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System Regional – RACE 3: STILL VESTI – NEWPAPER24

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2019-04-14 16:01:00

The Danish is the actual hero of the primary appointment of the System Regional

It’s Frederik Vesti (Prema Powerteam) to be essentially the most profitable driver of the primary appointment of the System Regional European Championship licensed by FIA, with two wins and a 3rd place. 

Superb additionally his teammate, Enzo Fittipaldi who, with a second place in race 1, successful in race 2 (end result nonetheless provisional) and a second place in race 3, is second normally standings. 

In race Three grid has Vesti in pole, adopted by David Schumacher, son of F1 Champion Ralf, after which Fittipaldi and Caldwell. Firstly Schumacher is quick and takes the lead, however has to give up to the very aggressive Vesti. After lap one snake sees Vesti, Schumacher, Fittipaldi and Fraga within the first four positions.

Additional again Lappalainen (Kic Motorsport) is concerned in an accident and is out, whereas a number of laps later additionally his teammate Blomqvist retires. 11 minutes to the top of the race Fittipaldi makes a tremendous overtake on Schumacher, who was truly properly resisting to the assaults of the Brazilian. 

Nice battle for fifth place additionally between Guzman and Caldwell, the youngest driver of the lot, with solely 16 years of age. Problem is nice with Caldwell making an attempt for a lot of laps to overhaul the Mexican, however by no means actually managing to beat fifth. The state of affairs adjustments when Igor Fraga (DR Racing by RP Motorsport) loses the road in a curve and is then reached by the opposite two drivers. Guzman tries to overhaul his teammate, however the two lastly crash into one another and are out of the race with broken vehicles. Caldwell thanks and conquers 4th place. A constructive race additionally by Sophia Floersch with an excellent fifth place.



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FIA Karting – Taponen and Patterson unbeaten – NEWPAPER24

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2019-04-20 18:02:00


On the finish of a sunny day on Saturday in Angerville dedicated to the Qualification Heats which have been marked by thrilling races, Dexter Patterson and Tuuka Taponen are in the most effective positions in OK and in Junior respectively earlier than the final Heats remaining to run on Sunday morning 

Saturday was bathed by clear sunshine, despite the fact that a relentless wind attenuated the sensation of warmth. In Angerville, the primary Competitors of the 2019 FIA ​​Karting European Championship – OK & Junior has stored its guarantees relating to the depth of the clashes in the course of the 24 Qualifying Heats contested. In absolute phrases, the efficiency gaps remained very tight, with the racing punctuated by twists with typically heavy penalties. The primary corners after the beginning have been the scene of a number of skirmishes, the unhooked entrance fairings producing the inevitable penalties whereas some mechanical issues have had their impact on the positions within the night. The Qualifying Heats will proceed once more on Sunday morning with six on the programme, one per driver, earlier than the definitive record of 34 Drivers certified for the Finals is revealed in every of the 2 classes.

Patterson dominates with out interruption in OK

The poleman Pedro Hiltbrand (ESP) was delayed by a mechanical failure and Dexter Patterson (GBR) continued his spectacular run on the entrance of the Qualifying Heats with 4 wins. Juho Valtanen (FIN), Taylor Barnard (GBR) and Gabriele Mini’ (ITA) remained formidable opponents, preserving the identical order as in Qualifying Follow within the wake of the chief. Dilano Van T’Hoff (NLD) was rewarded for his efforts in regaining dozen locations, forward of Kas Haverkort (NLD) who stored himself in place, then sturdy performances that moved them up the rankings from Sebastian Ögaard (DNK), Alessandro Irlando (ITA) and Kirill Smal (RUS). Matias Salonen (FIN) additionally gained lots of locations.

Taponen faultless in Junior

Ranked 4th in Qualifying, Finland’s Tuuka Taponen was indisputably the hero of the day in OK-Junior with an ideal rating of 4 wins over Jamie Day (ARE) and Thomas Ten Brinke (NLD), who’ve two wins every. Not removed from them, James Wharton (AUS), Ugo Ugochukwu (USA) and Tymoteusz Kucharczyk (POL), all three winners of a Warmth, accomplished the record of highest ranked. Conrad Laursen (NLD) and Josep Maria Marti Sobrepera (ESP) have been among the many drivers within the high 10 since Qualifying, whereas the poleman Macéo Capietto (FRA) and the Third-placed Alex Dunne (IRL) dropped again. Andrea Kimi Antonelli had not recovered as a lot as he may have hoped, and Laurens Van Hoepen (NLD) aggravated his state of affairs, however Rafael Chaves Camara (BRA) managed to cut back the handicap of his missed Qualifying.

Timetable for Sunday, 21st April

10:30 – 12:25: Qualifying Heats

13:20 – 14:20: OK Ultimate

14:20 – 15:40: Junior Ultimate

The Angerville Competitors might be adopted on the official FIA Karting Championship app for iOS and Android cell gadgets and on the web site.



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FIA Karting – Capietto and Hiltbrand on pole at Angerville – NEWPAPER24

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2019-04-19 17:41:00


The  Kart Grand Prix of France, organised from 18th to 21st April at Angerville, not removed from Paris, opens the 2019 FIA ​​Karting European Championship – OK & Junior. In excessive temperatures for the season and the venue, the Qualifying Practices have established an preliminary hierarchy among the many 147 Drivers current. Younger Macéo Capietto (FRA) set the quickest time in OK-Junior, whereas the skilled Pedro Hiltbrand (ESP) was delighted together with his pole place in OK

The 1198m of the Angerville circuit was new to most Drivers within the 2019 FIA ​​Karting European Championship – OK & Junior. Heat sunshine bathed the monitor on Friday which was dedicated to the final Free Practices, after which to the Qualifying Practices from 15:30 onwards. Because the temperature continued to rise barely over the timed periods, efficiency tended to comply with a reverse curve. Nevertheless the phenomenon remained restricted with very shut instances between the protagonists.

Capietto for the primary time

Macéo Capietto (FRA) lastly outperformed all of his rivals by reaching the quickest time in OK-Junior within the first group. Credited with a wonderful 50”778, Capietto clinched the primary pole place of his younger profession, 7 thousandths forward of James Wharton (AUS). In third place, Alexander Dunne (IRL) was 39 thousandths behind. Tuuka Taponen (FIN) and Artem Severiukhin (RUS) completed near them to finish the highest 5. Within the nearly summer season warmth, the Junior Drivers might have suffered greater than their Vega tyres. As said by the poleman on the press convention, the Qualifying Heats are anticipated to be extremely contested, with a number of seeds needing to recuperate earlier than the Remaining.

“I’m very blissful to have managed to take pole place. My opponents barely lowered the tempo within the final lap and I took the chance to proceed to assault. I used to be lucky to have slightly slipstream and that is it! I do know it will likely be troublesome tomorrow within the heats as a result of the sphere could be very robust. Nevertheless, I intend to reap the benefits of my place on the entrance row and my information of the monitor to remain on the forefront,” stated Macéo Capietto.

Again to the foreground for Hiltbrand

Topped FIA Karting World Champion in 2016 on the introduction of the OK class, Pedro Hiltbrand (ESP) was visibly delighted to have been the quickest within the Qualifying Practices at Angerville: “It has been a very long time since I’ve managed a pole place! It is at all times a great way to start out a Competitors. After all, the highway remains to be lengthy and it will likely be obligatory to barter the Qualifying Heats first. The warmth doesn’t trouble me particularly and I may see through the preliminary assessments that the LeCont tyres didn’t appear to undergo both. We will assault with out reservations.”

With a time of 48”795, Hiltbrand beat Dexter Patterson (GBR) by 12 thousandths and Juho Valtanen (FIN) by 14 thousandths of a second. To finish the highest 5, Taylor Barnard (GBR) and Gabriele Mini’ (ITA) remained inside a tenth.

Estimated Timetable for Saturday, 20th April

08:00 – 09:25: Heat-up

09:30 – 18:20: Qualifying Heats

The Angerville Competitors will be adopted on the official FIA Karting Championship app for iOS and Android cellular gadgets and on the web site www.cikfia.com.

 

Capietto et Hiltbrand en pole place à Angerville

Le Kart Grand Prix de France, organisé du 18 au 21 avril à Angerville, non loin de Paris, ouvre le Championnat d’Europe FIA Karting – OK & Junior 2019. Sous des températures élevées pour la saison et le lieu, les Essais Qualificatifs ont établi une première hiérarchie parmi les 147 Pilotes présents. Le jeune Macéo Capietto (FRA) a signé le meilleur temps en OK-Junior, tandis que l’expérimenté Pedro Hiltbrand (ESP) était ravi de sa pole place en OK.

 

Les 1198 m du tracé d’Angerville ont proposé un nouveau cadre à la plupart des Pilotes du Championnat d’Europe FIA Karting – OK & Junior 2019. Un chaud soleil baignait la journée de vendredi consacrée aux derniers Essais Libres, puis aux Essais Qualificatifs à partir de 15h30. Alors que la température continuait à monter légèrement au fil des séries chronométrées, les performances avaient tendance à suivre une courbe inverse. Le phénomène restait cependant très limité avec des temps très proches entre les protagonistes.

 

Capietto pour la première fois

Macéo Capietto (FRA) a finalement devancé tous ses adversaires en réalisant le meilleur temps OK-Junior dans le premier groupe. Crédité d’un wonderful 50”778, Capietto s’adjugeait la première pole place de sa jeune carrière 7 millièmes devant James Wharton (AUS). En 3e place, Alexander Dunne (IRL) pointait à 39 millièmes. Tuuka Taponen (FIN) et Artem Severiukhin (RUS) terminaient tout près dans le high 5. Sous une chaleur presque estivale, les Pilotes Junior ont peut-être davantage souffert que leurs pneumatiques Vega. Comme le précisait le poleman lors de la conférence de presse, les Manches Qualificatives s’annoncent très disputées, plusieurs têtes de série ayant besoin de remonter avant la Finale.

« Je suis très content material d’avoir réussi à prendre la pole place. Mes adversaires ont légèrement baissé le rythme dans le dernier tour et j’en ai profité pour continuer à attaquer. J’ai eu la likelihood de pouvoir bénéficier d’une petite aspiration et voilà ! Je sais que cela va être difficile dès demain dans les manches parce que le plateau est très relevé. Je compte cependant profiter de ma place en première ligne et de ma connaissance de la piste pour rester aux avant-postes » a déclaré Macéo Capietto. 

Retour au premier plan pour Hiltbrand

Couronné Champion du Monde FIA Karting en 2016 lors de l’introduction de la catégorie OK, Pedro Hiltbrand (ESP) était visiblement ravi d’avoir été le plus rapide des Essais Qualificatifs à Angerville : « Cela faisait bien longtemps que je n’avais pas réussi une pole place !

 C’est toujours un élément positif pour commencer une Compétition. Bien sûr, le parcours est encore lengthy et il faudra d’abord bien négocier les Manches Qualificatives. La chaleur ne me gêne pas spécialement et j’ai pu constater lors de assessments préliminaires que les pneus LeCont ne semblaient pas en souffrir non plus. Nous allons pouvoir attaquer sans réserve ».

Avec son temps de 48”795, Hiltbrand devançait Dexter Patterson (GBR) de 12 millièmes et Juho Valtanen (FIN) de 14 millièmes de seconde. Pour compléter le high 5, Taylor Barnard (GBR) et Gabriele Mini’ (ITA) restaient groupés en moins d’un dixième.

Horaires prévisionnels du samedi 20 avril

08h00 – 09h25 : warm-up

09h30 – 18h20 : manches qualificatives

La Compétition d’Angerville est à suivre sur l’software officielle FIA Karting Championship pour terminaux mobiles IOS et Android et sur le web site www.cikfia.com.



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Shwartzman shifts up a gear in last F3 take a look at – NEWPAPER24

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2019-04-18 15:14:00

Robert Shwartzman was quickest on Day 2 of the Closing FIA Method Three pre-season assessments in Budapest, Hungary. The rampant Russian set the very best time within the morning session, lapping the circuit in 1:30.746. This time was the very best of Budapest testing total. ART Grand Prix’s Christian Lundgaard and PREMA teammate Jehan Daruvala accomplished the highest 3.

 

No sooner had the thirty automobiles hit the monitor on Day 2 of Testing in Budapest, had been they having to return to the pits. Andreas Estner had stopped at Flip 9 leading to a pink flag simply minutes into the session. The drivers swiftly received again on the market and Jüri Vips wasted no time in setting the early tempo with 1:32.002.

 

The acquainted sight of Leonardo Pulcini main the pack was noticed half an hour into the session, when the automobiles dipped beneath 1m32s. With this achieved, PREMA Racing, Carlin Buzz Racing, Campos Racing, Jenzer Motorsport and ART Grand Prix all switched to new slick tyres, maybe signifying a Qualifying simulation.

 

The most effective time from Day One in every of testing yesterday was crushed by the speedy Robert Shwartzman. Yuki Tsunoda, David Beckmann and Jake Hughes had been all jostling for second place, however nobody had been capable of enhance on the pace of the Russian from PREMA, earlier than a Purple Flag midway by means of the session compelled the automobiles again into the pitlane, attributable to Alex Peroni stopping on Flip 10.

 

The 1m31s barrier was damaged for the primary time on this 12 months’s F3 Budapest Testing once they restarted, as Christian Lundgaard flew around the monitor to set a greatest time of 1:30.940. To not be outdone, Shwartzman reclaimed the highest spot after we entered the ultimate hour, beating Lundgaard’s lap by 0.194s.

 

The Ferrari Academy driver continued to paved the way for the ultimate hour and couldn’t be knocked off prime spot. The 19-year-old was solely separated by his PREMA teammates Jehan Daruvala and Marcus Armstrong in third and fourth by the second positioned Lundgaard. The remainder of the highest ten was accomplished by Tsunoda, Beckmann, Hughes, Raoul Hyman, Liam Lawson and Max Fewtrell.

 

Yuki Tsunoda was the only driver again out on monitor when testing restarted within the afternoon and set the bar at 1:32.177, forward of the opposite automobiles returning onto the Hungaroring circuit, with temperatures hitting 18 levels.

 

There have been successive pink flags after Sebastian Fernandez stopped on the pit lane entry and Pulcini stopped at Flip 2. Following this, Jenzer continued to dominate the afternoon and had their trio of drivers within the entrance three. Tsunoda led teammates Artem Petrov and Andreas Estner, whereas lots of the groups targeted on their lap depend. There was little shakeup within the order previous to a pink flag when Jüri Vips stopped at Flip 11.

 

With lower than 15 minutes remaining, Felipe Drugovich and Shwartzman broke into the highest 3, propping up frontman Tsunoda. Petrov, Hughes, Vips, Pedro Piquet, Hyman, Bent Viscaal and Niko Kari then made up the remainder of the highest ten.

 

This concluded the ultimate FIA Method Three pre-season assessments and the drivers and the groups will now stay up for the primary race weekend of the season, in Barcelona, Spain, on 10-12 Might 2019.

FIA Method Three Budapest Check – Day 2 Morning Session

 

 

DRIVER

TEAM

LAPTIME

LAPS

1

Robert Shwartzman

PREMA Racing

1:30.746

37

2

Christian Lundgaard

ART Grand Prix

1:30.940

53

3

Jehan Daruvala

PREMA Racing

1:31.021

27

4

Marcus Armstrong

PREMA Racing

1:31.122

27

5

Yuki Tsunoda

Jenzer Motorsport

1:31.146

39

6

David Beckmann

ART Grand Prix

1:31.184

55

7

Jake Hughes

HWA RACELAB

1:31.207

54

8

Raoul Hyman

Sauber Junior Group by Charouz

1:31.213

37

9

Liam Lawson

MP Motorsport

1:31.273

53

10

Max Fewtrell

ART Grand Prix

1:31.291

58

11

Jüri Vips

Hitech Grand Prix

1:31.347

48

12

Leonardo Pulcini

Hitech Grand Prix

1:31.384

47

13

Fabio Scherer

Sauber Junior Group by Charouz

1:31.442

54

14

Sebastian Fernandez

Campos Racing

1:31.442

36

15

Niko Kari

Trident

1:31.467

41

16

Lirim Zendeli

Sauber Junior Group by Charouz

1:31.501

48

17

Pedro Piquet

Trident

1:31.503

32

18

Richard Verschoor

MP Motorsport

1:31.508

51

19

Alexander Peroni

Campos Racing

1:31.530

46

20

Simo Laaksonen

MP Motorsport

1:31.604

51

21

Ye Yifei

Hitech Grand Prix

1:31.670

48

22

Artem Petrov

Jenzer Motorsport

1:31.692

37

23

Felipe Drugovich

Carlin Buzz Racing

1:31.704

41

24

Logan Sargeant

Carlin Buzz Racing

1:31.785

33

25

Andreas Estner

Jenzer Motorsport

1:31.964

27

26

Devlin DeFrancesco

Trident

1:32.106

44

27

Bent Viscaal

HWA RACELAB

1:32.146

52

28

Teppei Natori

Carlin Buzz Racing

1:32.415

34

29

Keyvan Andres

HWA RACELAB

1:32.549

45

30

Alessio Deledda

Campos Racing

1:33.320

44

FIA Method Three Budapest Check – Day 2 Afternoon Session

 

 

DRIVER

TEAM

LAPTIME

LAPS

1

Yuki Tsunoda

Jenzer Motorsport

1:32.177

50

2

Felipe Drugovich

Carlin Buzz Racing

1:32.382

49

3

Robert Shwartzman

PREMA Racing

1:32.464

53

4

Artem Petrov

Jenzer Motorsport

1:32.520

48

5

Jake Hughes

HWA RACELAB

1:32.547

27

6

Jüri Vips

Hitech Grand Prix

1:32.733

32

7

Pedro Piquet

Trident

1:32.733

57

8

Raoul Hyman

Sauber Junior Group by Charouz

1:32.800

42

9

Bent Viscaal

HWA RACELAB

1:32.880

45

10

Niko Kari

Trident

1:32.905

56

11

Andreas Estner

Jenzer Motorsport

1:32.939

48

12

Jehan Daruvala

PREMA Racing

1:33.006

49

13

Keyvan Andres

HWA RACELAB

1:33.017

46

14

Liam Lawson

MP Motorsport

1:33.114

36

15

Marcus Armstrong

PREMA Racing

1:33.123

50

16

Simo Laaksonen

MP Motorsport

1:33.195

39

17

Alexander Peroni

Campos Racing

1:33.212

41

18

Teppei Natori

Carlin Buzz Racing

1:33.455

48

19

Richard Verschoor

MP Motorsport

1:33.827

35

20

Lirim Zendeli

Sauber Junior Group by Charouz

1:33.849

56

21

Devlin DeFrancesco

Trident

1:33.925

44

22

David Beckmann

ART Grand Prix

1:33.950

41

23

Sebastian Fernandez

Campos Racing

1:33.983

43

24

Ye Yifei

Hitech Grand Prix

1:33.990

37

25

Max Fewtrell

ART Grand Prix

1:34.085

37

26

Logan Sargeant

Carlin Buzz Racing

1:34.193

46

27

Leonardo Pulcini

Hitech Grand Prix

1:34.227

32

28

Fabio Scherer

Sauber Junior Group by Charouz

1:34.299

55

29

Alessio Deledda

Campos Racing

1:34.311

23

30

Christian Lundgaard

ART Grand Prix

1:34.424

40



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