The Baby Race  driver recovering from a broken rib, targets podium.

It has been a very exciting start of season for Baby Race driver Luca Bosco. The twelve year old Italian, rookie in the OKJ Category, has proven he has what it takes to play with the big boys. Exhibiting a great deal of determination and hard work the driver has taken to the very competitive category with grace and malleability.
Having been trained and prepared both mentally and physically for the extremely competitive category, Bosco has already staked his claim amidst the front runners of the category, having missed podium by a hairs breath at the first round of the WSK Super Master Series which took place at Adria under the most horrendous of weather conditions. Bosco has since dedicated himself to a strict training regimen both on track and in the gym to meet the arduous physical requirements of high level competition. Bosco is prepared to shine and fight for that top step at the upcoming round of the WSK Promotion mini series which will take place at Circuito Internazioale – Castelletto di Branduzzo (PV). With more then 70 drivers in the OKJ entry list, this will be no easy task, taking into consideration Bosco is recovering from a broken rib from an incident at the Winter Cup in Lonato.

Luca Bosco: ”Although I have had to cut short testing due to rib pain, I am feeling well and confident that I will be back at 100% in time for the next round. With the weather forecast in my favor I believe a podium finish is attainable and will aim for nothing less. Fingers crossed for the best result”

The official timetable of the event will start Thursday 01 March with the first four FP sessions. Friday 02 March, two FP sessions, qualifying session and the first heat. Saturday 03 Bosco will attend the warm up and two more heats and then, Sunday 05, the warm up, Pre Final and Final.

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