The SuperNationals 21 comes to an end: 10 hard fought final races lit the SuperSunday.
KZ- Paolo De Conto (CRG-TM) never ceases to amaze. The Italian pulls away and triumphs after yet another incredible race. Started on grid four, the reigning KZ world champion gets the better of BirelART Mrjin Kremers (BirelART-TM) firstly and then he ovetakes Anthony Abbasse (Sodikart-TM) and Jeremy Iglesias (Praga-TM) with a double overtaking. A lonely ride completed by the fastest lap. Iglesias, one of the fastest during all the weekend, finshes seconda head of his fellow countryman Iglesias. Sodikart takes home also the fourth and fifth places thanks to Bas Lammers (Sodikart-TM) and Alex Irlando (Sodikart-TM): the latter started on grid 12 and is protagonist of an amazing comeback. Kremers finishes sixth followed by Daniel Bray (GP-Split Second Race) and Mathias Ramirez (BirelArt-SRP), protagonist of 21 overtaking! Drysdale (GP-Split) and Loeskow (Ricciardo-PSL) round out the top ten.
S1 – Billy Musgrave (Aluminos-Honda) takes home the win ahead of Jake French (Sodikart-Swedetech) and Gary Carlton (Formula K-Swedetech).
S2 – Jason Pettit (Aluminos-Honda) dominates also the main event. Laurent Marchandise (CRG-Swedetech) is second followed by Daley (DR-Fisher), Dickinson (Sodi-Fisher) and Van Der Steur (FA-CPI).
S4 – Ryan Kinnear (Intrepid-Honda) is protagonist of a flag-to-flag win ahead of Sodikart’s Jason Faint (Sodi-Fischer) and Terry Lawrence (CKR-Honda). Musser (BirelArt-Fisher) and Mcneil (CRG-Swedetech) round out the top five.
S4 SM – Pole, win and fastest lap for Mike Jones (Sodikart-Honda) Moulton (Tony Kart-Honda) is forced to settle for second ahead of John Crown (Aluminos-Honda). Fourth Marks (CRG-Swedetech), fifth Fireston (DR-Swedetech).
X30 Junior – A fierce battle won by the polesitter Jak Crawdford (Tony Kart-IAME) who outperforms Broc Feeney (Kosmic-WRE) by only 0.040 seconds! Third place for Jeremy Fairbairn (Tony Kart-Team Koene). Amazing comeback by Dylan Tavella (Tony Kart-ERW): fastest lap and 15 overtakings to grab fourth in the main event ahead of Sebastian Montoya (Tony Kart-WRE).
X30 Senior – Amazing race by Lorenzo Travisanutto (KRepublic-IAME), who gives Dino Chiesa the first win for the newly born Kart Republic, but he gets a penalty for incorrect starting procedure. The win goes to Joshua Car (Compkart-P1) ahead of the former F.3 driver Ben Barnicoat (Fullerton/Tru Tech Racing Engines) and Callum Bradshaw (CRG-WRE). Italian Travisanutto slips to fourth, while the reigning world champion Danny Keirle finishes ninth.
X30 Master - Kris Walton (Compkart-J3), dominates from the pole position to the chequered flag. Runner up position for Foster (Praga-Kart Force) who finishes ahead of Lopes (Kosmic-WRE). Johnson (Tony Kart/WRE) and Nienkotter (Compkart-WRE) complete the top five.
Micro Swift – Vinnie Phillips (Benik-IAME) wins from grid 9. Second place for Miguel Costa (Benik/WRE) and third place for Christian Miles (Formula K-Comet) who started on grid 16th. Brandon Carr (Benik-WRE) and Caleb Gafrarar (Parolin-WRE) are fourth and fifth.
Mini Swift – 2017 Rok Cup International Finals winner Connor Zilisch (Energy-ARE) strikes again and wins ahead of Colombian Diego Cotecha (Tony Kart-IAME) and Santiago Trisini (Benik-WRE). Fletcher (Tony Kart-OGP) and Figueiredo (Kart Mini-WRE) are in the top five.