WSK Euro Series switched on the lights on entry procedures.
The comeback of this historic International series by WSK Promotion is approaching fast: entries to the WSK Euro Series will be accepted starting from this coming weekend as the series will kick off from Sarno (Salerno, Italy) at the International Circuit Napoli in the weekend of March 31st. The circuit of Sarno will have the duty to kick off the four rounds of the series. After Sarno, WSK Euro Series will head to Angerville (France) before coming back to Italy for the rounds in Lonato (Brescia, Italy) and Adria (Rovigo, Italy). Big space to entry procedures is reserved on the official web page of all WSK events: www.wsk.it. Entries will be accepted from Friday, March 8th.
The novelty of WSK Euro Series.
WSK Promotion devised several interesting novelties also for season 2019. The International Circuit Napoli (in the photo above, during a previous WSK event) will be at the heart of the calendar for two weekends running (March 24th and March 31st) as it will stage the closing round of WSK Super Master Series and the opening of WSK Euro Series in the order. After the round in Sarno, Angerville and Lonato, WSK Euro Series will run its closer at the Adria Karting Raceway, in an overnight racing weekend. As in the case of WSK Super Master Series – that is about to run its third round at the World Circuit La Conca in Muro Leccese this coming weekend, WSK Euro Series will always see OK, OK Junior and 60 Mini on track. These will be joined by KZ2 in Sarno and Lonato. In Angerville and Adria OK Junior and 60 Mini will run a Final B, the closing race for the drivers that did not qualify for the Final.
As teams and drivers, technical suppliers are getting ready for the challenge of the four rounds of WSK Euro Series: Bridgestone will provide Prime tyres for categories KZ2 and OK, while Vega will provide OK Junior (Option compound) and 60 Mini. Panta will provide fuel.