Tony Kart Wins OKJ WSK Euro Series
Alfio Spina conquers also the final of round 2 and climbs up onto the second step of the podium in the final of the third round too. Victory and second place also for Joseph Turney in OK.
With the double round staged this week at the South Garda Karting, the WSK Euro Series is coming to a spectacular end. Our Racing Team is making the most of it to conquer the OKJ title, fully deserved by Alfio Spina bringing his Tony Kart Racer 401 R powered by Vortex also onto the first and second step of the podium in the two finals run in a row on Sunday.
With the Italian, coming second and third in the 2 prefinals and author of three best laps, Harley Keeble is standing out too, always the best of our drivers in the rating of the Qualifying Heats of both rounds and able to gain a result in top ten in the first final and to carry out a 11-position recovery in the second one. Also Maxim Rehm is racing both finals together with Tuukka Taponen and Karol Pasiewicz, both in top ten of the second final after gaining positions, while Aiden Neate is unfortunately involved in a contact in the first and forced to withdraw in the second prefinal.
The Tony Kart Racing Team is playing a leading role in OK too, where Joseph Turney is fighting for the title to the end. By exploiting the OTK Kart Group technical package once again, the Englishman conquers a wonderful first and second place in Finals, centres another victory and a second position in prefinals gaining a best lap. He conquers the pole position of round 2 and obtains two victories in the heats and three second places. Great performance for Callum Bradshaw, recovering 8 positions in the first final, but unfortunately forced to withdraw in the heats of the third round.
In KZ2, Emilien Denner closes his first race in our team entering the top ten in both finals. Good weekend also for the other 2 new entries, Jean Luyet and Sam Luyet, who recover 8 and 13 positions respectively in final 1 and 2 while Alessio Picciniovertakes nine opponents in both decisive races. Also Noah Milell is qualifying in both finals while Gilles Stadsbader manages to improve his starting position in the final of round 2.
Great deal of progress, finally, for our drivers engaged in the MINI class, where James Egozi centres the top 10 in both finals, after gaining a victory in the heat too. Well for Jimmy Helias too, in the first ten in both prefinals, and Jules Caranta, who is unfortunately getting a penalty in the last final.