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14/07/2015

Genk KZ2 - Schmitz won the last

The German driver Alexander Schmitz won the last race of the 2015 KZ2 European Championship in Genk (B), while the Swedish Joel Johansson won the European title. Schmitz was the first under the chequered flag, in front of the Dutch Stan Pex and Johansson.

Schmitz wins the KZ2 Final, Johansson conquers the Title

It was a matter between the German Alexander Schmitz (Tony Kart-Vortex-LeCont) and the Dutch Stan Pex (Intrepid-TM-LeCont) the KZ2 Final. The two drivers were the protagonists of a long duel, which, eventually, was won by Schmitz. The winner stepped onto the podium accompanied by his team-manager, Ralf Schumacher. Pex had to keep at bay Joel Johansson (Energy-TM-LeCont) on the last laps to secure his second position. The Swedish driver finished third after dropping back to fifth. This result allowed him to win the European KZ2 title.

Schmitz wins the KZ2 Final, Johansson conquers the Title

It was a matter between the German Alexander Schmitz (Tony Kart-Vortex-LeCont) and the Dutch Stan Pex (Intrepid-TM-LeCont) the KZ2 Final. The two drivers were the protagonists of a long duel which, eventually, was won by Schmitz. The winner stepped onto the podium accompanied by his team-manager, Ralf Schumacher. Pex had to keep at bay Joel Johansson (Energy-TM-LeCont) on the last laps to secure his second position. The Swedish driver finished third after dropping back to fifth. This result allowed him to win the European KZ2 title.

- See more at: http://www.kartcom.com/it/news/2015/7/15/gripping-final-rush-in-genk#sthash.QIRBTCbG.dpuf
It was a matter between the German Alexander Schmitz (Tony Kart-Vortex-LeCont) and the Dutch Stan Pex (Intrepid-TM-LeCont) the KZ2 Final. The two drivers were the protagonists of a long duel which, eventually, was won by Schmitz. The winner stepped onto the podium accompanied by his team-manager, Ralf Schumacher. Pex had to keep at bay Joel Johansson (Energy-TM-LeCont) on the last laps to secure his second position. The Swedish driver finished third after dropping back to fifth. This result allowed him to win the European KZ2 title. - See more at: http://www.kartcom.com/it/news/2015/7/15/gripping-final-rush-in-genk#sthash.QIRBTCbG.dpuf

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