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WSK Super Master Series at Adria - Hurricane Rosso storms to OkJ win

WSK Super Master Series at Adria - Hurricane Rosso storms to OkJ win

The first round of the WSK Super Master Series, held in constant rain throughout three days at Adria, saw Andrea Rosso turn out as the hero of the weekend. The Turin-based Baby Race driver delivered a stellar win in the OKJ class, rebounding from the hard fortunes suffered at the same venue in the Champions Cup one week earlier, when a contact from one of his opponents in the Pre-Final deprived him of a deserved chance of victory. This time, Rosso was extremely careful as he kept his rivals at bay. After ending the heat phase in 11th place, Andrea tamed a really wet course in the Pre Final A and faced a long battle with Morozov before settling for third to avoid risking a contact. The Final, also held under persistent rain, saw Rosso quickly move to third place before storming to the front when the two drivers he had in front collided. Rosso pushed as hard as he could and pulled away from the pack, ending up 2.9 seconds in front of Doohan. It was an exceptional success for Baby Race and the team can also celebrate the sixth place of in-shape Luca Bosco, who was the best rookie overall and put together a perfect weekend despite the tough weather, and the eight place of Andrey Brizhan, who posted a great comeback in the Pre Final B and continues to grow up in the early part of the season.

In the 60 Mini class, Nikita Bedrin was the star of the weekend as he ended up second after several heats and second in Pre Final. In the Final race, Bedrin dropped down to fifth, but due to a contact with one of his opponents he fell down to P18 with two to go. Attempting a bold comeback, Nikita couldn’t do better than the 14th place. Alessandro Cenedese had a positive weekend although he was penalized 5 second for a dropped nose in the Pre Final. He was classified 11th instead of seventh and ended the Final in 19th place. Rashid Al Dhaheri moved past the heats and completed a stunning Pre Final A to take ninth place. In the final, a contact prevented him from accessing the leading positions and he ended up P30. Alexey Dubynin did not go beyond the Pre Final while Nikita Johnson could not move past the heats.

In the OK category the team faced more struggles. After the heats, Noah Watt was 30th with Edoardo Morricone in 44th. Both drivers were forced to retire by contacts in the Pre Final. The Italian stopped on lap 1, the Dane followed the same tough luck on lap 7.

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