The young Italian achieved the Top 10 place overall in the super crowded Mini Rok in Castelletto.

Bosco’s weekend is positively started right from free practice and continued on the same trend in the Qualifying Practice and the heats too, where he got a third, a fourth and an eighth place as best results. With these assumptions, the Baby Race driver team got a leading role for the finals. In the final race Bosco got the sixth place under the chequered flag which was the  best ways to open the double commitment in Castelletto di Branduzzo, but above all the best way to wipe out the bad memory of Race 2 in the Italian Championship (Adria), in which he had been forced to retire due to technical problems on his go kart.

Luca Bosco: “I’m really happy because it was a great weekend for me. I had a good pace for the whole week end. In Heats i was fairly constant and in the Final we had no hitches. I really want to warmly thank the Baby Race team for their big efforts and for the technical support have gave to me. I can’t wait to be on track again next weekend for the second round for the 2nd Round of KRS Series.

No time to rest for Luca Bosco because is already time to replace the Vortex engine with the TM Engines (used in the WSK events) and join the new battle in the second round of the KRS Open Series by WSK Promotion this weekend at the 7 Laghi Kart, where the Baby Race drivers will start again with in his memory the sixth place obtained in the opening round of Adria after a stunning comeback.