Anthony Abbasse backs on track after the injury and takes home the pole position. Riccardo Longhi is the fastest in KZ2.
Anthony Abbasse (Sodikart-TM) is back and challenges his colleagues by posting the fastest lap in qualifying, just like in the fairy tales. Slightly less than a tenth of second faster than BirelART standard bearer Marjin Kremers (BirelART-TM) and 2016 KZ2 European Champion Fabian Federer (CRG-TM).
Englishman Jordon Lennox-Lamb (Tony Kart-Vortex) is in fourth and he is the first of Robazzi's drivers at his comeback in karting: "I tested with the other guys some weeks ago and I was fast, so Robazzi asked me to race the World Championship in KZ. I'm really happy to be here with this team, but it's just a spot race: I'm working to prepare the Fusion Motosport team for the World Championship in PFI. We have a strong squad in OK, while we have to improve in OK Junior if we want to be part of the fight for the win."
The reigning world champion Paolo De Conto (CRG-TM) is only in 14th, immediately behind Jorrit Pex (CRG-TM) and Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart-Vortex).
BirelART's Riccardo Longhi (BirelART-TM) posts the fastest laptime and grabs the pole position. Second position for the local driver Daniel Stell (Mach1-TM) ahead of Ariel Levi (Sodikart-TM).
Alex Irlando (Sodikart-TM) posts the fourth time, but he gets a penalty for a too loud exhaust and slips to seventh. The fourth position goes to Benjamin Persson (CRG-TM) ahead of Simone Cunati (Top Kart-Parilla) and Francesco Celenta (Praga-TM).