Win the 45th edition Riccardo Longhi (BirelArt / KZ2), the Russian Pavel Bulantsev (Tony Kart / OKJ), Nikita Bedrin (Tony Kart / Mini 60), Nicholas Zin (CKR / Pro driver Under), Andrea Tonoli (CRG / Prodrive Over ). shifter kart engines.
The exceptional participation of 214 riders from 27 countries at the 45th Trofeo Delle Industrie played on the South Garda Karting circuit in Lonato; he exalted this beautiful 2016 edition that will be remembered among the most beautiful of the events organized by Parma Motorsport in the very long history of this event.
Spectacular and uncertain until the finish even the end who the winners of the category: in KZ2 the Emilian Riccardo Longhi BirelArt-Tm the Emilia Kart team, the OK Junior Russian Pavel Bulantsev of Tony Kart-Vortex of Ward Racing team, 60 Mini the other Russian Nikita Bedrin of Tony Kart-TM the Baby Race team, in Pro driver Under the Venetian Nicolò Zin of CKR-TM and Prodrive over Brescia Andrea Tonoli on CRG-TM.
KZ2. At the end was the pilot of Reggio Emilia Riccardo Longhi, Italian champion in 2015 and made his debut with Emilia Kart on BirelArt-Tm, to be right dell’agguerrita competition. Already among the best in practice and the heats, and won both the pre-final which the Finale, Longhi was confirmed as leader of the finals in both races, before the other great protagonist, the Sienese Mirko Torsellini to debut in turn with CRG official team that has undermined Longhi until the last lap.
In the final race, the third place on the podium won him over former European champion Andrea Dalè, on CRG-TM, while the fourth place was achieved by the new European champion Fabian Federer on CRG-Modena author of an excellent recovery. Following were placed the three bearers of CRK, with Alessandro Pelizzari fifth ahead of Enrico Bernadotte and Lorenzo Giannoni, protagonists in the qualifying phase. The two bearers of Maranello Kart, Thomas Moscow, poleman and better after the heats and Massimo Dante had to settle eighth and ninth place respectively. Tenth concluded the young Dutch Max Tubben on CRG-TM, winner of this year in KZ2 DKM Cup.
OK, JUNIOR. Quite fought and uncertain also OK Junior, where he had been in the pre-Alessandro Giardelli of Tony Kart-Vortex del Lario Motorsport team to prevail and even in the early laps of the Final. In the decider, however, he managed to take the lead Russian Pavel Bulantsev of Tony Kart-Vortex Team Ward Racing and to conclude with the victory confirming his qualities Velo cistic he already expressed in practice and the heats. Giardelli has therefore had to settle for second place in a sprint finish that also saw the Spaniard Genis Civic, on Croc-Tm of DPK Racing, in the leading group and conclude with the third position. He finished fourth Swede Hampus Eriksson (Tony Kart-Vortex) on the German Niklas Kuerten (FA-Vortex).
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