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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.

RACING FIA KARTING EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP

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

KRISTIANSTAD (S), 2 JUNE 2019 - 3rd ROUND

If in Angerville Dexter Patterson (Sauber Karting) had shown an overwhelming superiority, Lorenzo Travisanutto (CV Performance) answered back in Genk and Kristianstad. Two victories, very different from each other, that must be contextualized in a golden moment of the Spilimbergo native, who in the last two months has won everything there was to be won.

In Belgium, Travisanutto took off and ran away, knocking his opponents back by over 10 seconds, but in Kristianstad, the story was a bit different. In this last race, in fact, there was no climatic factor that slowed either one of the two, namely Lorenzo and Dexter. Chance then wanted the two to be face to face in the heats during this last, where it was Travisanutto who won, but Patterson seemed almost to want to stay behind his “at home” rival - both represent Kart Republic - in anticipation of the ight in the Final.

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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