|Parilla wins everything (or almost everything...)||| Print ||
|Wednesday, 01 April 2009 23:19|
PARILLA WINS EVERYTHING (OR ALMOST EVERYTHING...)
The IAME brand continues to strive for reliability and trust!
A victory in the karting king class, the Super KF, and the KF3 class for Parilla engines. The Italian Manufacturing Company succeeds in conquering the podium (and not only) both in the Top Class and in the karting international entering class within the WSK championship week end.
The Karting Winning Series represents the top world karting expression and is the reference circus for this sport. As a matter of fact, through this class pass all the drivers who will after get to the upper car series and then, may be, to F.1. Once again, Parilla wins in the races which matter. Let us see, class by class, the achieved results.
Five Parilla engines in the first 10 positions of the Super KF final but, which is more important, two of these climbed the podium in the first step (Libor Toman- Parilla/Birel) and in the second step (Sauro Cesetti - Parilla/Birel). The two Birel/Motorsport drivers, who race with the direct IAME, support, are joined by the fourth place of Manuel Renaudie (Parilla/Gillard), the seventh if Tom Grice (Parilla/Birel) and the eight place of Antonio Piccioni (Parilla/RK).
The top positions achieved in SKF in the 3rd WSK round add to the victory achieved in the first round by Sauro Cesetti (Parilla/Birel). This confirms that at present the engines to beat are the Parilla 125cc Reedsters.
Only misfortune prevented the Parilla engines from dominating in the prefinal and final of the WSK KF2 class. After a good classification, Matteo Viganò of the MGM of Mauro Pozzi (Parilla/Birel) and Karol Basz (Parilla/RK), the polish pupil of F1 driver Robert Kubica, have eliminated one each other when they collided during the very first laps of the prefinal. This has forced them to start from the bottom in the final which saw an exceptional closing the gap by the Italian. As a matter of fact Matteo Viganò has shown the high potential of the IAME engines in the final, by scoring the best lap time with almost 2 tenths over the winner best lap.
A victory which reopens the KF3 championship chances for Nick De Vries. The Parilla ensign in this starting class, the young and promising Dutch driver has asserted himself, in the final of the last WSK appointment, over a fierce competition. A crashing victory which proves the Parilla versatility, able to stand in the top positions of every class. Another presence to be pointed out in the top ten is the seventh position of Jack Dennis (Parilla/Top Kart).
The words of Mr. Bossaglia, the IAME Technical Manager, are able to summarize the real meaning of this racing week end:
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