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CRG DRIVERS PROTAGONISTS OF THE WSK SUPER MASTER SERIES
The fourth and final round of the WSK Super Master is underway at the Adria International Raceway. Hauger strong protagonist of OK Junior, Hiltbrand hunting the title in OK. Good performance by Camponeschi in KZ, troubled start for Pollini with Renda Motorsport. Games open in 60 Mini, as Mallet confirmed his place among the favourites.

Very hot weather has characterized the final round of the WSK Super Master Series at the Adria International Raceway so far, making things more difficult in the titles decider. Four titles are up for grab and CRG is a strong contender in three of them: OK, KZ2 and 60 Mini. Dennis Hauger protagonist in OK Junior.

OK JUNIOR, DENNIS HAUGER AMONG THE QUICKEST

Dennis Hauger put in a superb performance in OK Junior. The Norwegian driver of CRG works team scored a series of top performances, claiming the pole position and winning two heats on Saturday. Unfortunately, he was stripped from the second place in the third heat on Saturday, due to a 10s time penalty, which relegated him to P13. In the fourth heat Hauger was involved in an incident with two laps to go when he was second. Hauger is currently 12th after heats.

In OK Junior, the British driver of CRG Teddy Wilson and the Brazilian Gianluca Petecof, ended respectively 20th and 25th. Petecof has been particularly unlucky as he was handed several 10s penalties due to the mis-positioning of the front fairing following some contacts.

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PAAVO TONTERI VERY STRONG IN OK, HILTBRAND TRAILING

In the first heat of OK, two incidents involved the classification leader Pedro Hiltbrand and his team mate Felice Tiene. The two CRG drivers had to put in several recoveries in the remaining heats, but in the last heat Tiene had to give up due to a technical problem. Hiltbrand will start the Prefinal from P10, while Tiene from the 22nd spot of the grid. Things went much better for the Finn of CRG Paavo Tonteri, who claimed P4 in qualifying and is fourth after the heats. Tom Joyner also had a solid run on Zanardi: he is fifth after heats, following the seventh time in qualifying. Hiltbrand is leading the classification with 162 points, that is 6 more than his closest rival Sargeant, who is 18th after heats. Tom Joyner is also in the title hunt, as he is sixth in the classification at 105 points.

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CAMPONESCHI READY TO SLIDE IN ON TOP OF KZ

Flavio Camponeschi had a great day on CRG-Parilla. He was eighth in qualifying and fourth in the first heat. Camponeschi was involved in an incident in the second heat, losing some positions with it and closing his effort in P10. He will start Sunday’s Prefinal from P8.

TORNQVIST THE BEST IN KZ, POLLINI RECOVERING

The KZ2 drivers on CRG-Maxter, Fabrizio Rosati, the Japanese Fuma Horio and the Portuguese Yohan Sousa on Zanardi-Parilla, hit some problems and were forced to the back of the field by a troubled qualifying.

Giacomo Pollini on CRG-Tm run by team Renda is in the hunt of the KZ2 title, but Pollini complicated his run due to the delay accumulated on Friday in qualifying. At the end of the heats Pollini is seventh of the category and 18th absolute. The Swede Benjamin Tornqvist has been very quick instead: he is seventh absolute and first of KZ2.

MALLET AND CRG GAMOTO AMONG THE FAVOURITES IN 60 MINI

As foreseen, the title hunt of 60 Mini is wide open and includes several names. Among the favourites, the French Evann Mallet on CRG-Tm run by Team Gamoto. The other CRG drivers of Team Gamoto, the Spanish Josè Antonio Gomez and the Malaysian Adam Putera have also been very quick in Adria. Federico Cecchi of Team Morsicani was also among the quickest.

THE PROGRAMME

Sunday 22 May: Prefinals from local 10.30 (GMT+2); Finals at 13.40 (Mini); at 14.10 (OK); at 14.40 (OK Junior); at 15.10 (KZ-KZ2).

Live Timing, Live Streaming and all results will be available at www.wsk.it

CRG SpA
Press Office
www.kartcrg.com
21 May 2016

In the pictures: 1) Dennis Hauger, OKJ; 2) Pedro Hiltbrand, OK; 3) Flavio Camponeschi, KZ.
Ph. CRG Press