WSK Champions Cup - Qualifying

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The first qualifying sessions of the year have just ended on the Adria kart track. Absolute pole positions for Antonelli (OK), Badoer (OKJ) and Gladysz (60 Mini).

Tight fight against the stopwatch and great curiosity for the new protagonists, these the ingredients of the first official WSK event.

60 Mini - Gladysz among the greats
With the excellent qualification closed in 54,494, Polish driver Maciej Gladysz (Parolin) snatches the Friday headlines by winning the first box for group A. Behind the Pole, the other four group pole positions attributed to Khavalkin (Parolin), Lammers (Baby Race), Matveev (Energy) and Przyrowsky (AV Racing), respectively for groups B, C, D, and E. First two successes in the heats program for Nakamura and Matveev.



OKJ – Badoer, good first outing
In Junior, Antonelli passes the baton to his brand-mate, Brando Badoer. Important pole position for Badoer with the best time in 49.697, useful for winning the group pole. Behind him starts the Birel Art adventure for Kucharczyk, competitive with the second-best time and pole of group B. The Swedish Ward Racing driver closes the virtual podium, namely Severiukhin in front of the other familiar surname, Emmo Fittipaldi Jr (KR ). Last pole position for Del Pino (LLK), ahead in the E Group. Wins in the first two direct fights for Lindblad and Trentin.



OK – Antonelli, fearless
New year, but again the man to beat: Andrea Kimi Antonelli. Passed into Senior, Antonelli has not lost his speed and scored the year's first pole with 48.643. Behind the Italian, group B pole in the hands of Taylor Barnard (Rosberg Racing), also fierce as the new face Ward Racing, Nikita Bedrin on pole for group C. Last pole in the hands of veteran Cristian Comanducci, always in top shape in Adria. First two heats won by Antonelli and Ten Brinke.

See you tomorrow with the full program of direct matches.

S.Corradengo
Credits: Mario Perrucca

Created by: scorradengo - 24/01/20

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