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HERE ARE THE WINNERS!

The ninth edition of the WSK Super Master Series ended on the International Circuit of Napoli, Italy. Four stages awarded four trophies to: Martinius Stenshorne (Mini), Gabriele Minì (OKJ), Hannes Janker (OK) and Marco Ardigò (KZ).

WSK SUPER MASTER SERIES 2018

The OK start, in Sarno.

KZ ARDIGÒ, A WELCOME WIN

A great show in the premier class that by itself was worth the entry ticket price, as they say. Great to see, too, a newfound Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart / Vortex), winner of yet another trophy, back on track. A rib injury, and complications, kept him off the track for a long time. An injury that took place right here in Sarno during the free practice of last year’s European Championship. An injury that worsened over time, enough to bring the Tony Kart driver to contemplate saying farewell to the track. A choice not to be made thanks to his improved health and his reinvigorating performance in the Super Master Series. As mentioned, despite the absence in the first round of Adria, Ardigò began scoring points starting from the race of La Conca. A turning point, and open rivalry in Puglia, thanks also to Paolo De Conto’s entering the fray, winner of the race. Second position for Ardigò, a primer to the win in Sarno. On the International Circuit of Naples, home to the second leg, (a recovery from an earlier cancelled event in Lonato due to snow), and the epilogue, the Italian in fact dominated the KZ. Over the Easter weekend, absolute domination, first in the prefinal and triumph in the category final. Same script in the last appointment, once again in Sarno. Victory and trophy won with 350 points total, a result that bodes well for the fate of the FIAbrand competitions, for the great show.

In second place overall, Alex Irlando (Sodi / TM). Brilliant season start, Irlando’s, a deserved victory at Adria and first run at the leadership, only to then have to deal with his most experienced rivals. A seventh place in La Conca and a ninth in the recovery of Sarno handed the Sodi driver a silver medal, thanks also to the excellent podium in the final rush in Sarno. Another frontrunner was Paolo De Conto (CRG / TM). The current world champion, despite only two races disputed between La Conca and Sarno, fought for the final victory. The one-two in Puglia between prefinal and final launched the driver from Treviso into first place in the standings, only for hopes of victory abandoned only in the recent round of Naples where he finished in fourth place. Three leaders of different rankings and three hot Italian names for the European and World field starting from the May race in Salbris.

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