Every year, Energy Corse is one of the most successful teams on the international scene. For this new 2014 season, Energy remains faithful to the concepts that built it's success: seriousness, professionalism, expertise, high-performance equipment, logical technical choices, perfect general presentation and the ideal environment for the driver. As the team gets used to the situation at the beginning of each year, the build up to each race has started and the initial results are already there. Since the Winter Cup and the different WSK events, the work has been successful and no doubt the Energy marque will progress at the front of the field at the beginning of the big CIK-FIA international races.
KF: Two top-5s for Stupenkov
Winner of the two main WSK series' in 2013 (Euro and Master), the Energy Corse team set off to attack the track. At the Champions Cup, the excellent Russian driver Egor Stupenkov came close. Ranked 7th on March 2nd and 4th on March 9th, he finished a brilliant 5th place overall. The performance was also there for the meeting in the rain at Sarno with a remarkable rise from 15th to 5th position at the opening of the WSK Super Master Series. This event allowed his teammate Moritz Horn to demonstrate his progress. The German was in the top 10 after qualifying! Also note the 7th place for the Danish driver Nikolai Kjargaard (TK Racing) at a round of the Champions Cup at La Conca.
KF-Junior: The performance increases
Whether with the official Energy Corse team drivers or those of its quality distributors in Europe (Gandolfi Racing Team, Germany Energy, Energy Sweden or TK Racing in Denmark), the Italian brand has achieved brilliant results. As well as taking pole position at the WSK Super Master Series at Sarno, the Brazilian Giuliano Raucci also finished 6th in the Winter Cup in Lonato. A position also occupied by the Danish driver Casper Roes in the final of the WSK Champions Cup at La Conca.
Winner of the 2013 Junior Rotax World Final, the American Juan Correa has begun to learn about KF-Junior. He is now very close to the best in terms of performance, yet demonstrating the merits of the support for young drivers that is the Energy Corse policy. As for the German David Beckman, he started his new collaboration with Energy with an encouraging 7th place in the Super Master series at Sarno.
Energy the benchmark in KZ
Energy has always been popular with drivers. At the Winter Cup, Energy was the third most represented brand in the paddock and several of them were running in KZ. Driving their competitive Energy-TMs, Ricardo Romkema and Nicola Marcon frequently knocked on the door of the lead pack, which included the best drivers in the world. Climbing into the top-10 in this context is a step towards the first victory. Expect confirmation at the European Championship ...
Rotax: Success in the UK and Spain
As the official supplier of chassis at the 2013 World Final in New Orleans in the United States (Junior Rotax), Energy has a high-performance chassis in Rotax. On the Wigan (England) circuit, the Sam Pollitt Racing team has made a real coup by taking 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th in most coveted Senior Rotax Max category. In the Rotax DD2 Championship at Zuera in Spain, Javier Rodelas took pole position at the wheel of his Energy chassis, before winning the first race of the series.
Energy thanks and congratulates all of the drivers who have chosen Energy chassis in 2014.