THE LIVE STREAMING OF THE FINAL DAY ON SUNDAY 1ST NOVEMBER ON THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE WWW.WSK.IT.
WSK PROMOTION CELEBRATES ITS 10TH YEAR OF ACTIVITY WITH THE FINAL CUP.
It has become a tradition for WSK Promotion to celebrate the end of the season with the WSK Final Cup, the single-round event which made its debut in 2011. All the protagonists of the international kart racing, season winners or their challengers, gather to take part in an event of great importance and prestige in the last five seasons. The WSK Final Cup is the occasion that drivers and teams expect to end with in the best way their season. This year’s edition, scheduled from 29th October to 1st November, is more important than usual because it is the edition which closes the 10th year of activity of WSK Promotion. The 160 drivers who have entered the race (entries close on Tuesday 27th) have a further reason to try to score a top result.
THE WORLD CHAMPIONS ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE.
The 60 Mini and the KF Junior categories are particularly crowded and, together with KZ and KF, will be the protagonists of the event scheduled at the Adria Karting Raceway, near the town of Rovigo, in Italy. Lots of top drivers are taking part in the event: among them the new CIK-FIA World Champions Karol Basz (Kosmic-Vortex-Vega) from Poland and Logan Sargeant (FA Kart-Vortex-Vega) from the USA. They won the KF and the KFJ titles respectively a month ago in Muro Leccese and, in Adria, they are both racing in KF: this is going to be their first challenge (and the first time in KF for Sargeant) after their victories in the CIK-FIA Championships.
THE FINAL RACING DAY ON 1ST NOVEMBER AVAILABLE ON VIDEO.
Also the WSK Final Cup is going to enjoy the usual video coverage provided by WSK Promotion. The final phase scheduled on 1st November will be available live in streaming on the official website www.wsk.it. Broadcasting will start at 10.50 with the Prefinals. Then, at 02.00pm, the live streaming of the Finals.
TEN RACING SEASONS WITH WSK PROMOTION.
The WSK Final Cup, the ninth and final event of the 2015 WSK calendar, closes a decade of racing seasons which began in February 2006, when the World Circuit La Conca hosted the first round of the WSK International Series. Since then, WSK has promoted events all around the world, in three Continents for an overall amount of 115 events. Among them also the forthcoming race in Adria: the event will bring the total number of participants to WSK races to over 16,000 in ten years. WSK Promotion’s activity in Motorsport has developed also in CIK-FIA; in fact WSK has been promoting their World and European Championships since 2013. Besides, in the last two seasons, WSK has been operating also in car-racing, promoting the Italian F.4 Championship powered by Abarth.