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With the first two races in Adria and Lonato, the WSK Super Master Series returns. The double weekend not only marked the debut of all categories but also launched the first top team challenges. If in KZ, Birel Art proves to be the team to beat, and Tony Kart flexes its muscles in OK, the OKJ and Mini still remain an uncertain scenario as per tradition.
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After the opening Champions Cup, it was always Adria’s turn to host the first round of the WSK series. Mini, OKJ and OK are back on the scene and with them the first protagonists of the year. For the Senior, the return to success of Pedro Hiltbrand (Tony Kart), a breath of fresh air for the Spaniard, comeback victory against Taylor Barnard (Rosberg Racing) and Dilano Van T ‘Hoff (Forza Racing), without forgetting the initial pole of Joseph Turney (Tony Kart) and the good progression of Kirill Smal (Energy), later penalized. In the Junior field, the Super Master Series represented only an encore of what has already been seen in the Champions Cup with success in the hands of the Sicilian Alfio Spina (KR), master in gaining positions and beating everyone just seven days after his first triumph. Completing the podium were Ugo Ugochukwu (RFM) and Cristian Ho (Sauber Karting). As already seen on other occasions, the 60 Mini has confirmed how Russia is the dominant nation, thanks to yet another 1-2, this time completed by Gerasim Skulanov (Formula K) and Anatoly Khavalkin (Parolin), and Jimmi Helias (Tony Kart) alongside.

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MARCH #224 COLUMNS - 4 Online Contents - 8 Red Line – SIM-Racing: ALT-Racing - 14 Mondokart News & Previews - 24 Social questions to… Giuseppe Palomba - 88 2020 International Calendar – March/April SURVEY - 20 Driver of the decade 2010-2019 – To the Max! FOCUS - 26 New class 60 CIK FIA,part 3 - New Mini there are engines, too - 34 New apparel By MIR – A 59 for Summer RACING - 36 Winter Cup, Lonato (ITA) – Winter fight - 40 WSK Super Master Series, Lonato (ITA) Red white domination - 47 Iame Asia Cup (MYS) – Hardja dominates the Senior,spectacular Bohra in Junior - 50 RMC Euro Trophy Winter Cup (ES) Full house and full of action! CLOSE UP - 54 Birel Art – Red army is a family ZOOM - 60 Low cost racing, part 2 – How to deal with “grass root” karting in the UK. - 66 Rotax E20 – The new electric step forward by Rotax MARGUTTI SPECIAL - 68 Margutti Trophy the neverending story VINTAGE - 74 Adams motorsports park Riverside, California FROM KART TO F1 - 82 Formula 4 the guide