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The first goes to Tomass Stolcermanis


Taking place on the Pista Azzurra of Jesolo Venezia was the first round of the championship organized by the Hungarian Gokarts Associations “CEE Rotax MAX Challenge” Bonus Cup, a championship focused on the Rotax classes that is open to all drivers of Central Europe. Organized across 6 events, of which the first two in Italy, the first two are in Jesolo, the second in Adria, Rovigo, on 7 April. Exceptional number of participating drivers in this first test for the Rotax singlemake event. As many as 144 finalists divided into 5 classes of which the Senior represented the largest number. The competition format included free practice, timed practice, followed by Prefinal, Final and Superfinal. Each race was given a different score. The winner was decided by the driver achieving the best result in the sum of the three races. Tomass Stolcermanis of the Rotax Max Junior was the best driver of the first race in Jesolo among all the classes and categories, a total of 123 points, the maximum. BY F.G. PHOTO DANIELE GHINASSI - WWW.FOTOGHINASSI.COM

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