APPOINTMENT WITH THE WSK LIVE STREAMING ON SUNDAY 28TH ON WSK.IT, AND ON THE FACEBOOK PAGE OF WSK PROMOTION.
THE CHALLENGE OF WSK CROSSES THE ALPS.
After the opening intense round of WSK Euro Series, this European challenge will move to France at the Gabriel Thirouin circuit in Angerville, that is about to stage the second round of the Series organized by WSK Promotion. The 1200 meters long circuit of Angerville is located in-between the cities of Paris and Orlčans and is all set to house again a WSK event after being the theatre of one of the first races of WSK International Series back in 2008. In the rotation of the categories on track, this time around OK, OK Junior and 60 Mini will make it onto the track. These grades have been quite lively in this early season with several drivers exchanging on top of classifications: this is why the round to be run on April 25th - 28th is going to provide the first chance to bounce back after the opener in Sarno (I).
CLOSING RACES IN LIVE STREAMING FROM FRANCE.
With these premises, the live streaming of the second round of WSK Euro Series is going to be very exciting and, as usual, it will cover the racing Sunday: coverage will start at 10:30 on Sunday, April 28th, and all the races will be available through the usual video channels both on the wsk.it official web page and in the live section of WSK Promotion’s Facebook page.
HUNTING FOR THE WIN IN ANGERVILLE.
The opener of WSK Euro Series launched some new names on top of the classifications. At the end of the four scheduled rounds, the winners will be celebrated a the circuit of Adria in the overnight closing round on June 30th. Class OK is currently led by Dino Beganovic (Tony Kart-Vortex-Bridgestone) at 89 points. He is followed by Luigi Coluccio (BirelArt-TM) at 48 and by the Dutch Dilano van ‘t Hoff (Exprit-TM) at 30. Both drivers had a positive debut in the opening round. Gaps are quite short also in OK Junior where the Russian Nikita Bedrin (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega) is leading the pack at 90 points and is followed by the Dutch drivers Robert De Haan (Energy-TM) at 41 and Thomas Ten Brinke (FA Kart-Vortex) at 39. The surprise in 60 Mini comes from the British Macintyre (Parolin-TM-Vega), who put in a great debut in WSK Euro Series and is currently leading the charts at 80 points. He is followed by Jamaica’s Alex Powell (Energy-TM) at 58 and the Russian Aleksandr Tibekin (DR-TM) at 40.