WSK Super Master Series starting its Final Sprint in La Conca from March 7th to 10th. The circuit of Muro Leccese (I) to stage the third round for categories OK, OK Junior and 60 Mini. Final races on Sunday, March 10th.
Spring warms up WSK Super Master Series.
WSK Super Master Series will enter into its second half of the 2019 calendar next week with the third of the four scheduled rounds to take place at the World Circuit La Conca in Muro Leccese (Lecce). The International Karting series comes from the previous two rounds held in Adria (Rovigo) and Lonato (Brescia), which shaped the classifications up for drivers from 44 countries spread in the 5 Continents. OK, OK Junior and 60 Mini will get on track in Muro Leccese. Big changes might be ahead, as usually happens in Motorsport when the season changes. From winter we will be moving towards spring, a condition that is likely to favour new protagonists on top of those that have already been shining on the podium of the previous two rounds. A very interesting weekend is ahead on the eastern International karting circuit in Italy.
All the battles in Live streaming on Sunday, March 10th.
One eye at the podium and one at the classification: the prestige of being on the podium that gained more value thanks to the live streaming coverage by WSK is not the only motivation that will push drivers to challenge each other on the 1250 meters of the World Circuit La Conca. The lead of the provisional classifications is in fact at stakes before the closing battle that will take place in Sarno (Salerno) on March 24th. Regulations will allow the third step in the increasing point scoring scheme and classification changes are therefore to be expected. Currently, OK is led by Lorenzo Travisanutto (KR-Iame-Bridgestone, 151 points), who is followed by Dexter Patterson (KR-Iame, 128 p.) and by the Swede Dino Beganovic (Tony Kart-Vortex, 94 p.). In OK Junior Andrea Kimi Antonelli (KR-Iame-Vega) is leading the pack at 94 points, while the Dutch Thomas Ten Brinke (FA Kart-Vortex, 90 p.) and the Brazilian Rafael Camara (BirelArt-TM, 89 p.) follow him in this order. Class 60 Mini is led by Rashid Al Dhaheri (Parolin-TM-Vega, 176 points), as the Belgian Ean Eyckmans (Parolin-TM, 116 p.) is second and Jamaica’s Alex Powell (Energy-TM, 85 p.) third.