A high-performance chassis and a competitive team at Energy Corse

Young drivers to watch closely in OK-Junior

Energy Corse has always helped young drivers to discover the international categories, and constantly moves them forward. At theWSK Champions Cup, David Vidales had a difficult prefinal in the middle of the pack, before rising from 16th to 9th place in the final.Thomas Mialane managed an encouraging start, finishing 12th and winning back his place in the final at the Winter Cup. Less successful in contrast were Dominik Goldschmied and Theo Nouet.

Energy tops MiniWith second place at Adria, and first and third positions in Lonato, the Energy chassis set the standard for those under 13 yearsold. Special mention for the young Francesco Pizzi (Giugliano Kart team), who ultimately prevailed in Mini Rok at the Winter Cup, following his 2nd place in 60 Mini at the WSK Champions Cup.

The Russians Vladislav Lomko, Nikita Bedrin and Kirill Smal (winner of the prefinal at Lonato) also impressed, as did Roman Stanek, another member of the Giugliano Kart team.

Podiums in the USA popular series in the US, the Florida Winter Tour is divided into two groups, with one being for Rotax categories and the other the Rok Cup. In both cases, the Energy chassis have been distinguished.

Jak Crawford took the 3rd place in Mini Rok at Homestead, before finishing fourth at Ocala. In Rotax DD2, Marco Signoretti achieved two excellent weekends, reaching third position at Ocala with the North American Energy Team.Many other challenges await Mick Panigada’s team this season, including KZ2 with several drivers in the Energy colors who will soon enter the arena ..