German driver, Hannes Janker, has won OK Final in the last round of WSK Super Master Series held in Sarno (Italy) with an stratospheric pace. And with this triumph, Janker has become WSK champion. He has beaten the favorite driver to win the title, Nicklas Nielsen.
After an invalid start, Janker achieved to mantain the first position. On the contrary, Nielsen lost three positions because he wanted to conserve his second position going to the outside of the track. David Vidales positioned 2nd and his teammate, Noah Milell, was 3rd and Lorenzo Travissanuto was 4th.
In the second lap, Nielsen overtook Travissanuto easily to be 4th, position which he did not leave during all the race.
Janker obtained a bigger gap between himself and his persecutors, who were Vidales and Milell. Tony Kart drivers were very close but the did not start a battle with the intention of reaching the leader.
In the middle of the race, Janker was more of two seconds in front of Vidales and Milell. Nielsen did not achieve to reduce the distance with Milell, which was about eight tenths. With this results, Janker would be WSK champion after he started the Final with 38 points less than Nielsen.
Anything changed until the final of the race. Hannes Janker finished 1st with a gap of three seconds over two Tony Kart drivers, David Vidales and Noah Milell, who completed the podium. Nicklas Nielsen finished 4th the final and lost the title, for only 3 points in the championship. Pedro Hiltbrand was 5th.