|On an enthusiastic end of the season, which had taken place on the South Garda International Circuit in Lonato (I), the drivers that have|
merited their victory were Belgian Yannik De Brabander (MaranelloParillaBridgestone), who managed to stay at the head of the lot in KF2, and Italian Matteo ViganÚ (BirelXTRDunlop). Along with them was Belgian Jonathan Thonon (CRGMaxterVega), already mathematically champion since the last round in Salbris (France) in KZ2.
KF2: From his leading position De Brabander has replied to the challenges to his victory by his most direct adversary Spanish Javier Tarancon (FA KartVortexBridgestone). During the race, though, Tarancon did not manage to counteract Italian Felice Tiene (CRGParillaBridgestone), who dominated the standings in the two finals. The Spanish driver, second coming in both races, managed to reduce the gap separating him from the top lead from 17 to 3 points. De Brabander, instead, held on to his third and fifth positions, enough to grant him the lead of the category. Together with Italian Aniello Smarrazzo (FAkartVortexBridgestone) third in the second final, the third position was held onto by Spanish driver Miki Monras (MaranelloParillaBridgestone), who together with De Brabander and Tarancon has entered the select groups of drivers on whom the final
superaward will fall. WSK Promotion, in partnership with Red Bull Junior Team, will identify out of the three the driver who
will be allowed a test on a F.BMW singleseater, provided by the same team. The test, scheduled in November, will award the most deserved driver who has given proofs of boldness and good results.
KF3: Matteo ViganÚ (BirelXTRDunlop), from Bergamo (I) managed to fix a really difficult situation. He was third in the standing, with 19 points separating him from British Jack Harvey (MaranelloXTRDunlop).
Together with him Italian Alessandro Kouzkin (TonyVortexDunlop)
has also achieved a splendid recovery of as many as 26 points.
Kouzkinís victory in the first final, over Italian Simone Favaro (ParolinXTRDunlop) and ViganÚ, had initially got the two followers closer to the leader, who had concluded only as nine. Dominating the second race, ahead of Kouzkin and Favaro, ViganÚ finally won the challenge of the classification, while Kouzkin reached the second position ahead of Harvey himself.
KZ2: Alessandro Piccini (MaranelloTMVega), from Florence (I) won the two finals of the KZ2, while Thonon, already secured winner of the series, was been delayed by other driversí contacts during the heated first final. Lithuanian Kazimieras Vasiliauskas (CRGMaxterVega),
twice second in the race, confirmed the same position in the standings, ahead of an excellent Spanish Peto Nieves (IntrepidTMVega).
Third ones, in the two finals, were Italian Devid De Luchi
(PCRTMVega) and French Arnaud Kozlinski (CRGTMVega).
Finally, as for the race reserved to the fascinating karts of
the 125 TTI Carbone, the victory was deserved by Italian Andrea Tonoli, ahead of Samuel Rubino and French Christophe
Vernet. Such exciting finals, as presented on RaiDue in the Sunday TV programme Numero Uno, will be available in details on Raisport (satellite and digital) on the 40 minutes' TV special broadcast on Friday 6th July at 6.40PM. More reports on Odeon Motori (on Odeon TV, Tuesdays at 20.05 and Wednesdays at 13.30) and on Stop and Go, on satellite channel UnoSat Sky 862.
Standings and news are available, as usual, on the official website www.wsk.it