The italian track hosts the last round of the WSK series and the Baby Race driver is ready to fight for the victory.

Next weekend in Sarno (SA), the International Circuit Napoli will host the final round of the WSK Super Master Series. This round follows the season-opener which took place in Adria at the end of January and the events in Castelletto di Branduzzo and Muro Leccese. The international series, promoted by WSK Promotion, has seen an outstanding number of participants, with over 260 entrants over the series. Next week’s event takes place just before the beginning of the European CIK-FIA season, due to start two weeks after the WSK finale in Sarno. Baby Race driver Luca Bosco will be aiming for his first podium of the season in Sarno after a very consistent first part of the season in which he has shown great driving skills in his new OKJ category. For this final event of the WSK Super Master Series, higher points will be earned by all drivers than in the previous rounds. The racing weekend will start with free practice sessions on Thursday 6th April, followed by qualifying on Friday 7th. Heats will take place until Saturday 8th and it will be then that the first points will be awarded, according to the results from the first two days of competition. The final output of the championship is sure to be unpredictable due to the higher overall amount of points available:  there are in fact, 153 points to be awarded, thanks to the incremental scoring system over the series, which allows multiple drivers the chance of victory. To prepare perfectly this event, Bosco has undertaken days of testing at Sarno, collecting a lot of important data in terms of set up and learnt some more driving skills thanks to his mechanic-coach Alessandro Manetti.


Luca Bosco: The testing session was great even if some rain slowed down our programme. I really like the track and with Alessandro (Manetti) we have worked a lot on the set up and on driving lines. In this last round of WSK Super Master Series i will fight against more then 70 drivers in my category so it is gonna be a very tough one.”

The timetable will be exactly the same as in the past with free practice sessions on Thursday, followed by more free practice, qualifying and heats on Friday, the final heats on Saturday and, on Sunday, the Pre Final and the Final.

For those who wish to follow the event LIVE (timing and streaming) it will be enough to visit the official web site of the series