On the occasion of the WSK Final Cup in Adria our drivers fight for the podium both in KF and KFJ categories Nielsen and Drugovich have struggled in their respective categories, KF and KFJ to gain the podium Our drivers have fought mostly against rivals running with material manufactured by us Rankings
The WSK Final Cup, which took place on the new Italian track of Adria, saw our drivers still at the top in both categories, KF and KF Junior.
In KF class Nicklas Nielsen confirmed his qualities and those of the material in its possession, Kosmic Kart-Vortex, signing the pole (timing 48.435) and winning two out of the three heats.
The excellent performance of the "Blue" Nielsen has been dammed by drivers competing by means of completely identical material to that we manufacture in Prevalle. On this occasion the most strong rivals were Karol Basz (Tony Kart-Vortex), Max Fewtrell (FA Kart-Vortex), Nikita Troitckiy (Tony Kart-Vortex), Jehan Daruvala (FA Kart-Vortex), Alessio Lorandi (Tony Kart-Vortex), Hannes Van Janker and Martjn Leewen.
The struggle for the win, with such a qualified and fierce competitors, was really hard and in the pre-final, Nielsen struggled in the top positions, drifting in the final stage in fourth place, while maintaining his good chance of ultimate success.
The start of the WSK Final Cup, in KF class, was featured by a multiple collision, which forced the race official to "Slow" the competition. So Nielsen, who in the confusion of the starting grid slipped to tenth place, was called to a very difficult task at the restart, without having to recover the entire race.
The race resumed on lap five and Nielsen was able to make a good recovery that led him to the podium.
Just behind our driver was the Kosmic Kart-Vortex of Kevin Roussel, KSB Racing team.
In the cadet class, KFJ, since the race, Clement Novalak and Felipe Drugovich did a very good job, respectively thirteenth and twenty-second in the heats
Our other young driver, the Belgian Charles Weerts, has paid the price of his debut in such a competitive and tough race, however it was an important experience.
In their pre-final Novalak and Drugovich confirmed their potential, particularly the young Brazilian has played a pre-final on the attack, which saw him finish fourth.
Drugovich’s final was on the same level as the pre-final, actually our Brazilian driver has long fought for the podium, missing the target by a hair’s breadth.
Clement Novalak, unfortunately, paid his initial exuberance with a penalty of 10" and was downgraded in the rankings, to the rear.
Nevertheless our material’s competitiveness was clear in this last round of the season, too, which means a good basis to work over the winter with a view to the new season, 2015, when the new chassis will have their debut.