WSK Master Series SARNO

WSK Master Series SARNO

OKJ- Finale

2ème BORTOLETO GABRIEL

OK – Finale

5ème HILTBRAND PEDRO  (CRG / TM)

13ème SAGRERA JAVIER (CRG / PARILLA)

KZ2 – Finale

4ème DE CONTO PAOLO  (CRG / TM)

8ème CAMPLESE LORENZO (MARANELLO / TM)

9ème MAXIMILIAN PAUL (DR racing)

10ème VASILE DANIEL (DR racing)

CRG kart    MARANELLO kart   TM racing

CRG TO THE FORE AT WSK WITH BORTOLETO, HILTBRAND AND DE CONTO
At the International Circuit Napoli in Sarno, the final classification of WSK Super Master Series saw Bortoleto ending second in OK-Junior, Pedro Hiltbrand fifth due to an excursion in OK and Paolo De Conto third in KZ2.

The performance of CRG drivers at the fourth and closing round of the WSK Super Master Series has been very high in the second weekend in a row at the International Circuit Napoli of Sarno. CRG drivers have been in the fight for the title in all categories and are all set to be protagonist in the forthcoming European CIK-FIA Championships.

GREAT BORTOLETO IN OK-JUNIOR. CRG hopes in OK-Junior were mainly on Gabriel Bortoleto, and the young Brazilian driver has been among the quickest also in this occasion, securing P1 at the end of heats after a troubled qualifying session. The Final run by Bortoleto has been amazing too: he claimed a second place finish, despite starting sixteenth due to an off-track excursion in Prefinal. Bortoleto ended second in the final classification, just one point short of the top, which shows that he is certainly ready to fight among the main protagonists at the forthcoming European Championship, that will kick off from Sarno next April 22nd.

Among the other CRG drivers, Adam Putera was 23rd in the Final, while Alfio Spina has been hit by bad luck despite showing a good growth in Sarno and claiming his maiden pole position in Junior. Resolute to run a good race, Spina was involved in an incident in Prefinal-B which did not allow him to take part in the Final. Xizheng Huang, Enzo Trulli, Tyler Maxson and Elio Giovane could not qualify for the Final either. The Final was won by Paul Aron, while the championship was went to Gabriele Minì.

HILTBRAND LET DOWN BY AN EXCURSION IN OK. Pedro Hiltbrand could not capitalize on the starting P5 on the OK starting grid due to an excursion that made him lose several precious positions in the heat of the first lap. This round has nevertheless been very positive for Hiltbrand, despite an incident in one heat that did not allow him to get a better starting position in Prefinal, which he managed to end with a strong and excellent P3 anyway. Hiltbrand closed the final in fifth place and he was fifth also in the final classification of the championship. Kilian Meyer was 17th in the Final, Ayrton Fontecha 23rd, Andrea Rosso 25th, while Franco Colapinto had to retire due to an incident instead. An incident in Prefinal involved team mates at CRG Callum Bradshaw and Olin Galli. This incident did not have consequences for the two drivers, but both could not qualify for the Final though. Javier Sagrera of Team M2 Racing Karts was 13th in the Final after a strong qualifying. The Final was won by Hannes Janker, who also won the Championship.

DE CONTO VERY COMBATIVE IN KZ2. In KZ2, the most powerful category, Paolo De Conto put in a overwhelming comeback in the closing weekend of WSK Super Master Series. Starting from qualifying practice he has been very strong to halfway through the Final, when he engaged a great duel with Alex Irlando to defend his P2 behind Ardigò. De Conto had to concede his place to Irlando and shortly after also to Hajek, eventually settling for P4. De Conto closed the championship in third place, while the Final and the Championship went Marco Ardigò’s ways. Among the private drivers on CRG, Ciro Mollo has been the quickest in P11, while Alessandro Giardelli of the CRG Racing Team was 14th and Marco Valenti 21st. Andreas Johansson in P20.

GREAT RACE BY MATVEEV IN MINI. One of the main protagonists in Mini on CRG run by Team Gamoto was the Russian Dmitry Matveev, who claimed the pole position and was leading the pack after heats. Matveev ended the Final in 13rd place, after being fourth in Prefinal-A. The Final was won by Martinius Stenshorne, who also won the championship.

WSK Super Master Series La Conca

KZ2 – Finale

1er DE CONTO PAOLO  (CRG / TM)

11ème TORNQVIST PERSSON BENJAMIN (CRG / TM)

OKJ – Finale

2ème BORTOLETO GABRIEL (CRG / TM)

OK – Finale

3ème HILTBRAND PEDRO (CRG / TM)

8ème MEYER KILIAN (CRG / TM)

MINI 60 – Finale

6ème BERTUCA CRISTIAN (EVOKART)

7ème CIMENES JACOPO GIUSEPPE (EVOKART)

11ème MARENGHI FRANCESCO (EVOKART)

CRG kart    TM racing

CRG secured a splendid win in KZ2 with Paolo De Conto and a double podium in OK with Pedro Hiltbrand and in OK-Junior with Gabriel Bortoleto in the second round of the WSK Super Master Series held in La Conca.

The WSK Super Master Series has run its second round of the season in La Conca, after skipping the round of Lonato due to snow. The weather in the south of Italy has indeed been different, with a pleasant springy sun that allowed all drivers to show their best.

Paolo De Conto has been the main protagonist of KZ2. In his WSK 2018 debut he claimed a spectacular win on CRG-Tm at the end of an hard-fought duel with Marco Ardigò, who was still very competitive despite being at the comeback after a long absence from racing. The reigning world champion of CRG dominated the weekend though, securing the pole position, keeping the lead after heats, winning the Prefinal and taking the victory in the Final. De Conto has climbed on top of the classification thanks to these results.

Benjamin Tornqvist, 11th with CRG Holland and Emilien Denner, 14th on Kalì-Kart-Tm, also run two solid races in KZ2. The other CRG factory driver, Alessandro Giardelli, ended 22nd after a brilliant qualifying, while Marco Valenti was 27th.

Pedro Hiltbrand secured the third step of the podium in OK on CRG-Tm at the end of a good race. He has put in a crescendo of results over the weekend, starting from the 14th place of qualifying to the seventh after heats. Regarding the other CRG factory drivers, the Spanish Kilian Meyer was eighth and Andrea Rosso 17th. Franco Colapinto could not qualify for the Final instead, after a good qualifying stage, while Callum Bradshaw had a similar fate, as he had to retire from the Prefinal. Hiltbrand is currently eighth in the classification, Meyer is 11th.

Another good podium was obtained in OK-Junior by Gabriel Bortoleto, who ended second. The young Brazilian has been one of the main protagonists of the junior category on his CRG-Tm. He was sixth in qualifying and fifth after the heats, claiming also a victory. Bortoleto recovered well in Prefinal, climbed up to P2, sliding in the leading group of the Final and holding the lead for a while, before ending the race in P2. Bortoleto is currently second in the classification, 36 points shy of the leader. Enzo Trulli was 17th, while Alfio Spina, just missed out on qualifying for the Final due also to a penalty.

23ème WINTER CUP LONATO

 

23ème WINTER CUP LONATO

OK – Finale

3ème Hiltbrand Pedro (CRG / TM)

10ème Bradshaw Callum (CRG / TM)

KZ2 – Finale

3ème Federer Fabian (CRG / TM)

8ème De Conto Paolo (CRG / TM)

10ème Pex Jorrit (CRG / TM)

MINIROK – Finale

3ème Bertuca Cristian (EVOKART)

9ème Lupifieri Hayden (CRG)

10ème Iancu Alexandru (MARANELLO)

CRG kart

MARANELLO kart

TM racing

CRG, TWO PODIUMS AT THE WINTER CUP WITH HILTBRAND AND FEDERER
Pedro Hiltbrand secured the third step of the podium in OK at Winter Cup, Fabian Federer alike in KZ2 with Team SRP. Paolo De Conto completed a great comeback race. Gabriel Bortoleto off in the Final, after being among the main protagonists of OK-Junior.

Weather conditions have affected the performance of CRG drivers at the 23rd edition of the Winter Cup of Lonato, but two well-deserved podiums rewarded Pedro Hiltbrand’s combative performance in OK and Fabian Federer’s race in KZ2 with Team SRP.

Cold and rain that made the tarmac tricky on Saturday and on Sunday did not help the performance of the Italian outfit’s drivers. In particular, these conditions did not help Paolo De Conto in KZ2, who managed nevertheless to recover from some contacts in the heats making good show of the competitiveness of his CRG-Tm chassis in the Final, when he recovered from last to an excellent P8, and did not help Gabriel Bortoleto either, as he slipped off at the “chicane” during OK-Junior’s lap one, when holding P4 after being among the quickest of the weekend.

KZ2. Fabian Federer, on track with Team SRP, clinched the third step of the podium at the end of an overall good performance, finishing behind Ben Hanley and Anthony Abbasse. Paolo De Conto took three second places in the heats, but was later on involved in three incidents in the following heats and in the Super Heat, which forced him to start the Final from the last place on the starting grid. He managed anyway to complete a stunning comeback up to the eighth place. It would have been difficult to get something more. Among CRG protagonists in KZ2, good performances were put in by Jorrit Pex, who was 10th in the Final, the Swiss Jean Luyet was 16th, while Alessandro Giardelli was fourth absolute in qualifying being 0.049s shy of the pole position and ended 17th in the Final. Benjamin Tornqvist of CRG Holland was 20th, Andrea Dalè 23rd for team Nuova 3M and Stan Pex 28th. Emilien Denner (Kalì-Kart) just missed out to qualify for the Final, as happened to Michael Rosina, Marco Valenti and Filippo Berto, that could not get into the top 34 despite the good times posted in practice.

OK. In OK, Pedro Hiltbrand managed to confirm his speed in the Final, leading his CRG-Tm to the third step of the podium, after being seventh in qualifying practice and constantly scoring good results in the heats, in a crescendo of results that reached its top with the second place in his Super Heat. Callum Bradshaw ended a very good performance within the top ten in P10, while Kilian Meyer was handed a 10s time penalty (dropped front fairing) and was pushed down to P13. Franco Colapinto ended behind in P17, but he put in a good recovery after the practice times and results of the heats. Some episodes in the heats prevented Andrea Rosso from qualifying for the Final, as happened to the two drivers from Hong Kong Royce Yu and Frederik Lee. The Final was won by Hannes Janker.

OK-JUNIOR. A good performance was expected from Gabriel Bortoleto in OK-Junior, and the Brazilian was in fact among the protagonists until the Final, when he was betrayed by the braking at the chicane of the first lap slipping wide on the tricky tarmac due to the rain fallen on Saturday. That was a real shame since Bortoleto could have scored a good result, as shown by his victory in the Super Heat. The Final was won by Paul Aron. Among the other CRG drivers, Luca Giardelli was 16th, Alfio Spina 22nd but showed sensible improvements in his debut in the category, as done by Enzo Trulli, who was 24th. Malaysia’s Adam Putera and the two Americans Tyler Maxson and Elio Giovane could not qualify for the Final in what was their first experience in a hard-fought and difficult race like the Winter Cup.
MINI ROK. The best results for CRG in Mini Rok were obtained by Hayden Lupifieri, who was ninth at the end of a good comeback race. The Russian Dmitry Matveev of Team Gamoto was 16th instead, while the other Russian Kostantin Krapin of CRG Holland ended 26th. The victory went to Andrea Kimi Antonelli.

CIK-FIA WORLD KZ CHAMPS & INTERNATIONAL KZ2 SUPER CUP WACKERSDORF

CIK-FIA WORLD KZ CHAMPS & INTERNATIONAL KZ2 SUPER CUP WACKERSDORF

KZ – Finale

1er De Conto, Paolo (CRG / TM)

4ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

8ème Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

13ème Dale, Andrea (CRG / TM)

KZ2 – Finale

2ème Persson, Benjamin (CRG / TM)

5ème Zanchetta, Marco (MARANELLO / TM)

8ème Gonzales, Nicolas (MARANELLO / TM)

9ème Paul, Maximilian (DR kart)

10ème Rosati, Fabrizio (CRG / TM)

ZANARDI kart / CRG kart / MARANELLO kart / DR kart – RENNESKART

PARILLA engines / TM engines – RENNESKART

GREAT CRG WITH DE CONTO. THE 40th WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WON IN WACKERSDORF
Paolo De Conto secured the second KZ world title in a row on CRG-Tm in the World Championship held in Germany, 40th for CRG. CRG close to the big target also in KZ2 with Benjamin Tornqvist Persson in the International Super Cup.

The CIK-FIA KZ World Championship in Wackersdorf ended with another great win for CRG, that secured its 40th title with Paolo De Conto, who won his second world title in a row after, the one taken last year in Sweden, also on CRG-Tm.
In reality, CRG was very close to scoring another double win in Germany, as happened last year in Sweden, when Paolo De Conto was crowned 2016 KZ World Champion and Pedro Hiltbrand won with CRG the International KZ2 Super Cup. This time around, in Wackersdorf (Germany) another double win was at reach in KZ2 with the Dutch driver Benjamin Tornqvist Persson, who has been leading the Final until the last corner, but in this occasion CRG Holland’s driver had to settle for P2, as he was pipped by Alex Irlando in the sprint to the line.

CRG once again has been competitive and charging for the victory in both categories. Things went down to the wire in KZ2, while Paolo De Conto had the upper hand on his rivals recovering from P14 in qualifying, result that he had converted into P4 after the heats. De Conto therefore deservedly claimed another KZ World Championship, after winning the KZ European Championship in Kristianstad last July 30th. Amazing Paolo De Conto! He has been already crowned World Champion two times and European Champion three times.

In KZ, Jorrit Pex has also been shining in Wackersdorf completing a recovery up to the final fourth place, after holding a podium position for several laps. Stan Pex also run a strong race, ending eighth after an incident in the closing heat on Sunday morning penalized his starting position in the final. Andrea Dalè (Nuova 3M) also put in a solid performance ending 13th, while Flavio Camponeschi lost a few positions crossing the finish line in 16th position. Alessandro Giardelli run a strong race showing all his grit the first year in the category, ending the World Championship in 21st place. Macau’s driver Wing Chung Chang run a positive race ending 24th. Fabian Federer (SRP) has always been among the protagonists, but ended his Final on the first lap due to an incident with Lammers.

In KZ2, alongside the second place obtained by Benjamin Tornqvist Persson, CRG’s Fabrizio Rosati (SRP) ended within the top ten in P10. The Dutch driver Dylan Davies of CRG Keijzer Racing was 14th, CRG Holland’s Joey Hanssen 14th, Kay Van Berlo (CRG Keijzer) 22nd and Max Tubben (CRG Holland) 23rd due to a penalty. Some bad luck hit the two German drivers of CRG TB Racing Team Dominik Schmidt and Moritz Horn, that respectively ended 30th and 31st. The two Spanish drivers Gerard Cebrian Ariza and Enrico Prosperi, and the French Emilien Denner on Kalì Kart could not qualify for the Final instead.

An ecstatic Paolo De Conto commented his victory in KZ in this way: “This second KZ World Championship has been quite different from last year. This time around I did not put in a good lap in qualifying and I started heats from the fourth row. I had to take a lot of risks to get some ground back, but I managed to clinch the second row of the grid for the Final, a position that allowed me to fight for the win. We did an amazing job. I would like to thank CRG, starting from Giancarlo Tinini, the whole family and all the guys back at the factory, my mechanic Omar who did an exceptional work and, finally, my family and friends. This has been a difficult team victory, I also want to thank TM for the great job done that allowed us to be in front and take the win. This year CRG and I secured also the victory of the KZ European Championship, it has been a great season. I could not wish for more. Now we start working for the next season, aiming to score some other great results with CRG.”

ZANARDI kart / CRG kart / MARANELLO kart / DR kart – RENNESKART

PARILLA engines / TM engines – RENNESKART

CIK-FIA EUROPEAN CHAMPS (ROUND 2), CIK-FIA EUROPEAN JUNIOR CHAMPS (ROUND 2) & CIK-FIA EUROPEAN KZ CHAMPS (ROUND 3)

CIK-FIA EUROPEAN CHAMPS (ROUND 2), CIK-FIA EUROPEAN JUNIOR CHAMPS (ROUND 2) & CIK-FIA EUROPEAN KZ CHAMPS (ROUND 3) ALONSO

KZ – Finale

1er De Conto, Paolo (CRG / TM)

5ème Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

8ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

OKJ – Finale

1er Michelotto, Mattia (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

5ème Sasse, Hugo (CRG / TM)

13ème Marseglia, Leonardo (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

OK – Finale

2ème Joyner, Thomas (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

4ème Van Berlo, Glenn (CRG / PARILLA)

10ème Lippkau, Luca (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

ZANARDI kart / CRG kart / MARANELLO kart / DR kart – RENNESKART

PARILLA engines / TM engines – RENNESKART

CIK-FIA EUROPEAN KZ CHAMPS (ROUND 2), CIK-FIA EUROPEAN KZ2 CHAMPS (ROUND 1)

CIK-FIA EUROPEAN KZ CHAMPS (ROUND 2), CIK-FIA EUROPEAN KZ2 CHAMPS (ROUND 1)

KZ – Finale

1er De Conto, Paolo (CRG / TM)

3ème Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

12ème Torsellini, Mirko (CRG / TM)

KZ2 – Finale

6ème Gonzales, Nicolas (MARANELLO / TM)

12ème Persson Tornqvist, Benjamin (CRG / TM)

ZANARDI kart / CRG kart / MARANELLO kart / DR kart – RENNESKART

PARILLA engines / TM engines – RENNESKART

CIK-FIA EUROPEAN CHAMPS, CIK-FIA EUROPEAN JUNIOR CHAMPS & CIK-FIA EUROPEAN KZ CHAMPS (ROUND 1) SARNO

CIK-FIA EUROPEAN CHAMPS, CIK-FIA EUROPEAN JUNIOR CHAMPS & CIK-FIA EUROPEAN KZ CHAMPS (ROUND 1) SARNO

KZ – Finale

1er De Conto, Paolo (CRG / TM)

4ème Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

6ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

7ème Torsellini Marko  (CRG / TM)

10ème Dalé Andréa (CRG / TM)

KZ – chrono

2ème De Conto, Paolo (CRG / TM)

4ème Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

8ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

OKJ –  Finale

2ème Bortoleto, Gabriel (CRG / PARILLA)

3ème Muth, O’neill (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

9ème Marseglia, Leonardo (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

11ème David, Hadrien (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

13ème Maisch, Luca (CRG / PARILLA)

OKJ –  Chrono séries 1

1er Bortoleto, Gabriel (CRG / PARILLA)

9ème Michelotto, Mattia (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

OKJ –  Chrono séries 2

3ème Marseglia, Leonardo (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

4ème Muth, O’neill (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

OKJ –  Chrono séries 3

1er Haverkort, Kas (CRG / PARILLA)

6ème Fusco, Giuseppe (EVOKART / PARILLA)

OK –  Finale

11ème Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA)

OK –  Chrono séries 1

5ème Camponeschi, Flavio (CRG / PARILLA)

6ème Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA)

8ème Janker, Hannes (CRG / PARILLA)

9ème Guazzaroni, Alessio (EVOKART / PARILLA)

OK –  Chrono séries 2

2ème Muizzudin Musyaffa, B. A. G. (DR kart / PARILLA)

5ème Muth, Esteban (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

ZANARDI kart / CRG kart / DR kart – RENNESKART

PARILLA engines / TM engines – RENNESKART

CRG STARTING THE EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP ON A HIGH
Paolo De Conto won the first round of the KZ European Championship in Sarno, Stan Pex and Mirko Torsellini also put in good races. Gabriel Bortoleto claimed his maiden podium in OK-Junior, while some hiccups affected the performance of CRG drivers in OK.

CRG celebrates with Paolo De Conto, on CRG-Tm-Bridgestone, and Gabriel Bortoleto, on CRG-Parilla-Vega, the first round of the European Championship, as De Conto scored a great victory in KZ, while the young Bortoleto claimed a good second place in OK-Junior.

The first weekend of the CIK-FIA campaign offered good satisfactions to CRG in KZ and also in OK-Junior, thanks to a new young protagonist, but disappointed a bit in OK, where Dennis Hauger was the best of CRG’s lot in P11 and Flavio Camponeschi had to retire due to a technical problem.

DE CONTO LEADING THE CLASSIFICATION IN KZ

Paolo De Conto honoured in the best possible way the title of reigning world champion, winning a great race at the end of an overall good weekend, that had started with a “near” pole position – missed by just 0.002s and a win, a fourth and third place in the three heats.

Paolo De Conto radiant after the victory in Sarno commented the race in this way: “I am really very happy, I knew I could do well. We did a solid step forward compared to the latest WSK races. We found the right way to improve the chassis and engine setups. Stan Pex helped me easing my overtaking to the lead. After that, I did not have any problems and I took the win without pushing 100%. I feel a lot better, I recovered well from the snowboarding incident. This has been a good victory, it is great to start the European Championship in such a way. I needed that. I dedicate this victory to the whole CRG team and to my mechanics.”

Stan Pex also run a strong weekend. Fourth in qualifying and in the Final, he was just three tenths off the podium after taking the lead of the Final for two laps before letting De Conto through at lap five, as the latter kept running towards a dominating win. The two CRG drivers are currently first and third in the standings. The way ahead is still long, but the charts are already led by CRG drivers.

Mirko Torsellini’s debut in KZ with CRG has been very positive too. He has been very quick in the Final, exhibiting a race pace matching that of the pace setters and recovering very well from a difficult start due to the 18th time in qualifying. Torsellini improved to the closing P6 in the Final. Former European champion Andrea Dalè also put in a good performance, ending eighth, while the Spanish Enrico Prosperi was 14th and Jorrit Pex, who crossed the finish line in P6, was relegated to the 15th place by a penalty due to the mis-positioned front fairing. Alessandro Giardelli closed 19th his first race in KZ in what is his first year in a shifter category.

MAIDEN OK-JUNIOR PODIUM FOR BORTOLETO

The young Brazilian of CRG Gabriel Bortoleto has been one of the main protagonists of the OK-Junior in the European weekend of Sarno. After fighting in the leading group, Bortoleto completed a great Final with an excellent second place behind the Briton Jonny Edgar and leading the Belgian-German O’neill Muth. The Dutch driver of CRG Keijzer Racing Kas Haverkort had to retire after taking the pole position and setting the new absolute record of the circuit of Sarno for the category in 59.159s. Alongside Haverkort, Bortoleto had been very fast in qualifying posting a 59.179s as his best time in the first of the three qualifying sessions, which confirmed the great speed of the CRG-Parilla equipment. Bortoleto is currently second in the championship just 4 points shy of the lead.
Among CRG finalists, the German Luca Maisch of CRG TB Racing Team was 11th, the Spaniard Francisco Sagrera was 18th and Jose Antonio Gomez 21st. The French Gillian Henrion, the German Donar Munding and the Italians Luca Giardelli and Mathias Torreggiani could not get access to the Final instead.

HAUGER BEHIND, CAMPONESCHI DNF IN OK

In OK, Dennis Hauger did his best to recover from an unlucky qualifying where he was only 37th. Hauger recovered well in the three heats, but in the fourth and decisive race he was stopped by an incident. The Norwegian driver of CRG has started the Final from the 18th spot of the grid and closed his effort in P11. Flavio Camponeschi also managed to recover well in the heats from the 28th time posted in qualifying. The Italian started the Final as 13th, but had to give up shortly after due to a technical problem. The other CRG finalist, Glenn Van Berlo of CRG Keijzer Racing, ended 20th. Michael Rosina, Hannes Janker, Kilian Meyer could not qualify for the Final, while Callum Bradshaw had the ill-starred idea to put the dropped front fairing back at the end of one heat, and for this reason he has been disqualified from the event. Bradshaw has not been the first to do this, the first driver to do so was in fact a former world champion a couple of years ago. He will certainly not be the last either, until this debated front fairing rule will be valid.

ZANARDI kart / CRG kart / DR kart – RENNESKART

PARILLA engines / TM engines – RENNESKART

WSK Super Master Series SARNO

WSK Super Master Series SARNO

OKJ – Finale

1er MICHELOTTO MATTIA (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

4ème FONTECHA AYRTON (CRG / PARILLA)

8ème SASSE HUGO (CRG / PARILLA)

11ème DAVID HADRIEN (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

OK – Finale

3ème TRAVISANUTTO LORENZO (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

6ème LAHOS LOPEZ ALEJANDRO (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

7ème BRADSHAW CALLUM (CRG / PARILLA)

KZ2 – Finale

5ème PEX JORRIT (CRG / TM)

6ème DE CONTO PAOLO (CRG / TM)

8ème TORNQVIST PERSSON (CRG / TM)

MINI – Finale

2ème PULITO FRANCESCO  (EVOKART)

6ème SPINA ALFIO  (CRG)

7ème PINGASOV MIRON  (CRG)

8ème BOHRA NIKHIL (CRG)

ZANARDI kart / CRG kart / DR kart – RENNESKART

PARILLA engines / TM engines – RENNESKART

22ème WINTER CUP LONATO

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OK – Finale

1er Travisanutto, Lorenzo (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

2ème Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA)

KZ2 – Finale

2ème De Conto, Paolo (CRG / TM)

6ème Camponeschi, Flavio (CRG / TM)

9ème Federer, Fabian (CRG / TM)

15ème Torsellini, Mirko (CRG / TM)

OKJ – Finale

3ème Marseglia, Leonardo (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

13ème Munding, Donar Nils (CRG / PARILLA)

14ème Mallet, Evann (CRG / PARILLA)

MINIROK – Finale

1er Spina, Alfio (CRG)

 

CRG / ZANARDI / RENNESKART

PARILLA engines / TM engines / RENNESKART

 

CIK-FIA WORLD KZ CHAMPS, CIK-FIA INTERNATIONAL KZ2 SUPER CUP

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CIK-FIA WORLD KZ CHAMPS, CIK-FIA INTERNATIONAL KZ2 SUPER CUP KRISTIANSTAD

KZ2 – Finale

1er Hiltbrand, Pedro (CRG / MAXTER)

2ème Federer, Fabian (CRG / MODENA engines)

3ème Törnqvist, Persson Benjamin (CRG / TM)

4ème Tiene, Felice (CRG / TM)

9ème Stell, Daniel (CRG / MODENA engines)

KZ2 – Chrono

1er Hiltbrand, Pedro (CRG / MAXTER)

2ème Tiene, Felice (CRG / TM)

5ème Mosca, Tommaso (MARANELLO / TM)

10ème Tubben, Max (CRG / TM)

12ème Törnqvist, Persson Benjamin (CRG / TM)

13ème Pelizzari, Alessandro (CRG / TM)

14ème Viscaal, Bent (CRG / TM)

KZ – Finale

1er De Conto, Paolo (CRG / TM)

5ème Puhakka, Simo (CRG / TM)

6ème Kozlinski, Arnaud (CRG / TM)

8ème Pex, Stan (CRG)

KZ – Chrono

1er De Conto, Paolo (CRG / TM)

2ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG)

7ème Camponeschi, Flavio (CRG / PARILLA)

11ème Kozlinski, Arnaud (CRG / TM)

MAXTER engines / PARILLA engines / TM engines

CRG kart / MARANELLO kart / ZANARDI kart

CIK-FIA EUROPEAN CHAMPS (Round 4), CIK-FIA EUROPEAN JUNIOR CHAMPS (Round 4) & CIK-FIA EUROPEAN KZ & KZ2 CHAMPS (Round 3) GENK

CIK-FIA EUROPEAN CHAMPS (Round 4), CIK-FIA EUROPEAN JUNIOR CHAMPS (Round 4) & CIK-FIA EUROPEAN KZ & KZ2 CHAMPS (Round 3) GENK

OK – Finale

2ème Hiltbrand, Pedro (CRG / PARILLA) – Champion d’Europe

4ème Joyner, Tom (ZANARDI / PARILLA) – Vice-Champion d’Europe

5ème Janker, Hannes (CRG / PARILLA)

OK – Chrono

1er Janker, Hannes (CRG / PARILLA)

2ème Garcia Lopez, Marta (CRG / PARILLA)

7ème Hiltbrand, Pedro (CRG / PARILLA)

8ème Tonteri, Paavo (CRG / PARILLA)

OK Junior – Finale

3ème Wilson, Teddy (CRG / PARILLA)

6ème Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA) – 4ème Championnat d’Europe

11ème Meyer Prat, Kilian (CRG / PARILLA)

OK Junior – Chrono

6ème Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA)

12ème Muth, Esteban (CRG / PARILLA)

KZ – Finale

2ème Puhakka, Simo (CRG / TM)

3ème De Conto, Paolo (CRG / TM)

KZ – Chrono

2ème Camponeschi, Flavio (CRG / PARILLA)

3ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG)

6ème De Conto, Paolo (CRG / TM)

KZ2 – Finale

4ème Pex, Stan (CRG) – Vice Champion d’Europe

7ème Tiene, Felice (CRG / TM)

8ème Paul, Maximilian (DR kart / TM)

9ème Schmidt, Dominik (CRG / TM)

Federer, Fabian (CRG MODENA) – Champion d’Europe

KZ2 – Chrono

5ème Federer, Fabian (CRG MODENA)

9ème Pex, Stan (CRG)

10ème Mosca, Tommaso (MARANELLO / TM)

11ème Schmidt, Dominik (CRG / TM)

CRG kart / MARANELLO kart / DR kart / ZANARDI kart

PARILLA engines / TM engines

Championnat d’Allemagne DKM Genk

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Championnat d’Allemagne DKM Genk

OK – Course 1

1er Janker, Hannes (CRG / PARILLA)

3ème Tonteri, Paavo (CRG / PARILLA)

8ème Lippkau, Luca (CRG / PARILLA)

11ème Tröger, Tim (CRG / PARILLA)

OK – Course 2

1er Tonteri, Paavo (CRG / PARILLA)

5ème Janker, Hannes (CRG / PARILLA)

6ème Tröger, Tim (CRG / PARILLA)

9ème Lippkau, Luca (CRG / PARILLA)

OKJ – Course 1

1er Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA)

OKJ – Course 2

2ème Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA)

5ème Haverkort, Kas (CRG / TM)

DSKC – Course 1

1er Prosperi, Enrico (CRG / TM)

3ème Hold, Christoph (MARANELLO / MODENA)

4ème Paul, Maximilian (DR kart / TM)

6ème Wiggers, Symen (CRG / TM)

8ème Bos, Jeroen (CRG / TM)

DSKC – Course 2

2ème Tubben, Max (CRG / TM)

4ème Hold, Christoph (MARANELLO / MODENA)

5ème Paul, Maximilian (DR kart / TM)

7ème Wiggers, Symen (CRG / TM)

10ème Bos, Jeroen (CRG / TM)

11ème Horn, Moritz (CRG / MAXTER)

KZ2 – Course 1

5ème Mosca, Tommaso (MARANELLO / TM)

6ème De Conto, Paolo (CRG / TM)

9ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG)

KZ2 – Course 2

1er De Conto, Paolo (CRG / TM)

3ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG)

CRG kart / MARANELLO kart / DR kart

PARILLA engines / TM engines / MODENA engines / MAXTER engines