There's been no one to challenge him! The American Logan Sargeant has dominated the 2015 KFJ World
Championship, raced on the magnificent Italian track of La Conca, and finally won his first kart world crown.
Sargeant (FA - Vortex - LeCont), who missed the pole position, won by Finnish Konsta Lappalainen, has proved
untouchable in the rest of the event, from the qualifying heats (he won all, except one which he has ranked
4th) to the pre-final and the final. The scheme has always remained the same: the American driver of Ricky
Flynn Motorsport has always taken the best start, keeping in the first laps some margin, then cutting the
finish line alone in the lead without being threatened by the pursuers. He totally dominated the event and won
a world title clearly deserved.
Sargeant - who has pledged to continue next year his career in karting, moving to the KF class - finished
ahead of the "French-Swiss-British" Clément Novalak (Tony Kart - Vortex - LeCont) and the Brazilian Caio
Collet (Kosmic - Vortex - LeCont) who climbed on the final podium alongside Sargeant.
The race was attended by 99 drivers coming from 23 different nations.