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EDITORIAL Here we are, back in Sweden. After our “first time” last year, the CIK-FIA European Championships return to the great north, for the closing act for non-shifter classes. The Asum Ring is the perfect stage for the wrap-up of this important chapter of the season that has given us tremendous satisfaction. Yet, the action does not end here. In fact, while one championship will go down in the books, the battle for the KF and KFJ World title in September already looms large on the horizon. New trophies are ready to find new champions, but the adrenaline-packed emotion of coming events is the greatest prize of all, for everyone! Luca De Donno WSK Promotion President

CONTENTS 02 - CIRCUITS

10 - KFJ REPORT

03 - BEST LAP

14 - KF & KFJ ENTRY LIST

04 - KF REPORT

16 - TIMETABLE

Kristianstad, perfect stage for the last battle

The top players of Round 2

The second act in the title hunt at the PFI

Round 2 of the championship in England

The drivers on track today

Round 3 at the Asum Ring

08 - GALLERY The Best of Brandon

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CALENDAR

CIRCUITS After the second round at the PFI Circuit in England, the CIK-FIA KF & KFJ European Championships take to the Asum Ring in Kristianstad, Sweden for the grand finale that will crown the 2015 champions.

JULY 22-26 | KF & KFJ - ROUND 3 ASUM RING - KRISTIANSTAD, SWEDEN

Track characteristics Length: 1231 m Width: 8.5 m Asum Ring Annedalsvägen 32, 29163 Kristianstad, Sweden Tel: +46 70 630 68 41 www.kristianstadkarting.se

Introduced to the CIK-FIA scene in 2014 for the last round of the KZ & KZ2 Europeans, this year the Swedish venue “doubles up”, welcoming the closing act of the KF & KFJ European title hunt. Renown for the spectacular race action that its fast and tight layout provides, the Asum Ring is the perfect stage for the final match of this hotly-contested high-adrenaline championship.

After closing the first important challenge of the 2015 season, KF and KFJ drivers and teams will have to get right back to work to get ready for the ultimate battle of the year: the World Championships, scheduled for September 27 on the iconic La Conca International Circuit in southern Italy.

Track characteristics Length: 1242 m Width: 9-10 m La Conca International Circuit S.S. 16 Maglie-otranto km 989 73036 Muro Leccese (LE), Italy www.laconca.com

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CIK-FIA WORLD KF & KFJ CHAMPIONSHIPS LA CONCA INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT MURO LECCESE (LE) - ITALY


THE FASTEST

BEST LAP In KF, a review of Round 2 results reveals Tom Joyner’s potential as the round winner as soon as the heats, where he never wins, but collects three best laps. In KFJ, Kenny Roosens arrives to the English event as provisional point leader and despite his promising track performance (he too scores three best laps over the heats), it is clear that he fails to materialize a concrete result.

KF

Ben Hanley

Richard Verschoor

(CROC PROMOTIONS/TM RACING – MAD-CROC KARTING)

(EXPRIT/VORTEX - RB RACING SA)

4 victories: prefinal; heats c-e / c-d / b-c

3 victories: heats a-e / a-b / a-c 2 best laps: final; heat a-b & Pole position

Nicklas Nielsen

Tom Joyner

(TONY KART/VORTEX – TONY KART RACING TEAM)

(ZANARDI/TM RACING – STRAKKA BHAITECH)

2 victories: heats a-b / b-e 2 best laps: prefinal; heat b-e

1 victory: final 3 best laps: heats c-e / c-d / a-c

Pedro Hiltbrand

Alexander Vartanyan

(CRG/PARILLA - CRG SPA)

(TONY KART/VORTEX - WARD RACING)

1 victory: heat d-e

1 victory: heat d-e

The following drivers also scored best laps: Felice Tiene Tuomas Haapalainen

Juan Correa

(CRG/PARILLA - CRG SPA)

(CROC PROMOTIONS/TM RACING - MAD-CROC KARTING)

(ENERGY CORSE/TM RACING – ENERGY CORSE)

Karol Basz

Martijn Van Leeuwen

(KOSMIC/VORTEX - KOSMIC RACING DEPT)

(CRG/TM RACING - CRG KEIJZER RACING)

heat a-e

heat d-e

heat a-d

heat b-c

Presley Martono

Rasmus Lindh

(TONY KART/VORTEX - BABY RACE SRL)

KFJ

heat b-d

(RICCIARDO KART/PARILLA - BIREL ART SRL)

3 victories: final; prefinal; heat b-d 1 best lap: final

3 victories: heats c-e / c-d / b-c

Christian Lungaard

Sun Yueyang

(TONY KART/VORTEX - WARD RACING)

(FA KART/VORTEX - RICKY FLYNN MOTORSPORT)

2 victories : heats a-e / a-b

1 victory: heat b-e 2 best laps: prefinal; heat a-e

Marta Garcia Lopez

Noah Watt

(FA KART/TM RACING - FRANCISCO GARCIA)

(FA KART/VORTEX - RICKY FLYNN MOTORSPORT)

1 victory: heat a-d

1 victory: heat a-c

Clément Novalak (TONY KART/VORTEX - TONY KART RACING TEAM)

1 victory: heat d-e

The following drivers also scored best laps: Konsta Lappalainen Ulysse De Pauw

Kush Maini

(TONY KART/VORTEX - WARD RACING)

(BIREL ART/PARILLA - BIREL ART SRL)

(TONY KART/VORTEX - FORZA RACING)

Kenny Roosens

David Vidales

Logan Sargeant

(KOSMIC/PARILLA - VDK RACING)

(ENERGY CORSE/TM RACING - ENERGY CORSE)

(FA KART/VORTEX - RICKY FLYNN MOTORSPORT)

pole position

heats a-b / a-c / a-d

heats c-e / c-d /b-c heat b-e

heat d-e

heat b-d

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KF - ROUND 2

The 2nd round of the European KF Championship at the PFI Circuit in Brandon defies all predictions as soon as the Qualifyings. The two fastest of Group 1 are Richard Verschoor (Exprit/Vortex) and Juho Valtanen (Kosmic/Vortex). When the other two groups are done, Verschoor’s time (54.188) remains undefeated and the Dutchman conquers pole position. Instead, Valtanen’s time (54.244) turns out to be the 3rd best, with the poleman of Group 3 Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart/Vortex) conquering 2nd place at 54.231. The trio is followed by the three who clocked out right behind the Dane in the last group of the day: Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG/Parilla), Lorenzo Travisanutto (Tony Kart/TM Racing) and Alex Vartanyan (Tony Kart/Vortex). Behind them, the drivers who complete Friday’s Top 10 are all from Group 2. Surprisingly, instead, the Top 3 in the championship standings are not among the day’s fastest: point leader Benjamin Hanley (Croc/TM Racing) ranks 8th behind Casper Roes Andersen (FA Kart/Vortex), runner-up Tom Joyner (Zanardi/TM Racing) is down to 16th and Felice Tiene (CRG/Parilla) is as far back as 23rd, despite having topped Group 2 with a time close to those of the day’s best (54.605).

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In the Heats, Hanley restores his supremacy, returning to the top spot of the standings by winning three races and placing 2nd in his fourth run. He is followed by an equally outstanding Verschoor, also winner three times. Hiltbrand and Vartanyan also win on Saturday (one race each) and conquer row 2 for the start of the Prefinal. The real star of the day, however, is Tiene, who does an amazing 18-position climb and lands in 5th place, thanks to an excellent set of top 5 results. Juri Vips (FA Kart/Vortex) and Juan Correa (Energy/ TM Racing) also improve, respectively by 7 and 5 positions, and follow in 6th and 7th place. Instead, Nielsen wins two heats, but has to retire from the last race of the day and drops from 2nd to 10th. By Saturday night, it is clear that the championship is all but certain and that a lot can still happen. And, as expected, the unpredictability factor continues to reign supreme into Sunday’s feature action. The start of the Prefinal is nothing short of thrilling. Hanley darts into the lead off grid with Hiltbrand and a fast-pouncing Tiene in hot pursuit; by lap 2, the Brit gets relegated to 3rd, as his two chasers get ahead and settle in the top spots; then one lap later, he


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Lorenzo Travisanutto (Tony Kart / TM Racing - Kartronix)

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Hannes Janker (CRG / Parilla - TB Motorsport)

Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart / Vortex - Tony Kart Racing Team)

Richard Verschoor (Exprit / Vortex - RB Racing SA)

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KF - ROUND 2 RESULTS : PREFINAL & FINAL KF - PREFINAL P. N° Name

Material

Time

2 102 Verschoor

Croc Promotions / TM Racing Exprit / Vortex 0.210

3 103 Hiltbrand

0.793

4 126

0.956

1 133 Hanley

5 144 6 120 7 137 8 105 9 101 10 106

CRG / Parilla Energy Corse / Correa TM Racing Zanardi / TM Joyner Racing Tony Kart / Vartanyan Vortex Birel Art / Barnicoat Parilla Van Leeuwen CRG / TM Racing Tony Kart / Nielsen Vortex Kosmic / Basz Vortex

3.359 3.765 5.622

attacks and gets between them. From here Hanley continues to hound Hiltbrand for the lead until lap 10, when he finally finds the opportunity to strike: he takes control and from here pulls away to a hard-fought win. The battle for position behind him gets resolved with Verschoor in 2nd and Hiltbrand in 3rd. In other words, at the end of the Prefinal, the top 3 names are the same as those of the post-heat intermediate standings. Behind them, Correa takes a nice 4th place finish, up 3 spots from the start. But the real surprise comes with Joyner, who achieves an 11-position climb, storming his way up the field with relentless pace and securing an excellent 5th place finish that sets him in hopeful reach for the round victory. The Top 10 of the Prefinal is rounded off by Vartanyan, a fierce-paced Ben Barnicoat (Birel ART/ Parilla) - up 6 positions; Martijn Van Leeuwen (CRG / TM Racing) - who reconfirms his 8th place standing, Nielsen, and a phenomenal Karol Basz (Kosmic/Vortex)- who surprises the field with an outstanding 11-position recovery. Tiene, instead, drops down 7 spots and only places 12th behind Hannes Janker (CRG/Parilla). With these premises, predictions for Sunday’s outcome become literally impossible. And the Final does exactly that: defy all likely guesses. The surprise star of the race emerges immediately: it is Tom Joyner. The Strakka Bhaitech driver starts from fifth place

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P. N° Name

Material

Zanardi / TM Racing Croc Hanley Promotions / TM Racing Energy Corse / Correa TM Racing Verschoor Exprit / Vortex Tony Kart / Nielsen Vortex Hiltbrand CRG / Parilla Van Leeuwen CRG / TM Racing Basz Kosmic / Vortex Travisanutto Tony Kart / TM Racing Janker CRG / Parilla

Time

1 144 Joyner 2 133 3 126 4 102 5 101 6 103 7 105

6.815

8 106

6.929

9 123

7.105

10 107

11 Janker, 12 Tiene, 13 Roes Andersen, 14 Travisanutto, 15 Vips, 16 Marcu, 17 Dahlberg, 18 Valtanen, 19 Tillett, 20 Lorandi, 21 Lessennes, 22 Hodgson, 23 Armstrong, 24 Tiihonen, 25 Maestranzi, 26 Gadois, 27 Moilanen, 28 Potty, 29 Bale, 30 Lennox-Lamb, 31 Verkroost, 32 Backman, 33 Haapalainen, 34 Saarelainen

Ben Hanley (Croc Promotions / TM Racing - Mad-Croc Karting)

KF - FINAL

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0.860 2.094 4.412 4.583 4.794 5.222 5.341 6.304 7.821

11 Vips, 12 Valtanen, 13 Lessennes, 14 Barnicoat, 15 Hodgson, 16 Tiihonen, 17 Armstrong, 18 Marcu, 19 Lorandi, 20 Roes Andersen, 21 Vartanyan, 22 Verkroost, 23 Dahlberg, 24 Backman, 25 Gadois, 26 Saarelainen, 27 Potty, 28 Maestranzi, 29 Haapalainen, 30 Moilanen, 31 Bale, 32 Tiene, 33 Tillett, 34 Lennox-Lamb

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS: 1 HANLEY p.65; 2 Joyner p.52; 3 Tiene p.31; 4 Correa p.25; 5 Verschoor p.23; 6 Van Leeuwen p.23; 7 Vartanyan p.23; 8 Nielsen p.22; 9 Janker p.20; 10 Vips p.19 Everyone with VEGA tires

on grid and after a few laps snatches the lead from Hanley, never to let go. His Mad-Croc connational keeps on the pressure, determined to get back on top, but never finds the chance to make the decisive pounce and in the end has to make do with the 2nd step of the podium. Behind him, it is Correa who gets his way over Verschoor in the battle for the 3rd step of the podium, relegating his Dutch opponent to 4th. Championship-wise, closing 2nd is enough for Hanley to retain his provisional lead at 65 points, but Joyner’s spectacular PFI victory bumps him up to 2nd in the standings and turns him into the main rival for the title, close enough to be menacing (52 points). Tiene closes his Brandon weekend with a debacle, forced to drop out of the Final after a contact. Even so, the Italian manages to salvage his 3rd position in the championship hunt; but his gap from the top is now wider: going into the final round, he sits at 31 points, followed closely by Correa (25 points) and the even trio of Verschoor, Van Leeuwen, and Vartanyan (all at 23 points).


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Martijn Van Leeuwen (CRG / TM Racing - CRG Keijzer Racing)

Alexander Vartanyan (Tony Kart / Vortex - Ward Racing)

Benjamin Barnicoat (Birel Art / Parilla - Birel ART Srl)

CHAMPIONSHIP TREND 70

Pt 65 HAnLEY

60 Pt 52 JoYnER

50 40

Pt 31 tIEnE Pt 25 coRREA

30 20 10 0

RD 1 HEAtS

RD 1 FInAL

RD 2 HEAtS

RD 2 FInAL

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BEST OF BRANDON

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It is a known fact that the non-shifter classes of international karting guarantee intense racing, thrilling action, and highly unpredictable scenarios. Round 2 of the 2015 European Championships at the PFI Circuit in Brandon, England took this truth to the extreme, redesigning the title hunt against all (or most) odds and keeping fans glued to their seat with a simply spectacular show!


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KFJ - ROUND 2

The KF-Junior field also opens the 2nd act of its European Championship with a set of surprises in Qualifyings. First of all, the four fastest of Group 1 turn out to be the four fastest overall and stand within less than a tenth of a second. Surprise two, the Top 3 names are all “outsiders” to the title hunt, the way it had left off after the opening round: poleman Konsta Lappalainen (Tony Kart/Vortex), Presley Martono (also Tony Kart/Vortex) and Rasmus Lindh (Ricciardo/Parilla) had left Portimao respectively in 28th, 31st and 23rd place! At the end of the Qualifyings, the 4th fastest is Tony Kart factory driver Clement Novalak (Tony Kart/ Vortex), who came into the PFI weekend standing eighth in the title hunt. Behind him in 5th there is Sun Yueyang (FA Kart/Vortex) and in 6th there is a very fast Marta Garcia (FA Kart/TM Racing) who in Portugal had only managed a 15th place finish. The situation is all the more remarkable considering that the stars of Round 1, instead, are all rather behind: provisional point leader Kenny Roosens (Kosmic/Parilla) is as far down as 41st, while runner-up Caio Collet (Kosmic/ Vortex) is 13th and Christian Lundgaard (Tony Kart/ Vortex) is 16th.

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As expected, on Saturday the Heats continue to stir things up, producing 7 different winners over 10 races. Lindh conquers the top spot for the finals, with as many as three race wins to his name, followed by Novalak, Martono, and Garcia, each winners of one race. Behind them in 5th and 6th there are Saturday’s two great surprises, both up by 11 positions: Lundgaard, winner of two races, and Alex Quinn (CRG/Parilla). In tow, completing the Top 10, we find Frederik Vesti (Energy Corse/TM Racing) and Logan Sargeant (FA Kart/Vortex), both up 4 positions compared to Friday; Sami Worship (FA Kart/Vortex), one spot up; and an unfortunate Lappalainen, down 9 positions from 1st of the grid to 10th. Incredibly, the other two heat winners, Ricky Flynn teammates Sun Yueyang and Noah Watt, are only 12th and 18th overall, respectively down 7 and 10 spots compared to the Qualifyings. Between them there is the super hard charger of the day, Ulysse De Pauw (Birel Art/Parilla), who improves from 33rd to 14th. With so many changes, uncertainity reigns supreme on Sunday morning and as the day unfolds, the finals produce yet another stunning turn of tables, with


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Ivan Shvetsov (Tony Kart / Vortex - Ward Racing)

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David Vidales (Energy Corse / TM Racing - Energy Corse)

Marta Garcia Lopez (FA Kart / TM Racing - Garcia, Francisco)

Rasmus Lindh (Ricciardo Kart / Parilla - Birel ART Srl)

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KFJ - ROUND 2 RESULTS : PREFINAL & FINAL KFJ - PREFINAL P. N° Name 1 204 2 253 3 205 4 201 5 218 6 212 7 233 8 209

Material

Tony Kart / Martono Vortex Quinn CRG / Parilla Birel Art / De Pauw Parilla Sargeant FA Kart / Vortex Kart / TM Garcia Lopez FA Racing Tony Kart / Maini Vortex Energy Corse / Vesti TM Racing Drugovich Kosmic / Vortex

9 217 Novalak 10 208 Lundgaard

Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex

Time -

3.616 4.085 6.389 6.521 6.750 6.835 6.970 7.636 7.977

11 Wilson, 12 Worship, 13 Lappalainen, 14 Yueyang, 15 Vidales, 16 Milesi, 17 Viscaal, 18 Collet, 19 Petrov, 20 Shvetsov, 21 Roosens, 22 Fernandez, 23 Martinez Merono, 24 Tonteri, 25 Muizzuddin Musyaffa, 26 Louko, 27 Jonusis, 28 Lloveras Brunet, 29 Simonov, 30 Blomqvist, 31 Höyer, 32 Magnus, 33 Watt, 34 Lindh

KFJ - FINAL P. N° Name

Material

Time

Tony Kart / Vortex 2 253 Quinn CRG / Parilla 1.064 Tony Kart / 3 217 Novalak 5.404 Vortex Energy Corse / 5.622 4 234 Vidales TM Racing Tony Kart / 5 228 Shvetsov 6.278 Vortex FA Kart / TM 6 218 Garcia Lopez 6.851 Racing 7 219 Roosens Kosmic / Parilla 7.305 Tony Kart / 8 212 Maini 8.372 Vortex Tony Kart / 9 225 Blomqvist 10.280 Vortex Ricciardo Kart / 10.385 10 206 Lindh Parilla 1 204 Martono

11 Lundgaard, 12 Muizzuddin Musyaffa, 13 Worship, 14 Petrov, 15 Louko, 16 Lappalainen, 17 Magnus, 18 Sargeant, 19 De Pauw, 20 Tonteri, 21 Yueyang, 22 Watt, 23 Simonov, 24 Lloveras Brunet, 25 Collet, 26 Höyer, 27 Drugovich, 28 Martinez Merono, 29 Milesi, 30 Jonusis, 31 Viscaal, 32 Vesti, 33 Wilson, 34 Fernandez Wahbeh

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS: 1 ROOSENS p.44; 2 Novalak p.38; 3 Martono p.36; 4 Lundgaard p.36; 5 Quinn p.32; 6 Shvetsov p.24; 7 Collet p.20; 8 Garcia Lopez p.18; 9 Lindh p.16; 10 Vidales p.13 Kenny Roosens (Kosmic / Parilla - VDK Racing)

Presley Martono conquering the win in both the Prefinal and the Final. The battle is intense in both races, though, and the Indonesian has to work hard to achieve his double win. In the Prefinal, Martono jumps off grid behind poleman Lindh and by lap 1 takes over, never to let go until the end. Behind him it is a thrilling show: Garcia immediately jumps into 2nd and stays there until lap 6; here Lindh gets ahead of her and at the next lap attempts an attack on the leader and goes off track; the debacle causes Garcia to lose speed and eventually she drops to 4th and then 5th. The one who takes advantage of the situation is Quinn, who storms up into 2nd, where he stays until the checkered. In the battle for 3rd, it is Novalak who holds the spot until two laps from the end, when De Pauw catches up to him and takes over, completing his phenomenal 11-position rise with a 3rd place finish. Sergeant and Garcia round off the Top 5. Instead, Yueyang sets the fast lap of the race, but is down to 14th by the end. If the Prefinal is thrilling, the Final is simply adrenalinepacked from start to finish. Martono darts in the lead from pole position, with De Pauw, Garcia and Quinn in hot pursuit, then by lap 2 his chasers get ahead of him and he is down to 4th. On lap 4, the Spaniard loses her position to Quinn, who settles in 2nd, and 6 laps later, she is also passed by a determined Martono, who moves into 3rd on the Brit’s heels. Two more laps

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and the Indonesian gets his way over Quinn, taking 2nd place. From here, the Baby Race driver starts to narrow the gap from De Pauw for the top spot, keeping up a great pace and scoring the best lap of the race. Four laps from the end, Martono finally finds an opening, conquers the lead and pulls way as fast as he can for a phenomenal round victory. Behind him, it’s a constant change of positions for the remaining laps, with hard-chargers Sergeant and Novalak working their way into the duel between De Pauw, Garcia and Quinn. In the very end, Quinn and Novalak manage to complete the podium. Right behind them are two super surprises: David Vidales (Energy Corse/ TM Racing) and Ivan Shvetsov (Tony Kart/Vortex), respectively up 11 and 15 positions from the start and 4th and 5th at the finish-line. Garcia is only 6th at the flag, followed by an excellent Roosens, who salvages his championship leadership with an amazing 14-spot rebound into 7th. Sergeant and De Pauw, instead, make contact towards the end of the Final and unexpectedly drop to 18th and 19th. Needless to say, the PFI round changes the championship scenario significantly. Roosens is still in control with 44 points, but Novalak (38) and the even-duo of Martono and Lundgaard (36) are now a close threat.


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Ulysse De Pauw (Birel Art / Parilla - Birel ART Srl)

Christian Lundgaard (Tony Kart / Vortex - Ward Racing)

Felipe Drugovich (Kosmic / Vortex - Kosmic Racing Dept)

CHAMPIONSHIP TREND 50 Pt 44 RooSEnS 40

Pt 38 noVALAK Pt 36 MARtono Pt 36 LUnDGAARD Pt 32 QUInn

30 20 10 0

RD 1 HEAtS

RD 1 FInAL

RD 2 HEAtS

RD 2 FInAL

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ENTRY LIST KF - Everyone with VEGA tires No

101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 188 189 190 191 192 193

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Driver

Nielsen, Nicklas Verschoor, Richard Hiltbrand, Pedro Tiene, Felice Van Leeuwen, Martijn Basz, Karol Janker, Hannes Hodgson, Oliver Maestranzi, Marco Moilanen, Aatu Marcu, Dionisios Haapalainen, Tuomas Kjaergaard, Nicolai Skaras, Emil Potty, Maxime Horn, Moritz Gadois, Alexandre Semi, Valtteri Chaimongkol, Sasakorn Vartanyan, Alexander Fewtrell, Max Haaga, Anton Travisanutto, Lorenzo Lorandi, Leonardo Verkroost, Bard Correa, Juan Lessennes, Benjamin Roes Andersen, Casper Baciuska, Rokas Tillett, Archie Scherer, Fabio Pasma, Patrik Hanley, Ben Jochimsen, Andreas Peltola, Olli Viiliainen, Ville Barnicoat, Benjamin Cuff, Rory Lennox-Lamb, Jordon Saarelainen, Sami Tiihonen, Niklas Valtanen, Juho Backman, Jessica Joyner, Tom Dahlberg, Alexander Johnsen, Sindre Nerman, Hugo Kry, Niklas Vigano, Matteo Bale, Thomas Michael Vips, Juri Galletto, Francesco Pits, Andry Festante, Aldo Reicher, Simon Armstrong, Marcus Haublin, Thibaut Tillett, Laura Lassen, Julius Becamel, François Valtonen, Isac Thorsen, Kristian Wichmand, Amalie Sofie

Nat.

DNK NLD ESP ITA NLD POL DEU GBR ITA FIN ROU FIN DNK SWE BEL DEU FRA FIN THA RUS GBR SWE ITA ITA NLD USA BEL DNK LTU ITA CHE FIN GBR DNK FIN FIN GBR GBR GBR FIN FIN FIN SWE GBR SWE NOR SWE DEU ITA ARE EST ITA PRT ITA AUT NZL BEL GBR DNK FRA SWE DNK DNK

Entrant

Tony Kart Racing Team RB Racing SA CRG SpA CRG SpA CRG Keijzer Racing Kosmic Racing Dept TB Motorsport Forza Racing Comer Ward Racing Ward Racing Mad-Croc Karting Ward Racing Ward Racing ASBL Karting Club Condroz TB Motorsport VDK Racing Semi, Harri Maxima Motorsport Ward Racing Ricky Flynn Motorsport GRT Karting Team Kartronix Baby Race Srl Verkroost, Paul Energy Corse CRG SpA Ricky Flynn Motorsport RB Racing SA CRG SpA Comer Strakka Bhaitech Mad-Croc Karting Team Storm Development Mad-Croc Karting Mad-Croc Karting Birel ART Srl Birel ART Srl Birel ART Srl Kohtala Sports Kohtala Sports Kohtala Sports Kosmic Racing Dept Strakka Bhaitech Ward Racing Ward Racing Ward Racing Comer Comer Ricky Flynn Motorsport Ricky Flynn Motorsport Strakka Bhaitech Strakka Bhaitech Forza Racing MM-Racing-Kart Tony Kart Racing Team VDK Racing Strakka Bhaitech TK Racing VDK Racing Ward Racing Thorsen, Lars Rold Wichmand, Bjorn

Nat.

ITA CHE ITA ITA NLD ITA DEU GBR ITA SWE SWE ITA SWE SWE BEL DEU GBR FIN THA SWE GBR SWE GBR ITA NLD ITA ITA GBR CHE ITA ITA SWE ITA DNK ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA FIN FIN FIN ITA SWE SWE SWE SWE ITA ITA GBR GBR SWE SWE GBR LUX ITA GBR SWE DNK GBR SWE DNK DNK

Equipment

Tony Kart / Vortex Exprit / Vortex CRG / Parilla CRG / Parilla CRG / TM Racing Kosmic / Vortex CRG / Parilla Kosmic / Vortex Top Kart / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Croc Promotions / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex CRG / Parilla Kosmic / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex FA Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Croc Promotions / TM Racing Energy Corse / TM Racing CRG / Parilla FA Kart / Vortex Exprit / Vortex CRG / Parilla Top Kart / Parilla Zanardi / TM Racing Croc Promotions / TM Racing Kosmic / Vortex Croc Promotions / TM Racing Croc Promotions / TM Racing Birel Art / Parilla Birel Art / Parilla Birel Art / Parilla Kosmic / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Zanardi / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Top Kart / Parilla Top Kart / Parilla FA Kart / Vortex FA Kart / Vortex Zanardi / TM Racing Zanardi / TM Racing Tony Kart / TM Racing FA Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Parilla Zanardi / TM Racing Energy Corse / TM Racing Kosmic / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex


KFJ - Everyone with Lecont tires No

201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289

Driver

Sargeant, Logan Petrov, Artem Martinez Merono, Eliseo Martono, Presley De Pauw, Ulysse Lindh, Rasmus Fernandez Wahbeh, Sebastian Lundgaard, Christian Drugovich Roncato, Felipe Yueyang, Sun Tonteri, Paavo Maini, Kush Lappalainen, Konsta Milell, Noah Leuillet, Tom Legeret, Lucas Novalak, Clément Garcia Lopez, Marta Roosens, Kenny Milesi, Charles Lloveras Brunet, Xavier Viscaal, Bent Ye, Yifei Berets, Ivan Blomqvist, Isac Persson, Sebastian Serravalle, Antonio Shvetsov, Ivan Herencia, Martin Oscar Jose Jonusis, Justas Lazzaroni, Filippo Goldschmied, Dominik Vesti, Frederik Vidales, David Abrusci, Nicola Bogdanov, Dmitrii Man, Robert Martinsson, Filip Lahoz Lopez, Alejandro Minang, Perdana Putra Collet, Caio Weerts, Charles Alatalo, William Hesse, Max Chappard, Franck Höyer, Mikkel Watt, Noah Worship, Sami Kogure, Hikaru Simmenauer, Jean Baptiste Peisselon, Timothy Piastri, Oscar Quinn, Alex De Wilde, Ugo Ptacek, Petr Muizzuddin M., Bin Abdul Jafar Louko, Daniel Magnus, Gilles Wilson, Teddy Petelet, Milane Crosland, Kyle Nilsson Cederström, Axel Weering, Max Kruetten, Niklas Uitto, Ville Giardelli, Alessandro Larsen, Truls Ojaranta, Arto Rosenback, Lucas Rasmussen, Christian Rhod Mohr, Lisa-Marie Ylänen, Kasper Viverette, Ries Fetisov, Bogdan Volegov, Nikita Bengtsson, Axel Fredriksson, Lucas Vebster, Daniel Einarsson, Gustav Eriksson, Hampus Ohlin, Simon Svensson, Emma Thylin, Lukas Zheng, Jianian

Nat.

USA RUS ESP IDN BEL SWE ven DNK BRA CHN FIN IND FIN SWE FRA CHE GBR ESP BEL FRA ESP NLD FRA ARE SWE SWE CAN RUS ESP LTU ITA SVK DNK ESP ITA RUS SWE SWE ESP IDN BRA BEL FIN DEU FRA DNK DNK ESP JPN FRA FRA AUS GBR BEL CZE MYS FIN BEL GBR FRA LKA SWE NLD DEU FIN ITA NOR FIN SWE DNK DEU DNK BEL RUS RUS SWE SWE SWE SWE SWE SWE SWE SWE CHN

Entrant

Ricky Flynn Motorsport DR Srl Praga Kart Racing Baby Race Srl Birel ART Srl Birel ART Srl Ricky Flynn Motorsport Ward Racing Kosmic Racing Dept Ricky Flynn Motorsport Mad-Croc Karting Forza Racing Ward Racing JP Racing Birel ART Srl Birel ART Srl Tony Kart Racing Team Garcia, Francisco VDK Racing Tony Kart Racing Team Strakka Bhaitech Viscaal, Jeroen RB Racing SA Ward Racing Ward Racing Ward Racing RB Racing SA Ward Racing DR Srl DR Srl DR Srl Energy Corse Energy Corse Energy Corse Baby Race Srl Baby Race Srl GRT Karting Team GRT Karting Team Kartronix Kartronix Kosmic Racing Dept Kosmic Racing Dept Mad-Croc Karting Mad-Croc Karting Praga Kart Racing Forza Racing Ricky Flynn Motorsport Ricky Flynn Motorsport Tony Kart Racing Team Tony Kart Racing Team Birel ART Srl Cancelli, Frank CRG SpA Ecurie Hesbaye Formula K Gamoto Snc Louko, Mika Magnus, Patrick Forza Racing VDK Racing Baby Race Srl Cederström, Dan CRG Keijzer Racing Forza Racing Kohtala Sports Lario Motorsport Srl Larsen, Svein Helge Mad-Croc Karting Rosenback, Andreas RS Competition RTG Kartsport TK Racing VDK Racing Team Komarov Team Komarov JP Racing JP Racing JP Racing Ward Racing Ward Racing Ward Racing Ward Racing Ward Racing Ward Racing

Nat.

GBR ITA CZE ITA ITA ITA GBR SWE ITA GBR ITA GBR SWE SWE ITA ITA ITA ESP GBR ITA SWE NLD CHE SWE SWE SWE CHE SWE ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA SWE SWE GBR GBR ITA ITA ITA ITA CZE GBR GBR GBR ITA ITA ITA LUX ITA BEL ITA ITA FIN BEL GBR GBR ITA SWE NLD GBR FIN ITA NOR ITA SWE DNK DEU DNK GBR RUS RUS SWE SWE SWE SWE SWE SWE SWE SWE SWE

Equipment

FA Kart / Vortex DR / TM Racing Praga / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Birel Art / Parilla Ricciardo Kart / Parilla FA Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex FA Kart / Vortex Croc Promotions / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Exprit / Vortex Birel Art / Parilla Birel Art / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex FA Kart / TM Racing Kosmic / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Zanardi / TM Racing Tony Kart / Parilla Exprit / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Exprit / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex DR / TM Racing DR / TM Racing DR / TM Racing Energy Corse / TM Racing Energy Corse / TM Racing Energy Corse / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Croc Promotions / TM Racing Croc Promotions / TM Racing Praga / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex FA Kart / Vortex FA Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Birel Art / Parilla Kosmic Kart / Parilla CRG / Parilla Kosmic / Vortex Formula K / Parilla CRG / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Intrepid / TM Racing CRG / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / TM Racing Maranello / TM Racing Croc Promotions / TM Racing Intrepid / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex CRG / Parilla Energy Corse / TM Racing Kosmic / Parilla Tony Kart / TM Racing Tony Kart / TM Racing Exprit / Vortex Exprit / Vortex Exprit / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex

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TIMETABLE

KF FINAL

KFJ FINAL

July 26

SUN

July 25

SAT

FRI

July 24

July 23

THUR

July 22

WED

EUROPEANS - ROUND 3 - KF, KFJ TIME

ACTIVITY

09:00 - 18:00

paddock installation

14:00 - 18:00

sporting check & trasponder collection

14:30 - 18:00

collection of tyre vouchers / fuel distribution / technical checks / tyre collection

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 10:20

KF-KFJ free practice session (single) 15 min. each

09:35 - 09:55

KF briefing

10:35 - 10:55

KFJ briefing

10:25 - 12:20

KF-KFJ free practice session (single) 15 min. each

12:20 - 13:20

BREAK / START UP ENGINES

13:25 - 18:20

KF-KFJ free practice sessions (alternate) 20 min. each

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 10:50

KF-KFJ free practice session (single) 20 min. each

09:00 - 12:00

collection of tyre vouchers

10:55 - 13:20

KF-KFJ free practice session (single) 20 min. each

13:20 - 14:20

BREAK / START UP ENGINES

14:25 - 16:50

KF-KFJ free practice session (single) 20 min. each

17:05 - 18:28

KF-KFJ qualifying practice sessions (alternate)

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 09:50

KF-KFJ warm-up session (single) 10 min. each

09:55 - 12:30

KF-KFJ qualifying heats (alternate)

12:30 - 13:35

BREAK / DEMONSTRATION: 2016 NEW OK ENGINE

13:50 - 15:45

KF-KFJ qualifying heats (alternate)

15:50 - 16:05

DEMONSTRATION: 2016 NEW OK ENGINE

16:20 - 18:15

KF-KFJ qualifying heats (alternate)

08:00 - 08:20 08:25 - 09:40

START UP ENGINES KF-KFJ warm-up session (single) 15 min. each

09:45 - 10:00

KF second chance heat

10:20 - 11:25

PRESENTATION OF DRIVERS / DEMONSTRATION: 2016 NEW OK ENGINE

11:40 - 12:00

KFJ prefinal 1 (13 laps)

12:05 - 12:25

KFJ prefinal 2 (13 laps)

12:30 - 12:50

KF prefinal (17 laps)

12:50 - 14:10

BREAK / DEMONSTRATION: 2016 NEW OK ENGINE

14:25

pre-grid on track

14:30

start grid make-up

14:35

START

15:00

podiums

15:15

pre-rid on track

15:20

start grid make-up

15:25

START

15:55

podiums

16:10

press conference

2015 CIK-FIA KF & KFJ EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP - ROUND 3 Informational advertising material. Created by Sorridi Editore in collaboration with WSK Promotion. Photos by CIK FIA and WSK Promotion (photographers: cunaphoto.it, GABIphotos)

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CIK-FIA European Championship 2015 | Kristianstad  

Round 3 | KF/KFJ | 22-26 July 2015

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