FIA Karting European Championship, Adria - Qualifying

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The drivers present on the Adria track begin to get serious in the first appointment with the FIA ​​European Championship.

An uncertain weather for the Italian circuit which animated the first fight against the time trial of the FIA ​​season even more. Absolute pole positions for Irlando (KZ), Albanese (KZ2) and Al Azhari (Academy).

KZ - Irlando starts off on the right way
In the premier class it is immediately the fight to the last blood to win the best possible position in view of tomorrow’s direct clashes. Alex Irlando will open the season in the best possible way, to the delight of the Birel Art house, still in front. Best lap recorded in 42.270, useful for beating the competition of Simo Puhakka (Tony Kart), immediately competitive as announced at + 0.121sec from the top, third absolute time for the reigning World Champion, Marjin Kremers (Ricciardo Kart) on the return in kart. Fourth and fifth positions currently occupied by Lorenzo Camplese (SC Performance) and Riccardo Longhi (Birel Art). Two heats scheduled for tomorrow afternoon.

KZ2 - Danilo Albanese takes absolute pole position
Numerous and fought as usual, KZ2 enlivened the afternoon of Adria with five group pole positions that gradually took shape. Best placing again with the Italian brand thanks to Danilo Albanese (KR) immediately on the ball on the Adria track with a 47.412 on the clock to dictate the pace. Good gap on Viktor Gustafsson (+ 0.102sec) in any case first of the Lennox Racing men and pole man of group B, third virtual place in the hands of Paavo Tonteri (SC Performance), Last two pole positions for Giuseppe Palomba (Birel Art) and Simone Cunati (Modena Kart) respectively for groups D and E.

FIA Academy Trophy - Al Alzhari ahead of Weywadt
Among the smallest drivers, space for Keanu Al Alzhari immediately in pole position with the best time of 50.499 at his debut in the category. Second place for Jonathan Weywadt for + 0.094sec of gap, third Alex Powell among the favorites of the season, Maxime Furon-Castelain and Oscar Wurz close the top five.

See you tomorrow with the elimination heats program.

S.C.
Credits: Fotocar13

Created by: scorradengo - 14/08/20

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