FIA Karting European Championship, Genk - Milell, Gustavsson and Braeken in pole position

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The first official day on the corners of the Genk circuit gives the first verdicts with Noah Milell (KZ) and Viktor Gustavsson (KZ2) in pole position.

After the incessant rain at the start of the day, qualifying saw the riders have to change their references and return to a dry track.

KZ - Milell like thunder
The Swedish home driver Tony Kart surprises the competition by managing to take home an important pole in the queens class. Best lap in 51.606 for the rider from Prevalle, completely reborn in qualifying session. Second and third time in the hands of Stan Pex (KR), practically home driver in Genk and Marijn Kremers (Ricciardo Kart) still positive. Top five for Matteo Viganò (Lennox Racing) and Riccardo Longhi (Birel Art), ready for the final assault. Ready to fight also Simo Puhakka (Tony Kart) and Alex Irlando (Birel Art) with the seventh and eighth time.

KZ2 - Gustavsson still leader
In KZ2 there has been no twist up to now with Viktor Gustavsson (Lennox Racing) in absolute pole position with 52.061 on the clock. Surgical lap for the Swede ahead of Senna Van Walstijn (CPB), another specialist of the Genk circuit, third Tom Leuillet (Prague) again competitive after the Adria test. Top five closed by Paavo Tonteri (SC Performance) and Simone Cunati (Modena Kart), first of Gustavsson's pursuers with a good fifth place finish. Further back Giuseppe Palomba (Birel Art) with the fourteenth time. Also in the case of KZ2, no grouping and single classification due to the absences of some teams (organizational reasons).

FIA Academy Trophy - Braeken on top
The home driver, Tom Braeken, leaves no room for his opponents and manages to take absolute pole position for the Academy Trophy. The young Belgian completed the qualifying session with 55.612 best lap. Remaining pole positions assigned to Zachary, Andrisani and Weywadt, respectively for groups B, C and D.

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Credits: Fotocar13

Created by: scorradengo - 04/09/20

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