WSK Euro Series, Sarno - Heats

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The Sarno Saturday ends with the usual big fight of direct clashes for all the categories present.

Hot asphalt and  heat, as always, characterize the weekend of Sarno branded WSK Euro Series. Heats program completed by the four categories, now projected to tomorrow morning's prefinals.

KZ2 - Puhakka doesn't stop
Finnish Finn Tony Kart never stops. After the double triumph and subsequent Super Master Series title just 7 days ago, Puhakka also mortgages the pre-final of the premier class at the Euro Series. A victory surrounded by a fourth and second place are sufficient to guarantee pole position to the Finnish driver who precedes Riccardo Longhi (Birel Art) and Giuseppe Palomba (Birel Art). The hardened duo Birel is preparing for the showdown after a nice positive trend shown, the same speech for Adrien Renaudin (Sodi Kart) and Alex Irlando (Birel Art) in absolute top five. Matteo Viganò (Charles Leclerc) sees an almost assured pole position fade away with the withdrawal of the last heat after winning two, the Italian will be seventh at the start.

OK - Gray, everything perfect
Everything goes according to plan for the British home Charles Leclerc with three wins out of four and a second place, practically without damage for the final score. Gray precedes the rediscovered Juho Valtanen (Pantano Team) with two wins and two second places, leader of the pre-final B. Taylor Barnard (Rosberg Racing) and Joe Turney (Tony Kart) complete the first rows of tomorrow. First of the Italians still Andrea Kimi Antonelli, third for the pre-final A, also Enzo Trulli well behind him.

OKJ - Badoer and Taponen on top
The Junior day ends again with the son of art, Brado Badoer, in command of the ranking. The Italian has maximized the starting pole confirming himself constant with only one victory in his assets but three second places, valid for placing on pole in the pre-final A. Score parity for Tuuka Taponen (Tony Kart) with even three successes but a limiting sixth place but sufficient for the primacy in pre-final B. Igor Cepil and Freddie Slater (RFM) follow in third and fourth overall with respectively two and one victory in the four available matches.

60 Mini - Nakamura in style
The 60 Mini officially changes its face and also nationality thanks to the beautiful path, almost clear, of Kean Berta Nakamura (Team Driver) author of three wins out of four and new forerunner of the pre-final A. Leader of the group B the Polish Jan Przyrowsky (AV Racing) third, a good Maciej Gladysz (Parolin), fourth Christian Sanabria with the first of CRG.
Pre-Finals and Finals scheduled tomorrow from 11.00.

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Created by: scorradengo - 11/07/20

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