Two New Titles for CRG at WSK Euro SeriesTweet
Since the launch of the WSK series, CRG has won a number of very important titles in these popular and hard-fought Championships. At the final round held at Zuera, CRG conquered two of the four titles at stake: Alex Palou (CRG-BMB) triumphed in KF3 and Jorrit Pex (CRG-TM) in KZ1.
As the latter noted, these successes are all the more important because they have come at the end of a Championship held on four different tracks, in conditions that are never identical. And in all cases, CRG chassis were up to expectations.
KZ1: Another Success for Pex and CRG
KZ2: Victory Vanishes
KF2: Tiene Becomes Vice Champion
KF3: Palou In Control of the Situation
Euan Jeffery, CRG team manager: “We are very happy for the results we got in this WSK Euro Series, where we won two titles out of four categories. In KF3 we won thanks to Alex Palou, and it was no piece of cake. The first three drivers of the championship battled until the end, and Alex did a great job to bring the title to CRG. We have also other CRG drivers who did very well in KF3, such as Vitor Baptista, who's getting more and more performing, and Zachary Claman Demelo. On the other hand, In KZ2, we didn't make the grade because of the accident occurred to Jordon Lennox in Final-2, after his great victory in Final-1. It's a shame, 'cause we could have got another title. There was a great battle in KF2, and Felice Tiene achieved agreat result arriving in second. Also Ingrid Girard did very well in the heats, while for Nicolaj Moller Madsen we need to take in consideration the factthat it was the first time for him on CRG and he needs more time to get theknack of it. In KZ1 Jorrit Pex managed to get another record in the WSK after the one achieved in the CIK-FIA European Championship. A great result, awesome indeed. Good performance also for Jonathan Thonon and Davide Forè, among the best throughout the whole weekend even though they didn't gather what they deserved in the final; while Fabian Federer managed to do a great recovery. Now, our next appointment is in Sarno, for the KZ1 and KZ2 World Cup, in September."
Alex Palou (KF3): “I managed to redeem myself for the bad performance in the European Championship in England, and I'm glad of this title of the WSK Euro Series, won right in my Country. Winning the championship was hard, because there are the best drivers of the world. I want to say thank you to CRG for the assistance they gave me. Now I'm really confident for my next appointment in the KF3 World Cup, which is due next 23rd September here in Zuera."
Jordon Lennox-Lamb (KZ2): “I want to apologize because I overreacted after my accident with Johansson, but I was furious for my rivals' strategy. Now I just want to focus on my next appointments: I will run in the KZ2 World Cup in Sarno and also in the KF2 World Cup here in Zuera. Then I'll close with the KF1 World Championship in Macao. I just want to leave this episode behind."
KZ1: 1. Pex points 209; 2. Dreezen 124; 3. Kozlinski 82; 4. Convers 78; 5. Ardigò 70; 6. Hajek 58; 7. De Conto 57; 8. Hanley 57; 9. Lammers 56; 10. Abbasse 46.
KZ2: 1. Juodvirsis points 178; 2. Negro 137; 3. Orcic 111; 4. Davies 108; 5. Torsellini 99; 6. Lennox 94; 7. Doubek 78; 8. Zanchetta 47; 9. Delli Compagni 42; 10. Arrue 34.
KF2: 1. Leclerc points 232; 2. Tiene 98; 3. Fuoco 90; 4. Barnicoat 83; 5. Camponeschi 76; 6. Verstappen 62; 7. Joyner 51; 8. Fioravanti 44; 9. Olsen 44; 10. Rudakov 37.
KF3: 1. Palou points 211; 2. Ilott 204; 3. Lorandi 163; 4. Russell 121; 5. Kodric 110; 6. Boccolacci 92; 7. Sitnikov 82; 8. Ticktum 70; 9. Corberi 50; 9. Sargeant 43; 10. Ferrucci 32.