THE FINALS LIVE ON THE INTERNET, FOLLOWED BY A SPECIAL TV REPORT ON RAISPORT ON FRIDAY 26TH APRIL.
IN SARNO ANOTHER APPOINTMENT FOR THE WSK EURO SERIES. Engines haven't been completely turned off in Sarno: the WSK Master Series finished last week - on the International Circuit Napoli - and it is already time for another appointment with WSK. WSK Promotion, in fact, has another round of the WSK Euro Series on schedule on the Southern Italian racing facility. The appointment is on next Sunday 21st April with the third and last but one round of the Series. The last round will be hosted by the Belgian circuit of Genk on 2nd June. So, once again, the great show of International karting takes centre stage on the circuit Napoli in Sarno, with 220 entries from over 40 countries.
FINAL SPRINT IN KZ1 WITH VERSTAPPEN LEADER. Max Verstappen (CRG-TM-Bridgestone) has won all the races in KZ1 he has taken part in this year: these are the credentials of the Dutch driver before the third round of the WSK Euro Series. He won in Muro Leccese (LE) and Zuera, in Spain, both in the Pre-final and in the Final. Last week WSK Master Series race in KZ2 in Sarno was Verstappen's only faux pas of the season. The English Ben Hanley (ART GP-TM-Bridgestone) and the Dutch Jorrit Pex (CRG-TM-Bridgestone), on the other hand, put in an excellent performance on the Southern Italian circuit last Sunday and they hope they can gain momentum also for the European Series.
IN KF, BOCCOLACCI READY TO FEND OFF HIS PURSUERS' ATTACKS. In KF the situation is utterly uncertain; Dorian Boccolacci (Energy-TM-Vega) is the leader, but behind him there is a long queue of threatening competitors. After his podium in Sarno last Sunday, the French driver is getting now ready to keep his narrow lead over the English Ben Barnicoat (ART GP-TM-Vega) and, above all, over the Italian Felice Tiene (CRG-Parilla-Vega). The latter is looking forward to racing on his home circuit after winning the previous round in Zuera.
THRILLS IN KZ2 THANKS TO ZANCHETTA'S RECOVERY. The Italian Marco Zanchetta (Maranello-TM-Bridgestone), leader in KZ2, found in his fellow countryman Riccardo Negro (DR-TM-Bridgestone) not only his toughest rival, but also the co-protagonist of gripping duels in this category. Zanchetta arrives in Sarno after winning the previous race in Zuera, while Negro just won the round of the WSK Master Series last week. The Czech Jan Midrla (Birel-TM-Bridgestone), third of the standings, is the dark horse of this race at the foot of Mount Vesuvius, which is going to be as thrilling as ever.
UNPREDICATABILITY REIGNS IN KF JUNIOR, WITH NORRIS ON TOP. Making previsions in KF Junior is no piece of cake given the results of last week races. The English Lando Norris (FA Kart-Vortex-Vega), the unbeaten leader of the European standings, gathered poor results in Sarno last week. Among his strongest rivals there is the English Daniel Ticktum (FA Kart-Vortex-Vega); he, just like his fellow countryman, wants to improve the results achieved in the last round of the WSK Master Series. The Italian Alessio Lorandi (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega) seems to stand his best chance to close the gap in the standings, where he is currently occupying the third position.
MARTINEZ LEADER 60 MINI AT ITS FINAL ROUND. For the 60 Mini, the WSK Euro Series finishes in Sarno with its second round, after the race of Muro Leccese at the beginning of March. The Spanish Eliseo Martinez leads the standings over the Malaysian Abdul Gafar Muizz (both on Hero-LKE-Le Cont). Third position for the Indian Kush Maini (Tony Kart-LKE-Le Cont), who, anyway, seems to be the favourite after the second place achieved in last week race.
WSK ON TV FROM SARNO. Next Sunday, the appointment with the images of the WSK is live on the Internet, while the WSK TV Magazine on Rai Sport will be aired on Friday 26th April.