WSK Super Master Series, Lonato - Qualifying

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The race weekend restarts from the time trial fight. Absolute pole positions for Irlando (KZ), Trulli (OK), Badoer (OKJ) and Kastelic (60 Mini).

Lonato qualifying opens the second Super Master Series weekend and welcomes the new KZ2 season.

KZ2 - Birel always on top
Birel Art continues its positive streak by replicating what was seen seven days ago during the Winter Cup. At the end of qualifying it is still 1-2 for the Lissone-based team with Alex Irlando and Riccardo Longhi respectively in front for groups A and B, best lap by Irlando in 45.589 seconds. Third absolute time for the protagonist of the last race of 2019, Dougas Lundberg (Novalux), ahead for group C. Last two group pole positions assigned to the 2018 Italian Champion Giacomo Pollini (NGM Motorsport) at the first round of the season, top five for the third Birel Art driver, Matthew Payne. Illustrious second positions for Puhakka (Tony Kart) in group B and Palomba (Birel Art) in group E. First two heats during the day.

OK – Trulli, what a show
With a frenzied lap, Enzo Trulli (KR) takes home the absolute pole position for the Senior class. The Italian recorded a good 46.616, valid for the pole position of group A and first in the Kart Republic army. Behind the poleman, brand mate Andrea Kimi Antonelli (KR) replies, at the top of group B and in front of a new-found Rafael Camara (Forza Racing). The British team also smiles thanks to Dilano Van T'Hoff, always at the top in this start with the pole of the group D. Last pole by the reigning World Champion and first of Tony Kart drivers, Lorenzo Travisanutto for group E. In second place for their respective groups, a resurgent Taylor Barnard (Rosberg Racing), Nikita Bedrin (Ward Racing), Theo Wernesson (TK Racing) and Tony Kart duo, Joseph Turney - Pedro Hiltbrand.

OKJ – KR Triplet, Badoer commands
Brando Badoer (KR) continues to demonstrate the excellent state of form in the first races of 2020. The Italian grabs pole with his 47.857 on the stopwatch, putting himself in front in group A. Behind him, as mentioned, big haul for KR which brings home pole for group B with a good Igor Cepil, for group C Arvid Lindblad. Last three poles assigned to Akshay Bohra (TB Racing) for group D, Karol Pasiewicz (Tony Kart) in group E, and Tymoteusz Kucharczyk (Birel Art) in group F. Important second positions for Severiukhin (Ward Racing), Ho (Sauber Karting Team), Dedecker (KR), Bertuca (Birel Art) and Giltaire (Sodikart).

60 Mini - Kastelic displaces the Russians
The class of the youngest drivers changes nationality, at least in part. With the best lap scored in 52.928, Slovenian Mark Kastelic (Team Driver) snatches the headlines on Friday afternoon in Lonato. In second and third place follow Luka Savu (Gulstar Racing) and Antonio Apicella, first of the Italians, respectively in groups B and C. Remaining three poles for Jan Przyrowsky (AV Racing), James Egozi (Tony Kart) and Shimo Zhang (Parolin) .

Updates will follow over the weekend.

Credits: FM Images

Created by: scorradengo - 21/02/20

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