The second round of the WSK Master Series took place on the Circuito Internazionale Napoli, in Sarno (Italy). Praga Kart was present with 2 drivers in KZ1 and 2 drivers in KF2 and went home with a great podium.
In KZ1, Bas Lammers conquers the 3rd podium in Final 2, crowning a weekend raced on top. In Saturday’s heats he closes 3rd absolute (7th and 3rd) and in the Final, despite 3rd best lap, he’s 4th. No problem: with his performance, he’s just steps from the podium. On Sunday, he’s 6th overall in the heats and in Final 2 he finally goes all out and, one fast lap after another, closes 3rd on the podium. He’s now 5th in the genral standings, fighting with the best.
Also racing in KZ1, Hajek does well, despite some difficulties. He starts out really strong (qualifies 2nd) and on Saturday, after an unlucky first heat, in the second he recovers and, with 3rd best lap, places 10th, repeating in Final 1. On Sunday, he again qualifies 2nd fastest and, after tough heats, fights and ends 10th. Too bad, but in the general standings he’s 11th.
Praga also stars in KF2 with Karol Dabski and Libor Toman. The first, at his debut in international races, grows with each race: 26th after the heats, he rovers big time in Final 2 and ends 11th; the other does well in prefinal (14th) , then is unlucky.
The Praga Kart team proves once again it is competitive and ready for the last round of the WSK Master Series in Castelletto di Branduzzo (Pavia, Italy).