In KZ2, Viktor Gustavsson's weekend was nothing short of perfect. In fact, after the excellent second-best time obtained in the qualifiers, the Swede took control of all four Qualifying Heats, achieving as many as 4 fastest laps. Then, in the final, in which he was always in command and triumphed well ahead of the others, it was once again Gustavsson who achieved the best lap of the race.
Now, thanks to this splendid victory, the overall championship standings are on the Swede’s side, firmly in the lead with all 35 points up for grabs this weekend.
But in addition to success in Adria, the Leclerc By Lennox Racing team also fielded Benjamin Törnqvist for the first time after the resumption of the season, and welcomed the new entry Luca Bosco, who began his European Championship by coming very close to qualifying for the decisive race.
In KZ, on the other hand, Matteo Viganò managed to achieve a great performance even if a certain bas taste remains in the mouth for how the final ended. In reality, Viganò's qualification was not perfect, but the Italian pushed through the group in the Qualifying Heats where, thanks to a fourth, fifth and third place, he managed to move up to the second row for the start of the final, where he achieved an excellent starting point that he used to move into second position after only two bends. In the second part of the race, Viganò decisively tried to attack the first position, but was forced to withdraw on the penultimate lap, just when he had managed to put pressure on the leader of the race.
However, there is not much time for the Leclerc By Lennox Racing team to celebrate Viktor Gustavsson’s victory. In fact, this weekend the drivers of the OK and OKJ classes will be back on track for the second round of the FIA Karting European Championship to be held at the Naples International Circuit.