Championnat d’Allemagne DKM Ampfing 2018

Championnat d’Allemagne DKM Ampfing 2018

DSKM KZ2 – Course 1 

1er Federer, Fabian (CRG / TM)

2ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

4ème Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

5ème Paul, Maximilian (DR racing)

6ème Tornqvist-Persson, Benjamin (CRG / TM)

DSKM KZ2 – Course 1 

1er Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

2ème Federer, Fabian (CRG / TM)

3ème Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

7ème Paul, Maximilian (DR racing)

9ème Tornqvist-Persson, Benjamin (CRG / TM)

DSKC (KZ2) – Course 1

1er Denner, Emilien (KALI KART / TM)

2ème Kreutz, Patrick (CRG / TM)

3ème Kamali, Luka (CRG / TM)

4ème Mähler, Tobias (DR racing / TM)

5ème Neumann, Thomas (CRG)

7ème Langenbacher, Marvin (CRG / TM)

8ème Potman, Mark (CRG / TM)

DSKC (KZ2) – Course 2

1er Denner, Emilien (KALI KART / TM)

2ème Kamali, Luka (CRG / TM)

3ème Kreutz, Patrick (CRG / TM)

5ème Mähler, Tobias (DR racing / TM)

6ème Langenbacher, Marvin (CRG / TM)

9ème Potman, Mark (CRG / TM)

10ème Tabakovic, Ronny (CRG / TM)

DKM (OK) – Course 1

7ème Tröger, Niels (CRG /PARILLA)

12ème Haverkort, Kas -CRG / TM)

DKM (OK) – Course 2

4ème Tröger, Niels (CRG /PARILLA)

5ème Rosso, Andrea (CRG / TM)

7ème Haverkort, Kas -CRG / TM)

CRG kart 

TM engines  – PARILLA engines

CRG DOMINANT IN KZ2 AND KZ2 CUP OF DTM AT AMPFING
Jorrit Pex and Fabian Federer kept their dominant momentum in DKM at Ampfing in KZ2. They claimed the victory in the third round of the German series. Emilien Drenner confirmed his lead in KZ2 Cup taking a double win on Kalì-Kart.

The circuit of Ampfing (Germany) has staged the third round of the German Championship DKM and the verdict has been quite net as CRG has shown an overwhelming supremacy in KZ2 with the two wins going to Fabian Federer and Jorrit Pex. Emilien Denner also claimed an excellent result in KZ2 Cup on Kalì-Kart.KZ2. The victory in the first of the two finals in Ampfing in KZ2 went to Fabian Federer on CRG-Tm. Team SRP Racing’s color bearer also secured the pole position and won two heats. Federer won the first final leading CRG Holland’s Jorrit Pex, while his brother and team mate Stan Pex was fourth. CRG Holland’s Benjamin Tornqvist-Persson was also among the quickest ending sixth. CRG domination was confirmed in Race2 as the Italian outfit locked off the top 3. This time around Jorrit Pex won the race from Federer to his brother Stan. Tornqvist ended in the top ten in ninth place. Thanks to this result, six time DKM winner Jorrit Pex confirmed to be the leader of the championship at 148 points, but Federer closed in and is currently only one point shy of the lead. Stan Pex rounds off the CRG top 3 in KZ2, as he stands third at 110 points.

KZ2 CUP. CRG’s supremacy extended also to KZ2 Cup as Emilien Denner led to a fair and square win his Kalì-Kart chassis. Following the third place in qualifying and the pole position after heats, Denner unleashed all his speed in the two finals winning them both. CRG’s result in Race1 was completed by the second place secured by Patrick Kreutz on CRG-Tm run by team RS-Motorsport, and the third by Luka Kamali on CRG-Tm run by TB Racing Team. Thomas Neumann also run a good race ending fifth on CRG-Modena. Marvin Langenbacher of RS-Motorsport closed within the top ten for CRG in P7, leading CRG Holland’s Mark Potman. Denner repeated the victory in Race2 leading Kamali and Kreutz in another all-CRG podium. Langenbacher was sixth, Potman ninth. Denner incremented his lead on top of the classification reaching 178 points. He is currently followed by Mahler (DR-Kartshop Ampfing) at 119 points. Kamali is fourth at 79, Neumann fifth at 71.

CRG drivers used this race in Ampfing eying the CIK-FIA European Championship to be held next June 17th in OK and OK-Junior. Andrea Rosso had a strong Race2 in OK and closed his effort in P5 after a good comeback from the first final where he had been involved in an incident. Niels Troger of RTG Kartsport was fourth, Kas Haverkort seventh on Zanardi. Troger was seventh in final one, Haverkort 12th. Thompson is currently leading the classification at 154 points, Haverkort is third at 103 and Rosso eighth at 58.

The youngsters of CRG in OK-Junior struggled a bit more. Alfio Andrea Spina ended 19th, Tyler Maxson 22nd, Enzo Trulli 24th, while Enzo Scionti was forced to the retirement instead. Spina repeated the 19th place in race two, Trulli was 21st, Scionti 23rd, Maxson 24th. Xizhang Huang could not take part in the finals due the injuries sustained in the warm-up held on Sunday morning.

DKM Championnat d’Allemagne – Lonato

DKM Championnat d’Allemagne – Lonato

KZ2 – Course 1

1er Hiltbrand, Pedro (CRG / TM)

2ème Hold, Christoph (MARANELLO)

3ème Federer, Fabian (CRG / TM)

4ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

8ème Giardelli, Allesandro (CRG / TM)

11ème Vasile, Daniel (DR racing)

KZ2 – Course 2

2ème Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

3ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

6ème Paul, Maximilian (DR)

10ème Luyet, Jean (CRG / TM)

11ème Peklin, Ivan (MARANELLO/TM)

DSKC/KZ2 Course 1

1er Denner, Emilien (KALIKART / TM)

2ème Mähler, Tobias (DR / TM)

6ème Neumann, Thomas (CRG)

8ème Amati, Giorgio (CRG / TM)

12ème De Santis, Raffaele (CRG / TM)

DSKC/KZ2 Course 2

1er Denner, Emilien (KALIKART / TM)

5ème Neumann, Thomas (CRG)

6ème Mähler, Tobias (DR / TM)

7ème Amati, Giorgio (CRG / TM)

OKJ – Course 1

1er Trulli, Enzo (CRG / TM)

7ème Spina, Alfio Andrea (CRG / TM)

12ème Bertini Colla, Leonardo (CRG / TM)

OKJ – Course 2

4ème Trulli, Enzo (CRG / TM)

5ème Spina, Alfio Andrea (CRG / TM)

9ème Bertini Colla, Leonardo (CRG / TM)

10ème Huang, Xizhang (CRG / TM)

OK – Course 1

4ème Haverkort, Kas (ZANARDI / TM)

5ème Rosso, Andrea (CRG / TM)

OK – Course 2

8ème Haverkort, Kas (ZANARDI / TM)

10ème Rosso, Andrea (CRG / TM)

CRG – MARANELLO – ZANARDI

TM racing

Championnat d’Allemagne DKM Lonato 2017

Championnat d’Allemagne DKM Lonato 2017

DKM/OK – Course 1

1er Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA)

7ème Meyer, Kilian (CRG / PARILLA)

DKM/OK – Course 2

5ème Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA)

9ème Tröger, Tim (CRG / PARILLA)

10ème Rosina, Michael (CRG / PARILLA)

DJKM/OKJ – Course 1

1er David, Hadrien (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

3ème Anderrüti, Leandro (MARANELLO / TM)

5ème Haverkort, Kas (CRG / PARILLA)

7ème Van Der Helm, Tijmen (ZANARI / PARILLA)

8ème Bortoleto, Gabriel (CRG / PARILLA)

9ème Sasse, Hugo (CRG / PARILLA)

DJKM/OKJ – Course 2

1er Anderrüti, Leandro (MARANELLO / TM)

2ème Haverkort, Kas (CRG / PARILLA)

7ème Sasse, Hugo (CRG / PARILLA)

8ème Munding, Donar Nils (CRG / PARILLA)

9ème David, Hadrien (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

DSKC/KZ2 – Course 1

1er Bos, Jeroen (CRG / TM  )

3ème Denner, Emilien (KAIKART / TM)

4ème Van Berlo, Kay (CRG / TM)

5ème  Horn, Moritz (CRG / TM)

8ème  Lugli, Mattia (CRG)

9ème Langenbacher, Marvin (CRG / TM)

10ème Kramp, Dennis (CRG / TM)

DSKC/KZ2 – Course 2

1er Bos, Jeroen (CRG / TM  )

4ème Denner, Emilien (KAIKART / TM)

5ème  Horn, Moritz (CRG / TM)

7ème  Lugli, Mattia (CRG)

8ème Van Berlo, Kay (CRG / TM)

DSKM/KZ2 – Course 1

3ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

8ème Federer, Fabian (CRG / TM)

9ème Tornqvist, Benjamin (CRG / TM)

10ème Davies, Dylan (CRG / TM)

DSKM/KZ2 – Course 2

5ème Davies, Dylan (CRG / TM)

7ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

8ème Federer, Fabian (CRG / TM)

10ème Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

PARILLA engines / TM engines / CRG / MARANELLO / ZANARDI / RENNESKART

CRG HITTING THE DKM JACKPOT IN LONATO
CRG has claimed three titles with Jorrit Pex in KZ2, Dennis Hauger in OK and Kas Haverkort in OK-Junior at the closing round of DKM held in Lonato.

The German Championship DKM has seen once again CRG having the upper hand an the rivals thanks to several solid results in the closing round held at the South Garda Karting circuit in Lonato, that has ended with Jorrit Pex taking the victory in KZ2 and Dennis Hauger and Kas Haverkort alike, respectively in OK and OK-Junior.

The race in Lonato, that was the debut of the DKM Championship with 170 drivers on track, has been quite tricky due to the weather conditions, but the competitiveness of CRG drivers has been great in all grades.

SIXTH WIN FOR JORRIT PEX IN KZ2

Jorrit Pex claimed his sixth DKM title in KZ2 on CRG-Tm, after winning it for four years running from 2011 to 2014 and then again in 2016. The Dutch driver of CRG Holland has been among the best since qualifying and heats in Lonato, ending third in Race-1 and securing the title one race early in this way. Jorrit Pex closed Race-2 in seventh place, but with the Championship victory firmly in his hands.

Jorrit Pex commented the victory in this way: “This is has been my sixth championship now. It was a good season, I was on top 3 in eight of the ten races and I scored three victories in the two rounds in Wackersdorf. It has been a good competition in DKM, very good organization, many good drivers and I liked the tracks we used. When it is a good competition of course you like to win, especially for the sixth time. This was the first time in Lonato and it has been very nice, a lot of drivers. Next year the first race will be in Lonato and I think it will be full fields. Very nice.”

Among the quickest in KZ2, Jorrit’s younger brother Stan Pex ended the championship in third position, while SRP Racing Team’s Fabian Federer followed him in fourth. Flavio Camponeschi could not make it to the start of this closing round in Lonato, as he is still recovering from the injuries sustained in the recent World Championship in England and ended the DKM campaign in fifth place. His end result made it 4 CRG drivers in the top 5.

Among the young drivers in force at CRG, Alessandro Giardelli is turning out to very competitive. He has been very quick also in this occasion taking P7 in qualifying and P6 after the heats. The victory of the two finals of Lonato’s closer went to Jeremy Iglesias, who is the runner-up in the championship, and to Matteo Zanchi.

DENNIS HAUGER CHAMPION ALSO IN OK

In OK, the Norwegian Dennis Hauger ended his happy experience in karting on CRG-Iame on a high, before switching to car racing next year. Hauger managed to take the championship victory thanks to Race-1’s victory in Lonato, at the end of quite an eventful race. He therefore claimed another DKM title after winning last year’s OK-Junior campaign. Hauger secured the title one race early at the end of Race-1 having the best of his nearest rival David Schumacher, before taking another podium in Race-2 with P5. Hauger has obtained 5 wins in DKM with CRG in this season: one in Kerpen, three in Wackersdorf and the final one in Lonato.

Among CRG drivers, Kilian Meyer has been shining taking P7 in Race-1 in his comeback to karting after a wrist injury, while Tim Troger and Michael Rosina also ended Race-2 in the top ten, as they respectively ended ninth and tenth.

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

Championnat d’Allemagne DKM Wackersdorf août 2017

Championnat d’Allemagne DKM Wackersdorf août 2017

DKM / OK – Course 1

1er Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA)

2ème Meyer, Kilian (CRG / PARILLA)

3ème Tröger, Tim (CRG / PARILLA)

8ème Van Berlo, Glenn (CRG / PARILLA)

DKM / OK – Course 2

2ème Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA)

3ème Maisch, Luca (CRG / PARILLA)

4ème Meyer, Kilian (CRG / PARILLA)

5ème Tröger, Tim (CRG / PARILLA)

DJKM / OKJ – Course 1

1er Haverkort, Kas (CRG / PARILLA)

2ème David, Hadrien (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

3ème Sasse, Hugo (CRG / PARILLA)

6ème Tröger, Niels (CRG / TM)

7ème Michelotto, Mattia (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

9ème Dörr, Ben (CRG / PARILLA)

DJKM / OKJ – Course 2

1er Haverkort, Kas (CRG / PARILLA)

2ème Sasse, Hugo (CRG / PARILLA)

3ème David, Hadrien (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

6ème Michelotto, Mattia (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

7ème Tröger, Niels (CRG / TM)

DSKM / KZ2 – Course 1

1er Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

3ème Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

9ème Tschentscher, Toni (CRG)

10ème Federer, Fabian (CRG / TM)

DSKM / KZ2 – Course 2

1er Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

2ème Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

6ème Camponeschi, Flavio (CRG / TM)

7ème Federer, Fabian (CRG / TM)

9ème Tubben, Max (CRG / TM)

DSKC – Course 1

3ème Van Berlo, Kay (CRG / TM)

5ème Mähler, Tobias (DR / TM)

9ème Potman, Mark (CRG / TM)

10ème Hartmann, Rick (CRG / TM)

DSKC – Course 2

4ème Mähler, Tobias (DR / TM)

6ème Van Berlo, Kay (CRG / TM)

8ème Horn, Moritz (CRG / TM)

10ème Potman, Mark (CRG / TM)

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

PARILLA engines / TM engines – RENNESKART

CRG AGAIN PROTAGONIST OF DKM IN WACKERSDORF
CRG has put in great performances again in Wackersdorf at the fourth round of the DKM. Jorrit Pex and Stan Pex completed a one-two in KZ2, as the former is standing as absolute leader of the championship. Hauger, Meyer, Maish and Troger protagonist of OK. CRG also dominated OK-Junior with Haverkort and Sasse.

CRG has come to the fore again for the second time in a row in the round of Wackersdorf, that was the fourth act of the German Championship DKM. Jorrit Pex dominated KZ2, Dennis Hauger has been a great protagonist in OK taking a win and a second place, while CRG Keijzer Racing’s Kas Kaverkort dominated OK-Junior.
Jorrit Pex, Dennis Hauger and Kas Haverkort are the Championship leaders ready for the final sprint of DKM that will reach its conclusion in Lonato next October 22nd, but other CRG drivers have been protagonist in Wackersdorf: Stan Pex and Flavio Camponeschi in KZ2, Kilian Meyer, Luca Maish and CRG TB Racing Team’s Tim Troger in OK, Hugo Sasse of CRG TB Racing Team in OK-Junior.

ONE-TWO FOR CRG IN KZ2 WITH JORRIT AND STAN PEX

In KZ2, Jorrit Pex has nearly sealed this edition of the German Championship DKM eying his sixth title after winning it, together with CRG, in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2016. In Wackersdorf Jorrit Pex secured two wins in as many Finals and pulled away in the classification, chased by his brother Stan. The two CRG drivers completed a great one-two in Race-2, locking out the top two not leaving much room to rivals. Flavio Camponeschi also run a strong race at his comeback after a stop due to a muscular pain. Camponeschi had to retire from one heat, but then managed to recover up to P12 in Race1 and to P6 in Race-2. A great qualifying stage was also put in by Alessandro Giardelli, who was fifth absolute in qualifying and tenth in the heats. Giardelli had unfortunately to retire from Race-1, but then managed to recover in Race-2 up to P19. SRP Racing Team’s Fabian Federer was also in the top ten on CRG, claiming a tenth place in Race-1 and a seventh in Race-2, Toni Tschentscher was ninth in Race-1 and Max Tubben of CRG Holland was ninth in Race-2.

HAUGER STRENGTHENING HIS LEAD IN OK

The Norwegian driver of CRG Dennis Hauger has been great protagonist on CRG-Parilla, being very quick since free practice when he posted the quickest time of his group. His team mates have also been very quick in the occasion, being even quicker than him, as in the case of the competitive Spanish driver Kilian Meyer, who secured the pole position leading the Dutch Glenn Van Berlo (CRG Keijzer) and the German Jan David Fusen (CRG Holland). Meyer has displayed a great competitiveness also in the heats, dominating them ahead of Van Berlo, Fusen and Hauger. A great result for CRG came in Race-1, with an awesome one-two-three with Hauger winning from Meyer to Tim Troger of CRG TB Racing Team. CRG drivers’ competitiveness has been clear also in Race-2, when Hauger and Meyer have been protagonist again. In the end, Hauger wisely allowed Schumacher through thinking more to the championship than to securing another win. At the flag, Hauger was second leading this time the German Luca Maisch of CRG TB Racing Team, who managed to win the “in-family” battle with Meyer. The fifth place and closing place on the podium went to Troger, which made it four CRG karts in the top five. After this round of Wackersdorf, Hauger confirmed his classification lead extending his advantage on the nearest rival to 38 points.

HAVERKORT AND SASSE BATTLING OUT OK-JUNIOR

CRG’s great outing in Wackersdorf has continued in OK-Junior, where the Dutch driver of CRG Keijzer Racing Kas Haverkort has been absolute protagonist: quickest in qualifying, winner of the heats and ruler of Race-1 and Race-2. For CRG, Race-1’s podium was rounded off by the third place secured by Hugo Sasse of CRG TB Racing Team. He has also taken another podium in Race-2, claiming P2 behind Haverkort. This double win handed the classification lead to Haverkort, as he now leads Sasse by one point only. Among the best, also Niels Troger of CRG TB Racing Team, who was sixth in Race-1 and seventh in Race-2.

OK-Junior Championship: 1. Haverkort (CRG-Parilla) points 179; 2. Sasse (CRG-Parilla) 178; 3. David (Zanardi-Parilla) 136; 4. Troger 131; 5. Coluccio 92; 6. Munding (CRG-Parilla) 91; 7. Michelotto 77; 8. Zug (CRG-Tm) 69; 9. Marseglia 61; 10. O Dey 51.

KAY VAN BERLO ON THE PODIUM OF KZ2 CUP

In KZ2 Cup, the quickest of CRG drivers has been the Dutch Kay Van Berlo of CRG Keijzer Racing. He scored in fact a great third place in Race-1 and a sixth in Race-2. The German Moritz Horn of CRG TB Racing Team was quickest in qualifying and recovered in Race-2 up to the eighth place after being forced to the retirement in Race-1. CRG Holland’s Jeroen Bos was second in the classification before this round, but had to retire from Race-1 and was 16th in Race-2.

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

PARILLA engines / TM engines – RENNESKART

CHAMPIONNAT D’ALLEMAGNE DKM Wackersdorf

CHAMPIONNAT D’ALLEMAGNE DKM Wackersdorf

DJKM – Course 1

1er Sasse, Hugo (CRG / PARILLA)

3ème Haverkort, Kas (CRG / PARILLA)

6ème Zug, Marius (CRG / TM)

8ème David, Hadrien (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

9ème Munding, Donar Nils (CRG / PARILLA)

10ème Primm, Simon Connor (DR kart / TM)

DJKM – Course 2

2ème David, Hadrien (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

3ème Munding, Donar Nils (CRG / PARILLA)

4ème Sasse, Hugo (CRG / PARILLA)

5ème Haverkort, Kas (CRG / PARILLA)

6ème Marseglia, Leonardo (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

8ème Zug, Marius (CRG / TM)

DKM – Course 1

1er  Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA)

3ème Van Berlo, Glenn (CRG / PARILLA)

4ème Maisch, Luca (CRG / PARILLA)

9ème Meyer, Kilian (CRG / PARILLA)

10ème Dörr, Phil (CRG / PARILLA)

DKM – Course 2

1er  Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA)

2ème Van Berlo, Glenn (CRG / PARILLA)

5ème Meyer, Kilian (CRG / PARILLA)

6ème Maisch, Luca (CRG / PARILLA)

8ème Munding, Wodan Erik (KALIKART / PARILLA)

DSKM – Course 1

2ème Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

3ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

4ème Rosati, Fabrizio (CRG / TM)

6ème Tschentscher, Toni (CRG / MODEANA)

7ème Tornqvist, Benjamin (CRG / TM)

DSKM – Course 2

1er Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

7ème Federer, Fabian (CRG / TM)

8ème Tschentscher, Toni (CRG / MODENA)

9ème Camponeschi, Flavio (CRG / TM)

10ème Tubben, Max (CRG / TM)

DSKC – Course 1

3ème Neumann, Nico (CRG / MODENA)

5ème Bos, Jeroen (CRG / TM)

8ème Potman, Mark (CRG / TM)

9ème Van Berlo, Kay (CRG / TM)

10ème Horn, Moritz (CRG / TM)

DSKC – Course 2

2ème Neumann, Nico (CRG / MODENA)

3ème Bos, Jeroen (CRG / TM)

4ème Horn, Moritz (CRG / TM)

7ème Hartmann, Rick (DR kart / TM)

8ème Stumpf, Stephen (MARANELLO / TM)

9ème Kramp, Dennis (CRG / TM)

10ème Potman, Mark (CRG / TM)

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 – Castelletto

 

WSK – Super Master Series – Castelletto

MINI 60 – Finale

5ème VARIAWA SAOOD (CRG)

7ème SPINA ALFIO (CRG)

8ème GRAVLUND SEBASTIAN (EVOKART)

OK – Finale

3ème JOYNER TOM (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

6ème LOMBARDO DAVIDE (CRG / PARILLA)

10ème TRAVISANUTTO LORENZO (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

11ème ETEKI ADAM (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

OKJ – Finale

6ème BORTOLETO GABRIEL (CRG / PARILLA)

7ème HENRION GILLIAN (CRG / PARILLA)

10ème HAVERKORT KAS (CRG / PARILLA)

11ème MICHELOTTO MATTIA (ZANARDI / PARILLA) Best laps

KZ2 – Finale

3ème PEX STAN (CRG / TM)

7ème CAMPONESCHI FLAVIO (CRG / TM)

CRG kart / ZANARDI kart / RENNESKART

PARILLA engines / TM engines / RENNESKART

Stan Pex scored a podium on CRG-Tm in KZ2 at the second round of the WSK Super Master Series held in Castelletto. De Conto out due to an incident. Great races for Lombardo in OK, Bortoleto and Henrion in OK-Junior.

CRG Racing Team lived quite a challenging in Castelletto di Branduzzo (Pavia, Italy) at the second round of the WSK Super Master Series. The race has been spoiled by some unlucky events and by particularly bad weather in the first half of the weekend. An excellent result came in the end in KZ2 thanks to Stan Pex on CRG-Tm, but several positive indications arrived also in OK and OK-Junior.
STAN PEX ON THE KZ2 PODIUM IN CASTELLETTO

The young Dutch driver Stan Pex got again on the podium of WSK in KZ2, thanks to the third place obtained in Castelletto, after the victory taken in WSK Champions Cup at the beginning of the season. Stan put in a stunning comeback run this time around. He climbed all the way from the 28th time in qualifying to the seventh place of the starting grid of the Final, before ending in P3 right in the slipstream of Jeremy Iglesias and the winner Bas Lammers.

Flavio Camponeschi run a great Final too, closing seventh at the end of a weekend in crescendo due to an unlucky qualifying. Paolo De Conto could have also ended on the podium, but he had an incident in the Final when he was in P4 and closing in on the leading group. That was a real pity as De Conto had strong chances to fight for the victory. Jorrit Pex had to retire due to a technical problem after starting 12th.

Some setup problems affected Simo Puhakka’s race and he had to settle for P16, behind team mate Andrea Dalè. Benjamin Tornqvist of CRG Holland was 21st, while Alessandro Giardelli managed to find his place among the finalists and closed his effort in 23rd position. An incident in Prefinal did not allow the British Taymour Kermanshahchi to qualify for the Final. Marco Valenti had a similar fate due to some issues.

LOMBARDO GREAT PROTAGONIST OF OK

The best end result among CRG drivers of OK was secured by Davide Lombardo, who has been the great protagonist of a good sixth place in the Final, after the fifth in Prefinal and the tenth in qualifying and heats. Dennis Hauger has been quite unlucky instead. His weekend did not start on a high, but he promptly recovered in the heats. Hauger’s end result was spoiled by a 10s time penalty in the Prefinal though. Started from the back, Hauger was involved in an incident at turn 2 and this put the word end to his race. The British driver Callum Bradshaw was 15th at the end of a very tight battle, while Michael Rosina has always been among the quickest of the weekend and closed his effort in P18. The Italian ACI Kart Champion of team Morsicani Alessandro Di Cori ended 24th. The Spanish driver Kilian Meyer had to retire from the Final due to an incident instead.

BORTOLETO AND HENRION SHINING IN OK-JUNIOR

The Brazilian Gabriel Bortoleto and the French Gillian Henrion have been shining in OK-Junior, clinching respectively the sixth and seventh place in the Final. Henrion has been very quick also in the heats when he took the first position. The Dutch of CRG Keijzer Racing Kas Haverkort has also been very fast. He claimed the pole position in qualifying and then ended the Final in a good P10. The Spanish driver Ayrton Fontecha has been under the spotlight for the whole weekend, but was slowed down by some battles in the Final ending 26th. The Malaysian driver Nik Zamir Zakwan, the Spanish Jose Antonio Gomez and the French Evann Mallet, could not go beyond Prefinals. The latter had a big crash in his Prefinal, but he luckily escaped serious physical consequences.

SPINA AND GIARDELLI HIT BY BAD LUCK IN 60 MINI

The young drivers of the CRG Gamoto Team could not get on the podium of the very tight 60 Mini this time around, despite a promising start to the weekend. Alessandro Giardelli has been stopped by a problem to the engine in the Final, after being second quickest at the end of heats. Adria’s winner Alfio Spina was also slowed down by a technical problem, but managed to recover up to the seventh place of the Final. Saood Variawa of CRG Holland has been the best of CRG drivers in P5. The updated classification now sees Spina slipped down to P3 and Giardelli to P5.

CRG kart / ZANARDI kart / RENNESKART

PARILLA engines / TM engines / RENNESKART

WSK Champions Cup Adria International Raceway

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WSK Champions Cup Adria International Raceway

KZ2 – Finale

1er PEX STAN (CRG / TM)

2ème CAMPONESCHI FLAVIO (CRG / TM)

3ème PEX JORRIT (CRG / TM)

11ème KERMANSHAHCHI TAY (CRG / TM)

MINI 60 – Finale

1er SPINA ALFIO (CRG)

4ème GIARDELLI LUCA (CRG)

7ème VARIAWA SAOOD (CRG)

9ème PUTERA ADAM (CRG)

OKJ – Finale

2ème HENRION GILLIAN (CRG / PARILLA)

4ème ZUG MARIUS (CRG / TM)

6ème GOMEZ GUTIERREZ (CRG / PARILLA)

7ème BORTOLETO GABRIEL (CRG / PARILLA)

9ème DAVID HADRIEN (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

OK – Finale

2ème TRAVISANUTTO LORENZO (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

CRG kart / ZANARDI kart

PARILLA engines / TM engines

CHAMPIONNAT D’ALLEMAGNE – DKM – KERPEN 2016

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CHAMPIONNAT D’ALLEMAGNE – DKM – KERPEN 2016

DJKM – Course 1

1er Haverkort, Kas (CRG / TM)

2ème Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA) CHAMPION D’ALLEMAGNE

6ème Stalidzane, Patricija (CRG / TM)

9ème Maisch, Luca (CRG / PARILLA)

DJKM – Course 2

2ème Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA) CHAMPION D’ALLEMAGNE

3ème Haverkort, Kas (CRG / TM)

8ème Tröger, Niels (CRG / TM)

DKM – Course 1

4ème Tonteri, Paavo (CRG / PARILLA) CHAMPION D’ALLEMAGNE

5ème Tröger, Tim (CRG / PARILLA)

DKM – Course 2

5ème Lippkau, Luca (CRG / PARILLA)

6ème Colakovic, Nermin (CRG / PARILLA)

DSKC – Course 1

1er Tubben, Max CRG / TM) CHAMPION D’ALLEMAGNE

3ème Paul, Maximilian (DR kart / TM)

4ème Bos, Jeroen (CRG / TM)

5ème Wiggers, Symen (CRG / TM)

8ème Johansson, Andreas (CRG / TM)

10ème Hold, Christoph (MARANELLO / MODENA)

DSKC – Course 2

2ème Tubben, Max CRG / TM) CHAMPION D’ALLEMAGNE

7ème Paul, Maximilian (DR kart / TM)

8ème Hold, Christoph (MARANELLO / MODENA)

9ème Wiggers, Symen (CRG / TM)

10ème Potman, Mark (CRG / TM)

DSKM – Course 1

1er Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

4ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM) CHAMPION D’ALLEMAGNE

7ème Viscaal, Bent (CRG / TM)

DSKM – Course 2

3ème Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

8ème Hanssen, Joey (CRG / TM)

9ème Tornqvist Persson, Benjamin (CRG / TM)

CRG kart / MARANELLO kart / DR kart

PARILLA engines / TM engines

STUNNING CRG IN KERPEN! 4 OUT OF 4 TITLES IN DKM
CRG claimed all available titles in the closing stage of the German Championship DKM. Jorrit Pex victorious in KZ2, Max Tubben in KZ2 Cup, Paavo Tonteri in OK and Dennis Hauger in OK Junior.

CRG obtained an exceptional result at the German Championship DKM, that is the most competitive National Championship in Europe thanks to the presence of works teams. CRG won all 4 titles that were up for grabs, a stunning and unprecedented result!

The final round of DKM held in Kerpen awarded the KZ2 title to Jorrit Pex on CRG-Tm (CRG Holland), as Max Tubben obtained the in KZ2 Cup’s title on CRG-Tm (CRG Holland), while Paavo Tonteri on CRG-Parilla (CRG TB Racing Team) had already been in OK Champion since the race of Oschersleben, and Dennis Hauger was crowned OK Junior Champion on CRG-Parilla (CRG Holland).

The competitiveness of CRG chassis has been highlighted in this season finale on all the racing fields, starting from the KZ World Championship won by Paolo De Conto (CRG-Tm) in Sweden, the International CIK-FIA KZ2 title claimed by Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG-Maxter), who also won the Spanish Championship and the European OK Championship in Belgium on CRG-Parilla and the KZ2 European Championship won by Fabian Federer (CRG-Modena) in Belgium.

The Circuit of Kerpen witnessed the crushing finale put in by CRG drivers, that had taken the lead of DKM since the previous round of Oschersleben, before keeping their momentum and securing the titles in the closing round of the season.

FIFTH TITLE FOR JORRIT PEX (CRG-TM) IN KZ2

The Dutch driver Jorrit Pex built his KZ2 victory in Kerpen in a wise Final one, where he secured a fourth place that granted him the necessary points to claim his fifth DKM title after those won in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, always on CRG. The first final was won by Jorrit’s brother Stan Pex, also on CRG and, as Jorrit, back to using a Tm engine unit. Jorrit Pex was then sent off track in Race-2 when racing among the pace setters, but the title was already firmly in his hands. Stan Pex took another podium in P3 in this second Final. Among CRG drivers, the Dutch driver Bent Viscaal ended in Race-1’s top ten in seventh place, while the Dutch Joey Hanssen was eighth in Race-2 and the Swede Benjamin Tornqvist was ninth.

TUBBEN KZ2 CUP CHAMPION (CRG-TM)

In KZ2 Cup, the new category reserved to emerging drivers that have not already obtained strong results in DKM or International races, the young and brilliant driver of CRG Holland Max Tubben came to the fore on CRG-Tm, winning the title with a big margin to his rivals. Tubben won Final one, and then ended Race-2 in second place. These results, alongside the previous four wins in Wackersdorf and Oschersleben gave him the Championship lead ahead of team mate Symen Wiggers. A good performance in Race-1 was also put in by other CRG drivers, like the Dutch Jeroen Bos who was fourth, Symen Wiggers who followed him in fifth and the Swede Andreas Johansson ending eighth. Wiggers was ninth in Race-2 leading team mate Mark Potman.

PAAVO TONTERI (CRG-PARILLA) TAKING OK TITLE

The OK title was already firmly in Paavo Tonteri’s hands on CRG-Parilla run by CRG TB Racing. Despite this, the Finn Tonteri did not miss the chance to fight for the victory in the first final, eventually settling for P4, followed at the flag by team mate Tim Troger, who has recently won the German ADAC title. Tonteri had to give up at Race-2’s turn one due to an incident instead. The other two German drivers of CRG TB Racing Team, Luca Lippkau and Nermin Colakovic came to the fore in the second final, taking respectively the fifth and sixth place.

DENNIS HAUGER (CRG-PARILLA) VICTORIOUS IN OK JUNIOR

The young Norwegian of CRG Holland Dennis Hauger on CRG-Parilla has been very strong in Kerpen, running a perfect weekend that earned him the OK Junior title. Hauger – who comes from 60 Mini and is at his first season in Junior – has been stunning, taking a deserved maiden title in this category showing a great growth throughout the season. Hauger got to Kerpen as classification leader after the victory and third place secured in Oschersleben, but the classification was still wide open ahead of the final round. Hauger ended Race-1 in second place, behind team mate Kas Hoverkort on CRG-Tm run by CRG Keijzer Racing Team, but he got full haul as Hoverkort was transparent to the classification. Hauger secured another second place in Race-2, a result that confirmed his classification lead. Haverkort was again on the podium in P3. Among the fastest on CRG, Patricija Stalidzane of RL-Competition was sixth in Race-1, while Luca Maisch (Junior ADAC Champion) of CRG TB Racing Team was ninth. Lorenzo Ferrari took a good 13th place, and Niels Troger the 14th. Troger ended Race-2 in P8, while Renzo Alibaks was 14th and Marius Zug 15th.

CRG kart / MARANELLO kart / DR kart

PARILLA engines / TM engines