KZ Finale lives up to expectations. Pex crowned, Ardigò spectacular

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Ardigò comes back on the Crg duo in the last lap. Pex moves past De Conto who then has a coming together with a superb Ardigò, who has to settle for 3rd but it's later penalized. Kozlinski inherits the podium.

The Final of the World Championship is a race of the ages, thanks to Tony Kart driver Ardigò, author of a supreme comeback with fastest laptimes one after the other. After a good start from 10th to 6th, and a first part of the race where he has to ged rid of Kozlinski and Hanley, in about 10 laps the reigning world champion bridges the 2" gap he has on the Crg duo. What a race! Kozlinski had managed to get in the lead after the start, but the Crg duo soon moves past. Then Hanley has to give in to Ardigò who already showed how fast he was. So what if he started further up on the grid... No one expected the Italian to be able to challenge the Crg duo, and yet Ardigò shaved the gap, tenth after tenth managing to be all over the Crg duo with a handful of laps to go. Pex could only move past his teammate De Conto, who had lost a bit of pace in the last few laps. Ardigò tries to take advantage getting side by side with De Conto, who resists and two come together with Ardigò having to settle for the final step of the podium.
Post race, Ardigò gets a 10" penalty for a front bumper issue allowing French Sodikart driver Kozlinski to jump on the podium.


Created by: - 13/09/15

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