In the opening race of the WSK Super Master Series, Parolin Racing Kart has demonstrated the competitiveness of its equipment against strong competition. After the good performances recorded a week earlier at the same circuit of Adria, Parolin simply grabbed the top three places in 60 Mini and came close to victory in OK-Junior in very varied and often difficult conditions.
Marco Parolin was delighted by the turn of events at the beginning of the season. The new orientation of the brand towards the youth categories promises to be a promising success: “The drivers who shined this weekend in our colours are undeniably good drivers promised a bright future. We are proud that our chassis are contributing to their sporting ascent. We have worked actively to provide high-performance equipment that is accessible to all drivers and teams at the same time. We are very happy with this success in the two categories in which we have chosen to invest this year. It’s very rewarding for us.”
“We are in a very successful period in 60 Mini, but we will not let our guard down. The season is just beginning and we look forward to making the most of our current advantage to increase our potential and keep us at the top of the game. The development continues down to the smallest detail. It is the same in OK-Junior where we are already very fast with Gabriele Mini, who remains, do not forget, a rookie. He proved that he is already very competitive. Alessandro Cenedese, who was competing in his second Junior race, also had some good performances. The Parolin drivers, their entourage and the mechanics are delighted and there is an excellent atmosphere in our new awning. It is an important element so that everyone can give their best.”
Parolin accounted for nearly 30% of the 60 Mini entry at Adria. The Parolin chassis already achieved three of the four fastest times in Qualifying and confirmed by taking the top three places in the Final. Success was not long in coming for the young Norwegian Martinius Stenshorne, followed in 2nd place by the Pole Tymoteusz Kucharczyk, who posted the fastest lap in the race and was the record holder of the event. Brando Badoer, in a very elegant style, was once again on the podium to ensure Parolin’s triumph.
Gabriele Mini put on a great demonstration in OK-Junior. Delayed in his last Qualifying Heat, he made it a point of honour to win his Prefinal. He continued his momentum in the Final, attacking at the right moment to take the lead of the race a few laps from the finish. He missed his goal by a fraction, after being hit hard in the last corners. His 2nd place nonetheless marks an important step in his rapid progression in Junior and suggests other leading results will soon come.
The entire Parolin Racing Kart team is getting ready right now for the rest of the season, which has started in a very positive way. The next meeting of the Winter Cup in Lonato promises to be exciting for all those who have chosen to trust Parolin.