Torsellini & CRG Win WSK Final Cup
Mirko Torsellini finally grabbed the prestigious result he had so many times missed by the skin of his teeth this year. On a CRG chassis as performing as usual and powered by a Maxter engine excellently set up by the parent company's technicians, the young CRG driver won deservedly the WSK Final Cup title on the International Circuit of Abruzzo in Ortona (Italy). Mirko won the title defeating the new world champion, the Dutch Joey Hanssen, and his most strenuous rival, Marco Zanchetta.
TORSELLINI FROM LAST TO FIRST
Torsellini passed first in KZ2 under the chequered flag of the WSK Final Cup in Ortona and placed overall sixth in the ranking which includes also the KZ1 drivers, finishing his performance preceding two other great CRG fighters such as Davide Forè and Felice Tiene, placed respectively seventh and eighth. On the other hand, the special prize for the unluckiest driver goes to the other standard-bearer of the Italian constructor: Arnaud Kozlinski, who was obliged to retire at half race because of a problem to the transmission chain while occupying the fourth position andaiming at the podium. Anyway, a special praise goes to Tiene, at his debut in the gearbox category, who found himself immediately at ease, as well as his teammate, the English Jordon Lennox-Lamb, overall eleventh at his first experience inKZ1.
The KZ1 title went to Bas Lammers, after fighting first against Hajek and then against Ardigò.
Inthe 60 Mini excellent fifth position of the Spanish Eliseo Martinez Merono, on CRG-Parilla. He was always among the best throughout the whole event until the final placing. The title of the junior category was won by Lorenzo Travisanutto.
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