CIK-FIA’s Asian Pacific in KF1 and KF3 has come to a close. In the meantime FIA has awarded the World Champions of karting…

CIK-FIA’s Asian Pacific in KF1 and KF3 has come to a close. In the meantime FIA has awarded the World Champions of karting…

The race that unfolded last weekend at the Kartodromo de Coloane in Macao officially marked the end of the international karting season. Up for grabs on a single match were the Asian Pacific Champion titles for KF1 and KF3.

The queen category featured 14 drivers: victory went to the Japanese Daiki Sasaki (Birel/Parilla), ahead of Jordon Lennox-Lamb (CRG/Maxter) and Pedro Hiltbrand (Kosmic/Vortex). The heated race also saw top moments by Yannick De Brabander (Formula K/TM), winner of the prefinal and author of best lap in the final before he was forced to leave while he was in the lead , and by Flavio Camponeschi (Tony Kart/Vortex), 3rd in prefinal behind Sasaki and also forced to withdraw in the final while he was vying for the title. In KF3 Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart/Vortex) won with a great comeback from the back rows (with also best lap), ahead of Matthew Salomon (Intrepid/TM) and Teruhisa Tanaka (Maddox/Parilla).
This same week FIA awarded the champions of the motorsport world in New Delhi, India: on stage, along with consolidated stars like Sebastian Vettel, also Nyck De Vries, current karting World Champion, and Matthew Graham, Under 18 karting World Champion. 

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