Final stages on Sunday May 15th with Prefinals and Finals. Pole position start in KZ2 for Pelizzari. The other pole positions went to Tonoli, Miastkowski, Dondi, Weibel, Cordera, Enzo Trulli, Moretti, Muller, Blum, Consonni, Munari and Crepaldi.   
Lonato del Garda (Brescia, Italy). The first South Garda Trophy has been inaugurated with 100 drivers on track in Lonato. The national Enpea race is valid for the new Rok Cup Challenge, for the Iame X30 Trophy North Area and is also open to national categories.
In KZ, the most powerful category, Alessandro Pelizzari (CKR-Tm) claimed the pole position leading Giacomo Pollini (CRG-Tm) and Massimo Dante (Maranello-Tm).
The pole position of Prodriver Over went to Andrea Tonoli (CRG-Tm), while the quickest of 125 Club, category on track together with Prodriver Over, was Marco Miastkowski (VRK-Tm).
Matteo Dondi (Intrtepid-Tm) secured the pole position of Prodriver Under being only 40 thousands of a second quicker than the Swiss Dominik Weibel (Exprit-Vortex), who will compete in the Shifter Rok, the category on track together with Prodriver Under.
The fastest in qualifying of Junior Rok was Davide Cordera, on Tony Kart-Vortex.
Enzo Trulli, son of former F1 driver Jarno Trulli, came to the fore taking his maiden pole position in  Mini Rok, on Tony Kart-Vortex.
The quickest time of Super Rok was posted by Andrea Moretti (Tony Kart-Vortex), while the fastest of Rok Senior was the Swiss Michael Muller.
The Austrian Kino Blum (Maranello-Tm) set the pole position of 60 Mini, while Thomas Consonni went quickest in X30 Mini.
Elia Munari (Zanardi-Iame) was the fastest of X30 Senior, while Christian Crepaldi secured the pole position of X30 Master.
Final stages of all categories will take place on Sunday May 15th. Live timing service will be available at
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