Ready for the decisive round of the WSK Open Cup

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The Tony Kart Racing Team gets on the Sette Laghi Circuit fighting for the OKJ and OK WSK Open Cup Titles.

This weekend, the WSK Open Cup race will take place from 7th to 10th November at the Sette Laghi Circuit in Castelletto di Branduzzo(Italy). The Tony Kart Racing Team is approaching this event, after the excellent performances shown by the Tony Kart Racer 401 R powered by Vortex in the previous appointment in Lonato.

In the running for the OK Title, our standard bearer Joseph Turney will do everything to confirm the speed shown in the first Round raced in Lonato and stay in top positions: the Englishman, we are sure, has the right stuff to try to be at the top of the rating.

Also Pedro Hiltbrand, thanks to his constancy, aims at a prestigious result. His performance, back to Tony Kart, was great as well as the one carried out by Lorenzo Travisanutto, who will have the chance to recover this weekend, after his first appointment of the WSK Open Cup.

Together with this trio, also the debutant Josep Maria Martì, who, on a track where the WSK races are going to be run for the first time in this season, will have the chance to be more familiar with the category after his great performance in Lonato.

In OKJ, Nikita Bedrin is now third in the rating, very close to the second: such situation does not suit him considering the high-level performance shown in the last appointment, where he was one of the main protagonists. With any luck, also Nikita will be able to fight for the category Title.

For Aiden Neate and Harley Keeble, the stage in Castelletto di Branduzzo will be a further opportunity to compete against an international-level line up and go on with their growth.

In the second round of the WSK Open Cup, also the 60 Mini drivers will be back on track. James Egozi, Jimmy Helias, Jules Caranta will try to be protagonists throughout the weekend at the wheel of the Tony Kart Mini Rookie EV, as well as our newcomer Filippo Parmeggiani.

Moreover, in Castelletto, Tony Kart reconfirms his commitment in training young drivers with the debutant Kean Nakamura Berta, one of the most interesting talents of the British Kart Championship, who crowned his season with the Mini X30 title of IAME International Finals. For Kean, this will only be the second race outside the UK, in a completely new context for him.

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