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Angerville has been another great performance by the venetian engines.

ANGERVILLE (FRA) – Rainy, windy, cloudy and sunny; it seems as there were four season in one day during the last round of Cik Fia U18 World Champ and Academy Trophy. 
Both categories showed amazing battles, starting from Academy and its italian driver Mattia Drudi with his iron will and determination: the guy was conscious that he could achieve the round since Saturday, even if he was starting from the fifth raw he got what he was fighting for: the final first place. The most fierce rivals were Lessennes (Race 1 winner), Besancez (second place in Race 2), Lappalainen, who was always in the first names of the ranking, and also Weckstrom's performance has to be reported, final third position and fastest lap in Race 2.We have to say that this concept of karting is the main ingredient of these breathtaking races, all drivers have the same chances to show their talent on the same karts and this is very appreciated in the paddock.

Under 18 category was monopolized by Antoine Hubert who didn't leave anything to his rivals: he won Prefinal 1 and Final, presenting himself as a serious candidate for the World Champion title. Another impressive result arrived from the Parolin driver Seva Gagen, tenacious till the end, but unfortunately he was disqualified because of his underweight, so the second place was assigned to Federico Savona, followed by britishman Ricky Collard. 

Fim staff considers itself satisfied by the reliability of the engines, which have ridden out even this race without problems. During the weekend some engines have been switched in accordance with Cik-Fia autorities, in order to prove the equity of performances; among these engines there were also Hubert's and Savona's engines, which have been switched with other two engines from the rear zone, but the results didn't change: the frenchman won, the italian one arrived second!

Championship standings are still open to many possible winners, so let's see in Bahrain what is going to happen!


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