Luca Bosco is ready for the upcoming round of Italian CSAI Karting after the unlucky ending of the ROK final.

Luca Bosco, after the unlucky end of the ROK Finale in Adria last week, is already travelling to Triscina karting track for the 4th Round of the Italian Karting Championship. The Baby Race driver was forced to retire in the Rok Italian Final due to a contact in which he has damaged badly his Tony Kart chassis. After a quickly mind reset and a bit of battery recharge, in Triscina Bosco will have the chance this weekend to show his true driving skills, proving that the good results obtained so far were not due to chance. Bosco will drive in Triscina for the very first time this week end so this might be a great chance for him to show his driving knowledge, adapting quickly at the new track layout. The whole experience collected, so far this season, will play a key role for him to be immediately competitive against all the other competitors in the hyper-competitive Mini 60 category which will show, as usual, very exciting heats ultill the chequered flag.

Luca Bosco: “Last weekend at Adria was a very sad weekend, but I don’t lose my focus. I am happy that the Triscina race is coming so close after this unlucky event because in this way I can take immediately my revenge. Triscina looks like a very technical track but I’m sure I will like it. For that I have to work very hard since the free practices with my technical crew to find the best settings and the learn quickly all the secrets of the track.”

The Italian CSAI Karting Championship racing format has four sessions of Free Practice on Friday morning, followed by the Official Practices of the afternoon and the Heats on Saturday. On Sunday will take place the two final races. For whom wish to follow Luca during his racing week end they can watch channel 148 of Sky (AutoMotoTV) or trough the live streaming connecting directly to the official website of the series at