Strong win for Lennox Racing Team in the last round of WSK Super Master Series in Cremona

A journey has ended in the best possible way: 1st and a 3rd spot in the championship in Cremona, a grand finale that also represents the best possible starting point. Our drivers for this race were Matteo Viganò and Maxim Rehm in KZ2, Noah Wolfe in OKJ, and Petr Ageev in OK.

Viganò ended his journey in WSK Super Masters Series adding another masterpiece in his incredibly solid season. Matteo secured a more than deserved victory after another weekend of constant growth in terms of performance in which the Italian driver has been always on point even in the most difficult moments. After a good qualifying need in 8th place, he recovered his traditional pace since the first heat (P4), securing a satisfying 5th spot after the heats and gaining other two positions in the Prefinal on Sunday. In the final Matteo completed his masterpiece, finding a perfect feeling with his CL and the track from the first laps and managing to defend his position, even thanks to the perfect race plan set with the team. Thanks to this result Matteo gained also the 3rd spot in the championship, built on a perfect mix of talent and hard work.

Rehm was also the protagonist of a more than satisfying weekend. Maxim approached qualifying practice in a very aggressive way and managed to stay for all day near the top 10, then confirmed his consistency even in the heats closing in P12 despite an unlucky contact in the third one. On Sunday the German driver gave his best with a huge comeback of six positions in the Final which afford him to cross the line in 6th position after a lot of spectacular overtakes.

Great job made even in OKJ by Wolfe, who started with an amazing top 10 overall placement in Qualifying practice and two top 5 in the first two heats. Noah kept the pace of the front pack even on Saturday being able to qualify P9 overall in the standings, but unfortunately in the Final he was forced to manage a lot of tricky situations while fighting for a top 10 spot during the race: his final P33 doesn’t reflect at all the high level of performance achieved by the English driver in Cremona.

In the end, some problems conditioned Ageev’s weekend. Petr never found a perfect feeling in none of the rounds and wasn’t able to stay near to his usual level: a setback which obviously does not worry in view of the future races, in which he will certainly be able to recover.

Jordon Lennox-Lamb, Team Manager: “What a special day, I’m so proud of what Matteo is doing in this fantastic year: he has become a driver who’s always able to perform at his best despite regardless of the conditions he’s in. Matteo has matured a lot and is becoming a complete, strong, and aware driver day after day. Let me spend also some words for Maxim, Noah, Petr, and the whole team: results like this are always the result of an high-level teamwork”.