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EDITORIAL Here we are on the legendary Horensbergdam Circuit in genk, Belgium for an event that will keep us on the edge of our seats, with the world’s best shifter drivers at the grand finale of the 2015 CiK-FiA KZ and KZ2 european Championship and the young talents of the Karting Academy trophy at their mid-way round. After this weekend’s thrills, though, the CiK-FiA show will be far from over. on July 27th we will take to sweden for the closing act of the KF and KF-Junior european title hunt and, after summer break, we will head to the fast bends in Le Mans, France for the most important event of the year, the World Karting Championship. so, ready, set... go! Luca De Donno WSK Promotion President

CONTENTS 02 CIRCUITS

08 GALLERY

03 BEST LAP

10 KZ2 REPORT

04 KZ REPORT

13 GENK ENTRY LIST

07 ACADEMY REPORT

16 GENK TIMETABLE

Current event and next one up

Zuera’s top players

Review from Round 2 in Zuera

The opening round in Spain

Highlights from Zuera

The mid-way act in Zuera

Academy, KZ2 and KZ

The weekend schedule

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CIRCUITS

EVENT TRACK the current event in genk brings the 2015 CiK-FiA european KZ and KZ2 Championships to a close: this is the final battle for the title and by sunday night we will be celebrating the title winners. the event also marks the mid-way match of the Karting Academy trophy, an important chance for points.

JULY 10 - 12 | KZ/KZ2 - RD 3, ACADEMY - RD 2 CIRCUIT HORENSBERGDAM - GENK, BELGIUM

Track characteristics Length: 1360 m Width: 8-10 m Circuit Horensbergdam Europalaan 555 3600 GENK, Belgium Tel: +32 89 65 81 82 www.kartinggenk.be

With its 1.4 kilometer track, the Horensbergdam Circuit in genk is the largest outdoor karting track in europe and ranks among the top venues in the world. Last year it inaugurated the KZ and KZ2 european Championship, this year it wraps it up, promising a grand spectacle with its technically challenging layout and awesome possibilities for overtaking.

the next time everyone will step on track will be september 10-13 at the Le Mans Karting international Circuit. the date stands for the third and final act of the Academy trophy and the most important battle of the year for shifter classes: the World KZ Championship and international KZ2 super Cup.

NEXT EVENT September 13 CIK-FIA KARTING ACADEMY TROPHY - ROUND 3

Track characteristics Length: 1172 m Width: 8-10 m Le Mans Karting Int. Route du Chemin aux Bœufs 72100 LE MANS, France www.lemans-karting.com

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CIK-FIA WORLD KZ CHAMPIONSHIP CIK-FIA INTERNATIONAL KZ2 SUPER CUP LE MANS KARTING INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT / ALAIN PROST TRACK LE MANS - FRANCE


THE FASTEST

BEST LAP the Zuera race saw KZ and KZ2 drivers vying for position in the second act of the european title hunt, with several names contending track wins and best laps, and inaugurated the 2015 Academy trophy, producing a very intense level of competition.

Flavio Camponeschi

KZ

(TONY KART/VORTEX ; TONY KART RACING TEAM)

3 VICTORIES : Final; Prefinal; Heat a-c 1 BEST LAP : Heat a-c

Ben Hanley

Bas Lammers

(CROC PROMOTION/TM RACING ; MAD-CROC KARTING)

(FORMULA K / PARILLA ; FORMULA K)

Paolo Besancenez (TONY KART/VORTEX ; GOUDANT, CÉDRIC)

KZ2

(TONY KART/VORTEX ; TONY KART RACING TEAM)

2 VICTORIES : Heats a-b /a-c 2 BEST LAPS : Prefinal, Heat a-b POLE POSITION

1 BEST LAP : Final

1 BEST LAP : Heat b-c

Joel Johansson (ENERGY CORSE / TM RACING ; ENERGY CORSE)

4 VICTORIES : Heats a-b / b-c / b-d / b-e 3 BEST LAPS : Heats a-b / b-c / b-e

2 VICTORIES : Heats a-c / c-d 2 BEST LAPS : Heats a-c / c-d

Pedro Hiltbrand

Francesco Celenta

(CRG / MAXTER ; CRG SPA)

(PAROLIN / TM RACING ; CELENTA, FRANCESCO)

2 VICTORIES : Final; Heat a-d 1 BEST LAP : Heat b-d

2 VICTORIES : Prefinal; Heat c-e

Jorge Carlos Pescador

Luca Corberi

(PRAGA / PARILLA ; PRAGA KART RACING)

(TONY KART / VORTEX ; TONY KART RACING TEAM)

1 VICTORY : Heat a-e 2 BEST LAPS : Heats a-e / c-e

1 VICTORY : Heat d-e 1 BEST LAP : Heat d-e

Thomas Laurent

Stan Pex

(TONY KART / VORTEX ; GOUDANT, CÉDRIC)

(INTREPID / TM RACING ; PEX RACING TEAM)

POLE POSITION

1 BEST LAP : Heat a-d

Lorenzo Camplese

Maik Siebecke

(FORMULA K / PARILLA ; FORMULA K)

(CRG / MODENA ENGINES ; SRP RACING TEAM)

1 BEST LAP : Prefinal

1 BEST LAP : Final

Marta Garcia Lopez

Alejandro Lahoz Lopez

(PAROLIN / FIM ; GARCIA, FRANCISCO)

ACADEMY

Marco Ardigò

(PAROLIN/ FIM ; LAHOZ, RAMON )

2 VICTORIES : Final; Heat b-c 3 BEST LAPS : Final; Heats a-b / b-c

1 VICTORY : Heat a-b

Xavier Lloveras Brunet

Alfie Brown

(PAROLIN / FIM ; LLOVERASCOMERMA, CARLOS)

(PAROLIN / FIM ; BROWN, CLAIRE)

1 VICTORY : Heat a-c

1 VICTORY : Prefinal

Théo Nouet

Stuart White

(PAROLIN / FIM ; NOUET, FREDERIC)

(PAROLIN / FIM ; WHITE, DAVID)

POLE POSITION

1 BEST LAP : Prefinal

Callum Bradshaw (PAROLIN / FIM ; BRADSHAW, PETE)

1 BEST LAP : Heat a-c

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KZ - ROUND 2

The second round in Zuera opens with defending title holder Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart/Vortex) on top. The Italian takes pole position with an unexpected last dash in the Qualifying race that sees him first across the finish by 127 thousandths over Anthony Abbasse (Sodi/TM Racing) and 161 thousandths over point leader and teammate Flavio Camponeschi (Tony Kart/Vortex). The next ones up, 4th through 7th, are Ben Hanley (Croc Promotions/TM Racing), Bas Lammers (Formula K/Parilla), Arnaud Kozlinski (Sodi/ TM Racing), and Simo Puhakka (CRG/Maxter). Other names that are usually on top in KZ are further down: Jordon Lennox-Lamb (Birel Art/Parilla) is 11th, Paolo De Conto (CRG/Maxter) is 13th and Jonathan Thonon (Praga/Parilla) is as far back as 17th. In the heats, Ardigò confirms he is the man to beat in Zuera: he wins both of his races (conquering the second one with two splendid overtakes) and secures pole position for Sunday. Camponeschi wins the only race in which Ardigò is 2nd and conquers the other spot on front row for the Prefinal. In row 2 behind the Tony Kart duo, but with lap times that have nothing to envy, there are Hanley and Kozlinski. Abbasse drops

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to 5th, followed by the trio of Patrik Hajek (Praga/ Parilla), Lennox-Lamb, and Jorrit Pex (Interpid/TM Racing) – each 4 positions up from the Qualifyings. Andrea Dalè (CRG/Maxter) proves to be the steady one, confirming his 9th place standing over Douglas Lundberg (Kosmic/Vortex) and De Conto (respectively down 2 and up 2). The ones who take a serious drop in the charts are Lammers, who loses 8 positions and places 13th, and Puhakka, down 12 spots to 19th. In the Prefinal, Camponeschi manages to get his way over Ardigò, who posts the best lap of the race in his attempt to reply, but in the end has to settle for 2nd. Behind them, Abbasse wins the battle for 3rd place over Lennox-Lamb, but both manage to outrun Hanley, 5th at the finish. The true rebound stars of the Prefinal are Mirko Torsellini (Ricciardo Kart/TM Racing), 8th behind Hajek and Pex, after an amazing 14 position climb, and Andreas Backman (Komsic/Vortex), up 11 spots and 10th at the flag behind a great Tuomas Tujula (Croc Promotions/TM Racing). The big slip, instead, comes for Kozlinski, out after 3 laps and down to 17th, Lammers, penalized for an incorrect fairing position, and De Conto, 11th at the finish-line, but


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Jordon Lennox-Lamb (Birel Art / Parilla - Birel ART Srl)

Anthony Abbasse (Sodi / TM Racing - Sodikart)

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Bas Lammers (Formula K / Parilla - Formula K)

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Patrik Hajek (Praga / Parilla - Praga Kart Racing)

RESULTS : PREFINAL & FINAL KZ - PREFINAL P. N° Name

Material

Time

kart / 1 14 Camponeschi tony vortex 2 3 Ardigò 3 11 Abbasse

tony kart / vortex sodi / tm racing

art / 4 5 Lennox-Lamb birel parilla croc promotions / 5 9 Hanley tm racing

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Time -

5.464

8 8

5.638

9 12 Kozlinski

sodi / tm racing

7.502

7.344

10 26 Dalè

crg / maxter

8.346

1.980 2.013

7 6 Pex

intrepid / tm racing ricciardo kart / tm racing croc promotions / tm racing kosmic / vortex

10 22 Backman

Material

kart / 1 14 Camponeschi tony vortex

4.624

1.580

praga / parilla 3.892

9 25 Tujula

P. N° Name

tony kart / vortex croc 3 9 Hanley promotions / tm racing art / 4 5 Lennox-Lamb* birel parilla sodi / tm 5 11 Abbasse racing intrepid / tm 6 6 Pex racing formula k / 7 4 Lammers parilla

1.387

6 8 Hajek 8 10 Torsellini

KZ - FINAL

11 Dalè, 12 Forè, 13 Thonon, 14 Kokko, 15 Lammers, 16 Puhakka, 17 Kozlinski, 18 Dreezen, 19 Lundberg, 20 Carlton NC Paauwe, De Conto

2 3

Ardigò

Hajek

0.324 3.067 3.237 3.837 4.876 5.716

praga / parilla 7.158

11 Forè, 12 Kokko, 13 Thonon, 14 Lundberg, 15 Tujula, 16 Backman, 17 Puhakka, 18 Torsellini, 19 Dreezen, 20 Carlton *1 second time penalty after podium celebrations

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS: 1 Camponeschi p.67; 2 Ardigò p.56; 3 Hanley p.53; 4 Hajek p.31; 5 Lennox-Lamb p.26; 6 Kozlinski p.21 7 Abbasse p.19; 8 Iglesias p.17; 9 Lammers p.14; 10 Pex p.13. Ben Hanley (Croc Promotions / TM Racing - Mad-Croc Karting)

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KZ - ROUND 2

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is no stopping Ardigò until lap 11, when Camponeschi finally finds an opening and takes over, never to let go until the finish. Behind them the battle for 3rd is again between Lennox-Lamb and Hanley, who posts the best lap of the race on his rebound effort. The two close in this order, but then switch places after the race is over, when the Birel ART driver is assigned a penalty. Abbasse rounds off the top 5, followed by Pex and hard-charging Lammers, up 8 positions. As we enter the grand finale in Genk, Ardigò is in a tight spot: 2nd behind Camponeschi by 11 points and just 3 units ahead of Hanley. Hajek follows more detached in 4th place, but is technically still in contention for the podium.

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excluded at the end of the race, for having stopped to fix his bumper on the return lap. Following the weekend’s dynamic momentum, the Final lives up to expectations, producing a breathtaking duel among the Tony Kart teammates and intense battles behind them. Camponeschi dashes from pole position and maintans control, with Ardigò virtually glued to his bumper, and, a hard-charging LennoxLamb pulling away from the group, in hot pursuit of the two. On lap 2, Ardigò gets ahead of his teammate and after three high-speed laps bumper to bumper, on lap 5 the Italians are able to build a 2 second gap from their British chaser, after he blocks an attack from Hanley and sends him down to 6th. From here, there

Andrea Dalè (CRG / Maxter - Dalè, Andrea)

Jorrit Pex (Intrepid / TM Racing - Pex Racing Team)

KZ CHAMPIONSHIP TREND 80 70

PT 67 CAMPONESCHI

60

PT 56 ARDIGÒ PT 53 HANLEY

50 40

PT 31 HAJEK

30 20 10 0

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RD 1 HEATS

RD 1 FINAL

RD 2 HEATS

RD 2 FINAL


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ACADEMY - ROUND 1

In Zuera, Europe’s top shifter drivers shared track time with the first round of the CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy, the one-make championship supported by Parolin Racing that is dedicated to the world’s young promises and that this year welcomes as many as 50 drivers from 35 nations. After the qualifyings, the top 5 names were Théo Nouet (France), Alejandro Lahoz Lopez (Spain), Callum Bradshaw (UK), Xavier Lloveras Brunet (Spain) and Alfie Brown (again UK). By Saturday night, after a full day of heat races, it is Brown who is sitting on top of the standings, without any wins. In fact, two second place finishes were enough for him to land pole for the finals: a clear sign of the intense level of competition on field. The heat winners are the Spanish trio of Lahoz Lopez, Lloveras Brunet, and Academy “veteran” Marta Garcia Lopez, who in the combined standings place respectively 2nd, 3rd, and 5th - with Garcia Lopez on a promising rise from her 11th time on Friday. The Iberic triplet is “interrupted” by Russian driver Zakhar Slutskiy, who also improves his standing from 9th to 4th and earns his place among the leading pack going into the key phase of the round on Sunday.

In the Prefinal, Brown retains the lead, commanding from start to finish, with Lloveras Brunet 2nd the whole time and only 4 tenths off at the chequered. In an adrenaline-driven battle for 3rd place, Lahoz Lopez manages to contain Bradshaw’s fury, as he climbs up 9 positions after the slip in his last heat. Slutskiy closes 5th, followed by White, who posts the best lap of the race in his effort to defend from a pressing Ugo De Wilde. The field seems settled going into the Final, instead here the tables turn, with Garcia Lopez producing a masterful run on her home turf. The Academy “lady” sponsored by the FIA Women in Motorsport Commission posts the best lap and takes an authoritative 2.8 second victory over Brown. Behind them, Slutskiy beats Lloveras Brunet to the 3rd step of the podium. Following in 5th and 6th there are the two fast climbers of the race: Brazil’s Murilo Della Colletta, up 6, and Sweden’s Alfred Nilsson, up 13. Friday’s poleman Nouet, instead, closes 12th, but out of a field of 50 the result is still something to be proud of. In the general standings, Garcia Lopez and Brown lead just 1 point apart (31 and 30), followed by Slutskiy (23), Lloveras Brunet (21), Lahoz Lopez (18), and White (13).

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GALLERY

ZUERA HIGHLIGHTS

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the Circuito internacional de Zuera, one of the most prestigious and impressive racing venues in europe, blessed KZ, KZ2 and Academy drivers with all the iconic elements of spain’s dry region: sunny skies, rushing winds, the warm embrace and resplendent beauty of local people and the evocative power of the town’s symbol, the bull.

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KZ2 - ROUND 2

Round 2 in Zuera starts with Thomas Laurent (Tony Kart/Vortex) in pole position, followed by his Tony Kart teammate Paolo Besancenez. Sweden’s Joel Johansson (Energy Corse/TM Racing) shines as the third fastest overall of the Qualifyings, followed by Round 1 surprise-man Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG/Maxter), here on his home soil. While all of Sarno’s “good takers” manage to make the top 15, championship leader Andreas Fasberg (Tony Kart/Vortex) is as far back as 31st. With the leader in difficulty and overall gaps down to a minimum, featuring 26 drivers in the range of half a second, the Spanish event begins with the sense that the title hunt might get seriously redefined. On Saturday evening, after the heats, the two names ready to start the Prefinal from front row are Besancenez, winner of all four of his races, and Johansson, winner of two races and giving the impression that we should forget about his dull championship start in Sarno. The hard-chargers of the heats are Italian Francesco Celenta (Parolin/ TM Racing), who improves his standing from 8th to 3rd over Hiltbrand, and Thomas Mich (Birel Art/

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TM Racing), who recovers 11 positions and places 6th behind Marijn Kremers (Birel Art/Parilla). Tom Lorkowski (Righetti Ridolfi/Modena Engines), Luca Corberi (Tony Kart/Vortex), Lorenzo Camplese (Formula K/Parilla) and Jorge Pescador (Praga/ Parilla) round off the Top 10. What about Friday’s top qualifier Laurent? Despite excellent results in his last two races (twice 2nd), his difficulties in the first two heats set him as far down as 21st going into Sunday. Recovery already seems underway, instead, for point leader Fasberg, who improves his initial standing by 17 positions and rises to 16th. The expected shuffling of positions takes a serious turn in the Prefinal, where Celenta relegates Besancenez to 2nd as soon as lap 2 and goes on to take an uncontested victory. Despite his efforts, the French poleman fails to get back at the Italian and on lap 9 even gets passed by Hiltbrand, returning to 2nd place only on the last lap, when Celenta is gone for the win. Fourth behind the French-Spanish duo there is Johansson, who dropped there in the early laps and then had to defend from hard-charging Corberi, 5th on his bumper until the finish. The other Italian


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Luca Corberi (Tony Kart / Vortex - Tony Kart Racing Team)

Sean Babington (Energy Corse / Parilla - Energy Corse)

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Maik Siebecke Pedro Hiltbrand(CRG (CRGSPA / Modena / Maxter Engines - CRG - SRP SpA)Racing Team)

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Jorge Carlos Pescador (Praga / Parilla - Praga Kart Racing)

RESULTS : PREFINAL & FINAL KZ2 - PREFINAL

P. N° Name

1 342 Celenta

Material

parolin / tm racing

Time -

1 321 Hiltbrand

Material crg / maxter

Time -

kart / 2 338 Besancenez tony vortex

0.806

3 321 Hiltbrand

crg / maxter

0.968

4 304 Johansson

1.353 1.798

5 311 Pescador

praga / parilla 2.272

5.500

6 342 Celenta

parolin / tm racing

7 310 Piccini

energy corse / tm racing tony kart / vortex birel art / tm racing tony kart / vortex

energy / tm racing kart / 3 338 Besancenez tony vortex tony kart / 4 307 Corberi vortex

8 314 Törnqvist 9 317 Camplese 10 311 Pescador

5 307 Corberi 6 388 Mich

2 304 Johansson

energy / parilla

1.303 1.437 2.029

3.070

6,.65

7 345 Babington

crg / tm racing

7.175

8 302 Siebecke

formula k / parilla

crg / modena engines

7.220

9 314 Törnqvist

crg / tm racing 8.112

praga / parilla

9.267

10 323 Tiene

crg / maxter

11 Tiene, 12 Cavalieri, 13 Babington, 14 Tilloca, 15 Rosati, 16 Pex, 17 Laurent, 18 Horio, 19 Norris, 20 Kremers, 21 Azedo Sousa, 22 Idzkowski, 23 Martynyuk, 24 Federer, 25 Myers, 26 Nilsson, 27 Musio, 28 Lorkowski, 29 Prosperi, 30 Tanko Yurrebaso, 31 Siebecke NC Bernardotto, Negro, Fasberg

Maik Siebecke (CRG / Modena Engines - SRP Racing Team)

KZ2 - FINAL

P. N° Name

4.620 5.030

8.118

11 Kremers, 12 Laurent, 13 Myers, 14 Idzkowski, 15 Norris, 16 Prosperi, 17 Nilsson, 18 Horio, 19 Musio, 20 Piccini, 21 Cavalieri, 22 Camplese, 23 Tanko Yurrebaso, 24 Tilloca, 25 Rosati, 26 Azedo Sousa, 27 Federer, 28 Lorkowski NC Pex, Martynyuk, Mich

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS: 1 Hiltbrand p.52; 2 Johansson p.35; 3 Besancenez p.35; 4 Corberi p.35; 5 Fasberg p.34; 6 Kremers p.29 7 Tiene p.22; 8 Siebecke p.19; 9 Federer p.18; 10 Celenta p.18. Everyone with LECONT tires

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KZ2 - ROUND 2

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pole and leads from green to chequered, but the battle for the other top positions sees Hiltbrand, Johansson, and Besancenez duel until the very last lap, where they cross the line in this order. Then, at the end of the race, there is the unexpected twist: Celenta receives a 5 second penalty for “jump start” and gets dropped to 6th, promoting his chasers to the podium and allowing Corberi and Pescador to round off the top 5. The top 4 of the Zuera Final are now also the leading names of the title hunt: Hiltbrand commands with 52 points, followed by Johansson, Besancenez and Corberi - all at 35 points. Fasberg has dropped from 1st to 5th, but remains in full contention with 34 points, followed by Kremers at 29 points.

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front-runner, Camplese, is not as lucky, but just as impressive: he posts the best lap of the race in the effort to make up for his early slip and return to where he started, 9th. The one who despairs, instead, is Fasberg: point leader at the start of the Zuera round, “lost” in the qualifyings, on the rebound in the heats, in the Prefinal he does another 8 position climb, but then gets excluded for stopping to fix his front bumper. His round hopes are shot. The Prefinal also takes a toll in the way of contacts on Kremers, who slides from 5th to 20th, Lorkowski, from 7th to 28th, and Maik Siebecke (CRG/Modena Engines), from 11th to 31st. With such a fast-changing scenario, the Zuera Final proves as thrilling as expected. Celenta starts from

Marijn Kremers (Birel Art / Parilla - Birel ART Srl)

Lorenzo Camplese (Formula K / Parilla - Formula K)

KZ2 CHAMPIONSHIP TREND 60 PT 52 HILTBRAND

50

JOHANSSON BESANCENEZ PT 35 CORBERI PT 34 FASBERG

40 30

PT 29 KREMERS

20 10 0

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RD 1 HEATS

RD 1 FINAL

RD 2 HEATS

RD 2 FINAL


GENK ENTRY LIST ACAdeMY - Everyone with PAroLin / FiM / Bridgestone No

501 502 503 504 505 506 507 508 509 510 511 512 513 514 515 516 517 518 519 520 521 522 523 524 525 526

Driver

Nat.

Entrant

Van Berlo, Glenn NLD Van Berlo, Marcel Buys, Dylan NLD Buys, Erik Tsujimoto, Shion JPN Tsujimoto, Kuniyuki Tomita, Aruga JPN Tomita, Kenji Dalkiran, Mehmet Mert TUR Dalkiran, Mehmet Onder Nouet, Théo FRA Nouet, Frederic Coursimault, Enzo FRA Coursimault, Jerome Lloveras Brunet, Xavier ESP Lloveras Comerma, Carlos Lahoz Lopez, Alejandro ESP Lahoz, Ramon Brown, Alfie GBR Brown, Claire Bradshaw, Callum GBR Bradshaw, Pete Shaw, Elliott CHE Shaw, Andrew Scott, Dennis-Peter DEU Scott, Lee-Peter Della Coletta, Murilo BRA Della Coletta, Marcos Della Coletta, Marcel BRA Della Coletta, Marcos Genisi, Nicolo ITA Genisi, Claudio Sandre, Federico ITA Sandre, Livio Zheng, Jianian CHN Zheng, Bin Fadhil Pratama, Ferrel IDN Nurhamzah, Jufrizal Zamula, Illya UKR Zamula, Gennadiy White, Stuart ZAF White, David Athanasopoulos, Sotirios GRC Kevorkian, Arsakovi D'Arcy, Alexander GRC D'Arcy, Scott Slutskiy, Artem RUS Slutskiy, Roman Slutskiy, Zakhar RUS Slutskiy, Roman Nilsson, Alfred SWE Nilsson, Tony

Nat.

No

Driver

Nat.

NLD NLD JPN JPN TUR FRA FRA ESP ESP GBR GBR CHE DEU BRA BRA ITA ITA CHN IDN UKR ZAF GRC GRC RUS RUS SWE

527 528 529 530 531 532 533 534 535 536 537 538 539 540 541 542 543 544 545 546 547 548 549 550 551

Amendola, Michelangelo De Wilde, Ugo Lassen, Emil Majormoen, Guro Heyerdahl, Emil Moghadampour, Dariush Jones, Jagger Lewis, Ryan Podobsky, Lukas Alvarado, José Miguel Vaskelis, Kasparas Hasan, Hussain Ali Beshara, Talal Aradhya, Yash Francis, Paul T. Schlett, Kristopher Cohen, Ido Tan, Jun Wei Ethan Lee, Chanjoon Bouchabke, Rubens Budovskis, Mihails Yu, Royce Santos, Michael Garcia Lopez, Marta Payot Maciel, Laher W.

BEL BEL DNK NOR NOR FIN USA USA CZE VEN LTU BHR BHR IND IND ROU ISR SGP KOR LBN LVA HKG DOM ESP MOZ

Entrant

Amendola, Carmelo Gentilini, Paola Lassen, Peter Majormoen, Morten Heyerdahl, Erik Moghadampour, Hojat Jones, Parnell Lewis, Stephen Podobsky, Lukas Sr Alvarado, Giovanni Vaskelis, Virginijus Hasan, Ali Abbas Beshara, Othman Aradhya, Sujith Francis, Joseph T. Schlett, Alexandru Cohen, Amihai Tan, Shuay Tarng Vincent Lee, Dongwon Bouchabke, Imad Budovskis, Alexandrs Heung, Yee Kwan Santos, Michael H. Josef Garcia, Francisco Maciel Alibai, Ercilio

Nat.

BEL BEL DNK NOR NOR FIN USA USA CZE VEN LTU BHR BHR IND IND ROU ISR SGP KOR LBN LVA HKG DOM ESP MOZ

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GENK ENTRY LIST KZ2 - Everyone with LeCont tires No

301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348

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Driver

Federer, Fabian Siebecke, Maik Norris, John Johansson, Joel Zanchi, Matteo Kremers, Marijn Corberi, Luca Romkema, Ricardo Specken, Guust Piccini, Alessio Pescador, Jorge Carlos Pex, Stan Paskevicius, Paulius Törnqvist, P. Benjamin Zanchetta, Marco Rhyn, Rudolf Camplese, Lorenzo Mandozzi, G. Alberto Nilsson, Brandon Idzkowski, Bartosz Hiltbrand, Pedro Horio, Fuma Tiene, Felice Rosati, Fabrizio Steeman, Pepijn Van Haandel, Chantal Bernardotto, Enrico Cebrian Ariza, Gerard Giannoni, Lorenzo Mosca, Tommaso Myers, James Spinelli, Loris Sportella, Giovanni Fontaine, Paul Gonzales, Nicolas Cavalieri, Alberto Lorkowski, Tom Josef Besancenez, Paolo Laurent, Thomas Azedo Sousa, Yohan Engman, Kevin Celenta, Francesco Mazzali, Massimo Rasmussen, Nikolaj Babington, Sean Tilloca, Luca Bottiroli, Antoine Schmitz, Alexander

Nat.

ITA DEU IRL SWE ITA NLD ITA NLD NLD ITA ESP NLD LTU SWE ITA CHE ITA ITA SWE POL ESP JPN ITA ITA NLD NLD ITA ESP ITA ITA USA ITA ITA FRA FRA ITA DEU FRA FRA PRT SWE ITA ITA DNK ARE ITA FRA DEU

Entrant

CRG SpA SRP Racing Team Mach 1 Motorsport Energy Corse GP Racing Birel ART Srl Tony Kart Racing Team KSW Birelart Austria PDB Racing Team Tony Kart Racing Team Praga Kart Racing Pex Racing Team Kartingo klubas MsKart CRG Holland Alpha Karting Rhyn, Manfred Camplese, Lorenzo Birel ART Srl Flandria Kart Sweden DTK Racing Team Poland CRG SpA CRG SpA CRG SpA CRG SpA CRG Holland CRG Holland Maranello Kart Maranello Kart Maranello Kart Maranello Kart Scuderia PCR Srl Scuderia PCR Srl Scuderia PCR Srl Fontaine, Pierre Gonzales, Nicolas Gold Kart Racing Team Gold Kart Racing Team Goudant, Cédric Goudant, Cédric Strakka Bhaitech Strakka Bhaitech Celenta, Francesco Mad-Croc Karting Dino Racing A/S Energy Corse Gforce Racing Bottiroli, Antoine KSM Racing Team

Nat. Equipment

ITA DEU DEU ITA ITA ITA ITA DEU NLD ITA CZE NLD LTU NLD FRA CHE ITA ITA SWE POL ITA ITA ITA ITA NLD NLD ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA FRA FRA LTU LTU FRA FRA SWE SWE ITA ITA DNK ITA ITA FRA DEU

CRGSPA / Maxter CRG / Modena Engines Mach 1 / TM Racing Energy Corse / TM Racing GP Racing / Maxter Birel Art / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Birel Art / TM Racing Gillard / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Praga / Parilla Intrepid / TM Racing Energy Corse / TM Racing CRG / TM Racing Alpha Karting / TM Racing Birel Art / Modena Engines Parolin / TM Racing Birel Art / Parilla RK / Vortex Ricciardo Kart / TM Racing CRGSPA / Maxter CRGSPA / Maxter CRGSPA / Maxter CRGSPA / Maxter CRG / TM Racing CRG / TM Racing Maranello / Modena Engines Maranello / TM Racing Maranello / Modena Engines Maranello / TM Racing PCR / TM Racing PCR / TM Racing PCR / TM Racing Sodi / TM Racing Sodi / TM Racing Righetti Ridolfi / Modena Engines Righetti Ridolfi / Modena Engines Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Zanardi / TM Racing Zanardi / TM Racing Parolin / TM Racing Croc Promotions / TM Racing Dino Kart / TM Racing Energy Corse / Parilla DR / Modena Engines Sodi / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex


349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385

Pieruszek, Kevin deu KSW Birelart Austria Schultheiss, Marcel deu Mach 1 Motorsport Musio, Luigi ITA Palmisano, Michele Medoro Prosperi, Oliver Enrico esp Prosperi, Oliver Enrico Negro, Riccardo ITA Renda, Antonio Martynyuk, Maxim RUS SRP Racing Team Bild, Mads DNK TK Racing Fasberg, Andreas DNK Tony Kart Racing Team Van Leeuwen, Martijn nld CRG Keijzer Racing Davies, Dylan nld CRG Keijzer Racing Gomes E.S.Di Mauro, Gaetano BRA CRG SpA Bortoleto O. Da Silv, Enzo BRA CRG SpA Forrer, Marco CHE Mach 1 Motorsport Delre, Thierry BEL Mach 1 Motorsport Hall, Philip swe Ward Racing Lagerstrom, Linus swe Ward Racing Charles, Kenny BEL Charles, Kenny Vigano, Matteo ITA Comer Baciuska, Rokas ltu Energy Corse Joyner, Tom GBR Strakka Bhaitech Schmidt, Dominik deu TB Motorsport Van Der Kaaij, William nld Van Der Kaaij, William

deu deu ITA esp ITA deu DNK ITA nld nld ITA ITA deu deu swe swe BEL ITA ITA SWE deu nld

Birel Art / Maxter Mach 1 / TM Racing Parolin / TM Racing CRG / TM Racing CRGSPA / TM Racing CRG / Modena Engines Energy Corse / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex CRG / TM Racing CRG / TM Racing CRGSPA / Maxter CRGSPA / Maxter Mach 1 / TM Racing Mach 1 / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / TM Racing Kosmic / Vortex Top Kart / Parilla Energy Corse / TM Racing Zanardi / TM Racing CRG / Modena Engines Birel Art / TM Racing

KZ - Everyone with Bridgestone tires No

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 99

Driver

Dreezen, Rick Thonon, Jonathan Ardigò, Marco Lammers, Bas Lennox-Lamb, Jordon Pex, Jorrit De Conto, Paolo Hajek, Patrik Hanley, Ben Torsellini, Mirko Abbasse, Anthony Kozlinski, Arnaud Camponeschi, Flavio Forè, Davide Puhakka, Simo Kokko, Henri Kuovi, Jan Iglesias, Jérémy Buran, Alessandro Marinelli, Natan Backman, Andreas Lundberg, Douglas Paauwe, Menno Tujula, Tuomas Dalè, Andrea Carlton, Gary Habulin, Kristijan Deharte, Julien

Nat.

BEL BEL ITA NLD GBR NLD ITA CZE GBR ITA FRA FRA ITA ITA FIN FIN FIN FRA ITA ITA SWE SWE NLD FIN ITA USA HRV FRA

Entrant

Birel ART Srl Praga Kart Racing Tony Kart Racing Team Formula K Birel ART Srl Pex Racing Team CRG SpA Formula K Mad-Croc Karting DTK Racing Team Poland Sodikart Sodikart Tony Kart Racing Team CRG SpA CRG SpA Dino Racing A/S Kuovi, Jan Iglesias, Jérémy BRM Racing BRM Racing Kosmic Racing Dept Kosmic Racing Dept Birel ART Srl Mad-Croc Karting Dalè, Andrea GforceRacing TBkart Srl Deharte, Julien

Nat.

Equipment

ITA CZE ITA ITA ITA NLD ITA ITA ITA POL FRA FRA ITA ITA ITA DNK FIN FRA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA FRA

Ricciardo Kart / Parilla Praga / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Formula K / Parilla Birel Art / Parilla Intrepid / TM Racing CRG / Maxter Formula K / Parilla Croc Promotions / TM Racing Ricciardo Kart / TM Racing Sodi / TM Racing Sodi / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex CRG / Maxter CRG / Maxter Dino Kart / TM Racing Parolin / TM Racing Sodi / TM Racing BRM / TM Racing BRM / TM Racing Kosmic / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Birel Art / TM Racing Croc Promotions / TM Racing CRG / Maxter DR / Modena Engines TB Kart / Modena Engines CRG / Vortex

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TIMETABLE GENK

KZ FinAL

ACAdeMY FinAL

KZ2 FinAL

July 12

sUn

July 11

sAt

Fri

July 10

July 09

tHUr

July 08

Wed

KZ & KZ2 Europeans - RD 3 / Academy Trophy - RD 2 TIME

ACTIVITY

09:00 - 18:00

paddock installation & sporting check

14:30 - 18:00

KZ-KZ2 collection of tyre vouchers, fuel distribution, technical checks & tyre collection

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 09:40

KZ-KZ2 free practice sessions 15 min. each

09:55 - 10:15

KZ2 briefing

09:45 - 13:15

KZ-KZ2 free practice sessions 20 min. each (alternating)

13:15 - 14:15

BREAK / START UP ENGINES

15:00 - 18:00

ACADEMY sporting check, trasponder collection, fuel distribution & engine draw

14:20 - 17:35

KZ-KZ2 free practice sessions 20 min. each (alternating)

08:00 - 09:00

ACADEMY sporting check, trasponder & tyre collection, fuel distrib., tech checks / BRIEFING

08:00 - 12:30

START UP ENGINES / collection of tyre vouchers

08:25 - 12:05

KZ-KZ2-ACADEMY free practice sessions 20 min. each

12:05 - 12:50

BREAK / START UP ENGINES

12:55 - 16:35

KZ-KZ2-ACADEMY free practice sessions 20 min. each

16:50 - 18:28

KZ-KZ2-ACADEMY qualifying practice sessions

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 10:40

KZ-KZ2-ACADEMY warm-up 15 min.

10:45 - 12:40

KZ-KZ2 qualifying heats (12 laps) - ACADEMY qualifying heats (8 laps)

12:40 - 13:55

BREAK / START UP ENGINES

14:00 - 17:15

KZ-KZ2 qualifying heats (12 laps) - ACADEMY qualifying heats (8 laps)

08:00 - 08:20 08:25 - 09:35

START UP ENGINES KZ-KZ2-ACADEMY warm-up sessions 10 min.

09:40 - 11:05

KZ2 second chance heat - ACADEMY second chance heat / DRIVERS PRESENTATION

11:25 - 12:30

KZ-KZ2 prefinal (15 laps) - ACADEMY prefinal (12 laps)

12:30 - 13:15 13:20

BREAK / START UP ENGINES pregrid on track

13:25

start grid make-up

13:30 14:00

START podiums

14:10

pregrid on track

14:15

start grid make-up

14:20

START

14:45

podiums

14:55

pregrid on track

15:00

start grid make-up

15:05

START

15:35

podiums

15:50

press conference

CIK-FIA EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP - KZ & KZ2 - ROUND 3 / CIK-FIA KARTING ACADEMY TROPHY - ROUND 2 Informational advertising material. Created by Sorridi Editore Srl in collaboration with WSK Promotion. Photos by CIK-FIA and WSK Promotion agents (cunaphoto.it, FotoFormulaK.com and KSP.fr.)

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