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MATTEO VIGANÒ (Top Kart/Parilla) With this win in Genk the driver from Bergamo was fantastic and wins the acknowledgments of all those who had already catalogued him as a driver who had had it. Instead, Matteo deserves the applause for the way he won a difficult final and thanks to this win he' s on third place of the European championship final. During the race Lorandi leads, then Norris comes up to ruin things for him, but with great skill in interpreting the delicate instants of the race, he waits a few laps before overtaking Loranti and Matteo Viganò (Top Kart/ re-take lead. Then, half way through the Parilla) at the end of the race, he tackles a determined Norris who final, further back John was storming up. Norris (Tony Kart/Vortex). This is where you win with self assurance there is no one to thank. Matteo get the Brilliant performance best win of his life awarding spectators for both, a distant duel certain pathos thanks to his distanced which is very similar to duels against John Norris. the one we saw in KZ In September, during the International final between Ardigò Super Cup in Sweden all the paddock and Puhakka. On this will keep a close eye on him, but judging occasion, Viganò stopped from what we have seen in Genk, I think that Matteo has reached the right best time 51º 292. Left, maturity to tackle any titled even cool prefinal start and collected. Now the Italian team can

count on another valid element, and Mauro Pozzi is well aware of this.

STAN PEX (Crg/Vortex) Something more was expected from the Dutchman, especially on a track like the one in Genk which suits him fine. Over the three race days he has always been with the leaders, but he has never given the impression that he could have made the difference. In the prefinal he was more interested in finishing the race rather than attack for leading places. But getting row grid start means having to give it all you have got if u want to make it¼ ª either you make it or you don' t.º and to think that already at the end of lap one he was fourth. But the pace wasn' t enough to climb up. He' d have to do better than 51º 6 to stay up with the leaders.

JOHN NORRIS (Tony Kart/Vortex) In his first season in KZ2 the Irish driver has proved that he is fast in the gear class too. Oh Boy!! Only someone like Matteo Vigano manages to stay ahead. The time sequence just grabbed second place, that is, from seventh up to second, fantastic. He only slowed down a few laps from the finishing line fully aware that he couldn' t have

VROOM INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE 45

Vroom Kart International #183 - September 2016  
Vroom Kart International #183 - September 2016  

In this issue: FANTASTIC 4 Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart/Vortex – KZ), Fabian Federer (CRG/Modena Engines – KZ2), Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG/Parilla –...

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