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MAX VERSTAPPEN ARRIVES IN PRECENICCO AS THE LEADER OF THE KZ2 CATEGORY BEFORE THE THIRD ROUND OF THE WSK MASTER SERIES. THE SERIES IS HOSTED BY THE INTERNATIONAL FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA CIRCUIT FOR THE FIRST TIME. ALSO FUMA HORIO IN KF RACES FOR CRG. IN THE 60 MINI, MARTINEZ TRIES TO WIN HIS SECOND CHAMPIONSHIP.

Lonato del Garda (Brescia - italy). After the third round of the WSK Euro Series on last 21st April in Sarno, the WSK is once again in Italy for the third round of the Master Series, at its first time on the International Circuit Friuli Venezia Giulia, in Precenicco (Udine). The main target for the CRG Official team is confirming the leadership in KZ2 with its young talent, the Dutch Max Verstappen, the leader of the championship with a 31-point lead.

IN KZ2 VERSTAPPEN IS THE LEADER. In KZ2 Max Verstappen, on CRG-Tm, had a terrific beginning of season, with an impressive winning streak which started right with the WSK Master Series and his double win in Muro Leccese which made him gather 85 points. In the following round in Sarno, Verstappen was dogged by bad luck, but despite all he managed to gain 16 points and to keep the leadership of the championship with a remarkable lead of 31 points over De Conto and of 36 over Negro.

This round in Friuli is absolutely crucial and precedes the last round of Castelletto di Branduzzo on 14th July.

The other CRG Dutch driver, Jorrit Pex, sixth in the championship, will not participate in the event, given that he is taking part in the concurrent second round of the German Championship in Wackersdorf. He is the current leader of the German Championship after the first round of Ampfing. Davide Forè, on CRG-Tm, is racing in Germany too. He drives for the Polish team DTK and he is second in the Championship.

FUMA HORIO IN KF. In KF, CRG is represented by the Japanese Fuma Horio, a driver who is improving fast thanks to his participation, this year, in the International Championships. Last year he took part in just few races outside Asia. In this race, Fuma Horio will drive on a performing CRG chassis powered - this time - by Parilla.

MARTINEZ BACK IN THE 60 MINI. The 60 Mini is back on track after the conclusion of the WSK Euro Series in Sarno. Once again, the centre of attention will be the Gamoto Racing team with the CRG/Hero chassis of the Italian factory and the new European Champion of the Series, the young Spanish Eliseo Martinez. Gamoto arrives at this appointment at its best: besides Martinez there is also the Greek Kostantinos, the Malaysian Muizzuddin Musyaffa Abdul Gafar and his fellow countryman Nazim Azman.

In the Championship, Martinez, after leading the standings at the beginning of the championship, is second on the eve of this third round of the WSK Master Series. Between him and the leader, Kush Maini, a 27 point gap, but the Spaniard is ready and motivated to take over the leadership and try to put his hands on the second title of the Euro Series.

ON TV. TV Live in streaming on www.wsk.it on Sunday 5th May from 11.00. On RAI Sport 2 special report on Friday 10th May.
PROGRAMME. Friday 3rd May. Free practice from 8.20; Qualifying from 13.40; KFJ and KF Superpole from 15.00; Heats from 16.20.
Saturday 4th May. Warm-up from 8.30; Heats from 10.40; KZ2 Final-1 from 17.30.
Sunday 5th May. Warm-up from 8.30; Mini Prefinals from 11.00 and KFJ from 11.40; KF Prefinal from 14.00; Mini Final from 14.30; KFJ Final from 15.00; KZ2 Final from 15.30; KF Final from 16.00.

WSK MASTER SERIES STANDINGS.
KZ2: 1. Verstappen 101 points; 2. De Conto 70; 3. Negro 64; 4. Leclerc 57; 5. Hanley 48; 6. Pex 45; 7. Hajek 28; 8. Federer 22; 9. Lammers 21;10. Iglesias 20.

KF: 1. Boccolacci points 115; 2. Basz 107; 3. Kodric 62; 4. Barnicoat 47; 5. Convers 39; 6. Stroll 35; 7. Snell 24; 8. Russell 21; 9. Guazzaroni 20; 10. Joyner 18.

KFJ: 1. Lorandi points 133; 2. Norris 79; 3. Sitnikov 73; 4. Thompson 63; 5. Mazepin 60; 6. Pulcini 45; 7. Van Leeuwen 42; 8. Daruvale 36; 9. Betch 30; 10. Shwartzman 29.

60 MINI: 1. Maini points 100; 2. Martinez 73; 3. Lindh 70; 4. Negro 38; 5. Marseglia 37; 6. Fusco 32; 7. Mizevich e Chinelli 24; 9. Abdul Gafar 21; 10. Pagano 20.

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2nd May 2013

 

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JONATHAN THONON IN FINAL 2 ACHIEVES SECOND PLACE. MAX VERSTAPPEN OBLIGED TO RETIRE IN THE SECOND FINAL BUT HE STILL KEEPS A 60 POINT LEAD. IN KF FELICE TIENE RETIRES AFTER A CRASH. PALOU RECOVERS AND PLACES 19th. ELISEO MARTINEZ IS THE 60 MINI CHAMPION.

Sarno (Italy). The weekend in Sarno for the third and last but one round of the WSK Euro Series closed with another remarkable performance of CRG. In KZ1 Jonathan Thonon, on his CRG Maxter, is the runner-up of Sunday Final 2; in the 60 Mini the Spanish Eliseo Martinez (Gamoto) is the WSK European Champion, but the final was won by the Greek Kostantinos.

VERSTAPPEN STILL AT + 60. In KZ1, the championship leader, Max Verstappen, was dogged by bad luck and, after the third place conquered in Saturday first final, obliged to retire from Sunday Final at the second lap for technical troubles. The Dutch driver, on a CRG-Tm, is still the leader of the championship with a remarkable lead over his rivals: 60 points over Hanley. On 2nd June, the last round in Genk (Belgium) where Verstappen will just need to control the race to win the championship.

Jonathan Thonon's second place, even though achieved in a Final won by Lammers and finished with karts obliged to slow down and keep their positions until the finishing line for the accident occurred to Kozlinski and Iglesias, confirms the competitiveness of the Belgian driver in this period of the season. Thonon and CRG can aim at great results in the forthcoming international events.

Jorrit Pex, too, confirmed his skills on his CRG-Tm finishing in fifth position. Also Jordon Lennox-Lamb, on CRG-Parilla, could have put in a good performance if he hadn't been pushed off track by Iglesias during the second lap. However, Lennox, this year too, is among the top drivers. Both Davide Forè (CRG-Maxter), 17th, and Fabian Federer (CRG-Modena), 19th, had several technical troubles and finished a bit behind.

In KZ2, where Zanchetta achieved a thrilling win on Maranello-Tm, CRG got a good result thanks to the young Polish driver Bartosz Idzkowski on CRG-Maxter of the DTK team: he placed 5th in Final 1 and 8th in Final 2. Giovanni Martinez (CRG-Maxter) was obliged to retire in Final-2 for a puncture during the formation lap.

IN KF BITTER FINAL FOR TIENE. In KF Felice Tiene on CRG-Parilla would have deserved better luck after the good performance put in throughout the whole weekend, beginning with his third time in qualifying, then the good results in the heats and, finally, the promising fifth place in the pre-final, where he battled for the first positions until the end.
Unfortunately in the final Felice Tiene had a contact with another driver and was obliged to pull over at about half race.

Alex Palou (CRG-Parilla) was not luckier than his teammate: he got involved in an accident in the Prefinal which obliged him to a recovery race in the final. Despite that he managed to close with a good 19th place achieved starting from the last rows of the starting grid.

Good performance for the Spanish Pedro Hiltbrand Aguilar, on LH-Tm of the LH Racing team, who missed the podium right at the last lap after reaching second place. Hiltbrand finished fourth, but he is definitely ready to be a top driver.

Zachary Claman DeMelo (CRG-Bmb) did not manage to enter the final because hit by a 10" penalty in one of the heats.

In KF Junior, Devlin De Francesco (CRG-Bmb) failed to enter the final for just one position - he finished 18th in the Pre-final - as well as Stan Pex of CRG Holland, obliged to retire in the Pre-final.

IN THE 60 MINI MARTINEZ IS THE CHAMPION. The 60 Mini, at its second and decisive round, saw the victory of the CRG Spanish driver Eliseo Martinez (Gamoto) - who was then mathematically sure of the title - and the double win of the Greek Kostantinos in the Final after a sprint with Martinez himself. A good success and a well deserved reward for the excellent work done by the Gamoto team with the CRG/Hero chassis, besides the indisputable skills of these two young and promising drivers.

NEXT APPOINTMENTS. The fourth and last appointment of the WSK Euro Series is on 2nd June in Genk (Belgium). The third round of the WSK Master Series is on 5th May on the International Circuit Friuli in Precenicco (Italy).

THE INTERVIEWS. Euan Jeffery, CRG team manager: “In KZ1 the weekend was rather tough, with many drivers close to each other. Anyway, all our drivers put in good performances. In Final 1 Verstappen managed to achieve a good third place, while in Final 2 it was Thonon who showed his great competitiveness and placed second. Very likely, without the accident between Kozlinski and Iglesias which "freezed" the positions, he could have battled for victory. In Final 2, unfortunately, Verstappen and Lennox had to stop during the first laps, otherwise we would have recorded good results. In KF Tiene did well throughout the whole weekend, but in the Final he had a contact with Lavelli and had to pull over. Palou went really fast in the Final, but he started from the back rows and didn't manage to achieve a good result. Anyway, he is improving fast at his first year in KF."

Jonathan Thonon (KZ1): “It was a good second place but I'm disappointed by the fact that the race finished with a yellow flag situation, otherwise I could have battled for victory. I'm happy anyway because I was always very fast, just like in the race of Zuera. I'm glad because I'm keeping a steady pace both in qualifying and during the race. I want to say thank you to all the team, my mechanic and all those who assisted me, like the TecSav preparer who has been working a lot during this month to grant me the highest level of performance of my engine. I'm confident about next appointments and, above all, I'm ready for the European championship."

Max Verstappen (KZ1): “The weekend started well. I had some troubles with the chassis setup which we managed to fix before Final 1. In fact, with two more laps I could have won the race. Today, in the first heat, I had some sliding and then some engine issues. In the second heat I burnt the clutch at the start and I had to retire. In Final 2 I just drove two laps and then I had a problem with the spark plug. A weekend to forget, but I still have a 60 point lead in the championship."

THE WSK EURO SERIES STANDINGS.
KZ1. 1. Verstappen points 180; 2. Hanley 120; 3. De Conto 73; 4. Lammers 70; 5. Pex 69; 6. Thonon 60; 7. Lennox 39; 8. Hajek 38; 9. Iglesias 37; 10. Ardigò 34.
KZ2. 1. Zanchetta points 202; 2. Negro 169; 3. Midrla 115; 4. Celenta 52; 5. Juodvirsis 50; 6. Dragan 41; 7. Johansson e Antonsen 37; 9. Cunati 27; 10. Roy 25.
KF. 1. Boccolacci points 161; 2. Basz 90; 3. Nielsen 87; . Barnicoat 84; 5. Tiene 68; 6. Russell 66; 7. Convers 57; 8. Kodric e Lavelli 37; 10. Romanov 34.
KFJ. 1. Norris points 229; 2. Lorandi Alessio 130; 3. Ticktum 88; 4. Pulcini 83; 5. Shwartzman 65; 6. Beckmann 50; 7. Sitnikov 49; 8. Van Leeuwen 47; 9. Thompson 46; 10. Atoev 43.
60 MINI (Championship). 1. Martinez points 150; 2. Maini 67; 3. Kostantinos 60; 4. Muizzuddin 56; 5. Lindh 39; 6. Colombo 35; 7. Marseglia 29; 8. Negro 24; 9. Abrusci 23; 10. Pagano 18.

ON TV. Special TV report on Friday 26th April on Rai Sport - WSK TV Magazine.

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22nd April 2013

 

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MAX VERSTAPPEN KEEPS THE HEAD OF THE STANDINGS WITH A 75 POINT LEAD. ON SUNDAY THE SECOND FINAL. IN KF, FELICE TIENE IS - AGAIN - AMONG THE TOP DRIVERS . IN 60 MINI, ELISEO MARTINEZ IS OUTSTANDING IN THE QUALIFYING HEATS.

Sarno (Salerno - Italy). After the engine issue during qualifying on Friday, the Dutch driver of CRG, Max Verstappen, immediately redeemed himself on the second racing day on the International Circuit Napoli of Sarno, in the third round of the WSK Euro Series. Verstappen achieved an excellent third place in the first KZ1 final.
Great expectations now for Felice Tiene in KF: the CRG driver is among the top drivers of the qualifying heats.

PRECIOUS THIRD PLACE FOR VERSTAPPEN. In KZ1 Max Verstappen, on CRG-Tm and leader of the championship with a 75 point lead over his rivals, achieved a good recovery in the two qualifying heats and, in particular, in the first final, where he recovered from the sixth position on the grid and reached the third place. He crossed the finishing line in close pursuit of the two leading drivers, Ben Hanley and Bas Lammers, who placed first and second respectively. The championship standings is still led by Verstappen with 180 points, followed by Hanley with 105.

Positive performances for Jonathan Thonon (CRG-Maxter), ninth, and, in particular for Jordon Lennox-Lamb (CRG-Parilla), who placed tenth after a good recovery from the last rows of the starting grid.

Davide Forè (CRG-Maxter) finished 15th, Fabian Federer (CRG-Modena) 21st. Jorrit Pex (CRG-Tm) got involved in a crash during the first lap of the final and was obliged to retire.

On Sunday morning, after the two qualifying heats, the eagerly awaited Final which will give even more important points for the championship.

GREAT EXPECATIONS FOR TIENE. In KF, Felice Tiene put in another positive performance, after the good results achieved on Friday when he finished third in qualifying. On Saturday, in the heats, the Italian driver was among the protagonists of the races on his CRG powered by Parilla by KVS. He achieved a second and a fourth place, after the second achieved on Friday. On Sunday, the last heat of the KF will establish the starting grid of the Pre-final and, then, the Final.

The Spanish Alex Palou, always on CRG-Parilla, wasn't as lucky in qualifying: he had a crash during the first heat on Friday, but he managed to recover in the other two heats on Saturday, when he achieved a 8th and an 11th place. Also Palou will have to wait for the last heat on Sunday morning to know whether he will enter the final phase. Some troubles also for the Canadian Zachary Claman DeMelo (CRG-Bmb), who got involved in some contacts and dropped back in the race standings.

MARTINEZ PERFORMS WELL IN 60 MINI. In the 60 Mini the Spanish Eliseo Martinez (CRG/Hero-Lke) of the Gamoto team confirmed to be one of the fastest driver of the pack, together with his teammate Kostantinos. They both occupy the first position of the two heats, just behind Kush Maini. The championship of this category finishes on Sunday, after the Pre-final and the Final. Martinez is the current leader with 85 points.

THE WSK EURO SERIES STANDINGS AFTER TWO ROUNDS.
KZ1. 1. Verstappen points 170; 2. Hanley 70; 3. Pex 57; 4. De Conto 44; 5. Lennox 36; 6. Iglesias 32; 7. Hajek 27; 8. Thonon 26; 9. Toninelli 17; 10. Ardigò 16.
KZ2. 1. Zanchetta points 145; 2. Negro 104; 3. Midrla 80; 4. Johansson 37; 5. Juodvirsis 31; 6. Dragan 28; 7. Roy 24; 8. Antonsen e Celenta 22; 10. Spinelli 17.
KF. 1. Boccolacci points 90; 2. Barnicoat 77; 3. Tiene 60; 4. Russell e Basz 55; 6. Convers 44; 7. Nielsen 29; 8. Lavelli 28; 9. Romanov 24; 10. Snell e Stroll 17.
KFJ. 1. Norris points 174; 2. Ticktum 78; 3. Lorandi Alessio 60; 4. Sitnikov 49; 5. Pulcini 47; 6. Atoev 43; 7. Ahmed 36; 8. Beckmann e Sargeant 30; 10. Van Leeuwen 28.
MINI. 1. Martinez points 85; 2. Muizzuddin 40; 3. Maini 32; 4. Marseglia 25; 5. Negro 22; 6. Colombo 19; 7. Lindh 11; 8. Settimo 10; 9. Vidalese 9; 10. Abrusci e Azman 8.

PROGRAMME. Sunday 21st April. Warm-up from h 8.20; Qualifying heats from h 10.10; Pre-final for MINI h 11.30; Pre-finals for KFJ h 11.50; Prefinal for KF h 13.10; Final for MINI h 14.30; Final-2 for KZ2 h 15.00; Final for KFJ h 15.30; Final-2 for KZ1 h 16.00; Final for KF h 16.30.
ON TV. Sunday 21st April live on the Internet. Friday 26th April, on Rai Sport, the WSK TV Magazine.
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20th April 2013

 

GOOD NEWS FOR FELICE TIENE IN KF: HE IS ALREADY AMONG THE FASTEST DRIVERS IN QUALIFYING AND IN THE FIRST HEAT DURING THE OPENING RACING DAY. MAX VERSTAPPEN, LEADER IN KZ1, GOT SLOWED DOWN BY AN ENGINE ISSUE. JORRIT PEX AT THE START WITH THE 9th TIME. THONON IS 11th.

Sarno (Salerno - Italy). The weekend didn't begin well for the CRG Official Team, racing in the third round of the WSK Euro Series in Sarno (Italy) on the International Circuit Napoli. The race started on 19th April with qualifying and the first heats.

So far, the only good piece of news is Felice Tiene's result: the Italian driver is with the fastest drivers of the KF category, both in qualifying - thanks to his overall third time, just two tenths of a second behind the leader - and in the Superpole - where he finished seventh. In Saturday's heat Tiene - on CRG-Parilla - managed to remain with the top drivers since the beginning, finishing second in close pursuit of the winner. In few words, the excellent first phase of the race confirmed
Tiene among the favourite drivers, after his victory in the last race of Zuera.

Always in KF, Alex Palou's start wasn't as good: he fell victim of an accident in the first heat of the weekend and then only placed 17th. In the other heat, the Canadian Zachary Claman DeMelo (CRG-Bmb) placed tenth.

On the other hand, bad news from the top category, the KZ1, where the leader of the standings, Max Verstappen, on his CRG-Tm had an engine issue in qualifying.
Verstappen, after dominating the first two rounds of the WSK Euro Series thanks to his four victories in a row, this time had to be content with the tenth time in qualifying, set during the only two laps he managed to remain on track.

Also Jorrit Pex, of CRG Holland, had some troubles with the carburettor and could not do any better than the ninth time. The other CRG drivers follow: Jonathan Thonon (CRG-Maxter) placed immediately behind the two Dutch drivers with the 11th time, Fabian Federer (CRG-Modena) is 18th, Jordon Lennox-Lamb (CRG-Parilla) 19th, Davide Forè (CRG-Maxter) 23rd. Among the private drivers good performance for Lorenzo Camplese on CRG-Parilla, who set the overall fifth time, while Andrea Dalè, always on CRG-Parilla, is 16th.

In KZ2, Riccardo Negro (DR-Tm) set the fastest time preceding Marco Zanchetta (Maranello-Tm), while the best among the CRG drivers was Giovanni Martinez (CRG-Maxter) thanks to his 16th time.

In the Junior category, the KFJ, good performance for the Italian Pietro Mazzola among the private drivers: he races on a LH Racing and achieved the overall 14th time in qualifying.

In the 60 Mini, which assigns the championship title right in this race, the Spanish Eliseo Martinez of the Gamoto Team (CRG/Hero-Lke) set the fourth time in qualifying, while his teammate, Kostantinos, set the overall second time.

Tomorrow, Saturday 20th April, will be the crucial day, with the heats in all the categories and the first KZ1 and KZ2 final.

THE WSK EURO SERIES STANDINGS AFTER TWO ROUNDS.
KZ1. 1. Verstappen points 170; 2. Hanley 70; 3. Pex 57; 4. De Conto 44; 5. Lennox 36; 6. Iglesias 32; 7. Hajek 27; 8. Thonon 26; 9. Toninelli 17; 10. Ardigò 16.
KZ2. 1. Zanchetta points 145; 2. Negro 104; 3. Midrla 80; 4. Johansson 37; 5. Juodvirsis 31; 6. Dragan 28; 7. Roy 24; 8. Antonsen e Celenta 22; 10. Spinelli 17.
KF. 1. Boccolacci points 90; 2. Barnicoat 77; 3. Tiene 60; 4. Russell e Basz 55; 6. Convers 44; 7. Nielsen 29; 8. Lavelli 28; 9. Romanov 24; 10. Snell e Stroll 17.
KFJ. 1. Norris points 174; 2. Ticktum 78; 3. Lorandi Alessio 60; 4. Sitnikov 49; 5. Pulcini 47; 6. Atoev 43; 7. Ahmed 36; 8. Beckmann e Sargeant 30; 10. Van Leeuwen 28.
MINI. 1. Martinez points 85; 2. Muizzuddin 40; 3. Maini 32; 4. Marseglia 25; 5. Negro 22; 6. Colombo 19; 7. Lindh 11; 8. Settimo 10; 9. Vidalese 9; 10. Abrusci e Azman 8.

PROGRAMME. Saturday 20th April. Warm-up from h 8.20; Qualifying heats from h 10.05; Final 1 for KZ2 h 17.20; Final 1 for KZ1 h 17.40.
Sunday 21st April. Warm-up from h 8.20; Qualifying heats from h 10.10; Pre-final for MINI h 11.30; Pre-finals for KFJ h 11.50; Prefinal for KF h 13.10; Final for MINI h 14.30; Final-2 for KZ2 h 15.00; Final for KFJ h 15.30; Final-2 for KZ1 h 16.00; Final for KF h 16.30.

ON TV. Sunday 21st April live on the Internet. Friday 26th April, on Rai Sport, the WSK TV Magazine.

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19th April 2013

 

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IN KF FELICE TIENE IS READY TO ATTACK AND TAKE OVER LEADERSHIP AFTER HIS SUCCESS IN THE PREVIOUS RACE OF ZUERA. THE 60 MINI IS AT ITS FINAL ROUND WITH MARTINEZ LEADER.

Lonato del Garda (Brescia - Italy). CRG Official team schedule is full of important appointments and. Next weekend it is already time for another round - the third - of the WSK Euro Series. The venue is the International Circuit Napoli in Sarno, which already hosted the recent event of the Master Series.

From 19th to 21st April, the WSK Euro Series will take place with all the categories crammed with entrants and with CRG drivers ready to exploit the excellent qualities of the Italian factory equipment, the cutting edge of international karting.

Five categories on track, including the 60 Mini which is at its last and decisive round: one of the young drivers taking part in the category will win the first title of the season.

VERSTAPPEN +100 IN KZ1. In KZ1 Max Verstappen is the king of the category on a CRM-Tm of CRG Holland. He is still unbeaten after the first two rounds of La Conca and Zuera and has a 100 point lead over his closest pursuer. Together with Max, other CRG drivers stand a good chance to get good results and climb up the standings: Jorrit Pex (CRG-Tm), third of the standings, and Jordon Lennox-Lamb, who arrives in Sarno behind the wheel of a CRG-Parilla after the good third place achieved in the last race in Zuera.

In KZ1, "the CRG Army" ranks are completed by the presence of Davide Forè and by the poleman of Zuera Jonathan Thonon, both on CRG-Maxter, together with Fabian Federer on CRG-Modena.

In KZ2, Giovanni Martinez (CRG-Maxter) will race for CRG together with other private drivers such as the Polish Bartosz Idzkowski of DTK and the Russian Philipp Buznikov of the 77 RUS team. Marco Zanchetta, on Maranello-Tm, is the leader of the ranking.

TIENE ATTACKS IN KF. In KF focus on the reigning world champion Felice Tiene, who achieved a resounding victory in Zuera and he is now ready to confirm his presence among the leading actors of the category on his CRG-Parilla. After the second round in Spain, Tiene is third in the standings, 30 points behind the leader Boccolacci. So, the round in Sarno is crucial for the championship. In KF there are also the 2012 KF3 Euro Series champion, the Spanish Alex Palou, and the Canadian Zachary Claman DeMelo racing for CRG, both on CRG-Parilla.

With Forza Racing there is the Polish Igor Walilko, with PF International the English Mark Litchfield. With LH Racing the Danish Kevin Rossel, the Finnish Jussi Kuusiniemi and the Spanish Pedro Hiltbrand Aguilar.

YOUNG TALENTS IN KFJ. In KFJ, the American Devlin De Francesco and Jorrit Pex's young brother, Stan Pex, race for CRG together with Philip Rawson of PF International and Pietro Mazzola, with LH Racing.

THE 60 MINI ASSIGNS THE TITLE. In the tiniest category, the 60 Mini, the situation is particularly favourable to the Spanish Eliseo Martinez on CRG/Hero-Lke of the Gamoto team. The Spaniard, after the first round of La Conca, has got a remarkable lead over his pursuers in this final sprint: Martinez is 45 points ahead of his teammate Abdul Gafar Muizzuddin, but despite that the battle for the title is going to be tough.

THE WSK EURO SERIES STANDINGS AFTER TWO ROUNDS.
KZ1. 1. Verstappen points 170; 2. Hanley 70; 3. Pex 57; 4. De Conto 44; 5. Lennox 36; 6. Iglesias 32; 7. Hajek 27; 8. Thonon 26; 9. Toninelli 17; 10. Ardigò 16.
KZ2. 1. Zanchetta points 145; 2. Negro 104; 3. Midrla 80; 4. Johansson 37; 5. Juodvirsis 31; 6. Dragan 28; 7. Roy 24; 8. Antonsen e Celenta 22; 10. Spinelli 17.
KF. 1. Boccolacci points 90; 2. Barnicoat 77; 3. Tiene 60; 4. Russell e Basz 55; 6. Convers 44; 7. Nielsen 29; 8. Lavelli 28; 9. Romanov 24; 10. Snell e Stroll 17.
KFJ. 1. Norris points 174; 2. Ticktum 78; 3. Lorandi Alessio 60; 4. Sitnikov 49; 5. Pulcini 47; 6. Atoev 43; 7. Ahmed 36; 8. Beckmann e Sargeant 30; 10. Van Leeuwen 28.
MINI. 1. Martinez points 85; 2. Muizzuddin 40; 3. Maini 32; 4. Marseglia 25; 5. Negro 22; 6. Colombo 19; 7. Lindh 11; 8. Settimo 10; 9. Vidalese 9; 10. Abrusci e Azman 8.

PROGRAMME. Friday 19th April. Free practice from 8.20; Qualifying for KFJ and KF from 13.00; Superpole for KFJ and KF h 15.00; Qualifying for Mini, KZ2 and KZ1 from h 15.30; Qualifying heats from h 16.20.
Saturday 20th April. Warm-up from h 8.20; Qualifying heats from h 10.05; Final 1 for KZ2 h 17.20; Final 1 for KZ1 h 17.40.
Sunday 21st April. Warm-up from h 8.20; Qualifying heats from h 10.10; Pre-final for MINI h 11.30; Pre-finals for KFJ h 11.50; Prefinal for KF h 13.10; Final for MINI h 14.30; Final-2 for KZ2 h 15.00; Final for KFJ h 15.30; Final-2 for KZ1 h 16.00; Final for KF h 16.30.

ON TV. Sunday 21st April live on the Internet. Friday 26th April, on Rai Sport, the WSK TV Magazine.

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18th April 2013

 

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EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE FOR THE CRG DRIVERS AT THEIR FIRST APPOINTMENT IN THE GERMAN CHAMPIONSHIP. IN BOTH THE FINALS PEX, FORE’ AND OTT ACHIEVE THE FIRST THREE POSITIONS OF THE PODIUM.

Lonato del Garda (Brescia - Italy). Another great result for CRG in Germany last weekend on the racetrack of Ampfing, in the first out of five rounds of the German championship, DKM Deutsche Kart Meisterschaft, with 140 entrants coming from 18 different countries.

The KZ2 race of Ampfing was literally dominated by last year's edition winner, the Dutch Jorrit Pex of the CRG Holland team, Davide Forè of the Polish team DTK and the German Stefan Ott of CRG Holland, all on CRG-Tm.

After setting the fastest time ahead of Forè, Jorrit Pex won both the finals of the German event, always preceding an excellent Davide Forè and a surprising Stefan Ott.

CRG WINS HANDS DOWN THANKS TO PEX, FORE’ AND OTT. For Jorrit Pex, the 2012 champion of the German Championship and of the WSK Euro Series, this is the first double success of the season. Now, the young Dutch driver is the current leader of the category in the DKM with 52 points; David Forè follows 12 points behind. The Italian driver battled for victory in both the finals and even set the fastest time of the second final.

Tough battle also for the third place. In both the finals it was the German driver Stefan Ott who managed to get it after a thrilling battle with the other competitors. Ott is now the third of the standings with 32 points.

Also the other German driver of CRG Holland, Marcel Jeleniowski, made himself conspicuous thanks to an excellent fourth place achieved in Final 1: so, eventually, there were four CRG karts in the first four positions in race 1.

NEXT APPOINTMENTS. The forthcoming appointments of the German Championship are on 5th May in Wackersdorf, on 14th July in Kerpen, on 18th August in Hahn and on 13th October in Genk in Belgium.

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TOUGH WEEKEND FOR THE CRG DRIVERS IN SARNO FOR THE SECOND ROUND OF THE WSK MASTER SERIES. THE BEST RESULT IS ACHIEVED BY PEX IN KZ2 THANKS TO TWO THIRD PLACES. VERSTAPPEN GETS TWO GOOD PLACEMENTS BUT NOTHING MORE. GOOD PERFORMANCE FOR FEDERER. HORIO AND NYLAND, IN KF, GOT SLOWED DOWN BY AN ACCIDENT

Lonato del Garda (Brescia - Italy). CRG had a hard time during the weekend in Sarno, on the International Circuit Napoli for the second round of the WSK Master Series. Anyway, things were not as bad as it may seem: Jorrit Pex - competitive as usual - managed to step twice onto the podium in both the finals, after battling for victory. Verstappen was the other bright spot of the weekend: he achieved two placements, managed to keep the top of the standings and the championship seems to be tightly in his hands.

VERSTAPPEN'S WINNING STREAK HAS COME TO AN END. Six victories in a row in KZ for Max Verstappen, but in Sarno the Dutch driver's winning streak has finally come to an end. After his double win in the WSK Master Series of Muro Leccese and his four victories in a row in the WSK Euro Series of Muro Leccese and Zuera, in Sarno Verstappen had to be content with two placements which, anyway, allowed him to keep a 31-point lead over his pursuers in the championship. Jorrit Pex is the sixth of the standings.

In Saturday's first final, Pex grabbed the third place right at the end of the race. The winner was Paolo De Conto, while Charles Leclerc was the runner-up. Verstappen, after two rather unlucky qualifying heats, was the protagonist of a great recovery from 18th to 6th position.
He even set the fastest lap time.

In Final 2, on Sunday, the two CRG Holland Dutch drivers were among the major protagonists, with Jorrit Pex third, again, after a good performance which saw him always in the top positions. He finished behind Riccardo Negro and Charles Leclerc. An excellent Max Verstappen, seventh after a thrilling recovery from the last row of the starting grid where he got relegated because of two unlucky qualifying heats.

Fabian Federer's overall performance, on CRG-Modena, was good too. He placed seventh in Sarno after the first final on Saturday, while in Sunday's second final he had to pull over - when he was fifth - with one third of the race remaining for a technical failure to his bumper. Federer now occupies the 8th position of the championship standings.
HORIO AND NYLAND INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT IN KF. In KF, the two CRG drivers participating in the WSK Master Series of Sarno were the Japanese Fuma Horio and the Finnish Niclas Nylund, both on CRG-Bmb. They both managed to qualify for the final phase at the end of hard qualifying heats where Horio's best results were two second places, while Nylund achieved a good fourth place. Then, great expectations after the Pre-final, especially for Nylund who placed 9th.
Unfortunately, a double crash at the beginning of the Final prevented the two drivers from getting the good result they deserved: Nylund was obliged to pull over, while Fuma dropped back to the back positions and did not manage to close the gap. In KF the winner was Karol Basz, the runner-up Dorian Boccolacci. Third Martin Kodric.

DE FRANCESCO AND MONGER FINALISTS IN KFJ. Among the young CRG drivers of the private teams of the KFJ, the best was Devlin De Francesco on CRG-Bmb (DFR). His performance in the final phase was excellent: he achieved a great recovery from the last positions on the starting grid due to bad qualifying. In the Pre-final he recovered from 17th to 11th, while in the Final, where he started from the 21st slot on the starting grid, he placed 18th. The English Billy Monger (Forza Racing) placed 24th in the Final, after his 13th place in the Pre-final. The Russian Nikita Mazepin was the KFJ winner.

BITTER FINAL FOR MARTINEZ. In the 60 Mini, the young Eliseo Martinez on CRG/Hero-Lke of the Gamoto team had a rather unlucky weekend and, finally, he had to leave the leadership of the standings to Kush Maini. In Sarno, Martinez only managed to get a fifth place in the Pre-final and the 8 points he gathered at least allowed him to keep the second place of the standings, ahead of Rasmus Lindh, winner in the Final. In the Final, Martinez got hit from behind and only got a seventeenth place, right ahead of the other Gamoto driver Kostantinos. Abdul Gafar Muizzuddin, on the other hand, placed 8th and he is now 9th in the championship.

NEXT APPOINTMENT. The next round of the WSK Master Series is scheduled on 5th May on the Friuli Venezia Giulia Circuit. In two weeks, on 21st April, the third round of the WSK Euro Series in Sarno.

THE WSK MASTER SERIES STANDINGS.
KZ2: 1. Verstappen points 101; 2. De Conto 70; 3. Negro 64; 4. Leclerc 57; 5. Hanley 48; 6. Pex 45; 7. Hajek 28; 8. Federer 22; 9. Lammers 21; 10. Iglesias 20.

KF: 1. Boccolacci points 115; 2. Basz 107; 3. Kodric 62; 4. Barnicoat 47; 5. Convers 39; 6. Stroll 35; 7. Snell 24; 8. Russell 21; 9. Guazzaroni 20; 10. Joyner 18.

KFJ: 1. Lorandi Alessio points 133; 2. Norris 79; 3. Sitnikov 73; 4. Thompson 63; 5. Mazepin 60; 6. Pulcini 45; 7. Van Leeuwen 42; 8. Daruvala 36; 9. Betsh 30; 10. Shwartzman 29.

60 MINI: 1. Maini points 100; 2. Martinez 73; 3. Lindh 70; 4. Negro 38; 5. Marseglia 37; 6. Fusco 32; 7. Mizevich e Chinelli 24; 9. Abdul Gafar Muizzuddin 21; 10. Pagano 20.

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THE DUTCH DRIVER, THANKS TO HIS UNPRECEDENTED WINNING STREAK, LEADS THE CATEGORY. IN KZ2 ALSO JORRIT PEX AND FABIAN FEDERER. IN KF, NICLAS NYLAND AND FUMA HORIO WITH THE OFFICIAL TEAM. IN KFJ SEVERAL PRIVATE TEAMS WITH CRG. ELISEO MARTINEZ OF TEAM GAMOTO IS THE 60M MINI LEADER.

Lonato del Garda (Brescia - Italy). It is WSK Master Series time again. The second round is hosted on the International Circuit Napoli in Sarno (Italy) which, a fortnight later, will be the venue also for the WSK Euro Series. A double appointment where CRG is going to play its usual leading role.

VERSTAPPEN ARRIVES AS THE KZ2 LEADER. In this second round of the WSK Master Series, in KZ2 CRG official team presents the current leader of the Series, the young Dutch driver Max Verstappen (picture above), who was simply unbeatable in his first part of the season, and not only in this category: in fact, he has already won also in KZ1 and in KF2 in the season opening race, the Winter Cup. After winning the first two finals of the Master Series in Muro Leccese, Verstappen – on CRG-Tm - can boast an unprecedented winning and steady pace, thanks to his streak of victories which includes the two double KZ1 finals in the Euro Series in Muro Leccese and, last week, in Zuera. In Sarno, Verstappen aims at gaining more points and at widening the gap in the standings.

Together with Verstappen, in Sarno, also his fellow countryman Jorrit Pex, on a CRG-Tm of the CRG Holland team. Pex produced very good performances in the two rounds of the WSK Euros Series and he currently occupies the sixth position of the WSK Master standings.

Also Fabian Federer is racing on a CRG in KZ2: he is the fifth of the standings, powered by the new Modena engine. Other CRG drivers in KZ2: Giuseppe Amodeo of Gamoto team, Kristijan Habulin of KK1, and Sinan Van Der Raad with CRG Holland.

IN KF NYLAND TRIES TO CLIMB UP THE STANDINGS. In KF, CRG official team presents itself with the Finnish Niclas Nyland (in the picture), eager to climb up the standings from his current 11th position as quickly as possible. Together with the Finnish driver the Japanese Fuma Horio, both powered by a Parilla engine prepared by KVS which, in Zuera, showed its excellent qualities thanks to Felice Tiene's victory. With the Forza Racing team - on a CRG-Tm kart - the Polish Igor Walilko and the Irish Henry Odhran. With LH Racing, the Danish Kevin Rossel.
In KFJ, CRG is represented by private teams. With Forza Racing there is the English Billy Monger, with DFR Devlin De Francesco, with CRG Holland the young Stan Pex, Jorrit's younger brother, with LH Racing the Belgian Matteo Raspatelli and Pietro Mazzola.
In the uncertain 60 Mini, the Spanish Eliseo Martinez on CRG/Hero-Lke of the Gamoto team arrives in Sarno as the leader of the standings. With the Italian team also the Malaysian Muizzudin Bin Abdul Gafar and the Greek “Konstantinos”. With LH Racing the Belgian Esteban and O Neill Muth, with KK1 the Croatian Max Herendic, with AB Motorsport the Russian Bogdan Fetisov and Francesco Tripoli.

PROGRAMME. Friday 5th April. Free practice from 8.20; Qualifying from 13.20; KFJ and KF Superpole from 15.00; Heats from 16.20. Saturday 6th April. Warm-up from 8.30; Heats from 10.30; KZ2 Final-1 17.50. Sunday 7th April. Warm-up from 8.30; Pre-finals from 11.00; Finals: Mini 14.30; KFJ 15.00; KZ2 15.30; KF 16.00.

WSK MASTER SERIES STANDINGS.
KZ2: 1. Verstappen 85 points; 2. De Conto 35; 3. Hanley 30; 4. Hajek 28; 5. Federer 16; 6. Pex 15; 7. Negro e Dalè 13; 9. Iglesias 12; 10. Lammers 9.
KF: 1. Boccolacci 72 points; 2. Convers 39; 3. Basz 35; 4. Stroll 29; 5. Barnicoat 23; 6. Snell 20; 7. Rossel 12; 8. Sargeant, Joyner e Russell 9; 11. Nylund 7.
KFJ: 1. Lorandi 88 points; 2. Norris 65; 3. Thompson 40; 4. Betsh 25; 5. Sitnikov 22; 6. Pulcini 19; 7. Defourny 17; 8. Chaimongkol 15; 9. Fewtrell 13; 10. Bale 12.
60 MINI: 1. Martinez 65 points; 2. Maini 60; 3. Chinelli 24; 4. Pagano e Negro 20; 6. Vidales 17; 7. Fusco 12; 8. Bin Abdul Gafar 11; 9. Skeed e Muth Esteban 10.
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FOURTH WIN IN FOUR RACES FOR MAX VERSTAPPEN IN KZ1. EXCELLENT THIRD PLACE FOR JORDON LENNOX-LAMB, AT HIS DEBUT POWERED BY A PARILLA ENGINE; JORRIT PEX PLACES FOURTH. JONATHAN THONON RECOVERS AS FAR AS TENTH. FELICE TIENE ACHIEVES SUCCESS IN KF.

Zuera (Spain). Satisfactory weekend for CRG, in Spain for the second round of the WSK Euro Series. The team was successful in both the top categories of the event of Zuera, KZ1 and KF. Max Verstappen (CRG-Tm) wins hands down for the fourth time: he stepped on the highest step of the podium in KZ1 together with his teammate Jordon Lennox-Lamb (CRG-Parilla), excellent third in Sunday's final and at his debut with a Parilla engine. Great success also for Felice Tiene in the KF final: on his CRG-Parilla for the second time, he immediately achieved success in a race which had all the characteristics of a world championship.

CRG DOMINATES IN KZ1. The Spanish weekend for CRG had started well since practice; then, the good impression got after practice was confirmed by the results of the first racing day and its KZ1 final, won by the quick Max Verstappen. The Dutch driver won again on Sunday, achieving an impressive winning streak of four victories in this WSK Euro Series edition after his full success in the last round of Muro Leccese. On the podium also a super Jordon Lennox-Lamb. When the light of the final turned green he had a bad start, but then he achieved the nth great recovery from the 10th position of the first lap to his final third position. His performance at the debut with a Parilla engine was really outstanding.

However, it must be pointed out that there were three CRG chassis in the first four positions of this KZ1 Spanish final, with the European champion Jorrit Pex (CRG-Tm) excellent fourth and as competitive as his teammates at the beginning of this championship.

It is a shame that, together with the top drivers, we don't find Jonathan Thonon (CRG-Maxter). He was the pole-man and the runner-up of the first final, right behind Verstappen. Unfortunately, at the start of the second heat on Sunday, the four-time world champion got hit from behind and dropped back to 16th slot on the starting grid of the final. He recovered as far as tenth and, anyway, he was among the major protagonists of the weekend. Davide Forè, on the other hand, closed his race a bit behind because of a three-second penalty he got after a contact with Ardigò.

With four victories out of four finals, Verstappen has a wide lead in the championship: 100 points over his nearest rival, Hanley. In the top ten also Jorrit Pex, third, Jordon Lennox-Lamb fifth, Jonathan Thonon eighth.

In KZ2, which hailed another Marco Zanchetta's success on Maranello-Tm, the private drivers on CRG in final 2 had several troubles. The best was the Polish Bartosz Idzkowski, 14th on CRG-Maxter of DTK team.

IN KF FELICE TIENE IN PEAK PHYSICAL FORM. In KF the 2012 world champion Felice Tiene held the stage and won a thrilling final, after his brilliant performance in the qualifying heats and in the pre-final, where he battled for victory until the end and got a final third place. In the final, Tiene, after keeping at bay his competitors at the beginning of the race, built up a wide gap and led the race with the same powerful way he used last year to win the world championship right on this track. And, this time, Tiene won on a CRG powered by a Parilla engine prepared by KVS, at its second performance of the year and already very competitive.

The victory in Zuera gives confidence and now there are great expectations for the rest of the season. For the time being, Felice Tiene, thanks to this result, is third in the championship, only 30 points behind the leader.

Also the other CRG drivers performed well, but in the final, mainly because of several contacts with their rivals, finished a bit behind: Zachary Claman DeMelo was 17th, Niclas Nylund 21st. Disappointment for the Spanish Alex Palou: after achieving a promising 10th place in the pre-final, he could not participate in the last race for a technical trouble. The two Japanese drivers Fuma Horio and Yuta Shiraishi did not manage to qualify.

In the KF Junior, among the private drivers on CRG, the best result was achieved by the American Devlin De Francesco, 13th in the final. The Finnish Niko Kari, on a LH chassis, placed 11th.


THE INTERVIEWS. Euan Jeffery, crg team manager: “In KZ1 we showed once again how our drivers are among the top protagonists of the weekend, thanks to the excellent performances not only of the official drivers but also of the private ones. Verstappen and his competitiveness were joined by the top performances of Lennox and Pex. Lennox achieved a great recovery, with an excellent debut for the Parilla engine. We are sorry for Thonon, because he stood a good chance for victory. In KF, Felice Tiene controlled a perfect race. He was as brilliant as in last year's World Championship, where he won. Great results also for the development carried out by KVS on the Parilla Engine after its first time in Muro Leccese. Alex Palou could have been another protagonist, but a technical trouble at the start prevented him from taking part in the final. Good performance for all the other CRG drivers in KF."

Max Verstappen (KZ1): “This weekend for me was hard if compared to the one in La Conca. we were all very close. After my victory in final 1, in final 2 I had a bad start, but then I passed Hanley and built up a good gap which allowed me to control the race. Now I have a 100-point lead in the championship: this makes me think I stand a good chance to win the WSK Euro Series.”

Felice Tiene (KF): "I was almost more satisfied for this victory in Zuera than for my world champion title. After the technical trouble we had with the engine during the first race in Muro Lecese, the KVS technicians managed to do a great job in a very short time and allowed me to race at the top and to battle for victory. There is still something missing to get to the top, but KVS progress is really remarkable. That's why I'm happy and confident both for the European and World championships."

Jordon Lennox-Lamb (KZ1): “The start in KZ has never been my strong point. I need to improve it, also because I could have achieved a better result if I had started regularly from my slot in second row. Anyway, I'm happy for my competitiveness in the race: this Parilla engine was immediately satisfactory. There is still something which needs to be fixed, especially the carburettor, but on the whole it is a great engine and we are ready for the European championship."

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IN THE FIRST FINAL ON SATURDAY, ANOTHER WIN FOR MAX VERSTAPPEN AND GREAT PERFORMANCE FOR JONATHAN THONON WHO CLINCHES THE POLE POSITION AND THEN PLACES SECOND. ALSO ALEX PALOU AND FELICE TIENE, WHO WINS TWO HEATS IN KF, BEHAVE WELL. ON SUNDAY MORNING QUALIFYING HEATS FINISH THEN, IN THE AFTERNOON, THE FINAL PHASE.

Zuera (Spain). CRG has immediately showed what is capable of in Spain, on the International circuit of Zuera for the second round of the WSK Euro series. In KZ1 Max "the legend" Verstappen (CRG-Tm) was not the only CRG driver to put in the usual terrific performance: this time also Jonathan Thonon (CRG-Maxter) and Jordon Lennox (CRG-Parilla) joined in. They gave excellent performance during qualifying, in the heats and, above all, in Saturday's final.

IN KZ1 VERSTAPPEN-THONON FIRST AND SECOND. After Verstappen's predominance during free practice, it was an outstanding Jonathan Thonon who clinched the pole position in qualifying. Then, on Saturday's heats, the two CRG drivers won in both of them: Verstappen in heat-1 and Thonon in heat-2, while Lennox - powered by the new Parilla engine - took centre stage in the Final, where the driver achieved a remarkable recovery from the 24th position (because of two accidents in the two heats) to the seventh. He even set the fastest lap of the race.
Verstappen, too, did a great recovery in the Final: from tenth (for a clutch issue in the second heat) to second behind the winner, Ardigo', with Thonon third and absolutely happy for his comeback among KZ1 top drivers.

The real surprise of the race arrived at the end, when Ardigò got disqualified for a technical irregularity. So, Verstappen gained his third win in the WSK Euro Series and widened his lead over his rivals in the championship standings; Thonon was the runner-up, a great result for his morale too. Lennox was sixth.
Some technical troubles for Jorrit Pex (CRG-Tm) and Davide Forè (CRG-Maxter), as well as for Fabian Federer (CRG-Modena), even though the three drivers count on Sunday's Final to get what they deserve.
In KZ2, with Marco Zanchetta (Maranello-Tm) winner, the best CRG private driver was the Spanish Luis Gonzales (CRG-Modena), ninth.

FELICE TIENE AT THE TOP IN KF. Excellent news for CRG also from Saturday's KF heats, with Felice Tiene (CRG-Parilla), in the picture above, playing a leading role once again thanks to his two wins and a third place in the three heats. The same can be said about Alex Palou with his two eighth places and a fifth. Among the LH Racing drivers, special mention for Pedro Hiltbrand Aguilar, third in one of the heats. Qualifying heats continue on Sunday Morning. For the other four CRG drivers - Niclas Nylund, Fuma Horio, Zachary Claman DeMelo and Yuta Shiraishi - we need to wait for the final results of the heats to see which position they will have in the final phase.

PROGRAMME. Sunday 24th March. Warm-up from 8.10; Qualifying heats from 9.30; Pre-final KFJ 12.10; Pre-final KF 14.00; Final-2 KZ2 14.30; Final KFJ 15.00; Final-2 KZ1 15.30; Final KF 16.00.

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NEXT APPOINTMENTS. The forthcoming appointments of the WSK Euro Series:
21st April 2013 Napoli International Circuit, Sarno (I),
2nd June 2013 Genk International Circuit (B).

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