HOT NEWS - TKART -The competitive level of the KZ2 is very high, but Marco Ardigò’s level is higher than anyone else’s. The defending KZ world champion (Tony Kart/Vortex) is impossible to catch and proves all weekend long to be the man to beat.
He starts first, remains first, and ends first to conquer a more than deserved victory. Behind him it’s havoc. Lorenzo Camplese (Formula K/Parilla) was the “designated” number one rival, but has an unfortunate start. He tries to rise up over the first laps, but he eventually retires after a contact with Flavio Camponeschi (Tony kart/Vortex), who also goes out. The same thing happens to Paolo De Conto (CRG/Maxter), out five laps from the end when he was holding the eighth position; having scored the best lap is the only consolation to his bitter withdrawal. To return to the top end of the charts, second place belongs to Jorge Carlos Pescador (Praga/Parilla) and third place goes to Simo Puhakka (CRG/Maxter), star of a significant rebound with a pass on Jordon Lennox Lamb (Birel ART/Parilla) six laps from the end. The Brit has to make do with closing fourth, behind the opponent who took his place in CRG.
Davide Forè (CRG/Maxter) proves to be as young as aver with a nice fifth place finish ahead of Anthony Abbasse (Sodi Kart/TM). The French driver did a great job of defending his second place at the start, but then dropped back and was swallowed by the battle. A final note of mention goes to Luca Corberi (Tony Kart/Vortex) for doing the best climb of the final: he moves up fourteen spots from grid and ends twelfth.
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