WSK Euro Series, Sarno - Qualifying

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Once the Super Master Series has been archived, it is the Euro Series that animates the weekend of international karting on the Sarno track.

The 2020 season has resumed at full speed with the second post-quarantine race, or rather third considering the demanding double weekend of Adria. The WSK Euro Series starts again from the Naples International Circuit of Sarno, the future scenario of the awaited FIA European Championship.

The qualifications of the four categories present issued the first verdicts, shuffling the cards on the table.

KZ2 - Renaudin first, Viganò immediately behind
On Friday of KZ2, it is the Frenchman Adrien Renaudin (Sodi) who maximizes the result obtaining a good absolute pole position in 55.389. The European KZ2 Champion once again demonstrates that he can make the difference in Sarno but with an eye behind him and with the marking of Matteo Viganò (Charles Leclerc). The Italian, already protagonist in that of Adria, continues with his good moment of form placing himself just + 0.034sec from the opponent and preceding the brand mate Giuseppe Palomba (Birel Art), a great expectation on the home track. Top five momentary for Riccardo Longhi (Birel Art) and Viktor Gustafsson (Charles Leclerc).

OK - CL16 on pole with Oliver Gray
The Charles Leclerc brand continues its ride also in Senior with the great qualification of the British new entry, Oliver Gray. The British driver stopped the clock on 56.520 valid as best overall performance and in group A. Second position for the first of the Italians, Andrea Kimi Antonelli with the primacy of group B, third and pole man of the grouping C Taylor Barnard (Rosberg Racing) . Two other group pole positions assigned to the returning Juho Valtanen (Pantano Team) and Clayton Ravenscroft (Birel Art). Second thick positions for Trulli, Coluccio (Kosmic) and Camara (Forza Racing).

OKJ - Badoer still in pole position
Excellent feeling with the pole position on Friday for Brando Badoer who proves to be really lethal on the dry lap given the previous week's previous laps. The Italian sets the bar on 57.765 unattainable for competition and valid as group A pole. Second and third time for Igor Cepil and Tymoteusz Kucharczyk (Birel Art), the last two group pole positions assigned to Powell (Energy) and Spina.

60 Mini - Egozi gets the first position
The 60 Mini changes masters at least for qualifying on Friday with the American James Egozi (Tony Kart) in absolute pole position thanks to the good lap in 1.05.751. A little further back the Polish Maciej Gladysz (Parolin) in second place but leader of group B, third Lenn Nijs (Team Driver). Top five sanctioned by Francesco Amendola (Revolution) first of the Italians and Marcus Seater (Revolution).

Run program already started and expected for the whole day of tomorrow Saturday 11 July.

Credits: WSK newsletter (Sportinphoto)

Created by: scorradengo - 10/07/20

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