- Info: WSK Promotion
- Photo: Sportinphoto
- Video: The RaceBox
The 2021 WSK Champions Cup will be run behind closed doors in the utmost respect of the anti-Covid protocol, which will include temperature check, the use of face masks and social distancing plus all the measures included in the latest regulations.
The Mini entry list is crowded and the high-level drivers present are led in Adria by the Dutch René Lammers (Parolin/IAME), who won the WSK Euro Series in 2020 and by several other protagonists of the past season like the Russian Gerasim Skulanov (CRG/TM) and the Pole Jan Przyrowsky (Parolin/TM), that respectively ended second and fifth in the 2020 edition of the Champions Cup.
A lot of the main protagonists of last year’s campaign in Mini switched to this higher category, as the 2020 WSK Champions Cup winner from Russia Anatoly Khavalkin (Tony Kart/TM) or the winner of WSK Open Cup from Poland Maciej Gladysz (KR/IAME), but also the WSK Super Master Series winner Dmitry Matveev (KR/IAME), the Japanese Kean Nakamura Berta (Exprit/TM), United Arab Emirates’ Rashid Al Dhaheri (Parolin/TM) and the winner of the 2020 WSK Open Cup, also crowned Junior World Champion, Freddie Slater (Kosmic/Vortex).
The 2020 Champion of the WSK Euro Series Andrea Kimi Antonelli (KR/IAME) will be competing in OK against several strong drivers, some of which coming from Junior like the American Ugo Ugochukwu (KR/IAME), the winner of the 2020 WSK Super Master / OK-Junior Arvid Lindblad and his teammate Brando Badoer (KR/IAME), who was third in the WSK Super Master Series and second in the WSK Euro Series.
The Italian Alfio Spina (Tony Kart/Vortex), who won both the WSK Champions Cup and WSK Euro Series, the Norwegian Martinius Stenshorne (Birel Art/TM), who came second in the 2020 WSK Champions Cup, the Pole Karol Pasiewicz, second in the WSK Super Master Series and third in the WSK Open Cup, will also be amongst potential contenders to keep a close watch on.
The presence in KZ2 is also great with a lot of possible title contenders like the Swede Viktor Gustavson (Birel ART/TM) and Francesco Celenta (Parolin/TM), the winner of the WSK Super Master Series Simo Puhakka (Tony Kart/Vortex) and his teammate Pedro Hiltbrand, the WSK Open Cup winner Stan Pex (KR/TM) and his Italian teammate Danilo Albanese, the Dutch Senna Van Walstijn (Sodikart/TM), the French Adrien Renaudin (Sodikart/TM) and the Italian Fabian Federer (Maranello/TM), who came third in the WSK Super Master Series of last year.
- Name: Adria Karting Raceway
- Location: Adria, Veneto region, Northern Italy
- Rotation: Clockwise
- Length: 1302 meters
- Width: 8-10 meters
- Corners: 9
- Straight lines: 2
How to follow the event?
A live page will be at your disposal from Friday to Sunday, including live timing and live streaming (available on Sunday). Reports and results will be published on this website on a daily basis.
|Thursday||08:00 – 18-27 Free Practice|
|Friday||08:30 – 10:33 Free Practice|
10:50 – 12:36 Qualifying Practice
12:40 – 18:35 Qualifying Heats
|Saturday||08:00 – 09:38 Warm-up|
09:40 – 18:35 Qualifying Heats
|Sunday||08:20 – 09:58 Warm-up|
10:00 – 11:00 Qualifying Heats
11:00 – 13:40 Prefinals
14:20 – 14:45 OK-Junior Final
14:50 – 15:15 OK Final
15:20 – 15:45 KZ2 Final
15:50 – 16:16 Mini Final
Find out more about driver line-ups for 2021 on our dedicated page.
More about the 2021 season:
- Sarno presents its new track layout for 2021
- Champions of the Future: the 2021 calendar is complete
- IAME X30 Euro Series: New trophy, fuel and tyres for 2021
- WSK Promotion: A new racing calendar for 2021
- Valencia’s IAME Winter Cup postponed to March
- Rok Cup presents its 2021 racing program
- 2021 FIA Karting Championships calendar confirmed
- DKM presents its 2021 racing calendar