WSK SUPER MASTER SERIES IN SARNO, RED HOT SPRINT TO THE LINE: VIGANÒ (I – TONY KART-VORTEX KZ2), JANKER (D – KR-PARILLA OK), ARON (E – FA KART-VORTEX OKJ) AND MATVEEV (RUS - CRG-TM 60MINI) QUICKEST IN THE HEATS.
Sarno (Salerno, Italy)
Saturday, April 7, 2018
WSK news 18-04-07th - 339 Kb
FINAL STAGES IN LIVE STREAMING FROM WSK.IT TOMORROW.
EYING THE CHEQUERED FLAG OF WSK SUPER MASTER SERIES.
The final qualifying heats ended this afternoon and completed the qualifying phase of the closing and decisive round of WSK Super Master Series. The curtains are about to fall on this WSK series at the International Circuit Napoli of Sarno (I), as only Prefinals and Finals are left to run tomorrow, before celebrations of the winners of 2018 begin. The await for the final sprint to the line is mounting, not only among those drivers that aim to the victory of the classification, but also among the whole lot of 270 racers in KZ2, OK, OKJ and 60 Mini.
STARTING GRIDS DEFINED: ALL RACES AVAILABLE THROUGH LIVE STREAMING TOMORROW.
The program featuring Prefinals and Finals will get underway tomorrow at 10:50. All the racing action starting from the first race will be available from Sarno through the live streaming feed on wsk.it and on the facebook page of WSK Promotion. The coverage will include all the races up to the celebration of the winners.
MATTEO VIGANÒ DOMINATES KZ2.
KZ2 confirmed what seen yesterday, that is, a Matteo Viganò (Tony Kart-Vortex-Bridgestone) dominating the category so far. The driver from Bergamo (I) won all the heats and led the way from lights to flag, taking the pole position of the Prefinal in this way. Next to him, Alex Irlando (Sodi Kart-TM) from Locorotondo, Apulia, has chased closely Viganò and still has some chances to aim to the final win. The second row of the grid will be occupied by provisional classification leader Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart-Vortex), who will have his main rival in the classification behind: Paolo De Conto (CRG-TM).
HANNES JANKER HUNTING FOR THE WIN IN OK.
Hannes Janker (KR-Parilla-Bridgestone) wants the OK leadership back: 4 wins in 4 races earned the German a pole position start in Prefinal A, where he will be joined in front row by the Dutch Tijmen van der Helm (Tony Kart-Vortex). The Dane Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart-Vortex) secured two wins and took the pole position of Prefinal B, with Luigi Coluccio (BirelArt-TM), from Lecce, set to start next to him. Nielsen and Janker are respectively first and second in the provisional classification, while the British driver Jonny Edgar (Exprit-TM) is currently third, but will start Prefinal B from the third row.
PAUL ARON GETS OKJ POLE POSITION.
Thanks to the three wins under his belt, the Estonian driver Paul Aron secured the Prefinal A pole position in OKJ. He will have the British driver Zac O‘Sullivan next to him (both on FA Kart-Vortex-Vega). This is going to be a great start for the classification hopes of both: they are in fact all set to attack the new leader in the provisional classification Gabriele Minì (Parolin-Parilla), who won one heat today and will start Prefinal B from the second row tomorrow. The pole position in this race was secured by the Brazilian Gabriel Bortoleto (CRG-TM), who scored two wins today. Next to him, the Russian Vlad Lomko (Kosmic-Parilla). Classification-wise, this has been a good result for Bortoleto, who is currently second, as the previous leader, the Russian Kirill Smal (Tony Kart-Vortex), was delayed today.
DIMITRY MATVEEV STILL ON TOP OF 60 MINI.
In the day that saw several underdogs coming to the fore, the Russian Dmitry Matveev (CRG-TM-Vega) won three heats securing the pole position of Prefinal A. Alongside him in the front row, Alexandru Iancu (Maranello-TM) won one heat. The Swede Joel Bergstrom (IP Karting-TM) also had a solid day and scored a victory in one heat, securing the pole position of Prefinal B, with Gianluca Costantino (Italcorse-TM) to start next to him. The Norwegian Martinius Stenshorne (Parolin-TM) is the man to be beaten and will start Prefinal A from the second row. He leads the provisional classification with the Italian Kimi Antonelli (Energy-TM) following him.