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EDITORIAL Europe salutes you! Coming up next... the world. After our splendid trip to Sweden, where we assigned the title to shifter classes, here we are in the UK for the final leg of our “Euro” tour, ready to crown the KF and KFJ champions. Tried and tested, prestigious, legendary: the PFI Circuit is the perfect scenario to wrap up the 2014 European Championships and lead into the hunt for the World crown. Luca De Donno WSK Promotion President

CONTENTS 02 CIRCUITS

08 GALLERY

03 BEST LAP

10 POINTS & WORST RESULTS

The European tour of the KF and KFJ

The “takers” of the previous round

04 KF RD 3 REPORT A replay of the Genk weekend

06 KFJ RD 3 REPORT The action in Kristianstad

The best of the European show in Belgium and Sweden The point system and the discard rule

12 KZ & KZ2 EURO CHAMPS

The 2014 title winners in the shifter classes

14 ENTRY LIST KF & KFJ The competitors on track at the PFI

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CIRCUITS The current event on the PFI Circuit marks the fourth and final round of the European title hunt for both the KF and KFJ. The battle to decide who will be the 2014 European Champion is down to the wire, with many drivers in contention for the ultimate victory. And the weather might influence the final verdict too, considering that rainfall is no stranger to these English lands PREVIOUS ROUND

GENK - BELGIUM KARTING GENK INTNL. Round 3 - KF June 14 - June 15

PREVIOUS ROUND

KRISTIANSTAD - SWEDEN ÅSUM RING Round 3 - KFJ July 24 - July 27

CURRENT ROUND

BRANDON - UK PF INTNL. CIRCUIT Final Round - KF, KFJ August 29 - 31

The British circuit, a world famous race venue that needs no introductions, hosts the grand final that will award the titles of KF and KFJ European Champion for 2014. A highly technical track, the PFI is bound to guarantee a breathtaking show for the ultimate battle for victory. www.tvkc.co.uk/cik

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Track characteristics Length: 1360 m Width: 8-10 m Genker Kart Vereniging Europalaan 555 3600 GENK, Belgium Tel: +32 89 65 81 82

Track characteristics Length: 1231 m Width: 8.5 m Annedalsvägen 32 291 63 KRISTIANSTAD Sweden Tel: +46 70 630 68 41

Track characteristics Length: 1382 m Width: 8-10 m BRANDON Grantham - Lincolnshire NG32 2AY, England Tel: +44 01636 626424


BEST LAP

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International events aren’t defined by the final race alone. In 2014 heat results also assign points. Besides this, qualifying times and best laps always shape the battle. Here are the drivers who had good takings in round 3: Genk, Belgium for the KF and Kristianstad, Sweden for the KFJ Callum Ilott

KF

(ZANARDI/PARILLA – ZANARDI STRAKKA RACING)

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

NICKLAS NIELSEN

Lando Norris

(KOSMIC /VORTEX – KOSMIC RACING

(FA KART/VORTEX – RICKY FLYNN MOTORSPORT)

DEPT)

1 victory: heat a-b

2 victories : final, prefinal

1 best lap: heat a-d

Alessio Lorandi (TONY KART/PARILLA – BABY RACE)

1 victory: heat b-c

The following drove 1 best lap each:

Tom Joyner

Linus Lundqvist

Julien Darras

(ZANARDI/PARILLA – ZANARDI STRAKKA RAC.)

(TONY KART/VORTEX – WARD RACING)

(ART GP/TM – ART GRAND PRIX)

heat a-b

heat a-c

heat b-c

Daniel Ticktum

KFJ

(ZANARDI/PARILLA - ZANARDI STRAKKA RACING)

4 victories: prefinal 2, heats d-f/c-d/d-e 2 best laps: heats c-d / a-d

LORENZO TRAVISANUTTO (PCR/TM - SCUDERIA PCR)

Leonardo Lorandi (TONY KART/PARILLA - BABY RACE)

1 victory: prefinal 1

2 victories : final, heat b-d 1 best lap : heat b-d

Juan Correa (ENERGY/TM - ENERGY CORSE)

5 victories: heats a-b/a-c /a-d/a-f/a-e 4 best laps: prefinal 1, heats a-b/a-f/a-d pole position

Mick Junior

Ross Martin

(TONY KART/VORTEX - TONY KART RACING TEAM)

(TONY KART/TM - FORZA RACING)

2 victories: heats e-f/b-f 3 best laps: heats d-f/ e-f/ b-f

1 victory: heat b-e

Bard Verkroost

David Beckmann

(FA KART/TM - MONTFOORT MOTORSPORT)

(TONY KART/PARILLA - ROBIN BECKMANN)

2 victories: heats b-c / c-f 1 best lap: heat b-c

1 victory: heat c-e

The following drove one best lap or more:

Julius Lasse

Isac Valtonen

(ENERGY/TM - TK RACING)

(KOSMIC/VORTER - WARD RACING)

Ulysse De Pauw

Max Fewtrell

Anton Haaga

(FA KART/VORTEX - RICKY FLYNN MOTORSPORT)

(KOSMIC/LKE - GRT KARTING TEAM)

(KOSMIC/PARILLA - VDK RACING)

Prefinal

Final heat a-c

heats b-e / a-e

heats c-e-/c-f

heat d-e


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KF ROUND 3 - REPORT

The KF contended its 3rd round in Genk, Belgium, in mid-June. The weekend was intense all the way to the final, where several drivers took turns at the lead. In the end the winner was Nicklas Nielsen, who is now also leading the championship. The final started with a mad battle for the top positions. Nielsen (Kosmic/Vortex) took off first, with Callum Ilott (Zanardi/Parilla) and Lando Norris (FA Kart/Vortex) in tow. Ilott quickly caught up and snatched the lead, but the Dane immediately replied and took back control. Norris took advantage of Nielsen’s move and got right behind him, to then overtake shortly after and leave Nielsen in second place, hounded by Ilott and Kosmic teammate Joyner. At lap 7, Ilott finally decided to stop waiting behind Nielsen and go after race leader Norris: he succeeded at the pass and leaped into second place, relegating Nielsen to third. Yet, instead of this breathtaking move, it was a misfortunate turn of events later in the race that ended up defining the final outcome. On lap 15 Norris suddenly broke down and was forced to withdraw. As he came to a halt, his followers had to steer forcefully across the track to

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avoid him, so those who came up from behind ran into a nasty patch of tire rubber. Result? Ilott was the first to hit the muck and when he put the pedal to the metal to get away, he had no grip. Nielsen took advantage of the situation, getting back in the lead and charge towards victory. Ilott and Joyner closed right behind him. In short, then, the race ended as it started, at least for the top 3. Fourth behind the podium finishers, in fact, there is a surprising Alessio Lorandi (Tony Kart/Parilla), who worked all race long to overcome 14 rivals, the last of which was Martijn Van Leeuwen (Zanardi/Parilla), who had to make do with 5th place. Behind the top 5 there are Julien Darras (ART GP/TM ), 6th at the end of a breathtaking climb for 20th on grid, Gabriel Aubry (Tony Kart/Vortex), who also drove the best lap of the race, and Jehan Daruvala (FA Kart/Vortex), who places 8th after rising past 12 rivals. Instead, things went the opposite way for Italian driver Felice Tiene (CRG/Parilla), who lost his chances to earn championship points due to an unavoidable clash that relegated him in 25th place. With such a hotly competitive field, things are down to the wire in this final round on the PFI circuit.


Gabriel Aubry (Tony Kart/Vortex - Tony Kart Racing Team)

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Martijn Van Leeuwen (Zanardi/Parilla - Keijzer Racing)

Julien Darras (Art GP/TM - Art Grand Prix srl)

KF RESULTS: PREFINAL & FINAL KF - PREFINAL P. N° Name 1 103

Nielsen, Nicklas

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Time

Kosmic / Vortex

Zanardi / Parilla FA Kart / 3 120 Norris, Lando Vortex Lundqvist, Tony Kart / 4 130 Linus Vortex Janker, Zanardi / 5 163 Hannes Parilla Zanardi / 6 119 Joyner, Tom Parilla Mazepin, Tony Kart / 7 133 Nikita Vortex CRG / 8 104 Tiene, Felice Parilla Van Leeuwen, Zanardi / 9 121 Martijn Parilla Hodgson, Kosmic / 10 167 Oliver TM 2 106 Ilott, Callum

Alessio Lorandi (Tony Kart/Parilla - Baby Race srl)

Material

KF - FINAL P. N° Name 1 103

Nielsen, Nicklas

0,289

2 106 Ilott, Callum

0,402

3 119 Joyner, Tom

1,772

Lorandi, 4 132 Alessio Van Leeuwen, 5 121 Martijn

2,968 9,564

6 117 Darras, Julien

10,483

7 127 Aubry, Gabriel

10,543

8 123

11,279

9 109 Norris, Olivier

11,618

10 163

11 Rossel; 12 Cristofaro; 13 Hiltbrand; 14 Gonzales; 15 Besancenez; 16 Hall; 17 Tujula; 18 Lorandi; 19 Daruvala; 20 Darras; 21 Sitnikov; 22 Dabski; 23 Shlom; 24 Lundgaard; 25 Aubry: 26 Marcu; 27 Martynyuk; 28 Potty; 29 Troickiy; 30 Kari; 31 Basz; 32 Xia; 33 Norris; 34 Okada

Daruvala, Jehan Janker, Hannes

Material Kosmic / Vortex Zanardi / Parilla Zanardi / Parilla Tony Kart / Parilla Zanardi / Parilla ART GP / TM Tony Kart / Vortex FA Kart / Vortex FA Kart / Vortex Zanardi / Parilla

Time -

0,224 1,624 3,654 3,960 4,543 5,144 5,731 8,480 9,181

11 Hiltbrand; 12 Besancenez; 13 Hodgson; 14 Cristofaro; 15 Marcu; 16 Dabski; 17 Tujula; 18 Troickiy; 19 Basz; 20 Mazepin; 21 Martynyuk; 22 Xia; 23 Potty; 24 Gonzales; 25 Tiene; 26 Lundqvist; 27 Kari; 28 Okada; 29 Norris; 30 Lundgaard; 31 Shlom; 32 Sitnikov; 33 Hall NC Rossel

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS: 1 Nielsen p.76; 2 Ilott p.67; 3 Joyner p.53; 4 Norris p.53; 5 Kari p.48; 6 Lorandi p.37; 7 Tiene p.37; 8 Hiltbrand p.29; 9 Van Leeuwen p.25; 10 Basz p.18. Everyone with Dunlop tires

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KFJ ROUND 2 - REPORT

In round 3 of the KFJ title hunt in Kristianstad, Sweden, Lorenzo Travisanutto (PCR/TM) took the win with an incredible battle. The Italian immediately leaped into the lead from 3rd on grid, but shortly after hit a rubber patch, swerved, and slipped down to 6th. The surprising move into the vacant lead came from “local” driver Christian Lundgaard (Tony Kart/Vortex). The Dane did a great job of commanding the field until the last lap, when he succumbed precisely to Travisanutto, who had charged his way back up. At the end of the weekend, Lundgaard also had to relinquish the second step of the podium, as commissioners penalized him (10 seconds) and pushed him down to 16th for having cut across the track in the final beats of the race. The second step of the podium was inherited by Bard Verkroost (FA Kart/ TM), the other great surprise of the final. The Dutch driver was 15th on grid and battled his way fiercely into the top 3, engaging in an especially aggressive duel with Mick Junior (Tony Kart/Vortex) at the end of the race when the podium was in site. The German had authored just as fierce of a race and had already put 20 rivals behind him when he attacked Verkroost and had to

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contend with his fury. In the end, Mick Junior closed 4th behind Verkroost, but thanks to Lundgaard, got to rise on the podium with him, earning the points he needed to become a title contender one round from the end. As new names made it on top, major championship names settled behind. Daniel Ticktum (Zanardi/Parilla) decided to play it safe, making do with 5th place. Prefinal winner Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart/Parilla), instead, was aiming for victory, but on lap 8 he slipped from 2nd to 8th and in the end was just 6th - only 2 spots ahead of wild card Julius Lassen (Energy/TM), who charged from 30th to 8th, scoring the best lap of the race (53.013). Championship leader Enaam Ahmed (FA Kart/Vortex) did even worse: just 11th, barely enough to retain the lead. His teammate Logan Sargeant closed 13th and if he managed to move up to 5th in the title hunt, it was mostly because Anton Haaga (Kosmic/LKE) was eliminated (in the prefinal). A weekend to forget also for Devlin Defrancesco, 3rd for the crown going into the final and here out after 7 laps with 0 points, and Juan Correa, pole-man and winner in the heats on Saturday, then only 9th and 18th on Sunday.


Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart/Parilla - Baby Race srl)

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Max Fewtrell (FA Kart/Vortex - Ricky Flynn Motorsport)

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Daniel Ticktum (Zanardi/Parilla - Zanardi Strakka Racing)

Mick Junior (Tony Kart/Vortex - Tony Kart Racing Team)

KFJ RESULTS: PREFINALS & FINAL KFJ - PREFINAL 1

P. N° Name

Material

Time

KFJ - FINAL

Material

Lorandi, Leonardo Travisanutto, 2 213 Lorenzo Lundgaard, 3 268 Christian Vartanyan, 4 211 Alexander

Tony Kart / Parilla

PCR / TM

0,954

2 217 Martin, Ross

Tony Kart / TM

0,050

2 267 Verkroost, Bard

FA Kart / TM

2,087

Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex

2,565

3 204 Sargeant, Logan FA Kart / Vortex

0,394

3 212 Junior, Mick

Tony Kart / Vortex

2,494

3,087

4 218 Fewtrell, Max

FA Kart / Vortex

1,420

4 218 Fewtrell, Max

FA Kart / Vortex

2,784

5 241 Correa, Juan

Energy / TM

4,070

5 239 Petrov, Artem

2,788

Tony Kart / Parilla

4,745

6 223

7 249 Pankiewicz, Julia Tony Kart / LKE

5,327

8 267 Verkroost, Bard

FA Kart / TM

1 206

Time

KFJ - PREFINAL 2

P. N° Name

1 201 Ticktum, Daniel Zanardi / Parilla

P. N° Name 1 213

Travisanutto, Lorenzo

Material

Time

PCR / TM

DR / TM

1,858

5 201 Ticktum, Daniel Zanardi / Parilla

Tony Kart / Vortex

3,083

6 206

7 272 Milell, Noah

Exprit / Vortex

3,141

7 249 Pankiewicz, Julia Tony Kart / LKE

5,957

8 294 Nielsen, Jonas

Kosmic / Vortex

4,056

8 200 Lassen, Julius

Energy / TM

4,221

9 240 Baciuska, Rokas Energy / TM

6,029

9 261

Energy / TM

4,164

9 228 Martono, Presley

Tony Kart / Parilla

5,825

10 215 Krencisz, Jan

6,551

10 290 Vips, Juri

Energy / TM

4,418

10 238

CRG / TM

7,545

6 216

Beckmann, David

Kosmic / Vortex

11 Smith; 12 Junior; 13 Ahmed; 14 Martono; 15 Garcia Lopez; 16 Blomqvist; 17 Martinez Merono; 18 Alesi; 19 Novalak; 20 Pasma; 21 Roosens; 22 Scherer; 23 Ohlin; 24 Drugovich Roncato; 25 Ljungdahl; 26 Sario; 27 Nerman; 28 Colombo; 29 Ferreira; 30 Legeret; 31 Brozzoni Laliberté; 32 Poulsen; 33 Haaga; 34 Persson

Defrancesco, Devlin

Roes Andersen, Casper

11 Floersch; 12 Fernandez Wahbeh; 13 Martinsson; 14 Yeu Yang; 15 Lassen; 16 Smorodinov; 17 Tillett; 18 Jern; 19 Svensson; 20 Viscaal; 21 Pull; 22 Slutskiy; 23 Lappalainen; 24 Lindh; 25 Travnikov; 26 Tonteri; 27 Lessennes; 28 Nyberg; 29 Milesi; 30 Valtonen; 31 Astrand; 32 Rosenback; 33 De Pauw; NC Azedo Sousa

Lorandi, Leonardo

Martinez Merono, Eliseo

Tony Kart / Parilla

2,925 3,144

11 Ahmed; 12 Petrov; 13 Sargeant; 14 Smith; 15 Martin; 16 Lundgaard; 17 Milell; 18 Correa; 19 Vartanyan; 20 Yeu Yang; 21 Fernandez Wahbeh; 22 Krencisz; 23 Garcia Lopez; 24 Tillett; 25 Nielsen; 26 Smorodinov; 27 Blomqvist; 28 Roes Andersen; 29 Baciuska; 30 Martinsson; 31 Defrancesco; 32 Beckmann; 33 Vips; NC Floersch

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS: 1 Ahmed p.53; 2 Ticktum p.48; 3 Defrancesco p.46; 4 Junior p.43; 5 Sargeant p.42; 6 Haaga p.40; 7 Travisanutto p.29; 8 Verkroost p.28; 9 Petrov p.26; 10 Beckmann p.26. Everyone with Vega tires

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GALLERY

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After sharing track time for the first and second round of the European title hunt (in Italy and Spain), the two non-shifter classes went separate ways for their third round: Belgium for the KF in mid-June and Sweden for the KFJ in late July. Two different scenarios, but with the same key ingredients: entertainment, high speed, heated competition, and burning passion - all the elements of great international race events


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KF ROUND BEFORE THE 2 REPORT LAST ACT: KF & This is the closing act of the CIK-FIA European Championship for the KF and KFJ, but in both classes the title hunt is far from closed for two reasons. The first is that there are still 35 points available, quite a lot - especially with many drivers in contention for victory. The second reason is tied to an important rule that defines the European Championship this year: as always, the title will go to the driver with the most points at the end, but the count will be done after everyone discards his worst heat result and his worst final result. Trying to predict the ultimate winner, or even just trying to determine who has more chances on the eve of this final round, is thus virtually impossible. Anything, really, can still happen. We’ll have to wait to “subtract” the discarded results, before adding it all up. One thing is sure, the winner will be the fastest, steadiest, and most skilled - in short, the best.

Nielsen N.

Ilott C.

Joyner T.

Norris L.

Kari N.

Lorandi A.

Tiene F.

Hiltbrand P. Van Leeuwen Basz K.

90

80 76 Nielsen Nicklas 70 67 Ilott Callum 60 53 Joyner Tom Norris Lando

50

48 Kari Niko

40

37 Lorandi Alessio Tiene Felice

30

29 Hiltbrand Pedro 25 Van Leeuwen Martijn

20 18 Basz Karol 10

0 Round 1 HEAT

10

Round 1 FINAL

Round 2 HEAT

Round 2 FINAL

Round 3 HEAT

Round 3 FINAL


KFJ DISCARD THEIR WORST Ahmed E.

Ticktum D. Defrancesco D. Junior M.

Sargeant L. Haaga A.

Travisanutto L. Verkroost B. Petrov A.

Beckmann D.

60 53 Ahmed Enaam 50

48 Ticktum Daniel 46 Defrancesco Devlin 43 Junior Mick 42 Sargeant Logan 40 Haaga Anton

40

29 Travisanutto Lorenzo 28 Verkroost Bard 26 Petrov Artem Beckmann David

30

20

10

0 Round 1 HEAT

Round 1 FINAL

NEW POINT SYSTEM

Round 2 HEAT

Round 2 FINAL

Round 3 HEAT

Round 3 FINAL

The “hot” phases worth points towards the 2014 Championship are the HEATS and the FINAL. Points will be assigned to the TOP 10 of the combined Intermediate Standings (established after the Heats) and the TOP 15 finishers of the Final.

INTERMEDIATE STANDINGS 1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

10th

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

10th

10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 FINAL 1st

11th

12th

13th

14th

15th

25 20 16 13 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01

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KZ & KZ2 EUROPEAN CHAMPS: The KF and KFJ still have this English round to contend in the European title quest, but shifter categories have already wrapped up their championship electing its two continental kings. Here we pay homage to Rick Dreezen, 2014 European KZ Champion with Zanardi Strakka Racing

Rick Dreezen, 2014 CIK-FIA European KZ Champion. The Belgian tops the final championship standings and claims the title, without ever rising to the first step of the podium in any of the three rounds, proving that continuity of performance pays off. Born in Genk on 1st August 1990, Dreezen drives for the Zanardi Strakka Racing Team. He joined the team at the beginning of the season and the fact that he secured a title victory the first chance he got is a major achievement. His championship results include two 2nd place finishes - one on his “home turf” in Genk and the other in Wackersdorf, Germany - and 3rd place in the decisive final round in Sweden. His comment before the closing round was: “for me it is already a success to be mathematically in the top 3 of the KZ European Championship. If at the start of the season they had told me ‘sign here to get in the top 3’, I would’ve signed immediately. Now I even have the opportunity to aim for the title and I am not going to let it go”. Prophetic words, in hindsight, from a “normal” and humble kid who loves tennis, video-games and today is the European Champion in the top class of international karting. In 2008 he closed the KZ Championship in 2nd place... he’s come a long way!

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: RICK DREEZEN & ANDREA DALÈ This page is dedicated to the other title winner, Andrea Dalè. The Italian is a “private” driver and runs with CRG equipment. He has been in the international scene for a while, but nobody expected him to claim the European crown. Today, he is the new European KZ2 Champion.

Andrea Dalè’s KZ2 title victory was a hard-earned climb to the top. If it hadn’t been for the mishaps that compromised his direct rivals’ chances, his performance in Kristianstad might not have been enough to reach the summit. The Italian ruled the first round in Belgium, winner of all the heats, triumphant in the prefinal, and first at the finish-line of the final with a respectable gap. This is how he had commented his achievement: “A perfect weekend, I hope to keep it up. Being up there as a private driver ahead of factory officials is double the satisfaction. Let’s see what happens now.” What happened after this was a not so thrilling performance in Wackersdorf: the fact that it was raining didn’t help and Dalè left the German track without any points. The championship outcome was wide open and it all came down to the Swedish weekend. Here time and luck turned in Dalè’s favor: here rivals trip and fall and closing fifth is enough for him to become European KZ2 Champion, the best result of his career so far. Andrea Dalè was born in 1987, on July 11th, and besides being a talented kart driver, also has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Università degli Studi di Brescia (2011). Smart, determined, talented... he is bound to go far in life.

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ENTRY LIST - KFJ KFJ - Everyone with VEGA tires No

Driver

Nat.

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

Ticktum Daniel Ahmed Enaam Raucci Giuliano Yazbek Sargeant Logan Azedo Sousa Yohan Lorandi Leonardo Floersch Sophia Bollier Jules Lessennes Benjamin Garcia Lopez Marta Vartanyan Alexander Mick Junior Travisanutto Lorenzo Baiz Mauricio Krencisz Jan Beckmann David Martin Ross Fewtrell Max Pull James Tillett Archie Moreira LalibertĂŠ Kami Smith Joshua Francis Defrancesco Devlin Alesi Giuliano Colombo Lorenzo Drugovich R. Felipe Maini Kush Martono Presley Mazrul H. A. Haikal Ye Yifei Pasma Patrik Tonteri Paavo Alex Lappalainen Konsta Tashkalov Damir Zotov Gleb Konstantinos Martinez Merono Eliseo Petrov Artem Baciuska Rokas Correa Juan Brozzoni Alessandro Naiker Kashen Viscaal Bent Legeret Lucas Scherer Fabio Gheno Jacopo Lloveras Brunet Xavier

GBR GBR BRA USA PRT ITA DEU FRA BEL ESP RUS DEU ITA VEN POL DEU GBR GBR SGP GBR CAN GBR USA FRA ITA BRA IND IDN MYS CHN FIN FIN ITA FIN RUS RUS GRC ESP RUS LTU USA FRA ZAF NLD CHE CHE ITA ESP

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Entrant

Zanardi Strakka Racing Ricky Flynn Motorsport Gandolfi Ennio Racing Ricky Flynn Motorsport De Oliveira Sousa Cristovao Baby Race S.r.l. Emilia Kart S.r.l. Bollier Romain VDK Racing Zanardi Strakka Racing Ward Racing Tony Kart Racing Team Scuderia PCR S.r.l. CRG S.p.A. Kosmic Racing Dept Beckmann, Robin Forza Racing Ricky Flynn Motorsport Tony Kart Racing Team CRG S.p.A. Baby Race S.r.l. ART Grand Prix S.r.l. Morsicani Racing Baby Race S.r.l. Baby Race S.r.l. Kosmic Racing Dept RB Kart Technology SA Baby Race S.r.l. ART Grand Prix S.r.l. ART Grand Prix S.r.l. ART Grand Prix Finland ART Grand Prix Finland Osella Engineering S.r.l. Ward Racing Ward Racing Ward Racing CRG S.p.A. CRG S.p.A. DR S.r.l. Energy Corse Energy Corse Scuderia PCR S.r.l. Zanardi Zanardi Zanardi Strakka Racing Comer Gheno Stefano AVF Junior

Nat.

Equipment

SWE GBR ITA GBR PRT ITA GBR FRA GBR SWE SWE ITA ITA ITA ITA DEU GBR GBR ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA CHE ITA ITA ITA FIN FIN ITA SWE SWE SWE ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA NLD NLD SWE ITA ITA ESP

Zanardi/Parilla FA Kart/Vortex Tony Kart/TM FA Kart/Vortex Zanardi/TM Tony Kart/TM FA Kart/Vortex Kosmic/Parilla Kosmic/Parilla Zanardi/Parilla Tony Kart/Vortex Tony Kart/Vortex PCR/TM CRG/TM Kosmic/Vortex Tony Kart/Parilla Tony Kart/TM FA Kart/Vortex Tony Kart/Vortex CRG/TM Tony Kart/Parilla ART GP/TM Tony Kart/Vortex Tony Kart/Parilla Tony Kart/Parilla Kosmic/Vortex Exprit/Vortex Tony Kart/Parilla ART GP/TM ART GP/TM ART GP/TM ART GP/TM DR/TM Tony Kart/Vortex Tony Kart/Vortex Tony Kart/Vortex CRG/TM CRG/TM DR/TM Energy/TM Energy/TM PCR/TM Zanardi/Parilla Zanardi/Parilla Zanardi/Parilla Top Kart/Parilla Tony Kart/Vortex FA Kart/Vortex


No

Driver

Nat.

249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 494 495 496 497 498 499

Pankiewicz Julia Munoz F. Adrian Santos Gomez Lisard Eriksson Joona Sario Robin Haaga Anton Lenzo Federico Della Coletta Marcel Della Coletta Murilo Lindh Rasmus Podobsky Lukas De Pauw Ulysse Roes Andersen Casper Roosens Kenny Yeu Yang Sun Milesi Charles Fernandez W. Sebastian Bonduel Anthony Verkroost Bard Lundgaard Christian Leuillet Tom Novalak ClĂŠment Van Kalmthout Rinus Milell Noah Al Khalifa, Isa Salman Isa Quinn, Alex Festante, Aldo Magnus, Gilles Sanders, Jordan Sereia, Gabriel Camilo

POL ESP ESP FIN FIN SWE ITA BRA BRA SWE CZE BEL DNK BEL CHN FRA VEN FRA NLD DNK FRA CHE NLD SWE BHR GBR ITA BEL GBR BRA

Entrant

Forza Racing K.C. Vendrell K.C. Vendrell Kohtala Sports Kohtala Sports GRT Karting Team Lenzokart RB Kart Technology SA RB Kart Technology SA Praga Kart Racing Praga Kart Racing VDK Racing TK Racing Roosens Eddy Ricky Flynn Motorsport Pompidou Xavier RB Kart Technology SA Bonduel Racing Montfoort Motorsport Lundgaard Henrik Leuillet Francis Kosmic Racing Dept Keijzer Racing JP Racing Bahrain One Racing CRG SpA Forza Racing Magnus, Patrick Pierssextonracing RB Kart Technology SA

Nat. Equipment

GBR ESP ESP FIN FIN SWE ITA CHE CHE CZE CZE GBR DNK BEL GBR FRA CHE BEL NLD DNK FRA ITA NLD SWE BHR ITA GBR BEL GBR CHE

Tony Kart/LKE Tony Kart/Vortex Tony Kart/Vortex Kosmic/Vortex Kosmic/Vortex Kosmic/LKE Lenzokart/LKE Exprit/LKE Exprit/LKE Praga/Parilla Praga/Parilla Kosmic/Parilla Energy/TM Zanardi/TM FA Kart/Vortex Tony Kart/Parilla Exprit/Vortex ART GP/TM FA Kart/TM Tony Kart/Vortex Birel/TM Kosmic/Vortex Zanardi/Parilla Exprit/Vortex Tony Kart / TM CRG / LKE Tony Kart / LKE Parolin / TM Tony Kart / Parilla Exprit / LKE

15


ENTRY LIST - KF Everyone with DUNLOP 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

Driver

Moilanen Aatu Basz Karol Nielsen Nicklas Tiene Felice Stupenkov Egor Ilott Callum Maestranzi Marco Gonzales Nicolas Norris Oliver Tujula Tuomas Lavelli Kevin Fong Wei Jie Julien Dabski Karol Kim Maxim Hiltbrand Pedro Rossel Kevin Darras Julien Grzyb Michal Joyner Tom Norris Lando Van Leeuwen Martijn Pulcini Leonardo Daruvala Jehan Sitnikov Nikita Sette Camara Sergio

Nat.

FIN POL DNK ITA RUS GBR ITA FRA GBR FIN ITA SGP POL RUS ESP DNK FRA POL GBR GBR NLD ITA GBR RUS BRA Chaimongkol Sasakorn THA Aubry Gabriel FRA Marcu Dionisios ROU Kari Niko FIN Lundqvist Linus SWE Haapalainen Tuomas FIN Lorandi Alessio ITA Mazepin Nikita RUS Durante Cosimo F. ITA Hall Philip SWE Korneev Alexey RUS Skaras Emil SWE Troickiy Nikita RUS Pankiewicz Wiktoria POL

16

Entrant

ART Grand Prix Finland Tony Kart Racing Team Kosmic Racing Dept CRG S.p.A. Forza Racing Zanardi Strakka Racing Comer VDK Racing Ricky Flynn Motorsport ART Grand Prix Finland Comer Kartronix Praga Kart Racing DR S.r.l. CRG S.p.A. Rossel, Kevin ART Grand Prix S.r.l. Grzyb Janusz Zanardi Strakka Racing Ricky Flynn Motorsport Keijzer Racing Energy Corse Ricky Flynn Motorsport Kosmic Racing Dept Morsicani Racing Birel Motorsport Tony Kart Racing Team CRG S.p.A. Ward Racing Ward Racing ART Grand Prix Finland Baby Race S.r.l. Tony Kart Racing Team Kosmic Racing Dept Ward Racing Ward Racing Ward Racing Ward Racing Forza Racing

Nat. Equipment

No

Driver

Nat.

Entrant

FIN ITA ITA ITA ITA SWE ITA GBR GBR FIN ITA GBR CZE ITA ITA DNK ITA POL SWE GBR NLD ITA GBR ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA SWE SWE FIN ITA ITA ITA SWE SWE SWE SWE GBR

140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192

Pym Hannah Shlom Yan Leon M채ntyl채 Ville Puhakka Juuso Semi Valtteri Klar David Okada Takuya Al-Khalifa I. Abdulla Cristofaro Nick Cucco Stefano Von Schedvin Lina Gomez Sidney Dante Zackary Horn Moritz Martynyuk Maxim Besancenez Paolo Xia Yifan Kjaergaard Nicolai Thorsen Kristian Van Der Watt Julian Heinonen Johannes Gadois Alexandre Volkov Evgeniy Janker Hannes Zhou Guan Yu Marino Sato Potty Maxime Hodgson Oliver Lundgaard Daniel Frankowski Krzysztof Hanley, Ben Issa Thomas Peltola, Olli Newey, Harrison Norris, John Price, Josh Stowell, Will Stura, Alessandro Litchfield, Mark

GBR RUS FIN FIN FIN CZE JPN BHR BHR ITA SWE VEN USA DEU RUS FRA CHN DNK DNK ZAF FIN FRA RUS DEU GBR JPN BEL GBR DNK POL GBR JAM FIN GBR IRL GBR GBR QAT GBR

Forza Racing Forza Racing Kohtala Sports Kohtala Sports Kohtala Sports ART Grand Prix Finland ART Grand Prix S.r.l. Bahrain One Racing Bahrain One Racing Birel Motorsport Birel Motorsport CRG S.p.A. DR S.r.l. Energy Corse MD Motorsport Kartronix Kartronix TK Racing TK Racing Zanardi Zanardi Strakka Racing VDK Racing Team Komarov TB Motorsport Ricky Flynn Motorsport Praga Kart Racing Potty Samuel PF International Karting Lundgaard Henrik FK Racing ART Grand Prix S.r.l. ART Grand Prix S.r.l. ART Grand Prix Finland Mach 1 Motorsport Mach 1 motorsport Pierssextonracing Pierssextonracing Emilia Kart S.r.l. PF International Karting

ART GP/TM Tony Kart/Vortex Kosmic/Vortex CRG/Parilla Tony Kart/TM Zanardi/Parilla Top Kart/TM Kosmic/Parilla FA Kart/Vortex ART GP/TM Top Kart/Parilla Tony Kart/TM Praga/Parilla DR/TM CRG/Parilla Tony Kart/Vortex ART GP/TM Birel/TM Zanardi/Parilla FA Kart/Vortex Zanardi/Parilla Energy/TM FA Kart/Vortex Kosmic/Vortex Tony Kart/Vortex Birel/TM/ Tony Kart/Vortex CRG/Parilla Tony Kart/Vortex Tony Kart/Vortex ART GP/TM Tony Kart/Parilla Tony Kart/Vortex Kosmic/Vortex Tony Kart/Vortex Tony Kart/Vortex Tony Kart/Vortex Tony Kart/Vortex Tony Kart/TM

Nat. Equipment

GBR GBR FIN FIN FIN FIN ITA BHR BHR ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA DEU GBR GBR DNK DNK NLD SWE GBR RUS DEU GBR CZE BEL GBR DNK POL ITA ITA FIN DEU DEU GBR GBR ITA GBR

Tony Kart/TM Tony Kart/TM Kosmic/Vortex Kosmic/Vortex Tony Kart/Vortex ART GP/TM ART GP/TM Tony Kart/TM Tony Kart/TM Birel/TM Birel/TM CRG/Parilla DR/TM Energy/TM Energy/TM Tony Kart/TM Tony Kart/TM Energy/TM Energy/TM Zanardi/Parilla Zanardi/Parilla FA Kart/Parilla Tony Kart/Parilla Zanardi/Parilla FA Kart/Vortex Praga/Parilla Kosmic/Parilla Kosmic/TM Tony Kart/Vortex Birel/TM ART GP/TM ART GP/TM ART GP/TM Mach 1/Parilla Mach 1/TM Tony Kart/Parilla Zanardi/Parilla FA Kart/Vortex Kosmic/TM


T I M E TA B L E

SUN

August 31

SAT

August 30

FRI

August 29

August 28

THUR

WED

August 27

CIK-FIA European Championships - PF (UK) Round 4 KF - KFJ TIME

ACTIVITY

09:00 - 18:00

paddock installation & sporting check

15:00 - 19:00

collection of tyre vouchers & fuel distribution

08:30 - 09:30

trasponder collection & sporting check

08:30 - 09:45

technical checks & collection of tyre vouchers KF

09:20 - 10:15

BRIEFING

19:45 - 11:45

technical checks & collection of tyre vouchers KFJ

11:00 - 12:35

free practice sessions (20 min.) KF - KFJ

14:00 - 15:35

free practice sessions (20 min.) KF - KFJ

15:40 - 17:15

free practice sessions (20 min.) KF - KFJ

17:20 - 18:55

free practice sessions (20 min.) KF - KFJ

08:30 - 12:00

ENGINES START UP / tyres collection - in the Parc Fermè

08:55 - 10:30

free practice sessions (20 min.)

10:35 - 12:10

free practice sessions (20 min.)

13:35 - 15:00

free practice sessions (20 min.)

15:15 - 16:50

free practice sessions (20 min.)

17:05 - 17:58

qualifying practice

08:25 - 09:40

warm-up (15 min.)

09:45 - 11:40

qualifying heats KF (11 laps) - KFJ (8 laps)

11:40 - 13:00

BREAK / ENGINES START UP / HISTORIC KART DEMONSTRATION

13:05 - 15:40 15:45 - 16:15 16:20 - 18:15

qualifying heats KF (11 laps) - KFJ (8 laps) HISTORIC KART DEMONSTRATION qualifying heats KF (11 laps) - KFJ (8 laps)

08:55 - 10:10

warm-up (15 min.)

10:15 - 10:50

second chanche heat KF (11 laps) - KFJ (8 laps)

11:00 - 12:10

DRIVERS PRESENTATION / HISTORIC KART DEMONSTRATION

12:15 - 13:00

prefinal KFJ (11 laps) - KF (15 laps)

13:00 - 14:20 14:25 - 14:35

BREAK / ENGINES START UP / HISTORIC KART DEMONSTRATION final (19 laps) KFJ

15:00

podium KFJ

15:15 - 15:25

final (22 laps) KF

15:55

podium KF

16:25

press conference

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