maranello-Tm and Manuel Cozzaglio on BirelArt-Tm.

KZ2 Trofeo d'Autunno standings: 1. Dante points 87; 2. Lanzeni 85; 3. Fontana 82; 4. Cozzaglio 77; 5. Rosé wines 72.

KZN UNDER. In KZN Under Matteo Dondi on Intrepid-Tm scored twice with the victory won also in this race after going on to success on the first date. Riccardo Lucini (TB Kart-Tm) with Cristian Cobellini (VRK-Tm) in third position, followed by Andrea Pastorino (BirelArt-Tm), Paolo Fracasso (EKS-Tm) and Andrea Caregnato (Maranello-Tm).

KZN Under Trofeo d'Autunno Ranking: 1. Dondi points 90; 2. Lucini 84; 3. Pastorino 79; 4. Cobellini 78; 5. Fracasso 71.

KZN OVER. In KZN Over double also for Marco Pagani (Parolin-Tm) dominator of the category and winner of both tests. In this second race Pagani preceded Roger Ricco (Tony Kart-Tm) and Ferruccio Alacqua (Intrepid-Tm).

KZN Over Trofeo d'Autunno Ranking: 1. Pagani points 90; 2. Rich 76; 3. Water 75; 4. Gray 47.

60 MINI. In the Mini 60 full success for the young Bulgarian Nikola Tsolov (Parolin-Tm) of the Driver team who at the finish line preceded his teammate Austrian Kiano Blum and the Slovenian Aleksandar Bogunovic (Tony Kart-Tm). The first of the Italian pilots was Andrea Pirovano (Parolin-Tm) with the fourth position. With this success and the second position in the first round Tsolov won the Trophy.

Classification 60 Mini Trofeo d'Autunno: 1. Tsolov points 87; 2. Blum 80; 3. Bogunovic 76; 4. Maman 72; 5. Room 62.

ENTRY LEVEL. With the success obtained in the second test, Matteo Melis (Energy-Lke) won the Autumn Trophy, overcoming the winner of the last race, Pietro Bagutti (Energy-Lke), who finished fifth in this race. Melis won the final race on Ludovico Mazzola (Parolin-Iame) and on the South African William Mailula Reagile (Praga-Tm).

Ranking Entry Level Trofeo d'Autunno: 1. Melis points 84; 2. Bagutti 83; 3. Right 79; 4. Zheng Kwan Ho Kingsley 78; 5. Zechariah 71.

MINI ROK. The Mini Rok was dominated by foreign pilots. At the end of a fought final sprint, the victory went to the Russian Kirill Kutskov (Energy-Vortex) of the Energy team on the Jamaican team-mate Alex Powell. Third in the Arab Emirates rider Rashid Al Dhaheri (Parolin-Vortex) of the AV Racing team ahead of team-mate the Polish Jan Przyrowski. Quinto was awarded the Australian Jesse Lacey (Energy-Vortex). The first of the Italians was Francesco Marenghi (Energy-Vortex).

JUNIOR ROK. The Junior Rok was also particularly fought, where the victory went to Daniele Federici (Tony Kart-Vortex) of the Zanchi Motorsport team ahead of team-mate Rocco Mazzola. Third place went to Matteo De Palo (FA Kart-Vortex) after taking the lead in the final laps, the Belgian Douwe Dedecker (KR-Vortex), fifth the American Luca Mars (Tony Kart-Vortex).

SENIOR ROK. Giuseppe Gaglianò (KR-Vortex) came first in the Senior Rok at the finish line but at the end of the race he was penalized by 5 seconds due to the incorrect position of the front spoiler and was third in the standings. The victory went to Leonardo Moncini (Exprit-Vortex) with Federico Albanese (Righetti Ridolfi-Vortex) in second position.

EXPERT ROK. In the Expert Rok the victory went to the Polish Wojtek (Kosmic-Vortex) on the Canadian Giuseppe Crupi (Tony Kart-Vortex) and on the Ecuadorian Jorge Matos (Tony Kart-Vortex). In the Expert Rok Plus the Indian Mahpud Eris (Exprit-Vortex) won in front of Paolo Boselli (Redspeed-Vortex) and Peruvian Luis De Col (Kosmic-Vortex).

SUPER ROK. In the Super Rok Mattia D’Abramo imposed himself on the Andorran driver Alex Machado and on the New Zealander Rianna O’Meara-Hunt, all on Tony Kart-Vortex.

SHIFTER ROK. In the Shifter Rok success for Luca Bosco (Tony kart-Vortex) dominator of the final and winner ahead of Alessandro Buran (VRK-Vortex) and Swiss Michael Muller (Energy-Vortex), with the American James Myers (CRG-Vortex) fourth and Edoardo Tolfo (Praga-Vortex) fifth.

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