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  Press Releases > IAME 30-09-2012

IAME, PODIUM AT THE KF3 WORLD CUP
The CIK-FIA World Cup for KF2 and KF3 is raced on the Circuito Internacional de Zuera, Spain. IAME, with more than 60 drivers on the track, conquers a splendid 2nd place in KF3 with Ilot (Zanardi/Parilla) and many other placements.


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Impressive results for IAME: Ilotts (Zanardi/Parilla) 2nd place above all, but also the fact that the Italian engine manufacturer drivers have scored 10 best laps among 15 qualifying heats, beside the two best laps from Ilot in the pre-final and final. The team Chiesa Corse English driver ends his great week end at a step from the victory: in the first heat a contact forces him back to the 26th place, then he finishes 5th , 4th , 9th  and 2nd  in the other heats, scoring the best lap in all of them. In the pre-final he recovers from 22nd to 10th and then he ends his recover in the 2nd place of the final, just few meters far from the World Cup title.
Stroll (Zanardi/Parilla) is another protagonist of the week end: 1st both in the time qualifying and after the heats (three victories for him), he finishes 3rd in the pre final and is willing to fight for the title, but a contact forces him to start over half way down in the group and in the end he achieves the 10th place. Besancenez (Sodi/Parilla) does better than him in the final and finishes 8th after a great recover yet made in the pre-final where, beside starting from the 32nd place (following the heats where he also has a victory), he finishes 9th . The first part of the week end is good also for Cunati (Top Kart/Parilla), 6th overall after the heats, 7th  in the  pre-final, but then 23rd in the final following a contact, and for  Van Leuween (Zanardi/Parilla) 6th in pre-finale, but unluckily forced to leave the final. Ticktum (Zanardi/Parilla) is author of a great recovery in the pre-final, from 19th to 8th and well done for Elpitiya (Zanardi/Parilla) : 4th overall in the heats but then in falls the back lines due to a contact in the pre-final.

KF2
The best among all IAME drivers is Leclerc (ART GP/Parilla): on the finish line he is 5th in front of his team mate Barnicoat (ART GP/Parilla). In the heats he was penalized by some contacts and could only get the 16th place on the starting grid of the pre-final: then, with a great recovery, he is able to get the 10th place in the pre-final and the 5th in the final. Barnicoat is 6th, yet protagonist in the heats with the 6th place overall, then 9th in the pre-final due to some contacts and then 6th in the final. Snell (Energy/Parilla) is 7th: 22nd after the heats because of a crash, in the pre-final he is not able to recover beyond the 21st place, but in the final he recovers 14 positions. Highlights in the heats for Matteo Vigan (Top Kart/Parilla) with two second places that grant him the 7th place on the starting list of the pre-final. At the checkered flag he is only 22nd, being his performance badly compromised by a contact at the first turn after the start, when he was in 3rd position, and that forced him to let the whole group pass. The Formula K duo, Hubert and Tiihonen, does well, they respectively come 11th and 13th after the heats. Tiihonen is 8th in the pre-finale and 23rd in the final (Hubert instead recovers well to the 15th place) due to a contact while dueling for the top positions. The same contact also affects Vivacqua (Zanardi/Parilla), but he is more lucky and recovers to an anyway good 12th place in the pre-final. Lavelli (Top Kart/Parilla) recovers well from 26th to 13th, Romanov (Energy/Parilla) too, from the 23rd to the 14th and Maestranzi (PCR/Parilla), from the 28th to the 17th  (behind his team mate Vita. Guazzaroni (Top Kart/Parilla) wins Final B.


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