On the Siena circuit the Italian driver honored the colors of the TK Racing Team winning second place in KZN Over.
The second round of the 2019 Italian Aci Karting Championship took place on the Siena Circuit, testing the 60 Mini, X30 Junior, X30 Senior, KZN Under, KZN Over and KZ2 categories.
For Giulio Olivieri in 60 Mini, an excellent performance, a weekend that started not very well with a 14th position in his group in qualifying and 41st overall. After several modifications on his TK Mini, he takes the right path, getting a 6th position in the repechage, so valid to qualify in the final. Start from the 34th position in Race 1, moving into 21st position in Race 2 and end the weekend in satisfaction.
The tests by Davide Forè (KZ2) and Tommaso Polidoro (KZN Under) are less satisfying. The multi-titled gets 4th place in qualifying and 7th overall, starting in all the heats from the 5th position, finishing in 5th and 9th place respectively. With the respective penalties you earn a 10th placement on the grid, finishing the final with a 13th place.
Unlucky weekend for Tommaso Polidoro, a category with 65 riders, and very experienced, the 2016 Italian Champion puts in place some good tests but often accompanied by bad luck like those of Saturday, concluding the 1st Heat in 17th position due to a contact, Heat 2 in 9th position and Heat 3 is forced to retire. These three results compromise the weekend for the driver from Chieti, thanks to his experience and the good material marked TK, he manages to qualify for the final, and frames the comeback up to the 16th position recovering 17 positions.
In KZN Over Marco Ruschioni is among the protagonists of Race 2, after an exceptional comeback from the 20th box to the 8th position, with an inverted grid he starts in Pole Position and leads 13 laps of the race at the head, contenting himself with 2nd position. Once again he is one of the fastest drivers, bringing TK Passion to the top of the rankings, thanks also to the excellent thrust of the Testagialla Engines.
Podium KZN Over – 2nd Place Marco Ruschioni