2017 Junior World Champion Dexter Patterson (KR/IAME) mastered the tricky track conditions this Saturday to lead the provisional rankings of the OK category. With two wins and a third place, the Kart Republic driver will start the Prefinal A on Pole with Dilano Van’t Hoff (Exprit/TM) by his side. With one win (A-B) and a second place in the bag, the Dutchman will have to cope with a strong Sami Meguetounif (Tony Kart/Vortex) whose two top-three finishes have promoted up front. The Frenchman will have local hero Gabriele Mini’ (Parolin/TM) on the same row with one Heat (A-D) won, Rasmus Joutsimies (Tony Kart/Vortex) coming next in 5th just in front of Friday’s Pole-sitter Sebastian Ogaard (Tony Kart/Vortex) in 6th (click here for full grid).

The front row of the Prefinal B will be 100% Russian with, as Pole-sitter, Kirill Smal (Tony Kart/Vortex), two wins on Saturday, and Aleksey Sizov (Tony Kart/TM). Reigning World Champion Lorenzo Travisanutto (KR/IAME) will be on the following row alongside Kacper Szczurek (Kosmic/Vortex) with Sweden’s Dino Beganovic (Tony Kart/Vortex) in 5th. Champions Cup winner Taylor Barnard (KR/IAME) will start the Prefinal B from 15th on the grid after facing a troublesome Saturday (click here for full grid).

Find the OK full provisional standings here.

OK Junior

Danish driver Conrad Laursen (FA Kart/Vortex) topped for a mere two-point gap the Saturday provisional standings in the Junior class thanks to a late win that gave him the Prefinal A’s Pole position from his closest rival of the day, Rafael Chaves Camara (Birel ART/TM), author of four top-three results. The top row of the Prefinal A will be composed of Josep Marti Sobrepera (Tony Kart/Vortex) winner of one Heat (B-D), followed by Christian Ho (FA Kart/Vortex) also with one win (A-C), Andrea Kimi Antonelli (KR/IAME) and Arvid Lindblad (Exprit/TM) (click here for the full grid).

The starting grid of the Prefinal B will be led by Camara in front of Friday’s fastest man Paolo Ferrari (Righetti Ridolfi/TM), then Robert De Haan (Energy Corse/TM) with one win (D-E), Thomas Ten Brinke (FA Kart/Vortex) victor in the A-E race, and Alfio Spina (KR/IAME) (click here for full grid).

Find the OK Junior full provisional standings here.

60 Mini

Kirill Kutskov (Energy Corse/TM) emerged through the rain to top the youngters‘ category standings on Saturday night. With four wins and a second place out of five races, the Russian driver had it almost perfect and will start on Pole position for the Prefinal A tomorrow morning. His fellow countryman Alexandr Tibekin (DR/TM) will try to give him a hard time on the front after concluding his Saturday third in the standings with one win and three other top-three finishes. The top five for the Prefinal A starting grid goes as follows: Rashid Al Dhaheri (Parolin/TM) 3rd with three wins under his belt despite a distant 33rd time in Qualifying, Dmitriy Matveev (Energy Corse/TM) 4th with three second places and Julius Dinesen (Parolin/TM) 5th with 3rd as best personal result (click here for the full grid).

The starting grid of the Prefinal B will see British driver William Macintyre (Tony Kart/Vortex) start on Pole thanks to four wins in five Heats (a sixth place-finish cost him four points to lead the overall standings). Manuel Scognamiglio (Tony Kart/TM) promoted himself on the front row thanks to a win in his last Heat and will precede Friday’s Pole-Sitter Coskun Irfan (Parolin/TM) in 3rd, Belgium’s Ean Eyckmans (Parolin/TM) in 4th and Maksimilian Popov (Parolin/TM) in 5th (click here for the full grid). Other winners in the 60 Mini class include Francesco Marenghi (Tony Kart/TM), 7th on the Prefinal B grid, and Adrian Malheiro (Praga/TM), 11th on the Prefinal A grid.

Find the 60 Mini full provisional standings here.

The Round 1 of the WSK Super Master Series meets its conclusion this Sunday with the first Warm-ups from 8:35 with the Prefinals from 10:20 followed by the first Finals B at 12:20 and the first Final at 14:00 (see below).

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Sunday 03/02
08:35 – 10:15
Prefinal A OKJ
Prefinal B OKJ
Prefinal A Mini
Prefinal B Mini
Prefinal A OK
Prefinal B OK
Final B OKJ
Final B Mini
Final OK
Podium OK
Final OKJ
Podium OKJ
Final 60 Mini
Podium 60 Mini

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Text: Guillaume Alvarez

Photos: Alex Vernardis / The Racebox