Karting: (ENG) In Sarno ”volcano works” for RMCGF 2016 with the six world champions.

Chequered flag for the Karting marathon of the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals that performed its incredible motorsport show on the well noted Circuito Internazionale Napoli, Sarno’s track in Italy.

Six days, a motorsport Karting journey along the last week litterally full of passion, emotion and competition as the claim on poster’s event said. The event has been the world Grand Finals by Rotax and the Circuito, Sarno’s Karting venue, has offer the best sport stage for this incredible show. New track layout, new track surface, over one hundred fifty personell plus the Rotax crew involved, over 65 media personell from alla round the world in a brand new press room highly equipped to spread the show.
From the 359 drivers as participants, on Saturday, day of the finals race, only 207 helmets on track in the six classes of the RMCGrandFinals. Early days with a tricky track and crazy meteo condition but a beatiful sun for the Finals.

Micro Max. 35 micro champions on grid for the Finals. Pole position spot for american J. Egozi. 10 laps for the race and on top for the final and for Rotax micro world title is the other driver from the States, Diego Laroque on board of kart with Rotax Micro engine and Praga chassis.
Mini Max. 36 drivers on track for 12 laps. Kart vehicles powered by Rotax with Italian BirelArt chassis. Start from first position canadian T. Nepveu with french H. David. An amazing race with springbok’ driver J. Els that from the tenth spot, won the race!!
Junior Max. Hectic race during the 17 laps and after on race bureau. Start from the pole danish M. Lund with british J. Hoggard. Is the Italian M. Settimo to won on track after a great performance but a standing revolution made by race controller assign a penality to Italian guy who fall on fifth position and victory to M. Kimber from Uk.
Max. It is just a business for russian driver D. Mavlanov. Starting from the pole, gain a clear victory in his own class powered by Rotax and french chassis Sodì.
DD2 Master. Pole position for the flying dutch D. Kroes. It is the battle between finnish A. Ollikainen and australian L. Mitchener to magnify the show on track. At the end of the 20 laps is the springbok to gain the top of the podium. Karts vehicles powered by Rotax and Sodì chassis.
DD2. First raw on grid for J. Hart (NZL) with F. Kancsar (HUN) on the group with gearbox engine by Rotax and chassis by BirelArt. Amazing race one more time and is the really competitive driver from Hungary to be the DD2 world champion for the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals, 2016 Sarno’s edition.