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SUCCESS AND GREAT EXPECTATIONS

LONATO, CASTELLETTO DI BRANDUZZ0, ADRIA

With the Open Cup / Final Cup triptych, the WSK drops the curtain on the 2019 karting season with the last two trophies awarded and notes on the great expectations for 2020. Amidst changing teams and liveries, equipment and new entries, the international scene completed its last chapter for this season on this occasion by assigning the Final Cup and Open Cup titles.

What emerges from the last three weekends are the new talking points that, presumably, will accompany us from winter to the beginning of the new season, when there will be no more room for making changes, as it will then be time to take home results from the track. Important news especially in the Senior. The news that has held everyone’s attention, and will do so for a long time yet, is surely the double reinforcement in Tony Kart with Lorenzo Travisanutto and the returning Pedro Hiltbrand. Two strong names to bring the house of Prevalle back to the top of the Direct Drive rankings. There are also many technical innovations, such as the new entry, that is, Charles Leclerc Kart, a project belonging to Birel ART, in contention from the very start of 2020.

As for the competitive aspect, the last two trophies saw Giuseppe Palomba (Birel Art) at the top of KZ2 for the Open Cup, Andrea Kimi Antonelli (Rosberg Racing) for Junior, Taylor Barnard (Rosberg Racing) for the Senior and Nikola Tsolov (Team Driver) in the Mini. For the one-shot Final Cup, instead, titles assigned to Dmitry Matveev (Team Driver), Antonelli, Pedro Hiltbrand (Tony Kart) and Douglas Lundberg (Novalux Racing).

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About Vroom International

The international event organized by BRP-Rotax, celebrates its 20th edition in Italy: a week full of entertainment and a gaze to the future. Once again this format leaves its mark. VROOM AWARDS 2019 ROTAX GRAND FINALS - ITALIAN PARTY WSK OPEN CUP - SUCCES AND GREAT EXPECTATIONS ROK THE RIO - VIVA LAS VEGAS LEGENDARY KART - FROM DUST TO THE ALTAR I LOVE KART - HISTORICAL BUT WITHOUT A HISTORY FROM KART TO F1