FIA World, Lonato: Kremers (KZ), Denner (KZ2) and Siksnelis (Academy) the new Champions

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FIA World, Lonato - KZ / KZ2 and Academy Trophy: Kremers, Denner and Siksnelis the new 2019 Champions.

On the Lonato circuit, Emilien Denner (KZ2), Marjin Kremers (KZ) and Kajus Siksnelis (Academy Trophy) graduated as Champions at the height of spectacular races.

In KZ2 Emilien Denner (Cpb Sport) wins and convinces, demonstrating throughout the weekend that he definitely has a very competitive pace. There was nothing the other title contenders could do against him, first of all David Vidales (Tony Kart Racing team), who after a not brilliant start, strung together a series of fast laps and climbed to the second position. On the third step of the podium Emil Skaras (Energy Corse), which confirms his excellent form after winning the European championship. Italians Giacomo Pollini (NGM Motorsport), Simone Cunati (Modena Kart) and Giuseppe Palomba (Birel Art) followed, respectively at the finish line in fourth, sixth and tenth place.

In KZ an unstoppable Marjin Kremers (Birel Art) graduated world champion by imposing an impressive pace from the first laps. To complete the one-two in Birel Art was Riccardo Longhi in great form, demonstrating how the boys in red have found the right balance. Bronze medal to Bas Lammers (Sodi Kart), protagonist of an angry ascent from ninth at the start, participating in an extremely intense fight with Paolo De Conto (CRG), Matteo Viganò (Tony Kart Racing Team) and Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart Racing Team), under the checkered flag respectively in fifth, sixth and seventh position. Alex Irlando (Birel Art) upset, blatantly out of contention on the warm up lap due to a technical problem.

Cristian Ho triumphs in the Academy Trophy with a gap of over six seconds over the pair formed by Kajus Siksnelis and Maxwell Dodds, completing the podium in second and third place respectively.
Siksnelis graduated champion, thus confirming his excellent form in this second part of the season, taking home the podium with a race without errors. The favorites for the title lagged behind,with Dutch driver Robert de Haan and Paolo Ferrari under the checkered flag respectively sixth and twelfth.

Credits: FM Images

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