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KZ2: Denner on top in Qualifying
The Frenchman Emilien Denner (Intrepid/TM) set the pace in Qualifying, posting the best overall time in 45.220s (Series 1). The fastest time of Series 2 was set by the Italian Francesco Celenta (Parolin/TM) in 45.394s. The Swedish driver Viktor Gustavsson (Birel ART/TM), the Italian Alex Irlando (CRG/TM) and current classification leader from Finland Juho Valtanen (KR/TM) were also among the quickest. In the first heats, Denner kept his momentum with a first victory, while the Dutch Marijn Kremers (Birel ART/TM) won the second race of the day.
OK: Camara on pole
KR Motorsport’s pairing made by the current classification leader from Brazil Rafael Camara and the Brit Arvid Lindblad set the pace. The first one led the pack in Series 1 in 45.877s, while the second went quickest in Series 2 with a personal best in 45.988s. Luigi Coluccio (Kosmic/Vortex) also put in a strong Qualifying as second in Series 1 and went on to win the second heat of the day, following an early victory for Camara.
OK-Junior: Nakamura the fastest
In the three Qualifying series, the Japanese Kean Nakamura-Berta (Exprit/TM) posted the fastest overall lap in Series 2 (47.508s). The Brazilian Matheus Ferreira (KR/IAME) was the quickest of Series 3, in 47.539s, while his teammate from Belgium Douwe Dedecker was ahead in Series 1 (45.578s). Classification leader Alex Powell (KR/IAME) had a more troubled session instead. The driver from Singapore Akshay Bohra (KR/IAME) won two heats, as did United Arab Emirates’ driver Rashid Al Dhaheri (Parolin/TM). Dedecker and the Brit Freddie Slater (Kosmic/Vortex) claimed one win each.
Mini: Costoya sets the quickest time
Pole position was set in Series 4 by classification leader Christian Costoya (Parolin/TM) who completed his best lap in 52.719s. The Swiss Kilian Josseron (KR/IAME) was the fastest of Series 3 in 52.869s, the Turkish driver Alp Aksoy (Parolin/IAME) led Series 2 in 52.873s and the Slovenian Matic Presa (Birel ART/TM) did the same in Series 1 with a best time of 53.026s.
In the class’s six heats Costoya secured two wins, while the others were won by the Dutch René Lammers (Parolin/IAME), the Italian Emanuele Olivieri (IPK/TM), the Slovenian Matic Presa (Birel ART/TM) and the Czech Jindrich Pesl (Parolin/IAME).
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|Thursday||08:30 – 18:27 Free Practice|
|Friday||08:30 – 10:33 Free Practice|
10:50 – 12:36 Qualifying Practice
13:30 – 18:20 Qualifying Heats
|Saturday||08:30 – 10:08 Warm-up|
10:10 – 18:30 Qualifying Heats
|Sunday||08:30 – 10:27 Warm-up|
10:40 – 13:20 Prefinals
14:20 – 14:45 OK Final
14:50 – 15:15 Mini Final
15:20 – 15:45 KZ2 Final
15:50 – 16:15 OK-Junior Final
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