The WSK Euro Series started this weekend on the Lonato circuit in a contrasting weather situation. After the sunshine of the first days, rain and coolness accompanied the Final stages. Birel ART Racing showed very good competitiveness in all categories. Kremers dominated KZ2 in all weather conditions, there was no shortage of good performances in OK, Macintyre was 5th in OK-Junior and Van Langendonck was 4th in Mini.
Mark Kastelic proved to be very combative during the recent weekend, a race contact unfortunately caused his retirement in the pre-final.
The American driver of the Parolin team closed early a weekend that saw him protagonist and competitive!
Mark Kastelic is back on track for the first race in Lonato of this season where he will face the WSK Euro Series.
After overcoming his injury, the Parolin driver will be back on track in the next days at the South Garda Karting.
The future of karting at Buckmore Park looks bleak after planning officers rejected an application that would have secured the Kent circuit’s ride out of the pandemic.
In a weekend of contrasts at the new Sarno track, Birel ART Racing scored a highly convincing win in KZ2 thanks to the brilliant performance of Kremers, whilst two of its other drivers finished in the top six. Kucharczyk was once again very competitive in OK, while Van Langendonck made a stunning comeback in Mini.
The Slovenian driver recovered in a complicated but useful weekend to grow further and get his first final in the new category.
The race of Muro Leccese (Circuito La Conca) was not easy for the American driver, competitive but unlucky.
The Slovenian driver of the DPK team is expected this weekend on the new Circuito Internazionale Napoli!
BNL reported the following news:
The DPK Racing driver flew to southern Italy to Muro Leccese for the second round of the WSK Super Master Series.
The very sticky track of La Conca was the setting for the second round of the WSK Super Master Series in a demanding meeting for both drivers and machines. Kucharczyk and Bertuca confirmed the competitiveness of Birel ART in OK on this new track, while the young Van Langendonck was at the forefront of the Mini class until the Prefinal. The KZ2s were not racing in the south of Italy, but will return to competition in a fortnight in Sarno.
Mark Kastelic's OKJ season is now in full swing with the first two races at Adria already filed.
The Birel ART Racing team entered the second international event of the season, the first of the four competitions of the WSK Super Master Series with an almost complete line-up of 17 drivers. Longhi in KZ2, Kucharczyk in OK and Van Langendonck in Mini were able to put in top performances, in the top five, or very close, while the field had strengthened even more since the WSK Champions Cup of the previous week. Birel ART Racing can confidently continue its preparation phase for the big events of 2021.
Mark Kastelic proved his competitiveness in the first official race of his season in the Junior category.