World Champs at Wackersdorf - KZ puts on a Real Show!

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Emilien Denner (KZ), Alex Powell (KZ2) and Daniel Bray (KZ2-Masters) lead the way after the first day of official racing in Wackersdorf, where qualifying and the first qualifying heats were held under sunny skies and ambient temperatures of up to 28 degrees.

Opening the day of racing was the KZ2-Masters category, which brings together 70 competitors, with the official timed practice session, where Italy's Mirko Mizzoni set the best time of 46"294, just 6 thousandths faster than New Zealand's Daniel Bray, who then won the first qualifying heat by crossing the finish line second behind Alessandro Manetti, a five-second penalty for an early start. In the second qualifying heat, victory went to Davide Foré, which allows him to lead the standings on equal points with Bray.

The 119 KZ2 drivers took to the track divided into five heats for qualifying, with Parolin driver Maksim Orlov the fastest. Subsequently, the category ran a total of 12 heats, three per driver, in which Jamaican Alex Powell took complete victories and moved up to first place in the standings, ahead of Maksim Orlov and Kean Nakamura-Berta, who took two wins. Niels Tröger, Alessio Piccini, Daniel Vasile, Matteo Zanchi, and Matteo Spirgel each had one victory.

In KZ, where 48 drivers meet, Frenchman Emilien Denner, author of the best time in the time trial and winner of the A-C classification, is leading for the time being, ahead of local driver David Trefilov. In the other qualifying race the B-C, victory went to Italian Danilo Albanese. Paolo Ippolito won the heat (A/B) ahead of Trevilov. In the provisional standings, Albanese is ahead of Ippolito, Trevilov, and Iglesias.

Created by: cggiuliano - 09/09/23

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