The Kosmic Kart drivers deal with a difficult track and inclement weather, fighting with determination during the OK and OK Junior FIA Karting World Championship
In Alahärmä, Finland, the Kosmic Kart Racing Department carries out the last FIA Karting season commitment for the direct-drive classes with the races awarding the OK and OK-Junior world titles. For our drivers it is a great opportunity to compete against a large and extremely competitive line-up.
Karol Pasiweicz is the author of the best weekend at the wheel of the Kosmic Mercury R powered by Vortex. His twelfth place in the final (tenth at the finish line, but with a 5-seconds penalty), comes at the end of a race carried out brilliantly, without being deceived by the constantly changing grip conditions of the track. Karol is good at scoring also a best lap in the Heats and getting two second places (even if one is then compromised by a penalty).
Andrey Zhivnov also lives a very tight weekend: a second place and two top ten bring him very close to entering the final, missed just because of complicated qualifying which force him to always start from the back in the Heats.
Alexander Gubenko makes a great deal of progress and gains two eighth places, while Axel Malja's weekend is compromised by several setbacks.
A bit of bad luck also for our two standard-bearers in the OK category Nicolas Pino and David Rozenfeld, despite a place in topten centered by the latter in the Heats.
The next and last FIA appointment for the Kosmic Kart Racing Department will be the International Super Cup for the KZ2 category. The world championship for the shifter classes will take place at the South Garda Karting in Lonato, from 19th to 22nd of September.