At Kristianstad they will fight for the CIK-FIA European Championship for OK and KZ2.
Championship for OK and KZ2 categories. In the direct drive category, we have three drivers with good chances succeed, Hiltbrand, Vidales and Novalak. In KZ2 class, Viganò is candidate for the title.
OK. We are now close to the last European event (5th rnd) of OK class, in the wake of the excellent performance obtained just one week ago in Finland. Pedro Hiltbrand is second in the standings, only 8 points from the leader, and is followed by our other driver, David Vidales, also with plenty of chances to win the title. Let's not forget Clément Novalak, slightly further in the standings than Pedro and David, but eighth and not cut off from a possible significant result.
KZ2. Also in the shifter category, KZ2, our chances of success are high. Matteo Viganò is fourth in the overall standings, with only five points from the top driver. That's why the Kristianstad round is extremely challenging and thrilling even in KZ2. For Alessio Piccini and Jean Luyet the Swedish race is an opportunity to be well represented and to collect good points to climb the overall standings.
KZ1. The Racing Team's defense in KZ1 will still be entrusted to Luca Corberi, alone. Unfortunately, Marco Ardigò, due to the injuries of the accident, still requires rest.
OKJ. Our emerging young drivers, Viktor Gustafsson and Andrea Rosso, will be looking for a top-level performance, which is likely to them, to boost their overall ranking.