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WSK Final Cup, Adria: MINI Final – An exemplary David Cosma-Cristofor makes it two in a row in Adria
Mattia Livraghi
21 November 2021

[translated with Google]

Tyres: Vega

  • After winning Prefinal A thanks to a textbook overtaking on the last lap against Jindrich Pesl (Babyrace Driver Academy - Parolin - IAME), David Cosma-Cristofor (Gulstar Racing - KR - IAME) also won in the final. The Romanian driver sprints well from pole position and stays in the lead from the stop lights to the checkered flag, resisting the pressure of Pesl, who is unfortunately forced to stop at the third last lap following the fall of the chain. Cosma-Cristofor thus wins the second consecutive success on the Adria circuit after the one obtained during the second round of the WSK Open Cup and puts the icing on the cake to a weekend that began with 24th place in qualifying.

  • Second at the finish line is Christian Costoya (Parolin Motorsport - Parolin - TM Racing), who gains four positions from the start and excelled in the exciting challenge with Dean Hoogendoorn (Kidix - Alonso Kart - IAME) and his teammate Dries Van Langendonck (Parolin Motorsport - Parolin - TM Racing). The three drivers are the authors of countless overtakes and counter-overtakes and the winner is the WSK Euro Series champion.

  • Hoogendoorn finishes third and thus conquers his first podium in WSK thanks to an excellent performance. The standard bearer of the Kidix team beats Van Langendonck by only 45 thousandths, who therefore has to settle for fourth place after having occupied third place for more than halfway through the race.

  • Niklas Schaufler (Emme Racing - EKS - TM Racing) gains two positions from the start to end a weekend that began with pole position in fifth place. Elliot Kaczynski (Ward Racing - Tony Kart - TM Racing) also gains two positions, who comes right behind the WSK Open Cup champion and even signs the fastest lap. It is fair to point out that Kaczynski only starts eighth in the final because, after having dominated Prefinal B, he suddenly slows down at a corner from the checkered flag due to a technical problem and crosses the finish line in fourth place.

  • Iacopo Martinese (Babyrace Driver Academy - Parolin - IAME), seventh and great protagonist of the weekend, makes up nine positions compared to the start. Davide Bottaro (AVracing - Parolin - TM Racing), Filippo Sala (Team Driver Racing Kart - KR - IAME) and Kilian Josseron (Team Driver Racing Kart - KR - IAME) also make a comeback, completing the top ten.

  • After winning Prefinal B thanks to an extraordinary recovery of 13 positions, Alfie Slater (Energy Corse - Energy Corse - TM Racing) slips sixth in an excited first lap and closes the race in 11th place. Followed by Oliver Palocko (Babyrace Driver Academy - Parolin - IAME), Roman Kamyab (Babyrace Driver Academy - Parolin - IAME), Lewis Wherrell (Team Driver Racing Kart - KR - IAME) and Vladimir Ivannikov (Formula K Serafini - IPK - TM Racing ), which complete the top 15.

  • After being among the best of the weekend, Zdenek Babicek (Tepz Racing Team - Parolin - TM Racing) is less incisive on Sunday, slipping from fourth to 12th place in Prefinal A and finishing the final in 20th place.

  • In addition to Pesl, Luna Fluxa (Team Driver Racing Kart - KR - IAME), another protagonist of the weekend, and Melvin Kalousdian (Gold Kart Racing Team - Righetti Ridoli - IAME) retire.

  • On the other hand, Emanuele Olivieri (Formula K Serafini - IPK - TM Racing), forced to retire, and Mattia Padoan (Team Driver Racing Kart - KR - IAME) leave the scene already in the prefinal, in difficulty compared to the previous days.



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