- Sodi drivers bring home the big trophies from European KZ Championship in Genk
- Sodi in top form as they dominate in French Rotax championship
What a weekend for the Sodi chassis, which won both in the most competitive category of international karting and in the most popular category in the world. While Jérémy Iglesias triumphed in the final of the European KZ Championship at Genk, Vincent Fraïsse in Rotax Max and Olivier Paris in Rotax Master became French Champions at Ancenis. For the French manufacturer, the objective of providing effective chassis for all customers, whatever their level, was reached in the most beautiful way!
Nearly 800km away, the colours of the world’s leading manufacturer of karts shone in very different circumstances, demonstrating the versatility and effectiveness of the Sodi chassis on all tracks and with different types of tyres. At Genk in Belgium, Jeremy Iglesias won the last round of the European KZ Championship without any doubt.
He was ahead of the last two European Champions of the discipline! “I had already identified the huge potential of the Sodi chassis at a round of the German Championship where I learned about my new equipment. It is very easy to begin with and very competitive. The CPB Sport team should not regret the choice to work with Sodi. Winning with a private team is the best proof of the quality of a frame,” confided Jérémy at the end.
In the Prefinal, we even saw three Sodi chassis in the top 10. Anthony Abbasse and Arnaud Kozlinski were also fast in the Finals with good chances to get on the podium, but success was not really on their side in Belgium.
At the French Championship at Ancenis, Sodi was able to rejoice in the extraordinary results for all of its chassis. In Rotax Max and Rotax Master, three Sodi chassis were in the top four and victory in both categories!
In the younger class, Vincent Fraisse delivered an incredible performance: pole position, victory in his four heats and the title won after the three Finals despite a crash in the second!
Adrien Renaudin joined him on the podium in 3rd place, just ahead of Nicolas Picot. Cécile Martini also joined the top 10 with her Sodi chassis!
In the over 32 years class, Olivier Paris managed the same performance as Fraïsse: taking another national crown, as he did in 2013, and again on a Sodi chassis. By winning the last Final, Franck Rouxel took 3rd place ahead of Jacques Gautier. In 6th, Thomas Mettetal put a fourth Sodi in the top six in the final standings of Rotax Master.
Sodikart wishes to congratulate all the teams who contributed to this excellent weekend for the French brand, more than ever ready to meet new challenges in all areas…