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REGISTRATION OPENS FOR ALL COMPETITIONS IN 2014 From Friday, March 7th, all registration forms for CIK-FIA 2014 events will be available online on the site INSCRIPTION

As promised by the CIK-FIA, the amount of events has fallen by about 20% compared to 2013. The registration deadline is the Wednesday five weeks before the competition. Additional time to enter, at a higher price, is allowed until Wednesday four weeks before the competition. For Superkart, the registration deadline is Thursday, three weeks before the competition.

A SUMMARY TABLE OF PRICES AND CLOSING DATES IN 2014 IS AVAILABLE AT THE LINK BELOW. For the European Championships, it is possible to enter one event per category instead of the full Championship by selecting to register for Wild Card single round on the entry form.

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THE 2014 CIK-FIA REGULATIONS ARE ONLINE The 2014 versions of the sporting and technical regulations and the recent approvals by the CIK-FIA are now available on the website at www.cikfia.com, under ‘Regulations’. It includes for example the list of 6 exhaust mufflers approved for the period from 2014 to 2022 in KZ and KZ2. REGLEMENTS


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2014 TO BE A LANDMARK YEARS

FOR HISTORIC KARTS

The craze for Historic Karts has continued unabated for several years. The movement is growing around the world, with the organization of demonstrations showcasing the restoration work and the engineering of the pioneers of karting that ensured the discipline could become a popular sport with unprecedented growth. The CIK-FIA celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2012 at the Coppa dei Campioni at Jesolo (ITA), before setting up a demonstration of Historic Karts, the Historic Super Cup in 2013 at the KZ World Championship at Varennes (FRA). This year, the CIK-FIA wants to intensify its publicity efforts around these two events.

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Gian Mario Mollar Tel. +39 011/8399537 - Fax +39 011/8198098 or visit site ASIFED.IT

The successful experience from 2013 at Varennes, both for fans and the public, has led the CIK-FIA to put in place a new international demonstration Historic Super Cup in 2014, The main event on the calendar for at the World KF KF & Junior Championships Historic Karts and the season opener, at Essay (FRA) on 20th and 21st September the 13th edition of the Vintage Coppa to finish the year in style at one of the most dei Campioni, will take place on the important meetings of the season. Pista Azzura at Jesolo (ITA), a venue for competition karting since the late 60s, Information and registration on 15th, 16th and 17th May 2014, via a Retrokart France close collaboration between the CIK-FIA and the secretary, Joel Pointel, retrokart.france@hotmail.fr. and Automotoclub Storico Italiano (ASI). RETROKART-FRANCE.FR


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By Frederic Billet / Š Photo KSP - Philippe Kalmès

IN PRAISE OF SIMPLICITY The start of the 2014 F1 season with the introduction of the new hybrid powertrain, causes puzzlement about the purely sporting value of a Grand Prix like Melbourne. Has there not been a loss of the simplicity of the cars since the 80s?

Major advances in terms of safety were achieved in 94-95 and probably marked the biggest revolution in the discipline since its inception. But is the intensity of racing always there with these sophisticated machines? What do the regulations really do about the increasing complexity and the gigantic budgets now required?

It is difficult to find arguments in favour of this complexity. Does a top athlete really need a clutch and an electric starter on his machine? The front and rear bumpers have had harmful side-effects but their advantages seem to be very small. Safety improvement comes more from planning and development of the tracks than the kart itself. One area where progress could be more substantial... The The disappearance of simplicity also extensive use of electronic controls to contaminated karting, with a time delay, deter any bad behavior or injustice. at the start of the 2000s. Current machines may seem more attractive, and What seems certain in consequence the paddocks more flattering, but are the is that we have lost a large number of races more exciting, the performances participants at all levels, and a lot of the more enthusiastic, or the drivers more spectacle and the fun of driving. The brilliant? As in car racing, the financial pace of the F1 Grand Prix gives us time aspect is now playing a major role in the to ponder the subject ... career of a driver at the expense of pure talent. How many great talents are now without a future due to a lack of budget in a discipline that has been a worldwide success thanks to the simplicity of its origins?


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Calendar of upcoming races CALENDAR

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06.04.14 13.04.14 27.04.14 GENK ROTAX EURO CHALLENGE (RACE 1) ROTAX SENIOR DD2 DD2 MASTER ROTAX JUNIOR

CASTELLETTO WSK - SUPER MASTER SERIES KFJ 60 MINI KF KZ2

LA CONCA WSK - SUPER MASTER SERIES KFJ 60 MINI KF KZ2

04.05.14 04.05.14 11.05.14 LE MANS COUPE DE FRANCE KZ125 / KZ125 GENTLEMAN

VAL D’ARGENTON CHAMPIONNAT DE FRANCE (ENDURANCE) KF / ROTAX

11.05.14 18.05.14 LA CONCA EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP KFJ KF

VARENNES / ALLIER NATIONAL SERIES KARTING KRA 7 NATIONALE 160 NATIONALE 150 X30 PREMIUM DD2 KRA 11 DD2 MASTER ROTAX MASTER ROTAX MAX

LEDENON CHAMPIONNAT DE FRANCE & COUPE DE FRANCE SUPERKART


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PAROLIN, THE HIGH TECHNOL QUALITY AND INNOVATIO By Frédéric Billet - Kartcom / © Photo KSP - Philippe Kalmès

The history of Parolin Racing Kart is a mix of passion, expertise and innovation.


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Unlike other kart manufacturers, discretion has always surrounded the success of the Bassano chassis factory, Albino Parolin preferring prestigious clients to use his skills to put themselves in the spotlight. Parolin

Racing Kart came to prominence in winning the tender for the CIK-FIA Academy Trophy equipment and U18 World Championship, a challenge that fits in perfectly with their vision of the current situation in karting. It is

no coincidence that today Parolin’s priority is single-brand competition, through the organization of the ChampionKart series, as well as in leisure karting, with several innovative projects to their credit.


REPORT

THE GENESIS OF PAROLIN RACING KART A driver himself in the 80s, a good driver as he fought against Michael Schumacher, Mika Hakkinen and Yvan Muller, Albino Parolin quickly combined his passion for competition with his attraction for engineering, after a lack of adequate financial support to continue his career in the driving seat. He was only 18 when he made his first single chassis. Success was not long in coming, and Parolin did not take long to build a reputation among the competition. His first mass-produced chassis, using machinery from a well known brand, was highlighted by winning the World Cup at Suzuka in 1990. Collaborating with drivers of the caliber of Giancarlo Fisichella enabled the team to reach the top in terms of quality. After creating Parolin Racing Kart in 1994, Albino Parolin realized that producing handmade karts would not allow him to achieve the objectives he had set. At the end of this decade, he wisely used his success, the popularity of the kart and the good economic situation to move into top gear.


QUALITY ORIENTED PRODUCTION

The new Parolin factory was opened in 2000, equipped with several automated CNC machines, which was not as common then. Parolin decided at that time to produce complete chassis themselves from A to Z by combining the expertise of experienced technicians and the latest high-tech machines. Through these choices the company is managing a major turning point in its history. This orientation is also still on the agenda in 2014. Repetitive tasks that require the utmost precision are assigned to controllers that can produce large quantities 24 hours out of 24 with the highest quality for all the necessary components. Parolin Racing Kart produces it all up to the plastic bodywork. Cut and bent to perfection, the tubes are assembled by welding robots for the leisure range, while a highly qualified staff work on the competition chassis. Aside from the painting, done by a specialized workshop outside, all of the chassis are fully manufactured in the factory.


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THE HAPPY CUSTOMERS Parolin Racing Kart produces complete chassis for twenty brands worldwide and victories at all levels of competition are innumerable. Parolin is deliberately very discreet on behalf of its clients. After all, it is only a part, albeit an important one, but still a link in the chain of success on the track. However,

it is worth remembering that the whole DC One venture, in close collaboration with Dino Chiesa, which allowed Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg to be noticed in the early 2000s, took place with chassis manufactured by Parolin. The information collected in competition is still an essential part of

improving current production at Parolin. To the know-how of its employees, the brand has added the accuracy of the advanced machinery and a flexibility that allows it to meet all the demands of its customers, or almost all!


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PAROLIN WINS THE CIK-FIA TENDER IN 2010

When the CIK-FIA decided to create a world-class onemake series in 2009, Albino Parolin did not hesitate long before taking the plunge: besides producing the chassis which had already been mastered, he had yet to start engine manufacturing, which was new to the company. This new challenge was successful as Parolin won the tender to supply engines for the U18 World Championship with the brand FIM and complete karts for the Academy Trophy. The U18 class was abandoned by the CIK-FIA in 2012, but the contract was extended for Parolin at the same time for a further period of three years for the Academy Trophy. Already in favour of one-make formulae, Parolin found a great opportunity for exposure on the international scene. The quality of their performance over the past four seasons is another success to their credit.


CHAMPIONKART: A ONE-MAKE SERIES TAILORED TO KARTING TODAY Parolin did not wait for the CIK to be interested in one-make championships in 2010. Albino Parolin is convinced that this is where the future of karting is in view of the disaffection with advanced categories and the high budgets they require. Since 2004, Parolin has created its own brand, ChampionKart,

a competition open to all over several meetings, which also takes place in other countries than Italy. This offers a very competitive challenge at very reasonable cost for all ages from Delfini to Six Speed up through the Rocky Mini Academy, Academy, Academy Over, Senior and U18 FIM Open. The FIM, IAME or TM engines are checked and sealed with the chassis and of course assembly by Parolin. An international final takes place at the end of the season with the best drivers from the foreign Championkart series. The Delfini, with the Honda GX35 engine, are available from 5 years, and they equip many kart schools in Italy.

FOUR-STROKE OR ELECTRICAL LEISURE KARTS

Parolin Racing Kart is investing increasingly in leisure karting, producing rental karts that are safe and effective, designed from their competition experience. They offer a wide range of machines to suit all leisure uses. The renowned 40 XT is now available in a bodied version, with 4 stroke or electric propulsion and even a two-seater! It is now supported by the XT 32, lightweight and nearest to a competition machine in agility.


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THE CULT OF INNOVATION

At all levels of production, constantly improving every detail motivates Albino Parolin wonderfully. On circuits as well at at his factory, he is constantly on the lookout for anything new to improve the quality of Parolin Racing Kart, both in manufacturing processes and the products themselves. Although the quest for top performance in competition always motivates the team, projects for a wider audience also take up a large part of the activity. Helping to broaden the base of the sport is a recurring theme for Parolin. The more precise adjustment of tubes on a new welding frame for an updated pedal fixing, through to a system of multiple position settings for the driver on a leisure kart or and extension of the autonomy of electric engines, everything is a pretext for innovation in the factory at Bassano who are now established for the longterm as a major player in the future of karting.

Committed to family values, Parolin Racing Kart can rely on Marco Parolin in the future, Albino’s son, already heavily involved in running the company.


REPORT By Frédéric Billet - Kartcom / © Photo KSP - Philippe Kalmès

GLOBAL STRATEGY FOR EQUIPE DE FRANCE FFSA


On the initiative of Jean Alesi, FFSA has progressively set up a complete training and support program for the young hopefuls of French car racing since the early 2000’s.

The Circuit drivers were the first to pave the way, soon followed by Karting and Rally drivers. The impressive presence of France at the top level of car racing - four French drivers currently in F1 and the total domination in WRC with Sébastien Loeb and then with Sébastien Ogier - strengthens the importance of the Equipe de France FFSA teams and is proof of their relevance. The involvement of FFSA provides young drivers with better opportunities to succeed, much to the envy of their counterparts in other countries.


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KARTING AS TALENT SCOUT

It is no breaking news, since it has been known for long, but Karting is still the best school to start a career as a race car driver. FFSA therefore, has obviously designed its training and scouting policy around the first link in the sport’s chain. Scouting through Programme 10-15, where young drivers are observed right from the Minime and Cadet categories. More advanced training for the members of Equipe de France FFSA Karting who achieve the status of high level sportsmen and race to win the international titles awarded by CIK-FIA. Through the Auto Sport Academy, the Championnat de France F4 offers a logical followup to these apprentice champions. What is remarkable is that at a time when the FIA encourages the development of National F4 championships, France can count on an established experience in the field, which places it several lengths ahead.

POSITIVE OUTCOME FOR THE 2013 TEAM


Valentin Moineault has finally achieved the top of the ĂŠlite category at European level. The Vice-championship title obtained after his victory in Italy finally establishes the talent of a pilot that had remained understated so far. Dorian Boccolacci has completed an outstanding first year in KF, with the victories in the WSK Master and Euro Series as well as the Margutti Trophy, before his sensational

starts in 125 gearbox with his victory in the International Super Cup KZ2 of CIKFIA held in Varennes (Fr). A member of Programme 10-15, Bryan Elpitiya has shown more and more convincing performances in KF-Junior all the year long. These three drivers will now turn to car racing and take part in the French F4 Championship within Auto Sport Academy to try and relieve Anthoine Hubert, the

outgoing champion. He was also coming from Equipe de France FFSA Karting and so was Pierre Gasly now driver of the Red Bull Junior Team in FR 3.5, and more, Norman Nato, Anthony Abbasse, Jean-Eric Vergne, Jules Bianchi, Arnaud Kozlinski, Jean-Karl Vernay, Nelson Panciaticci, or Pierre Ragues, whose achievements this year have been remarkable, after joining the federal team.


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FIVE YOUNG DRIVERS FOR 2014

The new federal karting team consists of five drivers at the moment, three senior ones and two new entries. But this initial composition may evolve, in a sense or another, in the course of the season in function of the commitment and the results of the French drivers.

Gabriel Aubry - 15 years

KF Category

Nicolas Gonzales - 18 years

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THREE DRIVERS IN KF

TWO DRIVERS IN KF-JUNIOR

Nicolas Gonzales, aged 18, continues in this category after some good performances in 2013. He is serene at the start after all the work made with his team and finally expects international accomplishments. Gabriel Aubry, aged 15, is going to race his first year in KF with a new, renowned team, while he can count on a great racing schedule to get ready. New entry in Equipe de France, Julien Darras, also aged 15, has completed a remarkable 2013 season, going from KFJ to KF at the beginning of the year. In fact he has been crowned Italian Champion before big names of the KF2 category and is now targeting international victories.

By virtue of his 14 years of age, Jules Bollier had the choice between KF and KFJunior, but he has chosen to continue in the latter category which he knows so well as to achieve great results. Finally, Tom Leuillet has stepped into Programme 10-15 of Equipe de France FFSA Karting for a season of KF-Junior centered on international races, along with an intensive training program.

Jules Bollier - 14 years

KF-Junior Category

Tom Leuillet - 14 years

KF-Junior Category


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OBJECTIVE

ESSAY The organization of the KF and KF-Junior World Championships in Essay, France, is a strong motivation for French drivers to face a difficult challenge and obtain the supreme reward. Morgan Caron, National Technical Director, does not deny his hope to see a French driver on the top step of a world podium.

ÂŤWe are going to do all the best for our drivers to be in perfect shape in September at the most important event of the season. It is apparent that a French victory on this occasion would arouse a great deal of interest and have a positive impact on French karting overall.Âť


REPORT

A NEW ORGANIZATION For 2014, National Technical Director Morgan Caron has started a process of staff renewal in the Equipes de France FFSA including a sharing of resources among the three groups. The four-time WTCC World Champion holds his role of Captain which he has held since 2009, being at the disposal of young kartmen as much as he can. On the other hand, Alexandre Bernard, athletic trainer of the pro A Mans basketball team, joins Equipe de France. He’ll have the task of drawing up individual fitness training programs for each driver at the end of each stage. Cédric Papin shall work in direct contact with the athletic trainer in his role as physiotherapist. Marc Berteaux - involved in young people’s training for a long time, working in Programme 10-15 so far, and the initiator of many activities on his track in Salbris - is now responsible on-site for Equipe de France FFSA Karting, assisted by Mathieu Zangarelli who is progressively turning to single-seaters.


REPORT

CHAMONIX, KEY PRE-SEASON EVENT Karting drivers met their fellow drivers of the Circuit and Rally teams for the traditional pre-season training stage in Chamonix. Morgan Caron gives his account: «  Committed to do their best, the five drivers of Equipe de France FFSA Karting have shown great motivation during a week full of various activities. Specifically, we have had them work on cardio during cross-country skiing, and hiking with snowshoes and sealskin. They have had the opportunity to condition their muscles in the fitness center or by climbing. Their medical assessments at the beginning of the year provide them with a reference point for the work that they shall do from now to the next appointment at the Auto Sport Academy. At this stage, we can be satisfied with the 2014 team.  It is now up to them to prove that we were right to trust them to make the colors of France shine at the highest level.»


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Rotax Winter Cup By Frédéric Billet - Kartcom / © Photo KSP - Guillaume Veuve

THE 2014 ROTAX WINTER CUP FINISHES AT CAMPILLOS


After its first three stagings, the Rotax Winter Cup held at Campillos (ESP) organised by RGMMC, has turned a corner, firstly with a substantial increase in the number of drivers: 133 this year against an average of 90 previously. The opening event of the European Rotax season still attracts many Britons with no less than 35 representatives, more than 25% of the field. The French entries have increased to 22 drivers this time, 2nd among the 25 nationalities.

The OTK brands (Tony Kart and co) are a real dominant group in this event with 70% of the chassis running. The results follow for the Prevalle factory, with 18 of its products in the top 20 in Juniors and Seniors, plus victory in DD2. Impressive. The Strawberry Racing team remains true to it’s reputation with the entire podium in Seniors, victory and a 3rd place in Juniors and in DD2.

One more word about the organization from RGMMC, which was impeccable as usual, and the firmness of the stewards who warned and punished many drivers who went too far, and, from the qualifying heats onwards exclusion if necessary, relying on many items of video evidence. Finally, although it is still being perfected, live TV online of the event has significantly increased in popularity, with a special mention for the two excellent British commentators.

RGMMC.COM


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VIPS PREVAILS IN THE END IN JUNIORS

Already fast in 2013, the Estonian Juri Vips (Tony Kart - Strawberry Racing) won the Junior final on the last lap of the race against the Austrian polesitter Thomas Preining (FA Kart - Team TKP), with the fastest lap, and his Dutch teammate Richard Verschoor, who finished second, and the American Darren Keane (Tony Kart - Strawberry Racing) completed the podium. We noted the strong gains of 18 places each from the young Spaniard up from 60 Mini, Eliseo Martinez (CRG - CRG) in 11th, and the British driver Hugo Bentley Ellis (Tony Kart - RL Racing Dept UK) in 13th. The best performer under the tricolor was none other than French Cadet Champion from 2013, Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer (Tony Kart - Jana Racing) who was able to read the race to finish in an interesting 17th position, just ahead of Hugo Chevalier ( Tony Kart - RK Competition), faster and faster, but excluded from the final race for overly aggressive driving. Louis-Ferdinand Simmenauer (Tony Kart - Jana Racing) was always in the game, even though he had a retirement in a heat and a tough final. Good things also came from Enzo Coursimault (Kosmic - PKS), 14th in the prefinal and the victim of a collision at the start of the final.


REILLY WINS

SENIORS AFTER A LONG BATTLE WITH ZHOU A victory of experience over youth, Joseph Reilly (Tony Kart - Strawberry Racing) - age 21 - finally took the lead over the youngest driver and winner of the 2013 Rotax Euro Challenge in Juniors, his British teammate Guan Yu Zhou. Reilly began with pole position in qualifying and consistent performance in heats before bowing to Zhou in the prefinal. He dominated most of the final before Reilly made a decisive attack with two laps to go. There was a magnificent third place on the podium for the Swedish driver Jessica Backman (Tony Kart - Strawberry Racing). Four French drivers qualified, but only Corentin Collignon (Zanardi - MPK Racing) and Kevin Petit (Sodi - Kart Racing Pro) - 5th in the repechage - were able to complete the final, 24th and 26th respectively. Caught in the crash at the start, Nicolas Picot (Sodi - Kart Racing Pro) remained in the gravel and Eva Benes (Kosmic - PKS) retired shortly after.


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BABINGTON AHEAD OF EVERYONE IN DD2

The Briton Sean Babington, now under the Tony Kart team colors with Strawberry Racing, was unbeatable this weekend in Spain. He finished his triumphal march with a final victory after winning everything since his pole in qualifying. The Belgian De Ruwe Xen (ART GP - ART GP Team) and the Spaniard Oriol Dalmau Caballero (Tony Kart - Motor Club Deportivo Creixell) were his main rivals before disappearing into the depths of the final ranking. The French driver Anthony Abbasse (Sodi - Sodi), returned to second place after a meeting that started badly with a disqualification in qualifying for being underweight. The Swede Andreas Backman (Tony Kart - Strawberry Racing) seized his chance and moved up to the 3rd step of the podium. The 2nd French driver in the category, Alexis Coursault (Birel - Sologne Sport Tech) retired after two rounds.


INCREDIBLE VICTORY FOR BERTEAUX IN DD2 MASTER The Franco-British driver Florent Lambert (Tony Kart - Tatum Racing) and the Irishman Martin Pierce (Praga - Praga Racing Team) had made their mark at the start of the competition in pure performance, even though they didn’t have success in the heats, but the French driver Guillaume Berteaux (Birel - Kartagene) who rose to first place in the end, an achievement after the disadvantage of exclusion in qualifying when he was underweight. The Belgian with a French license, Christophe Adams (Kosmic - Sonic Racing Kart), took 4th place and Franck Rouxel (Sodi - Sodi Shop) was 6th after he had held 3rd place in the prefinal.


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Hugo Chevalier HUGO-CHEVALIER.COM

By Frédéric Billet - Kartcom / © Photo KSP - Guillaume Veuve


HUGO CHEVALIER ON A HIGH AT CAMPILLOS His first race in Rotax Junior will be one of those moments that count in a driver’s career... Everything was new or nearly new for Hugo Chevalier at Campillos for the Rotax Winter Cup of 2014 - the Junior Rotax, the soft tyres, rain tyres, the chassis and the international field. While the driver from RK Competition had done some preparatory testing in the winter and the weekend before the first meeting of the season, the race was the starting point. Also new was Jean-Philippe Guignet, who joined the team to work with Hugo on data acquisition and video, a definite plus for this spirited driver. Delighted to finally be racing, Hugo was very motivated by the challenge. And the result from the competition was positive to say the least! A bit too far back in qualifying in a second group that was less favourable than the first, Hugo quickly got the power on. After already lapping quickly at the start of heat 1, he took advantage of his usual slick tyres in the rain at the end of race to make a difference and take 3rd position. Despite his relative inexperience on rain tyres, he managed 7th place in heat 2, but his third heat was interrupted by a black flag for «unfair driving». Something to move on from. Starting 21st, Hugo came back well in the prefinal before being pushed and he dropped down the standings. He had a further recovery in the final from 28th to 14th place, thanks to a good start as he well knows how to do. Then a brake problem stopped him from continuing his momentum and he had to settle for an 18th place finish. Now he feels very much in the game after his first international event, Hugo has only one desire: to go faster!


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During the winter, the Sodi Racing Team decided to partner with Kart Pro Racing for Rotax engines for the Sodi factory team at international races. Through it’s subsidiary KPR Motors, Dominique Chech got down to the task of providing engines for the Senior and DD2 categories. After Nicolas Picot’s podium in Senior Rotax at the Salbris Euro Challenge event at the end of 2013, Kart Pro Racing had expressed it’s ambition to compete in Rotax in 2014 against the top specialists who are mostly British teams, the acknowledged benchmarks in this discipline. The new collaboration with the Sodi Racing Team has increased these targets. DD2 has been the battleground of the biggest kart manufacturers for some time. The commitment of French driver Anthony Abbasse and the British driver Henry

Easthope to this category in the official Sodi colours makes it a greater and more strategic operation. From the first race of the year, the Rotax Winter Cup at Campillos, Spain, KPR has lived up to the confidence of the Sodikart factory. Abbasse and Easthope were in the game from the outset. After a penalty in qualifying for being a few grams underweight, Anthony worked hard against his opponents to return to the lead group. He did well to take fourth position in the final, while Henry started on the row line after running just outside the top five in the qualifying heats. Unfortunately he lost any chance on the first lap when hard contact damaged the chassis. Meanwhile, Anthony made a great start and quickly went from 3rd to 2nd place. He then tried to catch up within a second of Babington, but in vain.

THERE WAS GREAT SATISFACTION IN THE FRENCH CLAN FOR THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL DD2 PODIUM OF THE YEAR FROM ANTHONY ABBASSE ON THE SODI CHASSIS WITH ROTAX ENGINES PREPARED BY KPR. KART-PRO-RACING.COM


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Lambert Florent

GB

TONY KART

1

01'04''689'''

16

1

01'05''248'''

2

01'04''635'''

3

Pierce Martin

GB

PRAGA

2

01'04''793'''

30

4

01'05''223'''

3

01'04''475'''

4

Adams Christophe

F

KOSMIC

6

01'05''410'''

23

6

01'05''389'''

4

01'04''836'''

5

Laine Mikko

FIN

TONY KART

3

01'05''032'''

11

5

01'05''103'''

5

01'04''692'''

6

Rouxel Franck

F

SODI

8

01'07''524'''

26

3

01'05''663'''

6

01'05''278'''

7

Kabbage Nadir

MAR

INTREPID

5

01'05''261'''

27

8

01'05''878'''

7

01'05''307'''

8

Baudrand Louis

MAR

INTREPID

4

01'05''071'''

21

7

01'05''543'''

8

01'04''851'''

9

Shaposhnikov Maxim

RUS

OTK

7

01'06''173'''

29

9

01'06''115'''

9

01'05''697'''

P.

Pilot

Nat.

Mat.

Chr.

Time

Inter. Pre-Fin. Time

Fin. Time

1

Babington Sean

GB

TONY KART

1

01’03’’487’’’

1

1

01’04’’231’’’

1

01’03’’639’’’

2

Abbasse Anthony

F

SODI

19

DQ

8

4

01’04’’355’’’

2

01’03’’767’’’

3

Backman Andreas

S

TONY KART

4

01’03’’692’’’

4

7

01’04’’509’’’

3

01’03’’572’’’

4

Christiansen Michael E

DK

TONY KART

7

01’03’’990’’’

5

5

01’04’’455’’’

4

01’03’’497’’’

5

Beggi Alex

I

ART GP

8

01’04’’038’’’

12

8

01’04’’865’’’

5

01’03’’826’’’

6

Schirmer Marcel

D

TONY KART

13

01’04’’401’’’

9

11

01’04’’936’’’

6

01’03’’955’’’

7

De Ruwe Xen

B

ART GP

2

01’03’’517’’’

2

2

01’04’’396’’’

7

01’03’’866’’’

8

Van Riet Lorenzo

NL

FORMULA K

5

01’03’’781’’’

10

10

01’04’’868’’’

8

01’03’’939’’’

9

Garkaklis Haralds

LV

GILLARD

20

DQ

15

9

01’04’’733’’’

9

01’03’’906’’’

10

Collings Joshua

GB

CRG

6

01’03’’783’’’

7

14

01’04’’701’’’

10

01’03’’764’’’

11

Carneiro Rui

P

PRAGA

17

01’04’’864’’’

25

16

01’05’’045’’’

11

01’04’’233’’’

12

Easthope Henry

GB

SODI

10

01’04’’098’’’

6

6

01’04’’468’’’

12

01’04’’008’’’

13

Al Rawahi Sanad

OMN

DR

9

01’04’’068’’’

20

17

01’05’’343’’’

13

01’04’’129’’’

14

Haida Sascha Pio

D

FLANDRIA

12

01’04’’394’’’

18

20

14

01’04’’542’’’

15

Nomme Morten

FIN

TONY KART

14

01’04’’416’’’

17

12

01’04’’928’’’

15

01’04’’278’’’

16

Dalmau Caballero Oriol

E

TONY KART

3

01’03’’555’’’

3

3

01’04’’448’’’

16

01’04’’096’’’

17

Kamali Luka

D

CRG

11

01’04’’252’’’

13

19

01’05’’497’’’

17

01’06’’383’’’

18

Coursault Alexis

F

BIREL

21

DQ

24

21

18

01’06’’835’’’

19

Garcia Ramos Cristobal

E

KOSMIC

16

01’04’’535’’’

22

15

01’05’’476’’’

19

01’11’’917’’’

20

Etxegia Etxebeste Xuban

E

TONY KART

18

01’05’’042’’’

28

13

01’05’’632’’’

20

21

Fleischmann Maxi

D

PRAGA

15

01’04’’506’’’

14

18

01’05’’215’’’

DQ

DD2 MASTER

RESU

DD2

INTERNATIONAL

ROTAX Winter Cup


ESPAGNE

16.02.14

ROTAX / MOJO

P.

Pilote

Nat.

Mat.

Chr.

Time

Inter. Pre-Fin. Time

Fin. Time

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52

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GB CHN S GB B EST GB B EST GB B AUS GB GB GB B GB DK NL GB GB GB I F GB F USA D NL GB F A F DK F TUR D EST N F E S EST RUS F E F RUS RUS OMN J EST

TONY KART TONY KART TONY KART FA KART TONY KART TONY KART TONY KART FA KART FA KART INTREPID FA KART FA KART TONY KART TONY KART TONY KART TONY KART TONY KART TONY KART INTREPID KOSMIC TONY KART TONY KART TBA ZANARDI TONY KART SODI CRG TONY KART FA KART TONY KART KOSMIC FA KART SODI TONY KART SODI TONY KART TONY KART FA KART GILLARD KOSMIC KOSMIC INTREPID TONY KART TONY KART FA KART CRG SODI FA KART KOSMIC DR INTREPID TONY KART

1 3 8 10 12 51 5 17 14 9 2 11 13 4 6 20 16 32 41 40 28 19 34 38 18 47 27 7 25 15 22 30 48 29 43 36 24 23 35 45 21 31 46 52 26 37 39 44 50 42 49 33

01'04''919''' 01'05''116''' 01'05''372''' 01'05''377''' 01'05''396''' NQ 01'05''304''' 01'05''535''' 01'05''443''' 01'05''374''' 01'05''053''' 01'05''394''' 01'05''418''' 01'05''137''' 01'05''312''' 01'05''616''' 01'05''488''' 01'05''827''' 01'06''083''' 01'06''038''' 01'05''781''' 01'05''548''' 01'05''900''' 01'06''032''' 01'05''541''' 01'06''307''' 01'05''725''' 01'05''313''' 01'05''707''' 01'05''466''' 01'05''640''' 01'05''816''' 01'06''411''' 01'05''796''' 01'06''213''' 01'05''942''' 01'05''675''' 01'05''663''' 01'05''938''' 01'06''299''' 01'05''620''' 01'05''817''' 01'06''302''' DQ 01'05''716''' 01'05''990''' 01'06''034''' 01'06''265''' 01'06''858''' 01'06''180''' 01'06''795''' 01'05''867'''

1 2 8 9 6 10 14 7 11 13 12 21 17 23 26 3 18 28 27 20 31 5 35 19 16 44 22 4 15 37 24 42 25 33 40 39 30 43 38 52 48 46 47 51 32 41 36 45 50 34 49 29

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 P 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 P 29 P 30 31 32 33 34

2 1 3 P 15 5 4 27 9 34 31 23 12 28 6 P 21 33 18 10 11 29 14 7 30 32 26 P 24 22 25 13 8 17 16 20 19

01'05''404''' 01'05''399''' 01'05''521''' 01'05''495''' 01'05''680''' 01'05''407''' 01'05''622''' 01'05''607''' 01'06''594''' 01'05''530''' 01'05''593''' 01'06''976''' 01'05''343''' 01'05''618''' 01'05''852''' 01'05''788''' 01'06''066''' 01'06''495''' 01'06''031''' 01'05''705''' 01'07''045''' 01'50''689''' 01'05''596''' 01'06''280''' 01'06''149''' 01'05''426''' 01'05''566''' 01'05''710''' 01'06''206''' 01'06''230''' 01'05''815''' 01'06''197'''

01'04''959''' 01'04''939''' 01'05''102''' 01'05''129''' 01'05''127''' 01'05''160''' 01'04''998''' 01'05''275''' 01'05''074''' 01'05''094''' 01'05''040''' 01'05''582''' 01'05''255''' 01'05''221''' 01'05''448''' 01'05''235''' 01'05''354''' 01'05''431''' 01'05''744''' 01'05''577''' 01'05''830''' 01'05''312''' 01'06''031''' 01'06''250''' 01'05''287''' 01'06''130''' 01'05''553''' 01'04''750''' 01'05''109''' 01'05''147''' 01'06''176'''

ROTAX SENIOR

ULTS


CAMPILLOS

RESULTS P.

Pilot

Nat.

Mat.

Chr.

Time

Inter. Pre-Fin. Time

Fin. Time

1

Vips Juri

EST

TONY KART

4

01'06''482'''

2

6

01'06''766'''

1

01'06''145'''

2

Verschoor Richard

B

FA KART

2

01'06''330'''

1

1

01'06''818'''

2

01'06''413'''

3

Keane Darren

USA

TONY KART

10

01'06''817'''

4

4

01'06''844'''

3

01'06''350'''

4

Preining Thomas

A

FA KART

1

01'06''163'''

3

7

01'06''576'''

4

01'06''015'''

5

Wooder Dave

GB

FA KART

9

01'06''652'''

5

3

01'06''664'''

5

01'06''304'''

6

Timmermans Max

B

FA KART

16

01'06''947'''

7

2

01'06''930'''

6

01'06''186'''

7

Mccarthy Jack

GB

TONY KART

7

01'06''629'''

25

10

01'06''581'''

7

01'06''066'''

8

York Oliver

GB

TONY KART

8

01'06''648'''

19

19

01'06''992'''

8

01'06''219'''

9

Quinn Alex

GB

TONY KART

15

01'06''940'''

6

5

01'06''722'''

9

01'06''391'''

10

Fulk Zak

GB

TONY KART

3

01'06''431'''

22

11

01'06''782'''

10

01'06''258'''

11

Martinez Eliseo

E

CRG

14

01'06''937'''

16

29

01'07''787'''

11

01'06''183'''

12

Hutchison Finlay

GB

TONY KART

21

01'07''107'''

8

9

01'07''177'''

12

01'06''389'''

13

Ellis Hugo Bentley

GB

TONY KART

33

01'07''615'''

14

32

01'07''687'''

13

01'06''330'''

14

Willemse Luc

NL

FA KART

29

01'07''333'''

11

12

01'07''214'''

14

01'06''645'''

15

Brown Nutley Jordan

GB

TONY KART

37

01'07''682'''

12

13

01'07''787'''

15

01'06''599'''

16

Thomas Harrison

GB

KOSMIC

19

01'07''077'''

37

20

01'06''947'''

16

01'06''289'''

17

Simmenauer Jean Baptiste

F

TONY KART

24

01'07''208'''

23

24

01'07''313'''

17

01'06''279'''

18

Chevalier Hugo

F

TONY KART

28

01'07''286'''

21

P 28

01'07''144'''

18

01'06''588'''

19

Tregurtha Will

GB

TONY KART

6

01'06''613'''

29

34

19

01'06''425'''

20

Van Der Wal Dikkie

NL

INTREPID

50

DQ

36

18

01'07''257'''

20

01'06''581'''

21

Wooder Luke

GB

FA KART

17

01'06''985'''

13

31

01'07''411'''

21

01'06''289'''

22

Simmenauer Louis Ferdinand

F

TONY KART

11

01'06''846'''

27

16

01'07''075'''

22

01'06''487'''

23

De Rooij Denise

NL

TONY KART

31

01'07''506'''

20

P 27

01'07''382'''

23

01'06''632'''

24

Louko Daniel

FIN

TONY KART

27

01'07''251'''

31

22

01'07''190'''

24

01'06''571'''

25

Bird Max

GB

TONY KART

30

01'07''437'''

17

30

01'07''011'''

25

01'06''736'''

26

Garcia Marta

E

ZANARDI

5

01'06''539'''

10

33

26

01'06''666'''

27

Wong Andrew

GB

TONY KART

39

01'07''740'''

24

25

01'07''331'''

27

01'06''816'''

28

Kroes Danny

NL

TONY KART

23

01'07''144'''

15

15

01'07''058'''

28

01'06''424'''

29

Korjus Kaspar

EST

FA KART

26

01'07''232'''

33

26

01'08''101'''

29

01'07''035'''

30

Van Der Laan Mauricio

E

CRG

25

01'07''217'''

26

P 23

01'07''109'''

30

01'07''594'''

31

Opmeer Jarno

NL

MADDOX

13

01'06''930'''

30

17

01'07''000'''

31

32

Symons Scott

GB

KOSMIC

32

01'07''568'''

18

21

01'07''613'''

32

33

Coursimault Enzo

F

KOSMIC

18

01'07''021'''

28

14

01'06''943'''

33

P

34

Hoogenboom Leonard

B

FA KART

12

01'06''928'''

9

8

01'07''264'''

34

DQ

35

Keskitalo Aleksi

FIN

TONY KART

22

01'07''139'''

38

36

Slavinski Dzianis

BLR

TONY KART

20

01'07''079'''

34

37

Marserou Vincent

F

TONY KART

35

01'07''643'''

32

38

Hoggard Johnathan

GB

TONY KART

36

01'07''647'''

39

39

Carde Emilien

F

KOSMIC

47

01'08''271'''

45

40

Simmons Ayrton

B

WILDKART

46

01'08''105'''

46

41

Iledo Tom

F

TONY KART

40

01'07''746'''

44

42

Budovsky Michael

LV

TONY KART

38

01'07''696'''

40

43

Kamenok Artemy

LV

TBA

51

DQ

47

44

Kuznetcov Gleb

RUS

CRG

48

01'08''451'''

42

45

Perceval Antoine

F

TONY KART

42

01'07''874'''

35

46

Kent Bradley

GB

TONY KART

41

01'07''853'''

48

47

Nosov Ivan

RUS

TONY KART

44

01'08''008'''

43

48

Barrett Bradley

GB

TONY KART

34

01'07''639'''

50

49

Stricker Tiago

P

CRG

49

01'08''885'''

51

50

Cohen Ido

ISR

TONY KART

45

01'08''067'''

49

51

Charpentier Tristan

F

OTK

43

01'07''915'''

41

ROTAX JUNIOR

INTERNATIONAL

ROTAX Winter Cup


ESPAGNE

16.02.14

ROTAX / MOJO STATISTICS

NATIONALITY ROYAUME-UNI FRANCE BELGIQUE PAYS-BAS ESPAGNE ESTONIE ALLEMAGNE FEDERATION DE RUSSIE FINLANDE DANEMARK LETTONIE SUEDE OMAN ETATS-UNIS PORTUGAL AUTRICHE ITALIE MAROC BELARUS JAPON ISRAテ記 NORVEGE CHINE AUSTRALIE TURQUIE

35 22 9 8 8 7 6 6 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

CHASSIS TONY KART FA KART KOSMIC CRG INTREPID SODI PRAGA BIREL GILLARD ZANARDI TBA DR OTK ART GP MADDOX FORMULA K FLANDRIA WILDKART

61 18 11 8 7 7 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1


INTERNATIONAL

Winter Cup 2014

By Frédéric Billet - Kartcom / © Photo KSP - Guillaume Veuve & Philippe Kalmès

FIRST INDICATOR OF THE YEAR AT LONATO


The great Italian classic celebrated it’s 19th year on the South Garda Karting track at Lonato. The opening event of the international season, the Winter Cup gives a taste of the prospects before the major events of spring. A sign of the times, the entry was down this year with 207 drivers as opposed to 239 in 2013 and 273 in 2012.

time. Only the KF-Junior (87) and KZ2 (71) categories still have a good level of entries. The evolution of karting in the twentyfirst century and the economic conditions largely explain these figures.

With regards to the equipment, not all the manufacturers were officially represented at Lonato. Chassis from the OTK factory made up an impressive score of 44% of the field, ahead of CRG (22%) and Birel (4%), with Energy (9%) In terms of nationalities, Russia now ranks and ART GP (7%) showing good figures. 2nd with 24 competitors, behind Italy and 56% of the total used TM engines which ahead of the United Kingdom, while France accurately reflects the situation in all and Germany are less well represented categories, with Vortex in second place KF continues to play the poor relation than in the past. Of the countries in terms (26%) and IAME (10%), although very in terms of numbers, a long decline for of population, the Netherlands and Finland well represented in KZ2. the iconic kart category since the early are still in the lead. The contribution of other 2000s. In 2006, the last year of the 100cc continents, America and Asia, is increasing, SOUTHGARDAKARTING.IT engine, FA and ICA had totaled more than while Eastern Europe is increasingly 200 drivers at Lonato against 49 in KF this passionate about karting.


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THE INTERNATIONAL

SEASON STARTS AT THE

WINTER CUP

Technically, 2014 has begun on a familiar basis and also for the chassis and engines. The tyres used at Lonato differ from the tyres that will be used during the international season, except for KZ2. As a sporting event, the Winter Cup remains a race apart with a link to the past - which is not a criticism! - as well as being simpler than the current standard

organisation. To write his name in the history of this prestigious event, following those of many champions, always motivates the competitors at the Winter Cup. This year, the weather was rather mild with reasonable temperatures and sun, apart from a few showers.


AHMED WINS KF-JUNIOR The British driver Enaam Ahmed (FA Kart / Vortex) undoubtedly dominated the finals of the category KFJunior, winning three heats after his 7th in Qualifying. Fast whatever brand he races on, the Italian Lorenzo Travisanutto took his PCR / Parilla to second in the prefinal before settling for 3rd place. A team-mate of the winner at RFM Motorsport, the Briton Max Fewtrell (FA Kart / Vortex) moved up to second place in the final. Daniel Ticktum (Zanardi / Parilla) finished 4th, Tommaso Mosca (Tony Kart / TM) 5th and Giuliano Raucci (Energy / TM), 6th. There was an incredible comeback for Davide Lombardo (Tony Kart / Vortex), 45th in qualifying, winner of the repechage and 7th in the final. The fastest lap went to Georgy Talachanov (Tony Kart / BMB). Qualified narrowly through the Repechage, Polish driver Wiktoria Pankiewicz (Tony Kart / TM) was ranked 22nd. The French drivers, of whom there are few in this category, have not been very successful. Giuliano Alesi (Tony Kart / TM), however, showed much higher potential than last year, while the young Alessandro Brozzoni (Energy / TM) was not unworthy in his first big international race, he comes directly from hobby karting, apart from a round of the German Championship in 2013.


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LORANDI ALREADY AHEAD IN KF

The top speed of Alessio Lorandi (Tony Kart / TM) in KF was undeniable in his first race in the category. Team Baby Race seems to have an edge that allowed the World Champion KF-Junior of 2013 to dominate throughout the event. Apart from a retirement in a hear and a little impatience in the prefinal, Lorandi totally defeated the competition. Felice Tiene (CRG / TM) was his most serious opponent, while Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG / TM) put in a very convincing performance (gaining 22 places) to reach the third step of the podium. Driving an ART GP / TM, Nikita Sitnikov seized his chance to finish fourth from Martijn Van Leeuwen

(Zanardi / Parilla) and Kevin Rossel (Tony Kart / TM), who was 6th after starting from the 30th position. Then the rookie Jehan Daruvala (FA Kart / Vortex) was the fastest in the race. An official driver of the Tony Kart Racing Team, the French driver Gabriel Aubry (Tony Kart / Vortex) didn’t waste his debut in KF, also revealing speed in his recoveries. Also very fast, Julien Darras (Kosmic / Vortex) unfortunately lost his chance to shine after clashes in the finals. Paolo Besancenez (Tony Kart / TM) was faced with a decline in performance of his machine from qualifying onwards - due to the tyres? - and earned qualification through the repechage. He came back very strongly in the prefinal before being pushed around in the final. Alexander Gadois (FA Kart / Parilla) failed to get through the repechage.


KZ2: DALE OPENS AND DE CONTO CONCLUDES Andrea Dale’ (CRG / Maxter) has long been a favourite at Lonato: qualifying, three heats out of four, prefinal were his with relative ease. But the professionals did not fail to challenge him. Flavio Camponeschi and Marco Ardigo (Tony Kart / Vortex) were included, but Marco Zanchetta (Maranello / TM) and Bas Lammers (Formula K / Parilla) always stayed close. The final changed the situation as the duel for the lead was between from the start Paolo De Conto (Birel / TM) and Lammers. The Italian and Dutch drivers raced brilliantly until the

end where there was a nice win for Birel. Several drivers battled for 3rd place, but Dale finally managed to get on the podium with the fastest lap ahead of Ben Hanley (ART GP / TM) and Camponeschi. Douglas Lundberg (Alpha / TM) was within the top 10 in his first race in the French team CPB Sport.

in the top five, but understeer for his chassis with the new tyres didn’t allow him to aim for victory. Thomas Laurent (Tony Kart / Vortex) of the Cédric Sport team, once again put his bumper among the very fast drivers, but the finals were not favourable for him. Enzo Marchetti’s (Energy / TM) the recovery was complicated by large animated packs and he The French driver Arnaud Kozlinski couldn’t get within the top six of the (Intrepid / TM) was behind the repechage. Thomas Maingre (Alpha wheel of a KZ in a race after months / TM) was not disappointed to have of interruption due to his serious learnt about international KZ2 at accident at Sarno. Having lost none Lonato at the start of a season that of his sense of attack, he long figured looks busy.


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By Frédéric Billet - Kartcom © Photo KSP - Philippe Kalmès

LAMMERS AND FORMULA K, A PROMISING COLLABORATION Happy to race for Andrea Bertolini’s brand as an official driver, the champion from Holland Bas Lammers began the 2014 season with a warning by taking second place at the Winter Cup last weekend. However, the development programme in KZ from Formula K, in association with Parilla engines prepared by Falcon RS Tec-Sav, is just beginning. The Dutch driver began by setting the second fastest time on the clock in his qualifying session at Lonato, but the track conditions for his group was not the most favourable and he found himself 14th overall. He then secured two second places and a win in the heats and moved back up to 5th in the intermediate classification. The talent of the Dutch driver was marvelous in the finals and he finished third in the prefinal and second in the final. The performance recorded during the Winter Cup is a good omen for the rest of the season with Formula K for Bas Lammers, whose ambitions are nothing less than to target the peak of the top category of international karting.

BASLAMMERS.COM


INTERNATIONAL

By Frédéric Billet - Kartcom © Photo KSP - Philippe Kalmès

n e i l Ju JULIEN FONG

2013 KF Asia Pacific Champion Julien Fong Wei Jie started his international season with the Kartronix Int’l team. The driver from Singapore started with the Winter Cup, a classic event included in the CIK-FIA calendar. Although he started in during free practice with the best performance of his team, Julien’s Tony Kart / TM then experienced a decline in performance in qualifying where he was only 33rd. Adapting to the Bridgestone tyres used at Lonato could have been the cause, but the team was surprised and disappointed by the problem without all the parameters in hand to fix it. Julien then had to fight in the middle of the pack, which is still a difficult exercise at the South Garda Karting circuit. Despite his efforts, he didn’t qualify for the finals of the 2014 Winter Cup. The situation is not dramatic, as other tyres, Dunlop, are to be used in races and championships during the season. Julien therefore hopes he will quickly find a machine that allows him to realize his ambitions. He has to work hard before resuming his studies in Singapore at the end of the season.

IE J I E W NG O F N E I JUL

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By Frédéric Billet - Kartcom / © Photo KSP - Philippe Kalmès

THE RISING GERMAN IN INTERNATIONAL KF Just 17 years old, the German Moritz Horn is starting his second year in KF. Trained in the ADAC Youngster Cup in 2010, he then raced in KF3 for two seasons in Germany before joining the Energy Corse team and started international racing in 2013, in addition to the DKM where he finished 23rd, he finished 15th in the WSK Final Cup in November at Castelletto. He will compete in a full programme in 2014 to support his growth at the top level.

Moritz started his season this weekend in the Winter Cup at the Lonato circuit. The improvement compared to 2013 was notable from qualifying, and he was around the top 15 in the heats. He then qualified for the final with a 3rd place after a battle in the Repechage and continued his momentum up to 22nd position in the final, despite problems in the prefinal. Moritz will race in all of the major international races in 2014, the WSK

Champions Cup, the Super Master Series, Final Cup, CIK-FIA European and World Championships and the Margutti and Industrial Trophies, in addition to the DKM German Championship. This will be enough to give him the opportunity to hone his experience and perform well on the biggest European kart circuits before finishing his season in Las Vegas at the Supernationals. MORITZ-HORN.DE


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FORZA

By Frédéric Billet - Kartcom / © Photo KSP - Philippe Kalmès

VERY POSITIVE WINTER CUP FOR FORZA RACING


The new structure of Jamie Croxford’s Forza Racing team has already demonstrated strong potential at the first major international race of the 2014 season, the famous Winter Cup. Five Forza Racing drivers showcased their abilities due to the effective team and equipment from Tony Kart / TM. The Dane Kevin Rossel scored the best result by finishing 6th in the KF final, an achievement after starting 30th on the grid. In KF-Junior, the Polish driver Wiktoria Pankiewicz beat her sister Julia who had to fight bravely at the back of the pack after a modest qualifying. Wiktoria, who twice took top 10s in the heats, fought to the end to qualify through the repechage and ended on a positive note with 22nd in the final.

After qualifying 9th in KF, the Venezuelan Sidney Gomez had flattering results in the qualifying heats, but an exclusion in his first heat cost him dear in the intermediate classification. 26th in the prefinal, he climbed to 15th in the final. Russian driver Yan Shlom experienced too many problems to qualify despite quite convincing speed. It was also the first lap that heavily penalized Kevin Rossel in the prefinal, forcing him to retire after a collision after he started on the third row after three good races. But the Dane did not admit defeat and launched into a fantastic comeback in the final. He gained no less than 24 positions, set the 3rd fastest lap and was in 6th place at the finish line. He clearly had the chance to aim for victory without its retirement in the prefinal. Forza Racing can be very satisfied with the performance of it’s drivers at the Winter Cup and look forward to great results for the remainder of the 2014 season. FORZA-RACING.CO


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WSK Champions Cup

INTERNATIONAL


By Frédéric Billet - Kartcom / © Photo KSP - Philippe Kalmès

WSK CHAMPIONS CUP

TWO-IN-ONE WINTER COMPETITION WSK Promotion has always wanted to offer an opportunity to race as early as possible in the season. After collective tests or an opening race in early February before the Winter Cup in the recent past, two events in a row were held this year at La Conca. A mini-championship in two rounds, the WSK Champions Cup is the start of the international season in terms of organization, grip and similar tyres to the major events to come. In this sense, the bet is successful. WSKARTING.IT


INTERNATIONAL We must remember that the WSK Super Master Series will finish by the end of April at Muro Leccese and the KF & KFJ European Championship will begin there in mid-May, two more reasons to come out to southern Italy. However, teams being away from their base for nearly two weeks has not always been appreciated in the paddock, even if the intention was a laudable limit on travel. Would one race weekend have been enough?

HANLEY, WINNER AT THE FINISH IN KZ2 The Briton Ben Hanley (Art GP / TM) won the Champions Cup with the large points haul he scored at the first weekend. Jorrit Pex (CRG / TM) won at the second meeting while two successive accidents disrupted the last hear and the prefinal. The radiator on Mirko Torsellini’s TM


exploded twice, flooding the track and causing accidents that were spectacular but not as severe as might have been feared. The Tony Kart / Vortex pair of Marco Ardigo and Flavio Camponeschi, in 2nd place, proved formidable, and Rick Dreezen was already very competitive on his new Zanardi / Parilla. Jonathan Thonon (Praga / Parilla) was fast and there was a good performance from JĂŠrĂŠmy Iglesias (Lenzo / LKE). Riccardo Negro, now on a Top Kart / TM, finished 3rd in the first final.

KF: DUEL FOR LORANDI AND BASZ;

ADVANTAGE TONY KART Alessio Lorandi (Tony Kart / TM), the World Champion in KFJ, had been extremely rapid during the first event, but Karol Basz (Tony Kart / Vortex) was able to reverse the trend during the second weekend while Callum Ilott

(Zanardi / Parilla) was between them on the second step of the podium in the final. The French driver Julien Darras (Kosmic / Vortex) took 4th in the standings after an eventful second round, while his teammate, the fast Nicklas Nielsen had hardly any luck. Egor Stupenkov (Energy / TM) was remarkably consistent at the front in both meetings. The only other French driver in the race, Paolo Besancenez (Tony Kart / TM) made a comeback to sixth position in the last final.


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AHMED CONTINUES HIS MOMENTUM IN KF-JUNIOR Already victorious in the Winter Cup, Enaam Ahmed (FA Kart / Vortex) is the strongest in KFJ in early 2014. The winner of the first final, he was strong in the final in the second after an incident won overall in front of his RFM teammate Max Fewtrell. Daniel Ticktum (Zanardi / Parilla) and Mick Junior (Tony Kart / Vortex) are among the drivers to watch in this category, while Lorenzo Travisanutto performs feats in his PCR, now powered by TM. Performance and consistency put Benjamin Lessennes (Kosmic / Parilla) in sixth position ahead of Anton Haaga (Lenzo / LKE), an incisive Swedish driver.

GAFAR WINS IN 60 MINI Always spectacular, 60 Mini resulted in tight battles up to the finish line. Finally Muizzuddin Abdul Gafar (Hero / LKE) won the series, after emerging during the second round after Giuseppe Fusco (Lenzo / LKE) dominated the first round. Bogdan Fetisov finished third ahead of David Vidales (FA Kart / LKE) and the Canadian driver Antonio Serravalle (Tony Kart / LKE).


INTERNATIONAL

By Frédéric Billet - Kartcom / © Photo KSP - Philippe Kalmès

TURNING POINT IN 2014 FOR JAMES PULL WITH TONY KART AND MCLAREN

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At 14, the British kart driver James Pull’s career is going in a new direction with two major innovations. He has started the 2014 season as an official driver of one of the best factory teams in the discipline, Tony Kart Racing Team, as well as being noticed and selected by McLaren’s Performance Academy as a motorsport hopeful.

KARTING FROM AGE 8 Born in Singapore, James Pull debuted in Malaysia in karting at the age of 8. He didn’t take long to gain more success in Asia in various categories (Rotax MiniMax, Mini Rok, Yamaha Cadet...) before coming to hone his skills in Europe in 2010. In Italy in the 60 Mini category, he achieved his best performances during the 2011 and 2012 seasons within an already very tough international field. First running in the colours of Zanardi and Dino Chiesa - the discoverer of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg - then with Tony Kart, with the support of the former World Champion Oliver Oakes, James Pull started full international competition from the summer of 2012 in the middle of turbulent fields in the CIK-FIA category KF-Junior (formerly KF3). 8th in the International Super Cup in England, he was then 14th in the final of the World Championship in Bahrain.

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INTERNATIONAL AMBITIONS IN 2014 WITH TONY KART Determined to push forward his career in karting, James has integrated in early 2014 with the Tony Kart Racing Team for a busy schedule of high level karting competitions. In addition to high performance equipment and a particularly thorough knowledge of racing, the Tony Kart Racing Team is renowned for it’s organization, which is no less thorough than the great car teams. Rigorous testing and ongoing use of collected data characterizes Roberto Robazzi’s team, provides excellent training for the young driver. Even though he hasn’t driven much this Spring for health reasons, James Pull performed very interestingly in his first race in early March in Italy, close to the top 10 in the final round of the WSK Champions Cup.

UNDER THE WING OF MCLAREN Serious and motivated, James Pull was quickly noticed in the karting paddocks, including by McLaren’s Performance Academy which he has joined the ranks as one of the most promising young motorsport talents of tomorrow. McLaren’s Performance Academy uses it’s expertise to give

the young talents selected a complete physical and mental training program and a sports coaching throughout the season. This long term project should give James extra potential for the rest of his career in single-seaters. Kevin Magnussen, the McLaren Mercedes F1 driver, also originating in karting, attributed part of his success to the excellent work of McLaren specialists in this field. Undoubtedly, James Pull’s future is in good hands.


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Praga Kart By Frédéric Billet - Kartcom / © Photo KSP - Philippe Kalmès

FIRST PODIUM OF THE SEASON AT LA CONCA PRAGAGLOBAL.COM


The performance of Praga Kart Racing Team in KZ2 was confirmed at the second meeting of the WSK Champions Cup. Patrik Hajek held his rank in the top five in the heats, while Jonathan Thonon was back in the pre-final, where he set the fastest lap, before reaching the third step of the podium in the final and finished 5th overall. In the space of a week, the work done by the team on the Dragon chassis and the Parilla Screamer engines obviously paid off. In KF, the performance gain is also acute as demonstrated by Karol Dabski finishing 4th in the prefinal although Joel Johansson was still unlucky. Rasmus Lindh made a good comeback in the KF-Junior Prefinal B, 30th in the intermediate classification, and clinched 8th on the line with very convincing lap times. The Praga Kart official team is now preparing for the important WSK Super Master series event at the Sarno circuit, which will host the KZ World Championship in October. Testing will also be stepped up for the occasion.


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W E F R O F Y R O T C I V A R O F P U C E H T D N A By Frédéric B

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© Photo KS et - Kartcom /

P - Philippe K

almès


L L E R T W D E M H A

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Ricky Flynn Motorsport demonstrated excellent competitiveness last weekend in both categories that the seven drivers were entered in. The team has now taken stock of the new tyres in 2014 on the FA Kart chassis, while the Vortex engines prepared by ONE are at full strength. All the ingredients are there for competitors to give their in the best events to come. Timed practice took place in the rain, but the somewhat atypical provisional order was quickly corrected during the heats. Max Fewtrell has been very consistent at the front of the field. An incident in the CD heat and a penalty in the last heat deprived him of the lead, but he caught up by winning the prefinal, with the fastest lap, and then the final. Enaam Ahmed followed a similar path at a distance, catching up in his prefinal while setting the fastest lap. Unfortunately, he was pushed on the start line of the final and had to come back from 17th to 9th position, running three tenths faster than the leaders. This is what retained him his 1st place in the Champions Cup ahead of his teammate Fewtrell. The German driver David Beckmann and Chinese Sun Yue Yang have made progress since the first round, they

were both in the top 10 in the intermediate classification. Although he was a long way back in qualifying Beckmann finished in 3rd place in his prefinal before concluding in 12th position. Yue Yang twice rose to the top three in the heats, but the first round of the prefinal went wrong and he had to start a little too far back. Ollie Norris was on the ball this weekend in KF. 2nd in qualifying in the rain, he has continued to perform well in the dry with third place at the end of the heats. Second in his prefinal, he fought in the top 6 in the final before giving up with a rare clutch fault. Lando Norris meanwhile made a step forward in this new category, as comfortable in the rain - 4th in qualifying - as in the dry in the first heat. Retiring in the last complicated the mission, especially as he was delayed by a driver who spun in front of him in his prefinal and he set off again a long way back. Despite his efforts and the fastest lap of the race, qualifying for the final escaped him. Guan Yu Zhou was a victim of the same incident, but had to retire when he had so far been a regular presence in the top 15. RICKYFLYNNMOTORSPORT.CO.UK


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EQUIPE DE franÇe FFSA karting

Champions Cup Info FFSA / © Photo KSP - Philippe Kalmès

TWO DRIVERS FROM THE FFSA EQUIPE DE FRANCE KARTING IN THE WSK CHAMPIONS CUP FFSAKARTING.ORG


Gabriel Aubry (Tony Kart / Vortex) took part in a very contrasting WSK Champions Cup at La Conca in early March for his second KF race at the Tony Kart Racing Team. Always very fast, the official Tony Kart Racing Team driver met with too many problems during this event to have good memories of it. However, with his level of performance, he should have had much higher place in the ranking of the event. Working with the Kosmic Racing Department, Julien Darras has been highlighted throughout the competition. Second in qualifying, he had excellent heats and kept his Kosmic / Vortex in the top five in the intermediate classification before taking a great victory in prefinal-A after a long battle. Fourth in the final, he took 2nd place overall after the first round. The second round of the WSK Champions Cup unfortunately didn’t go as well for Darras. Slowed by a lack of a suitable set-up in the rain in qualifying, he was then very comfortable in the dry, but many clashes in the pack deprived him of a well-deserved podium. «I can’t say I’m happy with the result!» he explained, «Many drivers did whatever they liked this weekend, as happens early in the season with drivers who aren’t experienced enough. It’s a shame, because my Kosmic / Vortex was very fast and the team did a good job. We have what it takes to win and I hope to see more success at Sarno...»


LA

RESU P.

Pilot

Nat.

Mat.

Chr.

Time

Inter. Pre-Fin.

Time

Fin. Time

1

Hanley Benjamin

GB

ART GP / TM

8

46''512'''

8

3

46''658'''

1

46''782'''

2

Camponeschi Flavio

I

TONY KART / VORTEX

1

46''294'''

7

9

46''676'''

2

46''730'''

3

Negro Riccardo

I

TOP KART / TM

6

46''484'''

6

5

46''727'''

3

46''888'''

4

Iglesias Jeremy

F

LENZOKART / LKE

13

46''616'''

4

2

46''841'''

4

46''719'''

5

Lundberg Douglas

S

ALPHA / TM

25

46''907'''

9

6

46''646'''

5

46''897'''

6

Dreezen Rick

B

ZANARDI / PARILLA

15

46''642'''

16

7

46''884'''

6

46''916'''

7

Fore Davide

I

CRG / TM

4

46''383'''

17

10

46''723'''

7

46''622'''

8

Pex Jorrit

NL

CRG / TM

5

46''435'''

5

4

46''752'''

8

46''753'''

9

Ardigo Marco

I

TONY KART / VORTEX

3

46''323'''

2

29

46''902'''

9

46''659'''

10

Torsellini Mirko

I

ART GP / TM

18

46''678'''

20

8

46''669'''

10

46''872'''

11

Hajek Patrik

CZ

PRAGA / PARILLA

16

46''658'''

3

30

46''936'''

11

46''720'''

12

Romkema Ricardo

NL

ENERGY / TM

20

46''757'''

12

16

47''144'''

12

47''000'''

13

Hansen Andreas

DK

TONY KART / VORTEX

7

46''507'''

15

24

47''061'''

13

46''924'''

14

Marcon Nicola

I

ENERGY / TM

11

46''603'''

14

13

46''916'''

14

46''834'''

15

Cunati Simone

I

TOP KART / PARILLA

10

46''594'''

18

15

46''977'''

15

46''809'''

16

Cesetti Sauro

I

TOP KART / TM

14

46''641'''

10

11

46''755'''

16

46''915'''

17

Vigano Matteo

I

TOP KART / PARILLA

17

46''663'''

13

27

46''848'''

17

46''819'''

18

Sportella Giovanni

I

BIREL / TM

12

46''608'''

29

22

47''315'''

18

47''010'''

19

Antonsen Emil

N

DR / TM

9

46''539'''

11

12

46''887'''

19

46''994'''

20

Rismyhr Finn Erik

N

DR / TM

26

46''933'''

19

28

47''004'''

20

47''032'''

21

Beccaria Michele

I

TOP KART / TM

24

46''885'''

22

17

47''142'''

21

47''094'''

22

Henrique Chaves

P

ZANARDI / PARILLA

21

46''793'''

21

21

47''273'''

22

47''254'''

23

Idzkowski Bartosz

PL

CRG / TM

27

46''940'''

23

23

47''521'''

23

47''266'''

24

Timo Daniele

I

MARANELLO / TM

30

47''072'''

31

25

47''551'''

24

47''336'''

25

Maingre Thomas

F

ALPHA / TM

29

47''027'''

26

20

47''002'''

25

47''115'''

26

Backman Andreas

S

KOSMIC / VORTEX

23

46''878'''

27

DQ

26

47''241'''

27

Sicilia Gianmarco

I

INTREPID / TM

31

47''881'''

28

26

47''946'''

27

48''248'''

28

De Ruwe Xen

B

ART GP / MODENA

22

46''841'''

30

18

46''989'''

28

47''217'''

29

Thonon Jonathan

B

PRAGA / PARILLA

2

46''308'''

1

1

46''791'''

29

46''906'''

30

Pex Stan

NL

CRG / TM

28

46''963'''

24

19

47''087'''

30

47''138'''

31

Bizalion Charly

F

ALPHA / TM

19

46''748'''

25

14

46''970'''

31

46''930'''

KZ2 BRIDGESTONE

INTERNATIONAL

WSK CHAMPIONS CUP


CONCA

ITALIE

02.03.14

P.

Pilot

Nat.

Mat.

Chr.

Time

Inter. Pre-Fin. A Time A

Pre-Fin. B Time B Fin Time

1

Lorandi Alessio

I

TONY KART / TM

5

46''890'''

12

1

47''672'''

1

47''659'''

2

Basz Karol

PL

TONY KART / VORTEX

4

46''874'''

2

3

47''991'''

2

47''671'''

3

Nielsen Nicklas

DK

KOSMIC / VORTEX

3

46''857'''

1

2

48''255'''

3

47''636'''

4

Darras Julien

F

KOSMIC / VORTEX

2

46''843'''

5

1

48''183'''

4

47''528'''

5

Joyner Tom

GB

ZANARDI / PARILLA

7

47''027'''

6

4

48''172'''

5

47''611'''

6

Callum Ilott

GB

ZANARDI / PARILLA

1

46''813'''

4

5

47''700'''

6

47''422'''

7

Stupenkov Egor

RUS

ENERGY / TM

40

54''131'''

7

3

47''908'''

7

47''614'''

8

Pulcini Leonardo

I

TONY KART / VORTEX

9

47''103'''

9

4

48''022'''

8

47''674'''

9

Norris Lando

GB

FA KART / VORTEX

17

47''282'''

20

8

48''048'''

9

47''707'''

10

Maestranzi Marco

I

TOP KART / PARILLA

21

47''427'''

34

6

48''043'''

10

47''795'''

11

Mazepin Nikita

RUS

TONY KART / VORTEX

8

47''032'''

15

11

47''619'''

12

Martynyuk Maxim

I

ENERGY / TM

31

47''627'''

24

9

48''361'''

12

47''985'''

13

Zhou Guan Yu

CHN

FA KART / VORTEX

34

47''786'''

16

14

48''421'''

13

47''953'''

14

Gomez Sidney

VEN

TONY KART / TM

32

47''684'''

40

10

48''205'''

14

47''852'''

15

Shlom Yan Leon

RUS

TONY KART / TM

16

47''277'''

21

9

48''206'''

15

47''849'''

16

Kjaergaard Nikolai

DK

ENERGY / TM

30

47''620'''

19

8

48''141'''

16

48''108'''

17

Dabski Karol

PL

PRAGA / PARILLA

12

47''130'''

27

10

48''284'''

P 17

47''919'''

18

Okada Takuya

J

ART GP / TM

14

47''274'''

32

18

47''756'''

19

Janker Hannes

D

ZANARDI / PARILLA

24

47''461'''

11

12

48''181'''

19

47''897'''

20

Xia Yifan

CHN

TONY KART / TM

25

47''473'''

33

17

48''362'''

20

47''821'''

21

Sato Marino

PHL

PRAGA / PARILLA

19

47''290'''

31

15

48''104'''

21

47''885'''

22

Johansson Joel

S

PRAGA / PARILLA

38

50''993'''

38

22

48''084'''

23

Volkov Evgenii

RUS

TONY KART / PARILLA

36

48''028'''

29

14

48''429'''

23

47''974'''

24

Horn Moritz

D

ENERGY / TM

15

47''275'''

25

11

48''296'''

24

48''045'''

25

Korneev Alexey

D

TONY KART / VORTEX

20

47''416'''

28

12

48''302'''

25

48''126'''

26

Sette Camara Sergio

BRA

ART GP / TM

10

47''103'''

26

P 16

48''145'''

26

47''886'''

27

Lavelli Kevin

I

TOP KART / PARILLA

18

47''285'''

18

7

48''133'''

27

48''034'''

28

Troickiy Nikita

RUS

TONY KART / VORTEX

26

47''481'''

30

13

48''222'''

28

48''206'''

29

Norris Ollie

GB

FA KART / VORTEX

6

47''026'''

3

6

48''004'''

29

47''713'''

30

Aubry Gabriel

F

TONY KART / VORTEX

39

52''851'''

17

P 16

48''068'''

30

48''691'''

31

Van Leeuwen Martijn

NL

ZANARDI / PARILLA

11

47''106'''

8

31

49''058'''

32

Martucci Mario

I

TONY KART / TM

22

47''432'''

13

7

48''126'''

32

56''611'''

33

Skaras Emil

S

TONY KART / VORTEX

37

50''018'''

37

13

48''099'''

34

Marcu Dionisios

RO

CRG / TM

13

47''189'''

10

15

35

Fong Julien

SGP

TONY KART / TM

29

47''584'''

36

18

5

48''033'''

11

17

2

36

Hall Philip

S

TONY KART / VORTEX

33

47''773'''

23

37

Lundgaard Daniel

DK

TONY KART / VORTEX

23

47''438'''

22

38

Backman Jessica

S

KOSMIC / VORTEX

35

47''936'''

39

39

Thorsen Kristian

NL

ENERGY / TM

27

47''547'''

14

40

Zackary Dante

I

DR / TM

28

47''559'''

35

20

41

Valtteri Semi

FIN

TONY KART / VORTEX

41

41

DQ

42

Florescu Petru

RO

ZANARDI / PARILLA

42

42

48''339'''

48''446'''

47''856'''

33

18 19 19 20

DQ

48''174'''

DQ

KF DUNLOP

ULTS


LA

RESU P.

Pilot

Nat.

Mat.

Chr.

Time

Inter. Pre-Fin. A Time A Pre-Fin. B Time B Fin Time

1

Ahmed Enaam

GB

FA KART / VORTEX

4

47''654'''

4

1

47''873'''

1

47''959'''

2

Ticktum Daniel

GB

ZANARDI / PARILLA

6

47''664'''

10

2

48''088'''

2

48''205'''

3

Maslov Matvey

RUS

TONY KART / VORTEX

5

47''664'''

8

3

48''044'''

3

48''098'''

4

Fewtrell Max

GB

FA KART / VORTEX

1

47''516'''

1

4

47''644'''

3

48''577'''

5

Mick Junior

D

TONY KART / VORTEX

7

47''700'''

7

1

48''951'''

5

48''192'''

6

Defrancesco Devlin

USA

TONY KART / VORTEX

2

47''601'''

5

4

48''413'''

6

47''889'''

7

Lessennes Benjamin

B

KOSMIC / PARILLA

14

47''860'''

6

4

48''013'''

7

48''333'''

8

Haaga Anton

S

LENZOKART / LKE

46

48''293'''

14

6

48''158'''

8

47''948'''

9

Fernandez Sebastian

VEN

KOSMIC / TM

20

47''903'''

36

5

47''922'''

9

48''084'''

10

Mosca Tommaso

I

TONY KART / TM

24

48''006'''

29

2

48''983'''

10

48''257'''

11

49''127'''

11

48''514'''

11

Martinez Eliseo

E

LH / TM

44

48''261'''

27

12

Della Coletta Murilo

BRA

PCR / PARILLA

12

47''824'''

24

13

Alex

I

DR / TM

11

47''755'''

9

14

Garofano Remigio

I

LENZOKART / LKE

17

47''895'''

38

12

15

Yue Yang Sun

J

FA KART / VORTEX

34

48''116'''

16

8

16

Roes Casper

DK

ENERGY / TM

8

47''703'''

22

9

17

Lundgaard Christian

DK

TONY KART / VORTEX

10

47''729'''

35

15 9

6

48''112'''

12

48''128'''

13

48''245'''

48''351'''

14

48''374'''

48''243'''

15

48''070'''

48''017'''

16

48''245'''

17

48''222'''

48''965'''

48''885'''

18

Drugovich Felipe

BRA

TONY KART / TM

28

48''051'''

13

7

49''087'''

18

48''491'''

19

Maini Kush

IND

TONY KART / TM

42

48''233'''

21

12

49''187'''

19

48''356'''

10

48''929'''

20

Talachanov Georgy

RUS

TONY KART / BMB

16

47''891'''

17

20

48''159'''

21

Clement Novalak

CH

KOSMIC / VORTEX

62

48''758'''

54

17

48''204'''

21

48''505'''

22

Szyszko Szymon

PL

KOSMIC / VORTEX

18

47''898'''

62

14

48''156'''

22

48''285'''

23

Garcia Lopez Marta

E

ZANARDI / PARILLA

33

48''102'''

26

11

48''068'''

23

48''240'''

24

Van Kalmthout Rinus

B

ZANARDI / TM

22

47''937'''

25

P 24

48''570'''

8

49''123'''

25

Eriksson Joona

FIN

KOSMIC / VORTEX

53

48''408'''

53

14

49''320'''

25

48''982'''

26

Ye Yi Fei

CHN

ART GP / TM

29

48''057'''

45

5

49''253'''

26

48''697'''

27

Mazzola Pietro

I

LH / TM

60

48''750'''

43

17

49''661'''

27

48''651'''

28

Slutskiy Zachar

RUS

DR / TM

35

48''148'''

37

15

49''437'''

28

48''460'''

29

Tridici Tommaso

I

FORMULA K / TM

19

47''901'''

40

16

48''584'''

29

48''619'''

30

Smodorinov Alexey

I

TONY KART / PARILLA

25

48''009'''

44

10

48''508'''

30

48''418'''

31

Legeret Lucas

I

ZANARDI / PARILLA

30

48''082'''

20

7

48''346'''

31

48''402'''

32

Nyberg Tobias

N

TOP KART / PARILLA

64

48''884'''

65

32

49''412'''

33

Viscaal Bent

NL

ZANARDI / PARILLA

47

48''301'''

18

34

Podobsky Lukas

CZ

PRAGA / PARILLA

45

48''284'''

41

35

Festante Aldo

I

TONY KART / TM

55

48''542'''

50

36

Slutskiy Artem

RUS

DR / TM

21

47''923'''

59

37

Correa Juan

USA

ENERGY / TM

23

48''005'''

12

38

Lappalainen Konsta

FIN

TONY KART / VORTEX

31

48''086'''

49

39

Pankiewicz Wiktoria

PL

TONY KART / TM

54

48''448'''

42

40

Gregula Jacub

PL

TONY KART / VORTEX

50

48''327'''

55

41

Petrov Artem

RUS

DR / TM

39

48''193'''

46

42

Pits Andry

P

ZANARDI / TM

63

48''808'''

57

43

Ponomarenko Milen

RUS

TONY KART / VORTEX

38

48''180'''

48

44

Chinelli Massimo

I

TONY KART / TM

40

48''215'''

31

45

Pasma Patrik

FIN

ART GP / TM

27

48''049'''

30

46

Beckmann David

L

FA KART / VORTEX

13

47''839'''

19

47

Moreira Laliberte Kami

CAN

TONY KART / TM

36

48''166'''

28

48

Travnikov Sergei

RUS

DR / TM

49

48''326'''

33

49

Pankiewicz Julia

PL

TONY KART / TM

61

48''756'''

34

50

Martono Presley

RO

TONY KART / TM

37

48''170'''

11

51

Travisanutto Lorenzo

I

PCR / PARILLA

58

48''716'''

58

52

Della Coletta Marcel

BRA

PCR / PARILLA

57

48''716'''

61

53

Milesi Charles

F

ART GP / PARILLA

32

48''101'''

64

54

Lorandi Leonardo

I

TONY KART / TM

15

47''872'''

3

55

Lindh Rasmus

B

PRAGA / PARILLA

48

48''309'''

32

56

Vartanyan Alexander

RUS

TONY KART / VORTEX

9

47''724'''

15

57

Volegov Nikita

RUS

TONY KART / PARILLA

52

48''341'''

52

58

Smith Joshua Francis

GB

ART GP / TM

43

48''245'''

23

59

Tashkalov Damir

RUS

TONY KART / VORTEX

65

48''955'''

66

60

Lenzo Federico

I

LENZOKART / LKE

51

48''339'''

51

61

Vasile Daniel

RO

TONY KART / VORTEX

56

48''597'''

60

62

Bin Mazrul Haizad Adam Haikal

MYS

ART GP / TM

59

48''742'''

63

63

Sargeant Logan

USA

TONY KART / VORTEX

3

47''652'''

2

64

Zotov Gleb

RUS

TONY KART / TM

66

56''229'''

56

65

Krencisz Jan

PL

TONY KART / VORTEX

41

48''224'''

39

DQ

66

Alesi Giuliano

F

TONY KART / TM

26

48''033'''

47

EX

16

49''605'''

13

49''314'''

13

48''521'''

33 34

18 18 19 19 20 20 21 21 22 22 23 23 24 24 25 25 26 26 27 27 28 28 29 29 30 30 31 31 32 33

KFJ VEGA

INTERNATIONAL

WSK CHAMPIONS CUP


CONCA

ITALIE

02.03.14

P.

Pilot

Nat.

Mat.

Chr.

Time

Inter. Pre-Fin. A Time A Pre-Fin. B Time B

Fin Time

1

Fusco Giuseppe

I

LENZOKART / LKE

1

54''837'''

1

1

55''393'''

1

55''221'''

2

Vidales David

E

FA KART / LKE

19

55''451'''

5

2

55''433'''

2

55''181'''

3

Bogdanov Dimitri

RUS

TONY KART / LKE

7

55''077'''

8

1

55''620'''

3

55''214'''

4

Bin Abdul Gafar Muizzuddin

I

HERO / LKE

6

55''033'''

18

3

55''777'''

4

55''303'''

5

Marseglia Leonardo

I

TONY KART / LKE

25

55''612'''

9

3

55''442'''

5

55''208'''

6

Serravalle Antonio

CAN

TONY KART / LKE

8

55''112'''

7

4

55''527'''

6

55''242'''

7

Negro Rocco A.

I

TOP KART / COMER

17

55''420'''

15

5

55''780'''

8

Carenini Danny

I

TOP KART / LKE

10

55''225'''

14

9

Muller Mattia

I

LENZOKART / LKE

12

55''297'''

10

10

Abrusci Nicola

I

TONY KART / LKE

2

54''964'''

17

11

Hauger Dennis

I

HERO / LKE

18

55''442'''

6

12

Lahoz Lopez Alejandro

E

ART GP / LKE

44

01'05''064'''

13

Szyszko Maciej

I

KOSMIC / LKE

9

14

Dalkiran Mehmet Mert

I

TOP KART / LKE

13

15

Tripoli Francesco

I

HERO / LKE

16

Pagano Francesco

I

TOP KART / LKE

17

Grigorev Ivan

I

DR / LKE

18

Hourlias Anthanasios

GR

19

Skeed

I

20

Vici Manuel

I

21

Chiappini Tommaso

22

Pitulea Tudor Ioan

23 24

7

55''319'''

P9

55''795'''

8

55''398'''

P8

55''788'''

9

55''542'''

10

55''139'''

11

55''319'''

12

56''075'''

8

55''092'''

13

7

55''828'''

55''215'''

3

14

55''389'''

55''320'''

4

5

55''015'''

24

32

55''900'''

35

10

55''587'''

22

55''488'''

27

9

55''793'''

TOP KART / PARILLA 14

55''367'''

16

6

55''634'''

TOP KART / PARILLA 3

54''966'''

12

2

TOP KART / IAME

36

56''237'''

32

17

I

TONY KART / LKE

27

55''674'''

25

12

RO

TOP KART / LKE

38

56''324'''

31

15

Ponta Andrei

RO

TONY KART / LKE

35

56''217'''

22

Fetisov Bogdan

RUS

HERO / LKE

11

55''276'''

19

6

55''660'''

25

Coluccio Luigi

I

TOP KART / LKE

4

54''976'''

2

4

26

Kacovsky Matej

CZ

TOP KART / LKE

40

56''432'''

34

10

27

Kramp Dennis

NL

LENZOKART / LKE

42

56''773'''

26

11

28

Gomez Gutierrez Antonio

I

LENZOKART / LKE

24

55''598'''

41

29

Man Robert

S

LENZOKART / LKE

28

55''717'''

38

30

Schlett Kristopher

I

TONY KART / LKE

34

56''117'''

44

31

Worship Sami

E

ART GP / PARILLA

37

56''304'''

33

11

55''726'''

32

Camplese Riccardo Ayrton

I

TOP KART / LKE

26

55''671'''

39

16

33

Mizevych Makar

UKR

TONY KART / LKE

15

55''379'''

11

13

34

Cobilanski Richard

I

TOP KART / LKE

31

55''837'''

40

35

Narciso Samuele

I

TOP KART / LKE

16

55''400'''

21

18

55''424'''

19

56''622'''

P 20

56''589'''

21

57''138'''

36

Beato Antonio

I

IPK / PARILLA

39

56''358'''

42

37

Skocdopole Dan

I

TONY KART / LKE

29

55''735'''

29

38

Sekulic Damian

I

LENZOKART / LKE

21

55''475'''

20

39

Boccuto Gennaro

I

TOP KART / LKE

43

01'01''227'''

37

40

Maracaluso Santo

I

HERO / LKE

33

55''996'''

36

41

Rasmus Joutsimies

I

TONY KART / LKE

41

56''467'''

23

42

Ruvolo Biagio

I

LENZOKART / LKE

23

55''501'''

28

43

Bardas Aleksander

I

TONY KART / LENZO

20

55''457'''

43

44

Michelotto Mattia

I

TOP KART / LKE

30

55''766'''

30

5

13

55''361'''

P 16

55''653'''

14

55''380'''

7

55''709'''

15

55''531'''

16

55''575'''

17

55''576'''

P 18

55''564'''

55''583'''

19

55''200'''

56''568'''

20

56''060'''

55''753'''

21

56''283'''

56''076'''

22

56''135'''

23

55''894'''

24

55''412'''

55''460'''

25

55''077'''

56''801'''

26

56''301'''

56''761'''

27

56''099'''

28

55''760'''

15

17

56''158'''

56''289''' 12

56''180'''

29

56''080'''

13

56''420'''

30

56''407'''

31

55''319'''

56''140'''

32

56''222'''

55''764'''

33

56''400'''

34

57''272'''

14

56''062'''

18

56''842'''

19

57''900'''

20 DQ 22

55''613'''

DQ DQ

60 MINI VEGA

ULTS


LA CONCA

ITALIE

STATISTICS

NATIONALITY ITALIE FEDERATION DE RUSSIE ROYAUME-UNI SUEDE FRANCE POLOGNE DANEMARK ROUMANIE PAYS-BAS BELGIQUE ALLEMAGNE ESPAGNE FINLANDE BRESIL CHINE NORVEGE REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE ETATS-UNIS PORTUGAL CANADA VENEZUELA UKRAINE PHILIPPINES GRECE MALAISIE SINGAPOUR JAPON INDE

63 18 9 8 8 8 7 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

CHASSIS TONY KART TOP KART ZANARDI ART GP LENZOKART KOSMIC ENERGY DR FA KART PRAGA CRG HERO PCR ALPHA LH BIREL MARANELLO INTREPID FORMULA K IPK

58 23 13 12 11 10 9 9 8 7 5 5 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1

ENGINES TM LKE VORTEX PARILLA COMER BMB MODENA

63 42 39 36 1 1 1

TIRES VEGA 110 DUNLOP 42 BRIDGESTONE 31

02.03.14 INTERNATIONAL

WSK CHAMPIONS CUP


LA

RESU P.

Pilot

Nat. Mat.

Chr. Time

Inter. Pre-Fin. A Time A

Pre-Fin. B Time B

Fin Time

1

Basz Karol

PL

TONY KART / VORTEX

6

01'12''133'''

10

1

47''026'''

1

47''204'''

2

Callum Ilott

GB

ZANARDI / PARILLA

25

01'09''340'''

20

2

46''820'''

2

47''087'''

3

Lorandi Alessio

I

TONY KART / TM

9

01'08''599'''

8

3

47''165'''

3

47''264'''

4

Stupenkov Egor

RUS

ENERGY / TM

18

01'12''496'''

5

4

47''251'''

5

Kari Niko

FIN

TONY KART / VORTEX

29

01'09''372'''

28

16

47''184'''

5

47''163'''

6

Besancenez Paolo

F

TONY KART / TM

38

01'13''707'''

38

9

47''285'''

6

47''495'''

7

Kjaergaard Nikolai

DK

ENERGY / TM

24

01'12''983'''

25

7

47''483'''

8

Darras Julien

F

KOSMIC / VORTEX

37

01'10''126'''

14

5

47''169'''

8

47''401'''

9

Gomez Sidney

VEN

TONY KART / TM

13

01'08''790'''

24

14

47''600'''

9

47''726'''

10

Troickiy Nikita

RUS

TONY KART / VORTEX

5

01'08''369'''

7

P 14

47''305'''

10

47''290'''

11

Lavelli Kevin

I

TOP KART / PARILLA

15

01'08''896'''

19

8

47''533'''

11

47''439'''

12

Marcu Dionisios

RO

CRG / TM

34

01'13''329'''

13

11

47''271'''

12

47''305'''

13

Maestranzi Marco

I

TOP KART / PARILLA

16

01'12''471'''

9

P 17

47''584'''

13

47''490'''

14

Nielsen Nicklas

DK

KOSMIC / VORTEX

21

01'09''237'''

2

15

Sette Camara Sergio

BRA

ART GP / TM

33

01'09''438'''

18

16

Horn Moritz

D

ENERGY / TM

20

01'12''698'''

29

17

Martynyuk Maxim

I

ENERGY / TM

23

01'09''284'''

22

11

18

Korneev Alexey

D

TONY KART / VORTEX

7

01'08''542'''

16

19

Fong Julien

SGP

TONY KART / TM

17

01'09''130'''

40

20

Dabski Karol

PL

PRAGA / PARILLA

22

01'12''942'''

21

21

Xia Yifan

CHN

TONY KART / TM

39

01'12''496'''

32

22

Okada Takuya

J

ART GP / TM

36

01'13''630'''

41

12

23

Valtteri Semi

FIN

TONY KART / VORTEX

30

01'13''291'''

35

24

Norris Ollie

GB

FA KART / VORTEX

2

01'11''292'''

25

Backman Jessica

S

KOSMIC / VORTEX

32

01'13''298'''

26

Martucci Mario

I

TONY KART / TM

31

27

Pulcini Leonardo

I

TONY KART / VORTEX

28

Hall Philip

S

29

Mazepin Nikita

RUS

30

Van Leeuwen Martijn

31

3

9

47''360'''

47''514'''

4

47''236'''

14

47''446'''

7

47''323'''

15

47''516'''

16

47''620'''

47''490'''

17

47''677'''

13

47''439'''

18

47''590'''

12

47''481'''

19

47''537'''

20

47''657'''

21

47''527'''

47''459'''

22

47''395'''

10

47''503'''

23

47''675'''

3

2

47''369'''

24

47''444'''

31

16

47''608'''

25

47''827'''

01'09''409'''

23

5

47''361'''

26

47''908'''

41

01'14''003'''

39

7

47''332'''

27

47''493'''

TONY KART / VORTEX

19

01'09''140'''

27

13

47''449'''

28

52''026'''

TONY KART / VORTEX

11

01'08''676'''

1

1

47''429'''

29

50''614'''

NL

ZANARDI / PARILLA

10

01'12''198'''

12

30

50''997'''

Tujula Tuomas

FIN

ART GP / TM

8

01'12''161'''

33

32

Rossel Kevin

DK

TONY KART / TM

3

01'08''265'''

4

P8

47''255'''

32

33

Zackary Dante

I

DR / TM

40

01'13''846'''

36

15

47''605'''

33

34

Volkov Evgenii

RUS

TONY KART / PARILLA

27

01'09''349'''

26

17

48''617'''

DQ

35

Norris Lando

GB

FA KART / VORTEX

4

01'11''592'''

17

18

49''838'''

19

01'14''407'''

15

4

47''594'''

47''530''' 10

6 6

47''234'''

19

47''804'''

36

Shlom Yan Leon

RUS

TONY KART / TM

28

01'13''139'''

34

Johansson Joel

S

PRAGA / PARILLA

35

01'09''999'''

37

38

Lundgaard Daniel

DK

TONY KART / VORTEX

26

01'13''061'''

30

39

Joyner Tom

GB

ZANARDI / PARILLA

12

01'12''409'''

11

20

40

Zhou Guan Yu

CHN

FA KART / VORTEX

14

01'12''429'''

15

21

41

Janker Hannes

D

ZANARDI / PARILLA

1

01'07''778'''

6

47''129'''

47''515'''

18

37

47''528'''

31

EX

KF DUNLOP

INTERNATIONAL

WSK CHAMPIONS CUP


CONCA

ITALIE

09.03.14

ULTS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70

Pilot

Nat.

Mat.

Chr.

Time

Inter. Pre-Fin. A Time A

Fewtrell Max Travisanutto Lorenzo Ticktum Daniel Mick Junior Lessennes Benjamin Roes Casper Haaga Anton Alex Ahmed Enaam Lorandi Leonardo Correa Juan Beckmann David Pull James Moreira Laliberte Kami Smodorinov Alexey Smith Joshua Francis Pasma Patrik Chinelli Massimo Garcia Lopez Marta Drugovich Felipe Ye Yi Fei Slutskiy Artem Della Coletta Murilo Kenny Roosens Petrov Artem Viscaal Bent Zotov Gleb Della Coletta Marcel Van Kalmthout Rinus Lindh Rasmus Szyszko Szymon Ross Martin Eriksson Joona Martono Presley Garofano Remigio Fernandez Sebastian Krencisz Jan Pits Andry Lappalainen Konsta Gregula Jacub Festante Aldo Lenzo Federico Mosca Tommaso Ponomarenko Milen Pankiewicz Julia Lundgaard Christian Defrancesco Devlin Slutskiy Zachar Talachanov Georgy Nyberg Tobias Travnikov Sergei Alesi Giuliano Pankiewicz Wiktoria Tridici Tommaso Sargeant Logan Maslov Matvey Yue Yang Sun Haikal Adam Clement Novalak Martinez Eliseo Milesi Charles Tashkalov Damir Legeret Lucas Maini Kush Colombo Lorenzo Vartanyan Alexander Mazzola Pietro Vasile Daniel Volegov Nikita Podobsky Lukas

GB I GB D B DK S I GB I USA L GB CAN I GB FIN I E BRA CHN RUS BRA B RUS NL RUS BRA B B PL GB FIN RO I VEN PL P FIN PL I I I RUS PL DK USA RUS RUS N RUS F PL I USA RUS J MYS CH E F RUS I IND I RUS I RO RUS CZ

FA KART / VORTEX PCR / VORTEX ZANARDI / PARILLA TONY KART / VORTEX KOSMIC / PARILLA ENERGY / TM LENZOKART / LKE DR / TM FA KART / VORTEX TONY KART / TM ENERGY / TM FA KART / VORTEX TONY KART / VORTEX TONY KART / TM TONY KART / PARILLA ART GP / TM ART GP / TM TONY KART / TM ZANARDI / PARILLA TONY KART / TM ART GP / TM DR / TM PCR / TM ZANARDI / TM DR / TM ZANARDI / PARILLA TONY KART / TM PCR / VORTEX ZANARDI / TM PRAGA / PARILLA KOSMIC / VORTEX TONY KART / TM KOSMIC / VORTEX TONY KART / TM LENZOKART / LKE KOSMIC / TM TONY KART / VORTEX ZANARDI / TM TONY KART / VORTEX TONY KART / VORTEX TONY KART / TM LENZOKART / LKE TONY KART / TM TONY KART / VORTEX TONY KART / TM TONY KART / VORTEX TONY KART / VORTEX DR / TM TONY KART / VORTEX TOP KART / PARILLA DR / TM TONY KART / TM TONY KART / TM FORMULA K / TM TONY KART / VORTEX TONY KART / VORTEX FA KART / VORTEX ART GP / TM KOSMIC / VORTEX LH / TM ART GP / PARILLA TONY KART / VORTEX ZANARDI / PARILLA TONY KART / TM TONY KART / TM TONY KART / VORTEX LH / TM TONY KART / VORTEX TONY KART / PARILLA PRAGA / PARILLA

8 10 1 3 5 7 15 24 12 4 21 40 31 22 48 20 47 45 11 62 37 34 41 51 9 68 50 25 42 56 28 46 23 38 63 55 27 66 61 70 39 58 33 59 44 26 30 53 13 49 54 43 52 60 2 19 17 65 6 29 57 67 35 36 14 18 16 69 32 64

01'13''803''' 01'13''888''' 01'11''644''' 01'12''601''' 01'12''698''' 01'13''013''' 01'13''165''' 01'14''529''' 01'13''915''' 01'13''675''' 01'13''213''' 01'15''266''' 01'13''742''' 01'14''471''' 01'15''503''' 01'14''362''' 01'14''264''' 01'14''153''' 01'13''106''' 01'16''512''' 01'13''924''' 01'15''001''' 01'14''038''' 01'14''373''' 01'13''031''' 01'18''426''' 01'15''878''' 01'13''323''' 01'15''324''' 01'15''943''' 01'14''682''' 01'15''383''' 01'13''226''' 01'15''254''' 01'14''706''' 01'14''442''' 01'13''632''' 01'18''373''' 01'14''588''' 01'21''540''' 01'13''975''' 01'16''131''' 01'13''918''' 01'14''546''' 01'15''340''' 01'14''653''' 01'14''882''' 01'14''407''' 01'13''139''' 01'14''299''' 01'15''897''' 01'14''048''' 01'15''893''' 01'16''243''' 01'13''128''' 01'13''200''' 01'13''175''' 01'15''324''' 01'13''727''' 01'13''702''' 01'14''484''' 01'16''099''' 01'13''920''' 01'15''148''' 01'13''947''' 01'14''222''' 01'14''126''' 01'16''258''' 01'14''922''' 01'16''952'''

7 9 1 2 4 14 13 5 12 3 17 6 39 28 54 62 29 55 27 22 50 34 25 26 44 33 58 45 19 30 32 43 46 35 63 40 51 38 37 60 47 66 23 42 49 52 18 59 20 61 41 24 48 31 16 11 10 68 36 8 56 64 70 15 69 21 67 65 57 53

1 3 5

2 4

47''859''' 47''722'''

6 10

47''807''' 47''743'''

7

47''891'''

16 17 8

11

4 2 5

47''810''' 47''563''' 47''853'''

1

47''557'''

3

47''836'''

11 14 16

47''980''' 47''946''' 47''933'''

9 17 6

48''116''' 48''350''' 48''129'''

10 12

48''068''' 48''184'''

15

48''221'''

8 7

48''040''' 47''917'''

13

48''200'''

18

48''091'''

19

48''536'''

20

48''654'''

21

48''252'''

22

48''184'''

23 24

48''306''' 47''712'''

25

48''129'''

26 27

48''441''' 48''373'''

28

48''443'''

29 30 31 32 33 34 DQ

48''135''' 49''460''' 58''550'''

48''194''' 47''953''' 47''889'''

48''045'''

12

47''901'''

15 13

48''003''' 48''017'''

9

47''857'''

14 18

48''226''' 47''890'''

19

47''963'''

20

48''099'''

21

48''121'''

22

47''905'''

23

48''126'''

24

48''495'''

25 26

48''550''' 48''333'''

27

Pre-Fin. B Time B Fin Time

47''624''' 47''990''' 47''978'''

48''408'''

28

DQ DQ DQ DQ DQ EX EX

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 EX

47''915''' 47''983''' 47''947''' 47''887''' 47''783''' 47''661''' 47''842''' 47''837''' 47''541''' 47''889''' 47''921''' 47''859''' 48''024''' 48''211''' 47''753''' 48''109''' 48''375''' 48''479''' 47''952''' 48''183''' 48''266''' 48''236''' 48''357''' 48''239''' 48''144''' 48''364''' 48''884''' 48''429''' 48''329''' 59''734'''

KFJ VEGA

P.


LA

RESU P.

Pilot

Nat. Mat.

Chr. Time

Inter. Pre-Fin. A Time A

Fin Time

1

Pex Jorrit

NL

CRG / TM

17

01'04''138'''

6

5

46''452'''

1

46''714'''

2

Camponeschi Flavio

I

TONY KART / VORTEX

11

01'03''627'''

4

3

46''402'''

2

46''715'''

3

Thonon Jonathan

B

PRAGA / PARILLA

13

01'03''666'''

10

4

46''356'''

3

46''638'''

4

Iglesias Jeremy

F

LENZOKART / LKE

28

01'10''893'''

18

6

46''543'''

4

46''724'''

5

Dreezen Rick

B

ZANARDI / PARILLA

2

01'02''740'''

3

1

46''440'''

5

46''586'''

6

Hanley Benjamin

GB

ART GP / TM

1

01'02''577'''

2

2

46''426'''

6

46''705'''

7

Ardigo Marco

I

TONY KART / VORTEX

4

01'03''086'''

1

18

46''429'''

7

46''473'''

8

Romkema Ricardo

NL

ENERGY / TM

5

01'03''262'''

9

11

46''668'''

8

46''892'''

9

Negro Riccardo

I

TOP KART / TM

24

01'05''203'''

11

8

46''509'''

9

46''828'''

10

Marcon Nicola

I

ENERGY / TM

9

01'03''416'''

13

19

48''343'''

10 47''023'''

11

Torsellini Mirko

I

ART GP / TM

25

01'05''561'''

12

DQ

12

Sportella Giovanni

I

BIREL / TM

27

01'06''538'''

28

13

46''924'''

12 47''044'''

13

Pex Stan

NL

CRG / TM

26

01'05''577'''

19

9

46''688'''

13 47''019'''

14

Henrique Chaves

P

ZANARDI / PARILLA

8

01'03''346'''

26

14

46''933'''

14 46''973'''

15

Timo Daniele

I

MARANELLO / TM

7

01'03''314'''

29

EX

16

Rismyhr Finn Erik

N

DR / TM

21

01'05''020'''

22

17

47''084'''

16 47''160'''

17

Doubek Martin

CZ

ART GP / TM

15

01'04''000'''

24

15

47''224'''

17 47''277'''

18

Backman Andreas

S

KOSMIC / VORTEX

20

01'04''615'''

27

16

46''933'''

18 47''306'''

19

Lundberg Douglas

S

ALPHA / TM

18

01'04''202'''

7

7

46''615'''

19 46''876'''

20

Cesetti Sauro

I

TOP KART / TM

3

01'03''042'''

14

10

46''708'''

20 46''824'''

21

Hajek Patrik

CZ

PRAGA / PARILLA

14

01'03''672'''

5

20

21 46''599'''

22

Beccaria Michele

I

TOP KART / TM

16

01'04''091'''

16

DQ

22 47''397'''

23

Hansen Andreas

DK

TONY KART / VORTEX

6

01'03''307'''

15

DQ

23 48''142'''

24

Antonsen Emil

N

DR / TM

10

01'03''597'''

20

12

25

Fore Davide

I

CRG / TM

19

01'04''606'''

8

EX

25 48''004'''

26

Cunati Simone

I

TOP KART / PARILLA

22

01'05''082'''

17

DQ

DQ

27

Vigano Matteo

I

TOP KART / PARILLA

12

01'03''631'''

21

DQ

DQ

28

Idzkowski Bartosz

PL

CRG / TM

23

01'05''201'''

25

DQ

DQ

29

Maingre Thomas

F

ALPHA / TM

29

01'18''390'''

23

DQ

DQ

11 46''734'''

15 47''202'''

46''726'''

24 47''662'''

KZ2 BRIDGESTONE

INTERNATIONAL

WSK CHAMPIONS CUP


CONCA

ITALIE

09.03.14

P.

Pilot

Nat.

Mat.

Chr.

Time

Inter. Pre-Fin. A Time A

Pre-Fin. B Time B Fin Time

1

Bin Abdul Gafar Muizzuddin

I

HERO / LKE

15

55''494'''

10

2

54''957'''

1

54''913'''

2

Fetisov Bogdan

RUS

HERO / LKE

10

55''394'''

6

1

55''225'''

2

54''974'''

3

Dalkiran Mehmet Mert

I

TOP KART / PARILLA

6

55''304'''

2

3

55''173'''

3

54''868'''

4

Fusco Giuseppe

I

LENZOKART / LKE

8

55''342'''

16

6

55''226'''

4

54''971'''

5

Serravalle Antonio

CAN

TONY KART / LKE

1

55''074'''

1

2

55''124'''

5

54''781'''

6

Hauger Dennis

I

HERO / LKE

17

55''545'''

7

4

55''174'''

6

54''960'''

7

Szyszko Maciej

I

KOSMIC / LKE

7

55''332'''

20

7

55''177'''

8

Pagano Francesco

I

TOP KART / COMER

18

55''582'''

21

8

54''907'''

9

Vidales David

E

FA KART / LKE

19

55''626'''

8

9

55''308'''

10

Marseglia Leonardo

I

TONY KART / LKE

21

55''722'''

19

11

Bardas Aleksander

I

TOP KART / LENZO

12

55''476'''

12

12

Abrusci Nicola

I

TONY KART / LKE

3

55''231'''

4

13

Sekulic Damian

I

LENZOKART / LKE

28

55''880'''

15

8

55''109'''

14

Michelotto Mattia

I

TB KART / LKE

25

55''845'''

17

11

55''514'''

15

Hourlias Anthanasios

GR

TOP KART / PARILLA

33

55''930'''

24

16

Ruvolo Biagio

I

LENZOKART / LKE

9

55''377'''

23

14

55''559'''

17

Vici Manuel

I

TOP KART / PARILLA

22

55''734'''

29

13

55''381'''

18

Narciso Samuele

I

TOP KART / LKE

24

55''800'''

30

19

Kacovsky Matej

CZ

TOP KART / LKE

40

56''388'''

34

20

Pitulea Tudor Ioan

RO

TOP KART / PARILLA

31

55''918'''

33

16

55''507'''

21

Rasmus Joutsimies

I

TONY KART / LKE

39

56''370'''

27

17

55''341'''

22

Skocdopole Dan

I

TONY KART / LKE

30

55''916'''

37

15

55''518'''

23

Worship Sami

E

EKS / LKE

34

55''949'''

38

12

55''369'''

24

Ponta Andrei

RO

TONY KART / LKE

35

56''026'''

32

16

25

Gomez Gutierrez Antonio

I

TONY KART / LKE

27

55''851'''

36

17

26

Bogdanov Dimitri

RUS

TONY KART / LKE

20

55''633'''

11

5

27

Grigorev Ivan

I

HERO / LKE

4

55''242'''

25

9

28

Skeed

I

TOP KART / PARILLA

2

55''218'''

5

29

Muller Mattia

I

LENZOKART / LKE

16

55''499'''

3

30

Taglianetti Oscar

I

LENZOKART / LKE

23

55''771'''

26

31

Carenini Danny

I

TOP KART / LKE

5

55''277'''

13

3

32

Tripoli Francesco

I

HERO / LKE

32

55''930'''

31

10

33

Negro Rocco A.

I

TOP KART / COMER

11

55''469'''

28

9

34

Cobilanski Richard

I

TOP KART / LKE

36

56''239'''

22

15

35

Kramp Dennis

NL

LENZOKART / LKE

44

57''159'''

35

36

Maracaluso Santo

I

HERO / LKE

38

56''356'''

42

18

56''021'''

37

Chiappini Tommaso

I

TONY KART / LKE

41

56''412'''

43

38

Mizevych Makar

UKR

TONY KART / LKE

14

55''490'''

14

19

55''496'''

39

Camplese Riccardo Ayrton

I

TOP KART / LKE

42

56''601'''

39

40

Morricone Edoardo

I

TOP KART / LKE

43

56''742'''

40

20

56''133'''

41

Lahoz Lopez Alejandro

E

EKS / LKE

29

55''914'''

41

42

Man Robert

S

LENZOKART / LKE

26

55''845'''

18

21

59''251'''

43

Cisaria Riccardo

I

TOP KART / LKE

45

57''173'''

45

44

Beato Antonio

I

IPK / PARILLA

37

56''281'''

44

45

Coluccio Luigi

I

TOP KART / LKE

13

55''488'''

9

7 6

5

54''903'''

4

55''476'''

10

55''089'''

8

55''225'''

11

55''062'''

P 11

54''944'''

12

54''719'''

13

55''143'''

14

55''313'''

15

55''284'''

16

55''237'''

55''073''' 54''900'''

13

55''794'''

17

55''410'''

10

55''119'''

18

55''466'''

14

55''714'''

19

55''620'''

20

55''615'''

21

55''311'''

22

55''549'''

23

55''833'''

55''705'''

24

55''770'''

55''775'''

25

55''637'''

55''099'''

26

55''205'''

55''048'''

27

55''340'''

1

55''102'''

28

54''764'''

P 12

54''875'''

29

55''183'''

30

55''217'''

54''912'''

31

57''601'''

54''989'''

32

57''038'''

54''960'''

33

58''399'''

55''849'''

34

7

18

55''440'''

19

55''243'''

20

55''445'''

21

55''550'''

22

56''418'''

23

55''925'''

22

55''189'''

60 MINI VEGA

ULTS


© KSP.fr / Création : E. Pander

HISTORIC KART

Registrations on ASK LAVAL +33 (0)6 18 00 37 06 didierturpin16@gmail.com


LA CONCA

ITALIE

STATISTICS

NATIONALITY ITALIE FEDERATION DE RUSSIE ROYAUME-UNI POLOGNE FRANCE SUEDE DANEMARK PAYS-BAS FINLANDE BELGIQUE ROUMANIE ESPAGNE ALLEMAGNE BRESIL REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE CHINE NORVEGE ETATS-UNIS VENEZUELA PORTUGAL CANADA GRECE SINGAPOUR MALAISIE JAPON UKRAINE INDE

64 18 11 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

CHASSIS TONY KART TOP KART ZANARDI ART GP LENZOKART KOSMIC ENERGY DR FA KART PRAGA HERO CRG PCR EKS LH ALPHA BIREL MARANELLO FORMULA K IPK TB KART

61 24 13 11 11 10 8 8 8 6 6 5 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

ENGINES TM VORTEX LKE PARILLA COMER

68 42 41 32 2

TIRES VEGA 115 DUNLOP 41 BRIDGESTONE 29

09.03.14 INTERNATIONAL

WSK CHAMPIONS CUP


NATIONAL

FRENCH CHAMPIONSHIPs Info FFSA

THE 2014 FFSA KARTING SEASON IS READY TO GO With 20 meetings from March to November at 18 different circuits, 14 French Championship titles and 9 French Cups awarded in 14 competition categories, the 2014 FFSA calendar continues the strategy introduced last year to monitor the needs of competitors closely. The separation of National into two distinct categories and the choice of new tyres for KZ 125 should satisfy many drivers.

This is probably the main innovation of the coming season: with a minimum weight of 150 kg or 160 kg, National now offers a double opportunity to enjoy the attractive qualities of this successful promotional category. Whether National 150 or National 160, each will compete for the French Championship over 3 rounds or the French Cup in September at Pers. This decision will expand the market for karting at a lower cost to more experienced drivers who will have the opportunity to exercise their passion for longer.

Also new in 2014 are the tyres. In National, the Mojo F1 will be sold at a lower price than previous tyres and there will be more pleasure in driving and increased equality. There has been rigorous testing before the season organized by the FFSA, which also benefits KZ 125 and KZ 125 Gentleman who now will run on the widely acclaimed Vega SL4.


To recap, here are the approved tyres in each federal category until 2016:

MINI KART : VEGA CADETTI MINIME & CADET : BRIDGESTONE YDS NATIONALE : MOJO F1 KZ125 : PNEUMATIQUES VEGA SL4 (DRY) ET W5 (RAIN) ENDURANCE : LECONT LH03 (DRY) ET LH06 (RAIN)

REGISTRATION

Registrations are already open and can already be made online on the www.ffsakarting.org site for the full Championship where appropriate, as well as separately for each event. FFSA-KARTING.ORG

For the first time, Superkart is in the FFSA online registration system, with the exception of the two meetings of the French Championship that will take place within the European CIK-FIA Championship, at The French Open Superkart Championship will have 6 events, Assen and Le Mans, whose entry will be taken directly by the CIK. and a French Cup over 3 meetings. The French Endurance The French Endurance Championship remains the responsibility of Championship will be held over 5 events, and Mini, Cadet, the organizer KMO who should be contacted for entry National 150 and National 160 will compete for the title over three on +33 1 48 58 90 90 events. Other competitions will be held over a single weekend. or by email at euroendurance@wanadoo.fr.


NATIONAL

2014 FFSA KARTING CALENDAR 30/03 SALBRIS

30/03 DIJON

04/05 LE MANS

04/05 VAL D’ARGENTON

11/05 LÉDENON

13/07 LAVELANET

27/07 LOHÉAC

03/08 ASSEN

14/09 PERS

28/09 VALENCE

Championnat de France d’Endurance

Chpt. de France Minime/ Cadet - Championnat de France Féminin

Championnat de France Superkart / Coupe de France Superkart

Chpt. de France Minime/ Cadet / Nationale 150/ Nationale 160 (2/3)

Coupe de france KZ 125 & KZ 125 Gentleman

Championnat de France Superkart

Championnat de France d’Endurance

Championnat de France KZ125 / KZ125 Gentleman

Championnat de France Superkart & Coupe de France Superkart

Championnat de France X30/X30 Gentleman


01/06 OSTRICOURT

22/06 ANNEVILLE

22/06 NOGARO

06/07 ANGERVILLE

06/07 CROIX EN TERNOIS

Chpt. de France Minime/ Cadet & Chpt. de France Rotax Max/Rotax Master

Championnat de France d’Endurance

Championnat de France Superkart

Chpt. de F. Nationale 150/ Nationale 160 - Coupe de France Minikart & Handikart

Chpt. de France Long Circuit - Coupe de France Superkart

05/10 SOUCY

05/10 LE VIGEANT

26/10 LE MANS

26/10 SOUCY

09/11 ANGERVILLE

Championnat de France d’Endurance

Championnat de France Superkart

Championnat de France Superkart

Chpt. de F. Nationale 150/ Nationale 160 - Coupe de France Minime / Cadet

Championnat de France d’Endurance


NATIONAL

KART RACING ACADEMY

By Frédéric Bill

LAUNCH OF THE 20 FOR KART RACIN


KART-RACING-ACADEMY.COM

let - Kartcom / © Photo KSP - Philippe Kalmès

014 SEASON NG ACADEMY

It was more than a driver’s presentation in early March at Le Mans under the auspices of the FFSA. Karting Racing Academy was officially launched with a full programme of activities for the members of the first session of the

new access to competition karting scheme set up by the FFSA in collaboration with 3MK Events and Sodikart. Very well organized while still very friendly, the event set the tone for the coming season for the aspiring drivers and their families.


NATIONAL

PRESENTATION AT THE AUTO SPORT ACADEMY The choice by the FFSA of it’s base at Le Mans dedicated to training perfectly symbolized the objectives of the Federation, and Morgan Caron, the National Technical Director across all formulae later stated «Being a driver is not only being able to turn a wheel». After the presentation of the staff of the Kart Racing Academy and the programme of the season and the different regulations by manager Anthony Prat, the graduates and instructors Marc Berteaux and Guy Pansart introduced the rules of good conduct, the attitude of parents and the need for sport outside of karting. The FFSA was represented by Jacques Goisque, the manager of Pole Karting as well as several presidents of the CRK, while Pierre Gasly and Charles Leclerc made the link with motorsport. It was then time for each driver to receive their equipment (custom race suit, custom rain gear, gloves, boots, neck brace and rib protection, as well as jackets and T-shirts in the colors of Kart Racing Academy) before the seat fitting. Along with an assessment of their physical condition with Frédéric Champagnac of the Auto Sport Academy, the future kart academicians experienced the flashbulbs of their first photo shoot. The tension rose a notch when they drew lots for their chassis and engine from Sodikart, the technical partner of the Kart Racing Academy. Each driver selected a ball bearing at random with a number corresponding to the complete kart that will be assigned to them for the entire season, and the opportunity to respond at their first interview.


NATIONAL


FIRST LAPS AND TRAINING AT SAUTRON

They began on four-stroke leisure karts before starting the racing machines, a highly anticipated moment and a discovery for some. After fine tuning the seats and controls provided by the Sodikart it was time to try the equipment on the track and implement their basic The young recruits returned to the heart of knowledge. the matter the next day at the Sautron track near Nantes, for their first training course In theoretical terms, the basic concepts which lasted two days. Theory was alternated were discussed with their family present with practice in the various activities, taking as well: regulations, flags, starting into account the knowledge and skills of each procedures and race tracks, illustrated which remains a priority within the groups. by videos. Then the components of the

kart to understand how it works, and the study of the fundamentals of racing and the specific vocabulary. There was satisfaction at the end of the first day, both for drivers, their families, the FFSA and the organizers. The first contact between all those involved in the Kart Racing Academy has been very positive and everyone is now looking forward to the first race on 16th-18th May at Varennes-sur-Allier.


NATIONAL

BelgiUM CHAMPIONSHIP By Thomas Bastin / © Photo Kart’im


IN MARIEMBOURG: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW!

Contested at a single meeting (except for Mini and X30 Cadet categories, for which the Championship has two rounds), the Belgian Championship will be decided on 30 March 2014 at the “Karting des Fagnes” track in Mariembourg.


NATIONAL For many, this competition will also be a general practice, with the X30 Europa Challenge scheduled for Mariembourg on 17 to 20 April.

SIX CLASSES ARE INVOLVED: MINI

X30 CADET

X30 JUNIOR

Belgian national Mini licence required. Foreign drivers may not take part, under Article 18 of the CIK-FIA Regulations. Entry fee: 145 euros.

Belgian national Cadet licence required. Foreign drivers may not take part, under Article 18 of the CIK-FIA Regulations. Entry fee: 195 euros.  

Belgian national Junior licence required Open to foreign drivers (Inter-C Junior licence) Tyres: Komet K1H / K1W CIB Entry fee: 195 euros.  

X30 SENIOR

X30 MASTER

X30 SHIFTER

(8 full years to age 11 this year)

(from age 15 this year)

Belgian national Senior licence required Open to foreign drivers (Inter-C Senior licence) Tyres: Komet K1H / K1W CIB  Entry fee: 195 euros.

(from age 11 this year to age 13 this year)

(from age 25 this year or from age 18 this year and driver weighing a minimum 80 kg)

Belgian national Senior licence required Open to foreign drivers (Inter-C Senior licence) Tyres: Komet K1H / K1W Entry fee: 195 euros.  

(from age 13 this year to age 15 this year)

(age 15 this year)

Belgian national Senior licence required Open to foreign drivers (Inter-C Senior licence) Tyres: Komet K1H / K1W Entry fee: 195 euros.   


PROGRAMME THURSDAY 27

free practice (full circuit)

FRIDAY 28

free practice per category (full circuit)

SATURDAY 29

free practice per category (full circuit)

SUNDAY 30

warm-up / qualifying heats / super pole / 3 races

The registration form is available at “Documents” of the web site KPEVENT.NET

Press release with no regulatory value Additional information and results at www.kpevent.net


PRODUCTS

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A FEW TECHNICAL DETAILS HP2 Phenix oils differ from conventional lubricants by using an exclusive pioneering production method, synthesizing Triboxylisation ® plasma, which can significantly improve

the performance and reliability of the engine. Without additives, the lubrication and combustion properties of the HP2 Phenix oils go beyond anything currently available on the market. With a complete overhaul of its formula, 809 HP 2014 goes even further in lubrication efficiency and the low mixture ratio that has made the reputation of HP2 products.

the potential of the mixture in the engine: more fuel, so more power is available at all speeds. The mixtures used in Mini or Rotax vary between 1 and 1.5%, and between 2 and 2.5% in X30 or KZ. Performance is increased, so the extreme efficiency of 809 HP is good for drivers and also tuners who can give free rein to their experimentation safely.

Concentrated efficiency, minimum usage With its unusual qualities, the 809 HP 2014 oil requires a reduction in the percentage of lubricant that increases

Powered by long hours of research, the Tryboxilisation ® process improves the exceptional anti-friction properties and load capacity of the oil which coats the engine with a film throughout. Testing

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NON-STANDARD FEATURES TO DISCOVER IN ACTION

Professionals can now test and try the HP 809 oil with their drivers with free samples available to them from NEW IN 2014: ONE MORE the manufacturer, an initiative that STEP UP IN PERFORMANCE demonstrates its confidence in the With the 2014 version of HP 809, coking quality of the new karting lubricant. up the engine is now a thing of the past. Combining new esters and Triboxylisation ® optimized for its new formula, the flagship product from the HP2 laboratory makes it possible to run much leaner, with positive effects at all levels to achieve record efficiencies in this area.

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Inside, high density foam absorbs shock by providing comfort and precise awareness of track sensations. Knowhow and experience gives the Bengio Bumper maximum quality and affirms it’s reputation on every circuit in the More than just a rib protector, the world. Bumper also provides protection in the event of a frontal impact while The Bumper rib protector is available in providing a unique comfort for users. sizes XS (for a small chest measurement Featuring an unbreakable outer shell of 67cm) to XXL (over 107 cm) composed of three layers of intersecting 3mm thick fibre, the Bumper remains flexible and fits perfectly to all body shapes with wide adjustable straps. A «lady» model is available for women.


PRODUCTS

ACTION-KARTING.FR

PARILLA SCREAMER KZ: THE NEW TERROR ON THE CIRCUITS Against competition that has been established for many years, the Parilla Screamer engine has quickly become a great benchmark in the KZ category (125cc gearbox). Victories and podiums have been achieved in 2013, both nationally and internationally. The technical choices made by the IAME factory have certainly paid off. Proud to import into France the IAME Parilla engines and the Screamer, Action Karting has also recently released the big news of the year: the 175cc Parilla Avenger, with breathtaking performance. After launch and CIK homologation on 1 January 2013, the Parilla Screamer has forged a special path in the international results. The worthy successor to the original IAME Shifter model, winner of the KZ1 World Cup in 2013, and cemented their position in KZ2 with second position in the International Super Cup as well as a podium at the KZ1 World Championship. And in France they were not to be outdone with wins at both the Trophy Kart Mag and the French KZ125 Championship. Everyone who examined the Screamer were impressed by the potential of the engine from IAME. This is particularly the case for Luc Portaries, who actively participated in the development of Parilla engine and will do so again in 2014, following the partnership between Portaries Karting Competition and Action Karting. Last year, this merger already resulted in second place for Stephen Nuvolini in X30 Shifter at the very tough IAME International Final. No doubt the Parilla Screamer has good days ahead. Titles, victories and podiums are waiting in 2014 ...

THE 175CC PARILLA AVENGER ARRIVES The importer of IAME engines in France, Action Karting, has started to offer a brand new product in recent months, which immediately caused a sensation in it’s first outings on track. Called the Avenger, this Parilla is full of the legendary expertise of the Italian factory, including CNC machines that offer perfect machining, high reliability and an optimum level of performance. With a 175cc displacement, a carburetor of ø36 mm and an electric starter it has more power, phenomenal torque and greater ease of use. «I was amazed by its level of competitiveness. In straight lines, it’s

mind-blowing, while its flexibility allows it to exit corners perfectly, even if the engine is allowed to rev too low in the corner. You feel at ease quickly running this machine. The Avenger 175cc deserves to be used in competition,» said Stephen Nuvolini, who recently had the opportunity to test the Avenger. In addition, many professionals have been taking a close look at this engine. It has actually made its debut in the X30 Challenge Super Shifter class in France, but also in Ufolep events in group 1 Speed category. This is another IAME engine with a big future ahead of it and we may see it frequently on the circuits in 2014 ...


AUTOSPORT

THE FRANCE F4 CHAMPIONSHIP auTo SPORT ACADEMY Info Auto Sport Academy / © Photo DPPI

THE FRENCH F4 CHAMPIONSHIP RAISES IT’S PROFILE To date nearly twenty drivers are already entered for the championship and a few places are still up for grabs for drivers who want to compete with the talented athletes who already make up the grid in 2014.

well as Valentin Moineault and Erwan Julé, all three of whom are from the 10-15 Program, established in 2009 by the FFSA, and then the Equipe de France FFSA Karting in 2013. They are joined by Bryan Elpitiya who arrives straight from the 10-15 Programme, Among the competitors this season Valentin Hasse-Clot, Tom Soubiron, there is Dorian Boccolacci with his very Amaury Richard and Hugo Sugnotflattering 2013 record in karting, as Darniche, grandson of the famous rally

driver Bernard Darniche. These young drivers are hoping to mount the podium and hear the French national anthem. Drivers from abroad are numerous with the British driver Felix Hirsiger and the Swedes Reuben Kressner and Paul Hokfelt Jr, the latter having already raced last year at Magny Cours and Ledenon. The Australian Joseph


AUTOSPORTACADEMY.COM

Mawson, the Colombian Juan Manuel Jimenez Silva and the two Russians Denis Bulatov and Vladimir Atoev also fully intend to stamp their mark on the 2014 championship. Switzerland will be represented by Gjergj Haxhiu and David Droux while Finland brings the young Simo Laaksen.

records last season with no less than Jean Eric Vergne, Charles Pic, Benoit eleven wins, 13 podiums and 152 laps Treluyer, Romain Dumas and Lo誰c Duval, in the lead of the race! winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans and Endurance World Champion in 2013. In this very affordable championship for young drivers, with the help of The French F4 Championship consists of partners Auto Sport Academy, the cost seven meetings with the FFSA GT Tour of the 2014 season will be 70,200 euros and the World Series by Renault. Each including tax or 58,500 euros without meeting includes a free practice session, They all hope to do as well as the very tax. This very competitive championship a qualifying session and three races for talented Anthoine Hubert, the French saw the debut, let us remember, of a total of twenty-one confrontations! F4 Champion of 2013 who broke all the many now professional drivers such as


FORMULA RENAULT 2

AUTOSPORT


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12 TEAMS CHOSEN FOR THE 2014 EUROCUP FORMULA RENAULT 2.0 SEASON WORLDSERIESBYRENAULT.COM

The World Series by Renault Organizing Committee and Renault Sport Technologies revealed, Wednesday 12 March, the teams selected for the 2014 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season. The entered teams will continue their pre-season testing this coming Monday at the Circuit de BarcelonaCatalunya. 12 teams were selected to participate in this year’s Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0, one of the most competitive championships in Europe. Among the teams authorized to enter up to three cars, there are 11 squads returning from 2013. With the association of Interwetten.com Racing, Mukesh Jani, Cong Fu Cheng and the Brothers Racing Team (BRT), entered in GT, the Michael Schneider squad will enter under the name of China BRT by JCS. Jenzer Motorsport, which will focus this year on the Formula Renault 2.0 ALPS with four cars, will be replaced by AVF. The Adrian Valles team joins the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0, after entering the Formula Renault 3.5 Series last year. Two more two-day collective testing sessions remain for the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 contenders on 17-18 March at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya and on 27-28 March at the Circuito de Jerez, before the first race of the 2014 season at Motorland Aragón on 26 and 27 April. On occasion, throughout the season, the top teams and drivers from the Formula Renault 2.0 NEC and ALPS championships will measure themselves against the Eurocup regulars.


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LIST OF TEAMS SELECTED FOR 2014 IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER. Teams

ARTA ENGINEERING ART JUNIOR TEAM AVF CHINA BRT BY JCS FORTEC MOTORSPORTS JOSEF KAUFMANN RACING KOIRANEN GP KTR MANOR MP MOTORSPORT PREMA POWERTEAM RC FORMULA TECH 1 RACING

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(FRA) (FRA) (ESP) (AUT) (GBR) (GER) (FIN) (BEL) (HOL) (ITA) (LUX) (FRA)

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