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WSK Master Series Round 1, La Conca report: First round with the sign +

The first racing weekend of the season in WSK are with the + sign for the Top Kart Racing Team. The army of the ‘blues’ is in fact quite distinct in almost all categories, top in the 60 Mini and good in KF2, KF3, KZ1 and KZ2.

In detail, are undoubtedly highlighted the podiums of the british James Pull and the romanian Andrei Vajda in the 60 Mini. Well even Mizevych, De Francesco and “Alex” that had closed in the top ten, and Marseglia and Negro who won the points.

Good job also for Kevin Lavelli and Alex Guazzaroni in KF2, that came in eighth and twelfth place respectively, still showing good numbers for the entire weekend. Not qualified for the finals, however, Santilli, Pipino and Gradellini, this victim of a spectacular crash, fortunately without serious consequences.

Nice job also from Simone Cunati (10° in the KF3 Final); so and so the debut of Marcu Dionysios that, after having won everything last season in the 60 Mini, finished in 24th position his first race in the KF3 of WSK. Unqualified unfortunately Alessandro Stura, who will still have a way to make up as early as next weekend in Sarno.

In KZ1 two middle positions for Sauro Cesetti (15 ° and 14 th place respectively in the race 1 and race 2), author, however, a great job of testing in preparation for upcoming appointments.

Good debut also for Michele Beccaria in KZ2, in qualifying and in the heats, but in the finals the short of experience in the class with the change has prevailed.

The next round of ‘blues’ of Top Kart Racing Team is scheduled between 15 and 18 March next on the International Circuit of Sarno, Naples, which will host the second round of the WSK Master Series.

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In KZ1 due posizioni di rincalzo per Sauro Cesetti (15° e 14° posto rispettivamente in Finale 1 e Finale 2), autore comunque di un gran lavoro di collaudo in vista dei prossimi appuntamenti.

Non male l’esordio di Michele Beccaria in KZ2, capace di distinguersi senza erroti nelle qualifiche e nelle manches, per poi alzare bandiera bianca perché chiaramente a corto d’esperienza nella classe col cambio.

Il prossimo appuntamento dei ‘blues’ del Top Kart Racing Team è programmato fra il 15 e il 18 marzo prossimi sul circuito internazionale Napoli di Sarno, che sarà teatro della seconda prova della WSK Master Series.

Nella foto (credits Cunaphoto), il box del Top Kart Racing Team

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