WSK Super Master: Sarno Photo Review Published: Sunday, April 23rd, 2017 Analysis of the season finale of WSK's tune-up to the CIK European Championships. 1 of 20 Next Juniors having a friendly moment before the start of the heat. Close Previous 2 of 20 Next Caio Collet super motivated for his heat. Close Previous 3 of 20 Next Marijn Kremers watching closely other heats and helping. Close Previous 4 of 20 Next Got a bit windy on top of the Tony Kart terrace. Close Previous 5 of 20 Next Paolo de Conto getting ready. The World Champion has been struggling in recent races, can’t wait to see him fight back in front. Close Previous 6 of 20 Next Bridgestone constantly monitoring the track temperatures and performance of their tires. Close Previous 7 of 20 Next Pedro Hiltbrand getting back on form in Sarno, but his speed wasn’t enough to beat Karol Basz. Close Previous 8 of 20 Next Young Pourchaire put a great performance running at the front of his heats and showing a thing or two to his more experienced rivals. Close Previous 9 of 20 Next Kas Haverkort has been extremely fast in most of his races ever since he appeared in international karting last year, but either due to bad luck or lack of experience he has struggled to deliver the results. He’s a very fast, smart and motivated driver and should be expected to start showing some really strong results soon. Close Previous 10 of 20 Next The face when you get taken out while making good progress. To be honest I was there but was following another group so I didn’t see what happened, but for sure the driver’s facial expression inside the helmet and the body language say a lot. Close Previous 11 of 20 Next It was surprising to see a marshal struggling to understand why the kart wouldn’t move easily when pulling it from the front side. Close Previous 12 of 20 Next Christopher Lulham put a great performance all weekend, and won everything except one heat where his engine failed, made it back to the front in the prefinal, and was leading the final until he got taken out by a competitors mistake. Close Previous 13 of 20 Next Jeremy Iglesias pulls the covers off his kart on the grid. I haven’t noticed a lot of drivers coming to the grid in a covered kart. I can’t think of many things you’d want to hide at this stage of the race, but can see how much you’d want to protect the kart from the sun. The Frenchman was really fast however and was expected to race for the win but didn’t have the pace and while he did lead several laps, he finished outside the podium in 4th. Close Previous 14 of 20 Next Ulysse de Pauw had a spectacular engine failure in the middle of the straight line while he was making some good progress. Was he pushing too hard? He still managed to finish 3rd overall in the series standings. Close Previous 15 of 20 Next Amazing Karol Basz pulled a big lead off everyone else as soon as he passed to first and went on to win the race! Close Previous 16 of 20 Next Simo Puhakka was nearly written off before this race, after a sudden dismissal from CRG and switch to Kosmic. He was dominant straight away with his new team, showing his great skill, leading almost every lap he drove, just for his engine to fail him halfway through the final. Expect a lot from him next race! Close Previous 17 of 20 Next Following Puhakka’s retirement, teammate Patrik Hajek was there to pick up the victory after a great drive and make it 2 in a row! Close Previous 18 of 20 Next Great sport spirit with a hug between race winner Patrik Hajek, and series winner Bas Lammers! Close Previous 19 of 20 Next KZ2 Podium: Patrik Hajek, Anthony Abbasse, Bas Lammers. Close Previous 20 of 20 Bas Lammers celebrates winning the series with a long jump off the podium! Close Photos taken by Alex Vernardis / The RaceBox at the 2017 WSK Super Master round in Sarno, Italy, April 7-9.