As the 2023 karting season gets closer, Parolin Motorsport is pleased to announce a new collaboration with the Modena Kart team, who will use Parolin chassis to compete in both national and international events and will be directly supported by the Italian constructor.
The WSK Final Cup, which has just finished in Lonato, confirmed the competitiveness of Parolin Motorsport and brought solid results despite much tougher competition than in Sarno the week before.
The WSK Final Cup, the last international championship of the season, got off to a turbulent start in Sarno on the first weekend of November.
Between chassis development work and the transition of some of its drivers to the next category, the Italian team has been working hard to prepare for the 2023 season.
The competition proved to be very demanding for the machines and for the drivers, especially with regard to the new track surface.
At the same time as the FIA Karting World Championship in Le Mans, the first WSK Super Cup by MINI, a unique event for the international Mini category, took place in Southern Italy.
Lorenzo Travisanutto, winner of the 2021 KZ2 International Super Cup, has completed his first season in the world’s elite KZ category in fine style.
After winning the Final and taking 2nd in the OK Championship with Deligny, 2nd in Mini with Costoya and 5th in OK-Junior with Khavalkin, Parolin Motorsport has again recorded significant progress during the closing of the WSK Euro Series on the Sarno circuit.
Parolin Motorsport’s 11 drivers performed very well in three of the four categories at the opening round of the WSK Euro Series in Lonato.