- Info & photos: Kosmic Kart
After the WSK Champions Cup, the Adria Karting Raceway welcomed again international karting forces with the first race of the WSK Super Master Series.
In OK, Luigi Coluccio repeated his WSK Champions Cup performance in Sunday’s Final. The Italian jumped from the bottom of the g grid, made his way past his rivals, recovering not less than 12 positions up to 17th. Coluccio ended a weekend where he always entered the top ten in the Qualifying Heats (tenth, second and fifth).
Sebastian Gravlund is more and more familiar with Kosmic’s material. He gained 22 positions between Qualifying and the heats, followed by another eight positions recovered in the Prefinal, allowing him to reach the overall. Once in the Final, he finished in the top 20. Unlucky was Tommaso Chiappini after having to stop in the Prefinal for a collision with another competitor. Kuba Rajski accumulated kilometers in view of the next important race meetings of the season.
In OK-Junior, Alexander Gubenko made the most of his experience and recovered spots in every race, so much as to gain a +21 in the general ranking at the end of the heats compared to Qualifying. The Russian gained again six positions in the Final. Ean Eyckmans also climbed up the rankings, recovering 22 positions after the heats while gaining access to the Final.
With the Kosmic Kart chassis, Freddie Slater (Ricky Flynn Motorsport) almost reached the podium; while his RFM teammate Maxim Rehm finished in sixth position.
In two weeks (March 11th–14th), the Kosmic Kart Racing Department will be back on track at the International La Conca Circuit for the second round of the WSK Super Master Series.
Find out more about driver line-ups for 2021 on our dedicated page.
More about the 2021 season:
- VIDEO: How to do a karting pit stop in under 1 min
- WSK Super Master Series Rnd 1: Gustavsson, Camara, Al Dhaheri & Lammers shine at Adria
- WSK Champions Cup: Gustavsson, Camara, Al Dhaheri and Lammers claim victories at Adria