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WSK Super Master Series rd 4, Sarno - MINI Gr.3 U10 Final: Lucas Palacio takes a chance and wins the final, Perico is champion.
Jacopo Colombo
02 March 2024

[Translated with Google]

Tires: Vega

  • Lucas Palacio's (KR Motorsport – KR – IAME) gamble of fitting slick tires on a damp track, but which was increasingly drying out, was certainly the winning move. After a few corners, the KR Motorsport driver sets the pace, demonstrating that he has made the best possible choice in these conditions.
  • Jean Poujol (Babyrace Driver Academy – Parolin – IAME) and Gabriele Iacomelli (DR – DR – TM Kart) also opt for dry tyres. For them respectively a second and third place comeback from 20th and 28th place on the grid
  • Henri – Constant Kumpmen (Tony Kart Racing Team – Tony Kart – Vortex) finishes in fourth place, followed by Xavier Lazaro (SM Racing – OTK – TM Kart) fifth, recovering 9 positions and despite a 3” penalty for positioning of the front bumper, ahead of Jason Kosmopoulos (CRG Racing Team – TGROUP – TM Kart), sixth after starting 13th.
  • Achille Rea (Tony Kart Racing Team – Tony Kart – Vortex), suffers a 5” penalty for multiple contacts and drops from fifth position to the finish line, to seventh. Eighth place instead for Andrea Iannone (Spinoproject Racing Team – Energy – IAME).
  • There are 27 positions recovered by Platon Kovtunenko (Borsch Racing – Energy Corse – IAME), who finishes 9th, followed by an Italian train made up in that order of Edoardo Colucci (CMT – Parolin – IAME), 10th, Davide Di Filippo (Babyrace Driver Academy – Parolin – IAME), 11th, and Lorenzo Di Pietrantonio (Babyrace Driver Academy – Parolin – IAME), 12th. The ranking continues with Stepan Mazepin (SM Racing – OTK – TM Kart), 13th, and Ludvig Bjaroy (CRG Racing Team – TGROUP – TM Kart), who obtains 14th position despite a 3” penalty.
  • Only 15th Niccolò Perico (Energy Corse – Energy Corse – TM Kart), also due to a 3" penalty for an incorrect manoeuvre, but despite the result of the final, he managed to win the champion title.
  • Retirement for Carl Nellegard (Ward Racing – Tony Kart – TM Kart). The Ward Racing Swede begins the weekend in Sarno as Perico's main opponent, but with his retirement in the final and Palacio's victory, he climbs from second to third place in the general classification, to the detriment of the American.



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