FIA Karting Euro, Sarno - Antonelli and Egozi dominate the qualifying session

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High temperatures and first verdicts from the track, all as expected on Friday afternoon at Sarno. Andrea Kimi Antonelli and James Egozi take the overall pole position.

OK - Antonelli sends a warning to the competition
As usual, free practice and qualifying began to lay the cards on the table for what will be the penultimate weekend of the European Championship. Photocopy sessions for all drivers, good at exploiting the new layout of the Circuito Internazionale Napoli, technical and very fast. The overall pole position went into the hands of Andrea Kimi Antonelli in 54.413, an excellent lap time to ensure the start from the pole, especially in terms of the overall standings where the Bolognese is in full title fight, thanks to the success of Essay. Four other group pole positions were awarded to the remaining protagonists starting with Arvid Lindbald and Artem Severiukhin for groups B and C. Tymoteusz Kucharczyk and Joe Turney rounded out the field in Groups D and E. Classification leader Rafael Camara only fourth in Group A and sixteenth overall. 

OKJ - High classification challenge with Egozi in pole position
The Junior closes the games as far as Friday's qualifying is concerned with the four scheduled sessions. The lap times leave no doubts about the level of competitiveness of the heats which will start tomorrow. The first surprise time was set by James Egozi in 56.106, followed by championship leader Freddie Slater in 56.176, just +0.070sec from the top. Third place went to the second surprise of Friday, Yevan David (+0.074sec from pole). The last three pole positions from Group D to Group F went to Jan Przyrowski, Douwe Dedecker and Matheus Ferreira, the first of Slater's direct pursuers. 

The heats will start tomorrow at 10.45 am, live also on facebook page and website fiakarting.com. 
 
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Created by: scorradengo - 09/07/21

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