WSK Super Master Sarno: Photo Review

The Photographic review of the final round of the 2019 WSK Super Master series.

Italian Antonelli seized the title in OKJ even though he didn't take part to the final.

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

Fast Taylor Barnard concludes a solid weekend behind his teammate, Dexter Patterson.

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

This was the only front row we saw in OK in Sarno: Patterson and Barnard killed it!

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

The Kart Republic family monopolized the podium in OK: Patterson, Barnard and Travisanutto P3 with Team HTP.

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

Racing was super close for the KR duo in OK. Patterson dominated the whole week end but actually won the final by a hair!

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

Italian KZ Super Star, Marco Ardigò, in action.

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

Racing in Sarno, under the Vesuvius, definitely looks amazing!

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

Rashid Al Dhaheri concludes in style, by winning the final and taking the champion cup.

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

William Silverholm achieves a well deserved podium after climbing the rank in the OKJ final.

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

OK Champion for this WSK Super Master Series, Dexter Patterson. Look at him, we might see his face around in the future...

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

The start of a KZ final always looks incredible in Sarno!

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

Bas Lammers was just too quick for anyone in Sarno... also very flexible!

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

Marco Ardigò couldn't help watching his rival taking the lead and flying away in the final.

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

One of the nicest drivers in the world, the dutchman Bas Lammers, celebrates his win with Sodi.

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

Jamaican sensation Alex Powell, didn't go over P6 in the final. That wasn't enough to take the title in MINI Class.

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

Here's the final podium in MINI Class: Al Dhaheri P1, Powell P2 and Eyckmans P3. After the podium celebrations the result was updated after a mistake, with the inversion of P2 and P3.

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

Andrea Kimi Antonelli didn't take part to the final because of contact occurred in his pre final. He retained enough points to win the OKJ Championship anyway. Saveriukhin P2 and Day P3 completed the podium.

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)

The Italian Antonelli celebrates his success with Rosberg Racing Academy.

(Manuela Nicoletti Photo)
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Leonardo Marseglia
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