The World Circuit La Conca in Muro Leccese (I) is ready to host the 3rd round of the WSK Super Master Series from 16th to 19th March. The drivers of 60Mini, OKJ, OK and KZ2 are eager to get on track to challenge each other. The final phase live in streaming on wsk.it on Sunday 19th March.
The WSK Super Master Series at its halfway mark.
Drivers, manufacturers and teams taking part in the WSK events are heading south, towards Muro Leccese (near Lecce, Italy) for the second half of the season, which is starting next week. From 16th to 19th March, the most outstanding representatives of international Karting will be at the World Circuit La Conca for the third round of the WSK Super Master Series, which is achieving a good success thanks to an average number of 250 scrutineered participants recorded in the rounds of Adria (RO) and Castelletto di Branduzzo (PV). After the rain and the low temperature of the first two appointments, the setup of karts will need some adjustment in Muro Leccese, given that next week’s forecasts say it will be sunny and warm in South Italy.
WSK drivers ready for the final sprint.
On the 1250 metres of the Italian track, with one month to go before the final sprint scheduled in Sarno (Salerno), the standings are going to change dramatically, also thanks the incremental scoring system which awards a larger amount of points round after round, as provided by the 2017 regulations. The 3rd round of the season will be hosted by the circuit where the activity of WSK Promotion started in 2006. The final phase of the event on Sunday 19th March will be aired live in streaming on the official channel wsk.it. Broadcast will start with the Prefinals and will finish with the podium ceremony in the afternoon.
The new leaders of WSK standings.
Free practice on Thursday 16th, qualifying on Friday 17th followed by the heats which will continue until Saturday 18th and, finally, the last stage on Sunday 19th. In La Conca, too, there are going to be lots of unmissable moments, as it happened in the two previous WSK events. Just think about the KZ2, where the Dutch Bas Lammers took the leadership over from the French Anthony Abbasse (both on Sodi-TM-Bridgestone), and with the French Jeremy Iglesias (Formula K-TM) and the Italian Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart-Vortex) behind them with the same score. Similar situation in the OK, where the British Clement Novalak (Tony Kart-Vortex-Bridgestone) overtook the Belgian Ulysse De Pauw (Kosmic-Parilla) and the Italian Lorenzo Travisanutto (Zanardi-Parilla). In OKJ, the Italian Andrea Rosso (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega), is still the leader over the Australian Jack Doohan (FA Kart-Vortex) and the Russian Pavel Bulantsev (Tony Kart-Vortex). The 60 Mini, too, has been very eventful so far: the Italian Andrea Antonelli (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega) is the leader ahead of the Russian Nikita Bedrin (Tony Kart-TM) and the Italian Alfio Spina (CRG-TM).