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GENK (B), 19 MAY 2019 - 2nd ROUND

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In this issue: HAPPY DAYS The European OKJ goes crazy with Jamie Day (Exprit/Vortex) the surprising winner at Kristianstad and Marcus Amand the new leader in the general classification with the victory in Genk. In OK it will be Travisanutto vs Patterson until the end. OPINION... IN VOLT MAX EFFECTS FROM KART TO F1 NEXT GEN Q&A ANTHONY ABBASSE CLOSE UP ROTAX CERTIFICATION PROGRAM Racing Fia Karting European Championship OK-OKJ Fia Karting European Championship KZ-KZ2 & Academy Trophy Rotax Max Challenge Euro Trophy DEKM Legend Dap forever ZOOM DR formula racing ZOOM TILLOTSON T4 SERIES

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5 races between April and June: 5 victories, with success in the 3rd round of the FIA Karting European Championship in Sweden, Lorenzo Travisanutto initiates a “manita” that smacks of poker. And in the championship Patterson is now closer.
With Angerville, Genk and Kristianstad filed away with three different winners in the first three OKJ races, Le Mans will be decisive for assigning the European title the 21 July weekend. Several drivers are expected to confirm their status as likely candidates, much depending on whoever, in fact, wins the European. For starters, Marcus Amand, Thomas Ten Brinke and Tuukka Taponen are the top candidates; they are followed by drivers in search of confirmations and placements especially as regards the World, another event not to be missed..
The first round of the European KZ confirms the equilibrium of the beginning of the year with Anthony Abbasse (Sodikart / Tm) in front of everyone in a weekend strongly influenced by the climate factor. He was followed by Matteo Viganò (Tony Kart / Vortex) and Alex Irlando (BirelArt / Tm): read this way the ranking does not arouse any surprise in relation to the forces in the field seen during this first part of the season, yet the Wackersdorf weekend reserved more than one surprise to the drivers and even a few … unexpected moments.
Emil Skaras wins at the photofinish preceding Cunati and Longhi in the first round of the KZ2 European.
Absolute domination by Robert De Haan in the first round of the FIA Academy Trophy
From May 31 to June 2, the waiting was inally over: The Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy 2019 kicked of its second year.
The kick-off to the German Electric Kart Championship (DEKM) took place last weekend at the Prokart Raceland Wackersdorf. In temporarily changing weather, the international field of participants showed thrilling kart racing with close racing decisions. In the end, German Luka Wlömer and Lin Chen Han from Taiwan won.
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The advent of Formula 4 has had the consequence of lowering the age of the transition to singleseaters or cars. To date, in fact, at the age of 15, drivers already have a wide range of opportunities to compete in cars. This has also had some consequences in karting, whose business model has changed with a propensity for the Mini and Junior classes. Then there are those who, in addition to having intuited this change, have decided to put into practice an extremely ambitious project, which combines karts and single-seaters. We are talking about Danilo Rossi, 5 times world champion in karting, who besides building frames and engines with DR Racing Kart and Modena Engines brands, is also the owner of a team of F4 and Formula Regional.
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