The second round of WSK Super Master Series in Lonato saw some new drivers coming to the fore. Palomba claimed the win in KZ2, Turney in OK and Lindblad in OK-Junior. Skulanov repeated the win of Adria in Mini.
Finals will start on Sunday, February 23rd at 14:30 with the Live Steaming coverage. Giacomo Pollini on top in KZ2, Andrea Kimi Antonelli in OK. The provisional classification of OK-Junior is led by Brando Badoer, that of Mini by the Russian Dmitry Matveev.
Qualifying practice and initial heats kicked off the WSK Super Master Series round of Lonato with the record participation of 362 drivers out of the 372 entered representing 47 different countries in the 4 categories KZ2, OK, OKJ and Mini. Further heats will take place on Saturday while the final stages will be on Sunday, February 23rd.
The second round of WSK Super Master Series in Lonato scored a world record with its 372 entered drivers coming from 47 different countries to contest the four entitled categories. KZ2 will be at the debut in this season. Qualifying to start on Friday, February 21st, and 50(!) heats.
Record figures for the second round of WSK Super Master Series at the South Garda Karting circuit of Lonato from Februray 20th to 23rd. This time around KZ2 will join OK, OK-Junior and Mini that opened season 2020 in Adria.
Out of the 301 drivers present, the 25th Winter Cup was won by Giuseppe Palomba in KZ2, Joseph Turney in OK, Martinius Stenshorne in OK-Junior and Rashid Al Dhaheri in Mini Rok. Antonio Giovinazzi and Andrea Iannone among the special guests.
Ahead of the final stages, Longhi and Palomba lead KZ2, the Russians Bedrin and Smal OK, the Norwegian Stenshorne and the Pole Kucharczyk OKJ, the Russian Foteev and the Pole Przyrowski Mini Rok. Final stages in live streaming on Sunday February 15th.