After the intense winter months spent in planning and defining the targets of what will certainly be a season full of challenges, the newborn Exprit Racing Team is ready to make its début in the international karting. During the tests carried out under the leadership of the Team Manager and KZ 2018 World Champion Patrik Hajek, our drivers could feel at ease with the Exprit Noesis R chassis powered by Vortex and are now ready for the first official competitive event: the WSK Super Master Series. On the occasion of the 1st round, scheduled this weekend at the Adria karting Raceway (Italy), we will have the opportunity to measure ourselves against a top-level line-up, both in OKJ and OK.
Our standard bearer in the OK-Junior class will be Oscar Wurz, driver coming from the 60 Mini, where he already run in WSK races. The young Austrian will meet his brother Charlie Wurz under our tent, who, after the positive experience in the 2019 FIA Karting Academy Trophy will now take the first steps in the OK category.
Still concerning the OK, Kajus Siksnelis, back from an excellent path in Junior ended with the third position at the 2019FIA Karting Junior World Championship and the victory on the last edition of the FIA Karting Academy Trophy, will surely be one of the top drivers of the Exprit Racing Team, set to play a leading role. Another driver will complete our line-up: Toni Kayla Naude, at her début in OK too.
The official website www.wskarting.it will guarantee full coverage of the first round of the WSK Super Master Series through detailed results, statistics and live-timing starting from the first free practices. With the final stages on Sunday, the appointment will be in live-streaming too, visible both from the website and from the Facebook page of WSK Promotion.