The World Cup in KZ1 and KZ2 is contested on the Napoli International Circuit (Italy) and sees the triumph of Praga Kart colours with Bas Lammers’ victory in KZ1.
Sarno, Italy. Bas Lammers wins the 2012 World Cup in KZ1, for the second time in his career, crowning a weekend in constant progression: 10th after the qualifyings (5th in his session), in the heats he closes 4th overall (twice 2nd and 4th) and, after 3rd place in the Pre-final with best lap on track , in the Final he conquers the lead in just 8 laps and collects his victory. The Praga team thus takes home its first world title, just a year after its launch. Further proof of the high-level performance of the material also comes with private driver Alessandro Giulietti, who is always up front at the wheel of a Praga Kart: 5th in qualifyings and 10th after the heats, he confirms himself in the top 10 (8th) again in both finals. Still in KZ1, the official team collects a great result also with Patrick Hajek: in the lead in the heats (4th, 2nd, 3rd) and almost on the podium (5th) in the Pre-final, he finishes with a fantastic 6th place in the Final.
The Praga team is also protagonist in KZ2 with Adam Janous, who grows race after race: 23rd after the heats (4th in one), in the Final he starts 20th and climbs up fast to close a step from the top 10 (12th).
Praga Kart proves, once again, the quality of its products and its winning nature.