BREATHTAKING FINALS FOR THE FIA KARTING TITLES IN GERMANY
On Sunday morning, the Super Heats had already given a glimpse of the competition at Wackersdorf. But that was nothing compared to the afternoon’s Finals, which produced a breathtaking spectacle with many unexpected twists and turns. At the end of a memorable FIA Karting competition, Italy’s Paolo Ippolito was crowned KZ World Champion, Germany’s Niels Tröger won the KZ2 World Cup and Italy’s Davide Forè added the FIA Karting International Super Cup – KZ2 Masters to his impressive list of honours.
The constant fine weather over the Upper Palatinate for several days made a major contribution to the success of an FIA Karting event of rare intensity, with 25° in the morning and 30° in the afternoon. The 1190m Pro Kart Raceland circuit and the quality of the organisation were also major factors in this success. Crowded into the grandstand, on the balconies and all around the track, the public enjoyed a first-class sporting spectacle. Although the LeCont tyres used in the three categories were put under pressure, they were not criticised. FIA Karting President Akbar Ebrahim made a point of being present in Wackersdorf. Broadcast live from Friday afternoon on Motorsport.tv, the FIA Karting website and its networks, the event attracted a large international audience.