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The sun shines bright on the Margutti

The sun shines bright on the Margutti
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The final stages of the 24th Margutti Trophy is going to take place under a beautiful sun, with typical springtime temperatures. The good conditions of the circuit after the second chance heats will certainly allow for very exciting, spectacular races, as it’s always been at the Margutti.
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The front row features the most likely winners in all categories, starting with Martinez and Cicognini in 60 Mini, Norris and Sitnikov in KFJ; Boccolacci and Kodric in KF; Habulin and Giulietti in the queen class. But more protagonists might join in the duels, and the prefinals will show even more everyone’s potential. Among the Italians in KZ2, besides Giulietti, we should mention Pollini and Bonetti, both very fast in the qualifying heats, as well as Dante and Tilloca who might join in with a surprising performance. In Mini, having said about Cicognini, Abrusci from row 2 start, Cobellini and Marseglia also deserve a mention. In KFJ, the Italian bunch is led by Tommaso Mosca, with Alessio Lorandi halfway down the field. In KF, Marco Moretti might sneak in the fight for the final win, just like De Marco and Luca Corberi, who starts from row four.

Scheduled at 1.40 pm, 60 Mini is the first prefinal to hit the grids on a 10-lap race distance. KFJ, KF and KZ2 – all scheduled on a 20-lap race distance – will follow in this order. The first final will see the green lights at 3.15 pm.

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