FIGHTS FOR THE VICTORY ARE ON IN SARNO (SA) AT THE WSK SUPER MASTER SERIES: ARDIGÒ (I - TONY KART-VORTEX KZ2), BORTOLETO (BR – CRG-TM OKJ), NIELSEN (DK – TONY KART-VORTEX OK) AND STENSHORNE (N – PAROLIN-TM 60 MINI) SHINING IN THE HEATS.
Sarno (Salerno, Italy)
Saturday, March 31, 2018
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STARTING GRIDS READY FOR THE WSK EASTER IN SARNO.
Things are not settled in categories KZ2, OK, OK Junior and 60 Mini that enliven WSK Super Master Series in Sarno (I). The International Circuit Napoli stages round 2 of the Series in a Easter spirit and surprises, no need to say, are around the corner every day: the results of heats today are a proof of this, as they changed things compared to qualifying. With this premise, it is difficult to predict who is gonna end the Finals tomorrow on the podium, especially in this moment of the season whereby the fight for the lead of the classifications is getting to its heart.
ALL CHALLENGES LIVE FROM SARNO ON WSK.IT.
This crucial moment of the WSK season, in which drivers are giving their best to get the highest possible result, but keeping an eye on the classification, gives a further motivation to follow the live streaming from Sarno on wsk.it. The live coverage will start tomorrow from 10:50 with Prefinals and will continue until the end of the Finals.
MARCO ARDIGÒ STILL ON TOP OF KZ2.
Marco Ardigò is recovering his best shape putting in record performances. The driver from Brescia was quickest yesterday in quali and today won the three heats scheduled, earning the pole position for Prefinal. Ardigò has been followed closely by team mate Matteo Viganò (both on Tony Kart-Vortex-Bridgestone), as he ended his day with three second places and taking the second spot of the grid, next to the poleman. The second row will be occupied by Alessandro Giardelli (CRG-TM) and Giuseppe Palomba (Intrepid-TM), who were the first of the rest behind the two Tony Kart drivers.
NICKLAS NIELSEN BACK IN THE LEAD IN OK.
The urge to bounce back is quite pressing and the toughness of the Dane Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart-Vortex-Bridgestone) led him to the top of the provisional OK classification, thanks to the victory in two of the three heats run. Roman Stanek (Kosmic-Vortex), quickest yesterday, is still among the favourites though: the strong Czech driver won one heat and will start next to poleman Nielsen in the front row of Prefinal A. The heat won yesterday by Dexter Patterson allowed the British driver to secure a front row start in Prefinal B. The front row will all be British, as Jonny Edgar (entrambi su Exprit-TM), was second thanks to one victory.
BORTOLETO FENDS OFF ARON IN OK JUNIOR.
The Estonian Paul Aron (FA Kart-Vortex-Vega) gave the best reply to the Brazilian Gabriel Bortoleto (CRG-TM), who was the quickest yesterday in OK Junior. Despite three wins in four heats, Aron could not get the lead of the classification due to a penalty in the closing race: amazingly, Bortoleto, Gabriele Minì (Parolin-Parilla) and Aron ended equal on points, leading the Brit Zak O’Sullivan (FA Kart-Vortex). The pole position of Prefinal A went therefore to Bortoleto, who will be joined in the front row of the grid by Aron. Minì will start Prefinal B from the pole, with O’Sullivan next to him.
MARTINIUS STENSHORNE CHARGING IN 60 MINI.
Following the first heat run yesterday, two more wins earned Martinius Stenshorne (Parolin-TM-Vega) the lead of the provisional standings and a pole position start in Prefinal A. Alongside the Norwegian, Andrea Antonelli (Energy-TM) put in a great comeback after the troubled session run yesterday. One victory earned the Pole Tymoteusz Kucharczyk (Parolin-TM) the pole position of Prefinal B. The British driver Coskun Irfan (Parolin-TM) confirmed to be on top thanks to good placings in the heats that gave him P2 next to Kucharczyk.