"Prefinal victory and podium result for CRG driver"
The 24 Hours Karting of Italy ended with an excellent balance in terms of sport and organization, the prestigious Endurance karting event organized by CRG on the Adria track with CRG Centurion karts on March 24th-25th.
The third round of WSK Super Master Series at the International Circuit Napoli in Sarno produced an exceptional spectacle in the mark of CRG, mainly, but not only, with Pedro Hiltbrand, who was second in OK, and Gabriel Bortoleto, third in OK-Junior.
The Andrea Margutti Trophy has seen CRG drivers as protagonists in all categories, in what has been a very wet and hard-fought 29th edition, that ended with the victory going to Andrea Rosso in OK and to the young Enzo Trulli in OK-Junior, who scored his maiden win with the Italian outfit in this way.
Weather conditions have affected the performance of CRG drivers at the 23rd edition of the Winter Cup of Lonato, but two well-deserved podiums rewarded Pedro Hiltbrand’s combative performance in OK and Fabian Federer’s race in KZ2 with Team SRP.
The Italian-Spanish driver will race in the Junior class as official driver in a double programme between Europe and the US
Paolo De Conto received the biggest round of applause at the “CIK-FIA Prize Giving” in Milan due to his victories in the World and European KZ Championships with CRG. De Conto’s comment on a season to be framed.
Paolo De Conto secured the third win in KZ in Las Vegas at the end of a golden season for the CRG driver. Regarding the other CRG Nordam drivers, Laurent Marchandise won S2 and Callum Bradshaw ended on the podium of X30 Senior.
All is set ahead of the first great challenge of the year with the World Championship scheduled for September 10th in Wackersdorf (Germany). Up for grabs are the world title of KZ and the International Super Cup of KZ2. CRG is the reigning champion in both categories.
The final sprint of the European Championships is about to kick off from Finland in the weekend of July 23rd with categories OK and OK-Junior on track for the second-last act of the series, that will end the following week in Sweden, alongside KZ and KZ2.
The third round of the German Championship DKM held in Wackersdorf has highlighted the speed of CRG drivers that now are leading KZ2, OK and OK-Junior classifications.
Dennis Hauger claimed P3 on CRG-Parilla in OK in Le Mans (France), but was later on demoted to a forth place, a result that definitely does not spoil his good performance.