179 drivers to be present in Lonato for the 43rd. Trofeo delle Industrie, race scheduled from 7 to 9 November with a lot of international protagonists in the 4 categories of the event organized by Parma Karting.
Entry lists have been defined ahead of the 43rd Trofeo delle Industrie, with 179 drivers making it to the track in the 4 categories KZ2, KF, KF Junior and 60 Mini. A lot of international protagonists present at the start of the race organized, as always, by Parma Karting to take place at South Garda karting of Lonato.
The 43rd. Edition of the Trofeo delle Industrie records a positive growth in the size of entry lists and will feature drivers coming from 29 countries. Alongside Italy, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Croatia, Denmark, England, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Japan, Malaysia, Holland, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United States and Venezuela will be represented at the race.
A total of 44 drivers will take part in 60 Mini, 54 in KF Junior, 27 in KF and 54 in KZ2. Among the foreign countries, Russia is going to be the most highly represented one with 22 entered drivers, while Baby Race is the team with the highest number of racers on track.
KZ2. The five times world champion and winner of the latest edition of the Trofeo delle Industrie Davide Forè, on CRG-Tm, will be present in KZ2 and will have to face other top drivers of the likes of Marco Zanchetta (Maranello-Tm), Luca Tilloca (Intrepid-Tm), the Finn Henri Kokko (CRG-Parilla), the German Maik Siebecke (CRG-Modena), as well as of other strong drivers ready to emerge like Enrico Bernardotto (Maranello-Tm), Massimo Dante (Maranello-Tm), the Spaniard Miquel Molina (CRG-Modena), Lorenzo Lapina (Intrepid-Modena), the Venezuelan Sidney Gomez (CRG-Maxter), Giacomo Pollini (CKR-Tm), the Belgian Martijn Van Leeuwen (Zanardi-Parilla) who is at the debut in KZ2 after the fifth place in the KF World Championship and the ninth in the European Championship, Alberto Cavalieri (GP-Modena), and many more like the Slovakian Martin Konopka (CRG-Tm).
Friday 7 November: Free Practice from 8 to 16.40; Sporting scrutineering from 12.30.
Saturday 8 November: Free Practice at 8.15; Qualifying at 9.45; Qualifying heats at 12.20.
Sunday 9 November: Warm-up at 8.30; Repechage at 11.00; Prefinal KF 11.50; Prefinal 60 Mini at 13; Prefinal KFJ at 13.25; Prefinal KZ2 at 13.50; Final KF at 14.15; Final 60 Mini at 14.45; Final KFJ at 15.00; Final KZ2 at 15,25; Prize Ceremony at 17.00.