A lot of protagonists and the strongest teams out there signed up for the 49th edition of the Trofeo delle Industrie organized by Parma Motorsport at the South Garda Karting circuit.
The 49th edition of the Trofeo delle Industrie, race promoted and organized by Parma Motorsport for November 5-7 at the South Garda Karting Circuit of Lonato, will be back in style, as more than 280 drivers will partake this event ready to be part of the history of this prestigious karting race that is the oldest of the discipline.
A lot of protagonists coming from 36 different countries.
The drivers that entered the event come from 36 different countries and will defend the colors of the most credited teams in an event that is back in 2021 after one year of stop due to the world pandemic in 2020. The protagonists of the 49th edition of the race are going to be the strongest drivers of this season and the international-level teams that are ready to get on track in the five entitled categories of this year: MINI, OKJ, the more powerful KZ2, and the two crowded IAME categories X30 Junior and X30 Senior.
The 49th edition of the race scored an exceptional participation record as the entry list of 283 drivers betters the 261 drivers that entered the race in 1993 and edition 2019 that reached level 253 drivers. Among the most competitive teams, Team Driver Racing Team will field the highest number of competitors for the second year in a row, as this year it will compete with 21 drivers, while Sweden is the most highly represented nation (for the third year in a row) with 22 drivers, after Italy with 131.
All the main drivers of season 2021 ready for the challenge.
MINI counts 85 entered drivers and among these, the most competitive are the Swiss Kilian Josseron, the Italian Filippo Sala and the Brit Lewis Wherrell, that will defend the colors of Team Driver. They will have to face the competition of Czech Republic’s Jindrich Pesl of team BabyRace, the Dutch Dean Hoogendoorn of team Kidix, the Spanish driver Christian Costoya and the Belgian Dries Van Langendonck of Parolin Motorsport, the Romanian David Cosma-Cristofor of Gulstar Racing, the Austrian Niklas Schaufler of Emme Racing, and a lot more ready to shine.
In OKJ the Russians Kirill Dzitiev of Ward Racing and Dmitry Matveev of Koski Motorsport, the Chinese Zhenrui Chi and Yuanpu Cui of Beyond Racing, and Davide Larini of Zanchi Motorsport are expected to deliver a good performance.
Several protagonists are ready to come to the fore among the 60 drivers of KZ2. The Italians Alessandro Buran of Renda Motorsport, Andrea Dalè of Nuova 3M, Moritz Ebner of Tec Sav, Alessio Baldi and Lorenzo Giannoni of CRG, Massimo Dante of Maranello Kart, Michael Barbaro Paparo of Formula K Serafini, the German David Trefilov of SRP Racing Team and the Austrian Christoph Hold of CKR are expected to be among the protagonists. The fast Natalia Balbo will also be present with NGM Motorsport.
The two IAME X30 categories totalled 102 drivers equally split in the Junior and Senior. In Junior, Sebastiano Pavan, Riccardo Leone Cirelli, Antonio Apicella, Francesco Marenghi and Andrea Pirovano will compete for Team Driver, Cristian Biasatti for Ghidella Racing, Giulio Olivieri, René Lammers for Baby Race and Alessandro Minetto for Gamoto. In Senior, the 2021 Champion Danny Carenini is called to a good performance with Autoeuropeo, as teammates Riccardo Colombo and the French Arnaud Malizia, Carlo Aldera and Andrea Barbieri of TB Kart, Manuel Scognamiglio of team Gamoto, Cristian Comanducci and Federico Rossi of PRK, Valentino Baracco of Novalux, David Locatelli and Mattia Ingolfo of Zanchi Motorsport are also ready to shine.
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