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France’s Besancenez (Tony Kart/Vortex) after a fantastic performance in France, he surprises again here in Genk, from 37th after the heats he manages to get final podium. Below, Leonardo Lorandi, always a protagonist of this European, in the end he didn’t reap much. He too noticed this. Opposite page, Corberi and Mosca just after the final. For the Brescian this European should have given him more satisfaction. Unlucky Tommaso Mosca too, in Genk he once again proved his driving skill.

done any better. Norris is the added value to Vigano’s victory. A performance that doesn’t leave space to interpretations: he wanted to get the round win. If what we have seen is right, John Norris is one of those to bet on.

LEONARDO LORANDI (Tony Kart/Vortex) The Brescian driver has grown a lot and not just in height. He overtakes Federer during the second lap of prefinal 1, which surprises everyone a bit, not just Federer. He is a strong rival especially for his attacking tactics. Instead, during the final, he overtakes Viganò on lap one under the yellow flag, and this he could have avoided. Without the ten-second penalty, he’s have ended on podium with a wonderful end to the European Championship event.

ALESSANDRO IRLANDO (Energy/Tm) Last year’s Rotax World Championship winner, the driver

from south Italy has proved to be very fast also with a “wicked” kart with gears. He was immediately competitive and to tell it all he did deserve more t lest from what we have seen during the championship. Perhaps he lost his chance to get final podium here in Genk, like on the other hand Vigano has done. Something didn’t work during the prefinal when from pole start he did no better than fifth. Not a good placing and lapping at 51”5- 51”6 really wasn’t enough to get back into the lead...

LUCA CORBERI (Tony Kart/Vortex) Having recovered from his horrible experience in caused by alimentary intolerance to gluten, we were doping that Corberi would make up for t here in Genk. The driver from Lonato was aiming for the title, but that meant he’d have had to take top podium step. His prefinal results weren’t at all bad third behind Viganò and Matisic. Then at final start he was


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 –...