MARANELLO KART WITH STEFANO CUCCO AND MATTEO GHIDELLA IN THE KF2 AND KZ2 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP OF WACKERSDORF
MARANELLO KART IN GERMANY WITH GOOD EXPECTATIONS FOR A GREAT ACHIEVEMENT IN THE KF2 AND KZ2 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP
Lonato del Garda (Brescia - Italy). The long weekend of one of the most important events of the international karting season has begun in Germany with the first sessions of free practice: the first out of two rounds of the KF2 European championship and the single round of the KZ1 and KZ2 European championship.
Maranello Kart goes to the appointment of Wackersdorf with its two top drivers: Stefano Cucco in KF2 and Matteo Ghidella in KZ2. Their goal is the achievement of good results in both the categories, where the Italian factory has been playing a leading role throughout the whole season.
Besides these drivers, Maranello will also field the top drivers of its satellite teams: in KF2 there will be also Hansen Andreas Sebastian (Team EGP), Krebs Thomas S., Zimmermann Tim, Hauber Nadja (Team RS Motorsposrt), Erle Fabian (Team Nees), Kocka Ondrej (Maranello CZ).
Both the KF2 first round (the second and last round of the championship will take place in England, in Brandon, on 22nd July) and the KZ2 race are going to be particularly demanding: in fact, the entrants for both the categories have reached record figures (122 drivers each!).
It is going to be a very tough qualifying session, also because of the uncertainty of the weather, with showers on the way.
Maranello Kartfaces this event in Germany with its best equipment: its driver will be able to race on developed chassis such as the Maranello RS12 and RS7, which are particularly fit on the wet and tricky asphalt that, very likely, they will find on the track of Wackersdorf.
Stefano Cucco seems to be very confident. Before leaving for Geramny he declared that “in Wackersdorf I did a great race in 2010, when I took part in the European selection. I like that circuit, but - given the high number of entrants in KF2 - it will be a tough fight. Moreover, the rain can bring some surprise, but I feel rather confident on wet tracks and I feel I can do a good race. In last year's European Championship in Zuera I placed 12th after a recovery from the last place caused by an accident in the qualifying heats. I hope I will do much better in Germany."