The four rounds of WSK Super Masters series that awarded the 2020 titles being archived, the time has come for the WSK Euro Series. This series will run its opener on July 9th-12th at the International Circuit Napoli in Sarno (Salerno, Italy), a quite technical and spectacular circuit that has always been part of the WSK Promotion championships.
Karting Champions in Sarno
Despite the calendar is quite complex, the entry list of the opener of Euro Series is very interesting as the WSK championships opened the way in the restart of international karting activities after the Covid-19 emergency. In Sarno all the four categories KZ2, OK, OKJ and MINI will get on track, with the new champions of WSK Super Master Series crowned in Adria: the Finn Simo Puhakka in KZ2, the Brit Arvid Lindblad in OKJ and the Russian Dmitry Matveev in MINI. The Russian winner of OK Nikita Bedrin, unfortunately, will not be present in Sarno, but a lot of protagonists that have challenged Bedrin until the end will, like Andrea Kimi Antonelli, Pedro Hiltbrand, Joe Turney and others that are all set to slide in on the top part of the charts, like 2019 champion Lorenzo Travisanutto.
The Program for International Circuit Napoli in Sarno:
Thursday, July 9th: Free practice, Scrutineering.
Friday, July 10th: Free practice, Qualifying practice, Heats.
Saturday, July 11th: Warm-up, Heats.
Sunday, July 12th (Live Streaming): Warm-up, Prefinals from local 11:00, Finals from 14:00.
The calendar of WSK Euro Series
The WSK Euro Series will continue at the South Garda Karting in Lonato (Brescia, Italy) next September 14-20th 2020 with the innovative format that schedules the second and third round in one week, as happened in the case of the double round of WSK Master Series in Adria.