WSK Super Master Series - Heats

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The second day of the Super Master Series ends with heats program now completed.

OKJ - Lindlbad tries again
After the Champions Cup, Arvid Lindblad (KR) is still the man to beat in Junior. An almost wide-open path for the Brit, again in front for tomorrow's pre-final A, thanks to three wins and a fourth place, totally irrelevant to get pole. Behind Lindblad is Karol Pasiewicz (Tony Kart), with grid number one for pre-final B with a win, two seconds and a fourth place. Second position in group A for Alfio Spina (KR), already a winner seven days ago and, like Lindblad, one to watch for Sunday. The Sicilian improves qualification with a victory, a second, a third and a fourth place. Group B second position to Tymoteusz Kucharczyk (Birel Art) with three second places, a fourth place and a win. Good progressions from Ho (Sauber Karting Team), Severiukhin (Ward Racing), Ugochukwu (RFM), Bohra (TB Racing), Bertuca (Birel Art) and Badoer (KR), all currently in the top ten.

OK - Smal sets sights on weekend
Showing great pace, Kirill Smal (Energy) is the favourite for tomorrow's pre-final, given his four wins out of four heats. The Russian errs none and tries to take revenge on last week's result. In second place overall, and therefore group B pole man, the excellent Joe Turney (Tony Kart), immediately competitive at the first seasonal appointment for the Prevalle-based team, with two wins and two third places for the British driver. Third and fourth position in the hands of the positive Enzo Trulli (KR), immediately competitive in the new category, achieving three second places; same goes for Andrea Kimi Antonelli (KR), who returned from his recent physical setback, author of two second places and a victory in addition to the final sixth place. The two Italians will be in P2 in prefinals A and B.

60 Mini - Russian Trio?
The class of the youngest drivers again features Russia with the virtual hat-trick led by German Fotveev (Energy) with a victory, two thirds and a fifth place. Second and third place overall in the hands of the poleman in pre-final B, namely Anatholy Khavalkin (Parolin), and by Gerasim Skulanov (Formula K). Jan Przyrowsky (AV Racing) from Poland completes the first four positions. Stay tuned tomorrow with pre-finals and category finals.

Credits: Mario Perrucca

Created by: scorradengo - 01/02/20

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