The WSK Euro Series is getting ready for the final rush in Italy, at the Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno. The karting champions are going to defy each other under Vesuvius in live TV broadcasting, by Rai Sport 2 on 6th June, from 2:45pm to...
The WSK Euro Series is getting ready for the final rush in Italy, at the Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno. The karting champions are going to defy each other under Vesuvius in live TV broadcasting, by Rai Sport 2 on 6th June, from 2:45pm to 4:00pm.
WSK Euro Series, closing event in Sarno. In the weekend of June 6th, the WSK Euro Series is scheduled to reach the finishing post on the Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno (Salerno, Italy). The European karting series organized by WSK Promotion will complete its 5-rounds tour in live TV coverage by Rai Sport 2. On Sunday, June 6th the Italian network will be broadcast the Super KF and KZ1-KZ2 Finals, starting at 2:45pm.
World challenge to win the WSK Euro Series. Every driver from all over the world wants to compete in the WSK Euro Series. This year, the European karting series has attracted over 250 drivers coming from 40 Countries worldwide. This trend is going to be confirmed in Sarno where apart from European drivers, many others coming from Asia, Oceania, North America as well as South America are expected too. All the karting racing manufacturers give a valid support: besides 26 chassis manufactures, 13 engine producers and the suppliers Dunlop, Vega (tyres) along with Panta (fuel) attend the WSK. Ultimately, it is certain that every human and technological force getting involved in the international karting is arriving in Sarno to put on a very thrilling championship final.
Close finish for the WSK titles. Due to steady swings in the leading positions, the crowning win hasn't been achieved yet. In the Top Class Super KF, three drivers are going to compete in Sarno, in the first of 2 Finals that will be broadcast live by Rai Sport 2. At the top, there is the ranking leader since the first round, French Armand Convers (Kosmic-Vortex), but Nyck De Vries (Zanardi-Parilla) is hot on his heels. The young Dutch driver peremptorily won the previous races in Genk, Belgium, and overtook the Italian champion Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart-Vortex), that is the third driver to compete for the title. The other Top Class with the title still to be given is KZ1, where Belgian Jonathan Thonon (CRG-Maxter) and Dutch Bas Lammers (Intrepid-TM) have been contending since the start of the season. Race by race, they have been alternately in KZ1 lead and are now the only pretenders to the title. The only class holding already a champion is KZ2 with Paolo De Conto (Energy-TM) who achieved the crowning win one round ahead of time thanks to a long string of successes. In KF2, Italian Ignazio D'Agosto (Tony-Vortex) is at the top and aims for the title on the strength of a consistent lead over Danish Jacob Nortoft (FA Kart-Vortex). In KF3, Dutch Max Verstappen (CRG-Maxter) needs only 4 points to beat English Alex Albon