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.

Championnat d’Europe KZ et KZ2 Salbris

Championnat d’Europe KZ et KZ2 Salbris

KZ – Finale

2ème PEX JORRIT (CRG / TM)

4ème DE CONTO PAOLO (CRG / TM)

KZ2 – Finale

8ème BRAY DANIEL (GP / TM)

9ème PAUL MAXIMILIAN (DR racing)

10ème TORNQVIST PERSSON BENJAMIN (CRG / TM)

CRG kart

TM racing

CRG AND JORRIT PEX ON THE PODIUM IN KZ AT SALBRIS
The first round of the KZ European Championship in Salbris has had an exciting final, as Jorrit Pex ended his race in second place and Paolo De Conto in fourth. Pedro Hiltbrand forced to the retirement from the lead. Top ten finish in KZ2 for Benjamin Tornqvist.

CRG has been a strong protagonist during the opener of the CIK-FIA KZ and KZ2 European Championship in Salbris (France), where Jorrit Pex claimed a great P2 in the Final, after dominating the whole weekend, while Paolo De Conto was fourth. These results only partially rewarded the efforts of the Italian outfit, that could have obtained a more round result.KZ. The KZ final lived on an endless series of surprises and CRG drivers have been the the main protagonists throughout the race. A great Jorrit Pex got the lead of the race early on, after dominating practice and all the qualifying heats. He was followed by marque-mate Fabian Federer of team SRP, and by an excellent Pedro Hiltbrand, who has also been protagonist at the European Championship in OK and in Salbris had a great start from the third spot of the grid. Paolo De Conto in this occasion struggled a bit more instead. He started the Final from P6 due to several hiccups in the heats, while Stan Pex was seventh on the starting grid of the final, but recovering ground. Surprisingly, Pedro Hiltbrand installed himself on top early on and at that point CRG had five drivers in the top six.

The situation changed two thirds into the race though, when De Conto, who was third, had to concede his place to Stan Pex, and then Hiltbrand had to retire when only five laps were left to go, handing the lead of the race to Iglesias, who meanwhile had recovered well from the starting P5. Federer also had to retire due to an incident, as happened to Stan Pex, and therefore CRG final result saw only Jorrit Pex closing on the podium in P2 and Paolo De Conto had to settle for P4. The challenge will resume from Lonato for the second and closing round to be held on July 15th with all results are still possible.

KZ2. The best of CRG drivers in KZ2 was the Swede of CRG Holland Benjamin Tornqvist, who has been second in International Super Cup last year and among the quickest in this opener of the European Championship with the final 10th place, while the French Arthur Carbonnel was 15th. Regarding the drivers of the Racing Team, the Swiss Jean Luyet was 18th and the Spaniard Kilian Meyer 24th, while Emilien Denner was handed a penalty on Kalì-Kart after winning the closing heat on Sunday morning. Despite a good result in the closing heat, Alessandro Giardelli missed out on qualifying for the final, as did Gerard Cebrian Ariza, Filippo Berto, Enrico Prosperi, Marco Valenti, Arto Ojaranta and Marc Lopez.

 

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.

European Championship Kristianstad

European Championship Kristianstad

KZ2 – Finale

2ème DI MAURO GAETANO (CRG / TM)

4ème TUBBEN MAX (CRG / TM)

5ème PAUL MAXIMILIAN (DR kart)

7ème LOUBERE PIERRE (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

13ème TORNQVIST PERSSON BENJAMIN (CRG / TM)

OK – Finale

3ème TRAVISANUTTO LORENZO (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

4ème HAUGER DENNIS (CRG / PARILLA)

6ème BRADSHAW CALLUM (CRG / PARILLA)

11ème VAN BERLO GLENN (CRG / PARILLA)

12ème JANKER HANNES (CRG / PARILLA)

13ème JOYNER TOM (CRG / PARILLA)

OKJ – Finale

3ème SASSE HUGO (CRG / PARILLA)

5ème HAVERKORT KAS (CRG / PARILLA)

8ème DAVID HADRIEN (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

9ème MARSEGLIA LEONARDO (ZANARDI / PARILLA)

KZ – Finale

3ème DE CONTO PAOLO (CRG / TM)

5ème PEX JORRIT (CRG / TM)

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

PARILLA engines / TM engines – RENNESKART

CRG AND PAOLO DE CONTO CONFIRMED TO BE EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS IN KZ IN SWEDEN
CRG drivers ended on a high the sixth and closing round of the European Champions that took place in Kristianstad. In KZ, Paolo De Conto was on the podium again. Sasse third in OK-Junior, Di Mauro second in KZ2 and Dennis Hauger great fourth in OK.

Some rain made the final stages of the European Championship even trickier in Sweden, as all categories – namely, KZ, KZ2, OK and OK-Junior, have been battling out the CIK-FIA Continental title. CRG colors eventually obtained very satisfying results.
The circuit of Kristianstad has staged the closer of the European Championship, after the rounds run in Sarno – Italy (KZ, OK, OK-Junior), in Genk – Belgium (KZ, KZ2), in Oviedo – Spain (KZ, OK, OK-Junior), in Le Mans – France (KZ2, OK, OK-Junior) and last week in Alahärmä – Finland (OK-OK-Junior).

DE CONTO KZ EUROPEAN CHAMPION AGAIN

KZ. Paolo De Conto has honoured at best the KZ title mathematically won in Le Mans on CRG-Tm. The Italian driver of CRG secured his second European Championship title after taking the KZ World Championship in Kristianstad in 2016. In Sweden, Paolo De Conto kicked off the weekend with a very last minute problem making him skip qualifying. In the heats he recovered well anyway, installing himself in a briliant fourth place. This has not been the first time during the season that De Conto had to start the Final from the second row of the grid. In fact that happened already in the first two rounds held in Sarno and Genk, where he managed to take the win anyway. In Kristianstad, a recovery was not that easy due also to the wet tarmac, but Paolo De Conto has put in a strong Final anyway, taking a third place in this occasion. Alongside the full haul in Sarno, Genk and Le Mans, the third place taken in Kristianstad confirmed CRG and Paolo De Conto as KZ European Champions in 2017.

Paolo De Conto’s comment at the end of the Final in Kristianstad: “I am very happy with this race because I came here with the title, just to drive without taking penalties which could have compromised the end result. I am happy because I drove on the wet and now we know we need to find something to be quicker. I want to congratulate with my rivals because I run an amazing race without errors but I did not have the speed to win. So congratulations to them and see you in Germany at Wackersdorf for the World Championship”.

In KZ, the two Pex brothers, that have been protagonist of the German DKM Championship in this season, have not been as competitive in Kristianstad: Jorrit Pex was fifth, while his brother Stan Pex had to retire 9 laps into the race.

SASSE THIRD IN OK-JUNIOR

OK-JUNIOR. In the OK-Junior Final, which was run on wet tarmac but without rain falling, the German of CRG TB Racing Team Hugo Sasse confirmed to be the most competitive of CRG drivers during this weekend in Sweden, ending right at the feet of the podium, a result that was later on converted into a P3 due to the penalty handed to Edgar. Sasse, after posting the best absolute time in qualifying and taking the fourth position after heats (a victory and two second places), ended the Final in fourth place, but was later on promoted to third, while the Dutch driver Kas Haverkort of CRG Keijzer Racing followed him. The Brazilian of CRG Gabriel Bortoleto was among the main protagonists of the heats and he managed to install himself in P12 early on in the Final, but then had to concede some positions to end his race in 16th place. Eventually, he was handed a 10s time penalty that relegated him to P20. The Spanish driver Francisco Sagrera was 15th, while Luca Giardelli did not manage to qualify for the Final despite a positive 10th place in the closing qualifying heat, as happened to Donar Munding, Mathias Torreggiani and Davids Trefilovs of SRP Racing Team.

The OK-Junior Final was won by Jack Doohan, while the Championship was won by the British driver Jonny Edgar, who was fourth following a 10s time penalty.

STRONG PERFORMANCE BY DI MAURO, SECOND IN KZ2

KZ2. The Swedish driver of CRG Holland Benjamin Tornqvist had been the quickest of the CRG lot ahead of the KZ2 Final, but he lost 15 positions at the start. The Brazilian Gaetano Di Mauro, managed to recover a lot of positions at the getaway on CRG-Tm instead. He had been previously protagonist of the qualifying stages on the humid tarmac, recovering up to P2 from the starting P14 thanks to some very effective driving. Max Tubben of CRG Holland has also been among the quickest of the Final putting in a stunning recovery from P30, as the Spanish Gerard Cebrian Ariza who started 22nd. At the flag, Gaetano Di Mauro claimed an excellent P2, taking the third podium for CRG in Kristianstad. The young Max Tubben took a very good fourth place. Benjamin Tornqvist eventually recovered up to P11, but was later on relegated to P13 by a penalty. Gerard Cebrian Ariza was 17th. The other Spanish driver of CRG Enrico Prosperi was out of the Final by a whisker, as happened to the Finn Petteri Ruotsalainen and Alessandro Giardelli, the latter despite a good qualifying.

DENNIS HAUGER PROTAGONIST OF OK AGAIN

OK. The closing OK Final was run on a nearly dry circuit and the young Norwegian of CRG Dennis Hauger has been stunning since the start, one of the strongest protagonists despite being in his maiden year following last year’s OK-Junior campaign. Hauger has joined the battle for the lead, taking also P1 for a while, but eventually he slipped down to third until when 7 laps were left to go, when he was overtaken by Travisanutto and closed his effort in P4.
The British 2016 Academy Champion of CRG Callum Bradshaw was sixth recovering some solid 9 positions posting also the fastest lap of the race. CRG Keijzer Racing’s Glenn Van Berlo was 12th leading the German Hannes Janker. The Spanish driver Kilian Meyer ended 20th at the end of a good recovery from the back of the starting grid.

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

PARILLA engines / TM engines – RENNESKART

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

CHAMPIONNAT D’ALLEMAGNE DKM Oschersleben 2016

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CHAMPIONNAT D’ALLEMAGNE DKM Oschersleben 2016

OK – Course 1

1er Tonteri, Paavo (CRG / PARILLA)

2ème Tröger, Tim (CRG / PARILLA)

4ème Lippkau, Luca (CRG / PARILLA)

OK – Course 2

1er Tonteri, Paavo (CRG / PARILLA)

4ème Lippkau, Luca (CRG / PARILLA)

5ème Tröger, Tim (CRG / PARILLA)

OKJ – Course 1

3ème Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA)

7ème Maisch, Luca (CRG / PARILLA)

8ème Haverkort, Kas (CRG / TM)

OKJ – Course 2

1er Hauger, Dennis (CRG / PARILLA)

5ème Haverkort, Kas (CRG / TM)

6ème Maisch, Luca (CRG / PARILLA)

KZ2 – Course 1

1er Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

6ème Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

7ème Stell, Daniel (CRG / MODENA)

KZ2 – Course 2

1er Pex, Stan (CRG / TM)

3ème Pex, Jorrit (CRG / TM)

9ème Tornqvist Persson, Benjamin (CRG / TM)

KZ2/DSKC – Course 1

1er Tubben, Max (CRG / TM)

2ème Witte, Yannik (CRG / MODENA)

3ème Weering, Max (CRG / TM)

5ème Potman, Mark (CRG / TM)

7ème Wiggers, Symen (CRG / TM)

8ème Hold, Christoph (MARANELLO / MODENA)

KZ2/DSKC – Course 2

1er Tubben, Max (CRG / TM)

2ème Weering, Max (CRG / TM)

3ème Hold, Christoph (MARANELLO / MODENA)

6ème Johansson, Andreas (CRG / TM)

7ème Potman, Mark (CRG / TM)

9ème Paul, Maximilian (DR kart / TM)

10ème Wiggers, Symen (CRG / TM)

CRG kart / MARANELLO kart / DR kart

PARILLA engines / TM engines

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