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Heroic start to WSK
Thursday, 22 April 2010
 At the WSK Euro Series in Zuera, Wildkart Factory Team and Hiroaki Watatani made their debut in the premier category of karting, the Super-KF. Our Japanese star has experienced the best introduction into the world of karting Superstars, such as Marco Ardigo, Davide Fore, Arnaud Kozlinski and other stars of leading factory teams.

Over a rainy day in the morning turned then sunny in the afternoon, the shortlist of the 2010 karting champions pretending to the WSK Euro Series titles takes an early shape at the Spanish round on the circuit in Zuera, nearby Saragossa.

 Armands Convers (Kosmic/Vortex/Vega) carried through a weekend full of victories since the Frenchman won the SuperPole, the Prefinal and Final. In the crucial race, Convers was only involved in blocking English Gary Catt’s (Tony Kart/Vortex/Vega) early attack that springing forward at the start took the lead in no time but was then soon caught up in the following lap. Dutch Nick De Vries (Zanardi/Parilla/Vega) he too chasing the title, worked hard to gain back second place he got before in the starting grid. The fifteenyearold driver from Sneek after dropping back at the start, managed to recover close behind Convers who, however, kept always a constant lead. Beating Catt and Marco Ardigò from Brescia, Roman Flavio Campioneschi emerged victorious from the duel for third place the Tony Kart drivers were fighting. Ardigò is second in the championship ranking below Convers that has 52 point lead. Third at 65 lengths is De Vries.

 Despite Hiroaki Watatani didn't manage to grab the points in Zuera, he got valuable experience and showed much faster pace throught the weekend. This was also great experience for the Wildkart Factory Team as the engineering staff got good ideas on further chassis development for the pinnacle category of karting.

The teams will move to the international circuit in Genk for the fourth round of the championship scheduled for 9th of May.

More information about the race in Zuera.
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