CRG IN SARNO FOR THE FOURTH AND FINAL ROUND OF THE WSK SUPER MASTER SERIES
Camponeschi on track in OK eying the forthcoming CIK-FIA European Championship that will kick off from Sarno. CRG drivers are ready to shine also in KZ2 and OK-Junior with a promising squad. A lot of protagonists to get on track in 60 Mini.
The fourth and final round of the WSK Super Master Series will take place in the weekend of April 9th in Sarno at the International Circuit Napoli of Sarno. CRG will field its works team in a particularly important race ahead of the first round of the CIK-FIA European Championship, that will take place in Sarno next April 23rd.
CAMPONESCHI ON TRACK IN OK
CRG’s lineup for Sarno will have the novelty of Flavio Camponeschi’s comeback to OK, eying the European Championship that will take place a couple of weeks after this race on the same circuit. CRG and Camponeschi will take the WSK race as a further chance to define the best setup for the CIK-FIA event.
Also on track in OK, the Norwegian Dennis Hauger, the recent winner of the Andrea Margutti Trophy Callum Bradsha, Davide Lombardo and Michael Rosina are all ready to bring on track their motivation to run a strong race ahead of the European Championship. The Colombian driver Lorenzo Albert Paredes will make his debut with CRG colors in this occasion. The Swede Alfred Nilsson will get on track in OK among the fields of CRG Holland, while Glenn Van Berlo will race for CRG Keijzer Racing.
READY TO SHINE IN KZ2
In KZ2, the most performing category of WSK Super Master Series, this race will be the perfect chance to get ready for Sarno’s European Championship opener, that will see on track KZ alongside OK and OK-Junior. CRG’s lot in Sarno will include Paolo De Conto, the young promising driver Alessandro Giardelli and the British Taymour Kermanshahchi. The two brothers Jorrit and Stan Pex will also be present in Sarno. After claiming a podium in Adria and Castelletto, they currently stand sixth and seventh in the classification. Several drivers will wear CRG colors among the fields of private teams too. The Swedes Andreas Johansson and Benjamin Tornqvist Persson will compete for CRG Holland, while Andrea Dalè and Horn Moritz for CRG TB Racing Team.
YOUNG CHAMPIONS IN OK-JUNIOR
CRG’s squad for OK-Junior is also quite important. The Italian outfit will line up the winner of the round of Recas of the Spanish Championship Ayrton Fontecha, his fellow-countryman José Antonio Gomez, the Brazilian Gabriel Bortoleto, the French Gillian Henrion, the interesting rookie Luca Giardelli and the German Donar Nils Munding. The private M2 Racing Team will field the other Spanish protagonist of Recas Javier Sagrera, RL-Competition Marius Zug, Morsicani Racing Lucas Griggs, CRG Keijzer Racing Kas Haverkort, CRG TB Racing Team Hugo Sasse and Luca Maisch, also on track Mathias Torreggiani.
A LOT OF PROTAGONISTS IN 60 MINI
Private teams will bring on track several youngsters of 60 Mini on CRG equipment. Team CRG Gamoto will field the winner of the opener in Adria Alfio Spina, who is currently fourth in the classification, the Norwegian Martinius Kleve Stenshorne, Malaysia’s Adam Putera, the Americans Akshay and Nikhil Bohra, the Russian Miron Pingasov and the Dane Laurens Van Hoepen. EGP Racing Team will field the Belgian Ean Eyckmans, team DCK Racing the Belgian Lorens Lecertua, M2 Racing Karts the Spanish Lucas Pons, CRG Holland the South African Sa Aad and Saood Variawa, RL-Competition Lilly Zug.
THE PROGRAMME OF SARNO (local time)
WSK Super Master Series, 7-9.04.2017
Friday 7 April 2017: Qualifying from 13:40. Qualifying heats from 15.40.
Saturday 8 April 2017: Qualifying heats from 10:20.
Sunday 9 April 2017: Prefinals from 11:00. Finals: 14.30 (OK); 15.00 (OK-Junior); 15.30 (KZ2); 16.00 (Mini).
All results, Live Timing and Live TV feeds will be available at www.wskarting.it
5 April 2017
In the picture: CRG Racing Team, WSK Sarno, Ph. Cunaphoto.it