Page 1


EDITORIAL Charge ahead! This is the imperative mandate of the European Championships that here in Wackersdorf dedicate the stage exclusively to shifter karts. After the Genk premiere, where KZ and KZ2 shared the track with the KF, the two classes will be alone, front and center, in the hunt for the European title. This is going to be a “delicate� match, since it is the second of the three events that will elect the final winner. Alone in the European, but not on track - in fact, the grand spectacle of the KZ and KZ2 will be supported, once more, by the CIK-FIA Academy Trophy, dedicated to the youngest drivers, here at their second round. Offering the little ones a chance to race alongside the big stars of karting is a way to encourage their dream to, one day, join the halls of fame. So, charge ahead! Luca De Donno WSK Promotion President

CONTENTS 02 KZ RD 1 REPORT

10 KZ2 RD 1 REPORT

05 BEST LAP

13 BEST LAP

06 CIRCUITS

14 ENTRY LIST KZ2

07 ACADEMY TROPHY

15 ENTRY LIST KZ & ACADEMY

A replay of the first round for the top class

The fastest of KZ in Genk

The European tour of KZ, KZ2, and Academy

The opening weekend under review

The main players of the debut round

The fastest of the KZ2 in Genk

The competitors on track in Wackersdorf

The competitors on track in Wackersdorf

08 GALLERY

The best of the European show in Belgium

01


KF ROUND 2 KZ 1 REPORT

© Foto FormulaK.com

Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart/Vortex - Tony Kart Racing Team)

The king of the opening round of the KZ European Championship was Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart/Vortex), but it was no walk in the park. On Friday, Arnaud Kozlinski (Intrepid/TM) grabbed pole position. The second best time was set by Jonathan Thonon (Praga/Parilla), who did the fast lap of group 2, and the third fastest was Paolo De Conto (Birel/TM), followed by Jorrit Pex (CRG/TM) and Anthony Abbasse (Sodi/TM). As evidence of how competitive the field is, the gap between the pole man and the Frenchman sitting 5th was of only 0.092. At the end of the day Ardigò (Tony Kart/Vortex) was only 7th overall, behind his teammate Flavio Camponeschi. On Saturday, “Koko” consolidated his leadership, conquering a top-spot start for the prefinal, by winning heat 1 and placing 4th in heat 2. The other front row spot for the start of the prefinal went to a fast-charging Rick Dreezen (Zanardi/Parilla), while Ardigò and Thonon secured a row 2 start, giving everyone the impression that the battle on Sunday would be anything but boring. The heats, instead, spelled bad luck for De Conto and Camponeschi, both forced to withdraw for a break down

02

in one of the two races. Then came Finals Sunday and the tables turned in favor of Ardigò. After an exhilarating battle in the prefinal, the Tony Kart driver was standing first, followed by Thonon, who also scored the best lap, and Kozlinski. The dice had been cast, so to speak. In fact, in the final the Italian completed his great weekend with authority, starting from first place and driving off to an undiscussed victory. For sure he was helped by the fact that the great duel with Jonathan Thonon (Praga/Parilla) did not happen. And the reason is that the Belgian was rear ended and sent off track, right as he was pressing to find an opening for the lead, by “Koko”, who was, in turn, trying to fend off an attack by De Conto. When all was said and done, Thonon had the worst of the whole incident in the short-term, considering he had to restart his engine to get back on track. Yet, things turned much more sour for the other two later in the race. Kozlinksi slipped down past 20th place, then was victim to a “lethal” contact that forced him to withdraw - and to think he had been the man to beat until the prefinal! Instead, De Conto had to leave the race because


Massimo Aceto (Righetti/Parilla - Gold Kart Racing Team)

© cunaphoto.it © Foto FormulaK.com

Paolo De Conto (Birel/TM - Birel Motorsport)

© cunaphoto.it

© cunaphoto.it

Bas Lammers (Formula K/Parilla - Formula K)

© cunaphoto.it

Arnaud Kozlinski (Intrepid/TM - Intrepid Driver Program Srl)

© cunaphoto.it

Rick Dreezen (Zanardi/Parilla - Zanardi Strakka Racing)

Teammates Lennox-Lamb (CRG/Maxter) and De Brabander (CRG/TM)

© Foto FormulaK.com

Jonathan Thonon (Praga/Parilla - Praga Kart Racing)

03


© cunaphoto.it

KZ 1 REPORT KF ROUND 2

his engine failed, right as he was running third on a hardcharging rise from eighth. The final ended with Ardigò as the winner, followed by Dreezen (Zanardi/Parilla), who ran second from start to finish. The third one across the finish was Jordon Lennox-Lamb (CRG/Maxter), who took advantage of De Conto’s withdrawal to complete the podium and give a good ending to an up and down weekend (10th in the qualifyings, 5th after the heats, 8th in the prefinal). Jorrit Pex (CRG/TM) and Ben Hanley (ART GP/TM) rounded off the top 5, also putting a nice ending to a weekend on the rise. The same goes fro the rest of the Top 10: Mirko Torsellini (ART GP/TM), Anthony Abbasse (Sodi/TM), Bas Lammers (Formula K/Parilla), Massimo Aceto (Righetti/ Parilla) and Simo Puhakka (Birel/TM). A final note of mention goes to the “paradox” of Yannick De Brabander (CRG/TM): the last one across the finishline, 1 lap slower than the winner, but author of the best lap of the race. The Belgian didn’t seem to be a local driver on his home turf until he placed the final pounce that had him clock out like no other (53.020).

04

KZ RESULTS : PREFINAL & FINAL KZ - PREFINAL

KZ - FINAL

P. N° Name

Material

Time

P. N° Name

Material

1

1

Ardigò

tony kart/ vortex

-

1

1

Ardigò

tony kart/ vortex

2

3

Thonon

praga/ parilla intrepid/ tm zanardi/ parilla

0.266

2

9

Dreezen

zanardi/ parilla

1.528

3

8

Lennox-Lamb crg/tm

5.133

1.966

4

5

Pex

crg/tm

6.442

art gp/tm

2.344

5 17 Hanley

art gp/ tm

7.747

crg/tm

4.133

6 11 Torsellini

art gp/tm

7 16 De Brabander crg/tm

4.801

7

2

Abbasse

sodi/tm

13.707

4

Lammers

3 20 Kozlinski 4

9

Dreezen

5 17 Hanley 6

8

5

8

Pex

Lennox-Lamb crg/maxter

9 10 Hajek 10 6

De Conto

Time -

2.365

8.371

5.040

8

fk/parilla

16.718

praga/ parilla

5.244

9 36 Aceto

righetti/ parilla

16.791

birel/tm

6.257

10 32 Puhakka

birel/tm

19.686

11 Abbasse; 12 Fore; 13 Iglesias; 14 Negro; 15 11 Cesetti; 12 Roy; 13 Antonsen; 14 Mostajo Ollo; Carlsson; 16 Antonsen; 17 Schmitz; 18 Laurent; 15 Pieruszek; 16 Fore; 17 Prosperi; 18 Greif; 19 19 Torsellini; 20 Kokko; 21 Roy; 22 Greif; 23 Kuovi; 20 Kokko; 21 De Brabander; 22 De Conto; Prosperi; 24 Pieruszek; 25 Mostajo Ollo; 26 23 Laurent; 24 Negro; 25 Oberg; 26 Thonon; 27 Kuovi; 27 Camponeschi; 28 Aceto; 29 Cesetti; Schmitz; 28 Kozlinski; 29 Hajek; 30 Carlsson; 31 30 Lammers; 31 Puhakka; 32 Oberg Iglesias; NC Camponeschi CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS: 1 Ardigò p.33; 2 Dreezen p.29; 3 Lennox-Lamb p.22; 4 Pex p.18; 5 Hanley p.15; 6 Abbasse p.12; 7 Torsellini p.10; 8 Kozlinski p.10; 9 Lammers p.8; 10 Aceto p.7.

Everyone with BRIDGESTONE tires


BEST LAP

© cunaphoto.it

It is true, race events get won or lost on the last lap of the final race. Yet, drivers have to manage a whole weekend to get there. Here we take a look at how the KZ European title contenders did in the opening round at the Genk International Circuit (Genk, Belgium): from the fast runners of the weekend to those who topped the prefinal.

Marco Ardigò

Yannick De Brabander

(TONY KART / VORTEX – TONY KART

1 best lap : final

RACING TEAM)

2 victories : final / prefinal

Arnaud Kozlinski

(CRG/TM – CRG SPA)

Bas Lammers (FORMULA K/PARILLA – FORMULA K)

1 best lap : heat 1

Jonathan Thonon

(INTREPID/TM – INTREPID

(PRAGA/PARILLA – PRAGA KART RACING)

DRIVER PROGRAM SRL)

1 victory : heat 1

1 best lap : prefinal

Rick Dreezen

Patrik Hajek

(ZANARDI/PARILLA – ZANARDI STRAKKA RACING)

(PRAGA/PARILLA – PRAGA KART RACING)

1 victory : heat 2

1 best lap : heat 2

Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart/Vortex - Tony Kart Racing Team)

© Foto FormulaK.com

Ben Hanley (Art GP/TM - Art Grand Prix Srl)

© Foto FormulaK.com

Photo credits: cunaphoto.it, FotoFormulaK.com

05


CIRCUITS Round two of the European Championship for KZ and KZ2. After Belgium, this time the stage is offered by the legendary circuit in Wackersdorf, Germany. From here, shifter karts will move to Sweden for the last leg of the title hunt. The Academy Trophy is joining the German action, but its grand finale will coincide with the World Championship in Sarno in October. PREVIOUS ROUND

GENK - BELGIUM KARTING GENK INTNL. Round 1 - KZ, KZ2, Academy Round 3 - KF June 13 - 15

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

CURRENT ROUND

Track characteristics Length: 1222 m Width: 8.5-10.5 m

WACKERSDORF - GERMANY PRO KART RACELAND Round 2 - KZ, KZ2, Academy July 11 - 13

Pro Kart Raceland Industriestrasse 8, 92442 WACKERSDORF, Germany Tel: +49 9431 755 210 www.prokart-raceland.com

The venue located in southern Germany, close to the border with the Czech Republic, has hosted several editions of the European Championship for KZ classes. The track is a favorite among drivers for its thrilling combination of long straights and sharp corners, which calls for definite talent and perfect technical form.

NEXT ROUND

NEXT ROUND

KRISTIANSTAD - SWEDEN ÅSUM RING

SARNO - ITALY CIRCUITO INTERNAZIONALE DI NAPOLI

Last Round - KZ, KZ2 Round 3 - KFJ July 25 - 27

Track characteristics Length: 1231 m Width: 8.5 m Annedalsvägen 32 291 63 KRISTIANSTAD Sweden Tel: +46 70 630 68 41 www3.idrottonline.se/KristianstadsKK-Bilsport

06

Last Round - ACADEMY CIK-FIA World KZ - International KZ2 October 10 - 12 Track characteristics Length: 1699 m Width: 9 m Via Sarno Palma 84087 SARNO (SA) Italy Tel: +39 081 968 229 www.circuitointernazionalenapoli.com


ACADEMY TROPHY REPORT The CIK-FIA single-brand series has a noble goal: to attract young talents into international karting from a very young age. Based on the Genk debut, it seems the mission will be once again accomplished in 2014.

The 2014 CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy shows a welcome revival of the single-brand/equal-opportunity formula launched in 2010. The appeal of the concept was confirmed by the great success of the opening round: a total of 49 drivers from 29 countries and 4 continents met up in Genk, including some with prior international experience and, more importantly, a great wealth of absolute newcomers to the series from countries that are usually not represented in karting (like South Korea, Iran, Israel and Lebanon). Moving on to the action, Richard Verschoor clocked out with the best time, followed by Ross Martin and

Murilo Della Coletta. Verschoor went on to confirm his leadership in the heats, followed by compatriot Rinus Van Kalmthout and Berkay Besler. Then the tables turned in the prefinal, with Besler winning ahead of Oliver York and Bradley Lienbenberg, and again in the final, where Kakunoshin Ota quickly moved to the front and flew off to win. Van Kalmthout managed to rise back up to 2nd and Martin charged up from 16th to round off the podium. Overall, half of the Top 10 drivers, including the winner, were at their international debut and together they represented 9 different national flags from Asia, Europe and South America. ACADEMY - PREFINAL P.

N째 Name

1

543 Besler, Berkay

2

Time

ACADEMY - FINAL P.

N째 Name

-

1

547 Ota, Kakunoshin

522 York, Oliver

2.102

2

511 Van Kalmthout, Rinus

0.422

3

512 Liebenberg, Bradley

2.514

3

523 Martin, Ross

1.013

4

515 Lloveras Brunet, Xavier

4.372

4

543 Besler, Berkay

3.576

5

547 Ota, Kakunoshin

4.479

5

536 Cao, Zhuo

5.113

6

548 Kogure, Hikaru

4.537

6

549 Minang, Perdana Putra

5.185

7

527 Legeret, Lucas

5.603

7

548 Kogure, Hikaru

5.231

8

511 Van Kalmthout, Rinus

5.729

8

527 Legeret, Lucas

5.233

9

503 Konstantinos, -

6.366

9

518 Della Coletta, Murilo

5.427

10

536 Cao, Zhuo

7.901

10

507 Vromant, Alexandre

6.825

11 Amendola; 12 Minang; 13 Foldesi; 14 Slutskiy; 15 Zupanic; 16 Martin; 17 Schott; 18 Vromant; 19 Bristot; 20 Santos Gomez; 21 Calvi; 22 Zamula; 23 Della Coletta; 24 Pascu; 25 Hesse; 26 Brigatti; 27 Kekarainen; 28 Haflidason Haussler; 29 Garcia Lopez; 30 Beckhusen; 31 Falcato Martins; 32 Slutskiy; 33 Majormoen; 34 Verschoor

Time -

11 Garcia Lopez; 12 Liebenberg; 13 Verschoor; 14 Amendola; 15 Falcato Martins; 16 Konstantinos; 17 Slutskiy; 18 Kekarainen; 19 Foldesi; 20 Hesse; 21 Haflidason Haussler; 22 Beckhusen; 23 Slutskiy; 24 Majormoen; 25 Pascu; 26 Calvi; 27 Bristot; 28 Zamula; 29 Brigatti; 30 Schott; 31 Santos Gomez; 32 Zupanic; 33 York; 34 Lloveras Brunet

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS: 1 Van Kalmthout p.29; 2 Ota p.25; 3 Besler p.21; 4 Martin p.16; 5 Della Coletta p.14; 6 Verschoor p.13; 7 Cao p.11; 8 Kogure p.11; 9 Minang p.10; 10 Liebenberg p.10. Everyone with same material Parolin / FIM / Bridgestone

07


GALLERY

08

© FotoFormulaK.com

© cunaphoto.it

© cunaphoto.it

© cunaphoto.it

The KZ and KZ2 European debut in Belgium met all expectations of serious entertainment and intense competition. The event also kicked off the 2014 Karting Academy Trophy, with a record turn-out that confirmed the international appeal of a program dedicated to the youngest drivers


09

© FotoFormulaK.com

© cunaphoto.it

© FotoFormulaK.com

© cunaphoto.it


© cunaphoto.it

KF ROUND KZ2 ROUND2 1REPORT REPORT

The KZ2 European Championship opened with a surprise start-to-finish domination by “private” driver Andrea Dalè (CRG/Maxter): pole position, 1st in each of his 4 heats, and 1st at the finish-line of both prefinal and final, here with a stunning 5.8 seconds advantage. True, since the start of the season the Italian had already given proof of his skills and, not perchance, a few months ago his name had gravitated towards Energy Corse. Yet, nobody expected him to dominate the first major event of the season! Behind Dalè in the combined standings of the qualifyings there were Marijim Kremers (Birel/TM), the fastest of group 3, and Andreas Sebastian Hansen (Tony Kart/ Vortex), the best of group 2. The fact that Friday’s top 3 were the leaders of the 3 timed practice groups was an immediate sign of the balanced nature of the field. And a balanced field often results in serious “shuffling” in the charts, as happened across the Genk weekend. On Saturday, the one who secured a front row start for the prefinal next to Dalè was Jan Midrla (Birel/TM), already 4th on Friday. Instead, Hansen “only” managed to place 4th behind his Scandinavian conational Douglas

10

Lundberg (Alpha/Parilla) and poor Kremers dropped to 15th. On the other hand, all the other drivers completing the Top 10 were authors of great rebounds from poor qualifying results: the Energy duo of Simas Juodvirsis (with Maxter engine) and Ricardo Romkema (with TM engine) claimed 5th and 6th, on the rise from 14th and 13th respectively; Italian Matteo Zanchi (GP/TM) and Guust Specken (Intrepid/TM) claimed row 4, climbing from 17th and 15th; Simone Brenna (TB Kart/Modena Engines) rose from 23rd to 9th and Finn Kooijman (CRG/ TM) went from 20th to 10th. The absolute biggest climb was by Menno Paauwe (Birel/TM): up 20 spots and 13th going into Sunday. The prefinals confirmed the same names up front, except for two surprising “seat” changes. The Top 5 list on Sunday morning was Dalè, Midrla, Lundberg, Hannsen and Juodvirsis. After both of the prefinals were accounted for, the charts had Dalè and Midrla still sitting 1-2, Hanssen steady in 4th, and Lundberg down to 5th, losing “his” 3rd place to an amazing Kremers, who managed to push his Birel kart up 12 spots by taking a phenomenal second place finish in his prefinal (PF1).


Kristijan Habulin (TB Kart/Modena Engines - TB Kart Srl)

Foto FormulaK.com ©©cunaphoto.it

Joel Johansson (Righetti/Parilla - Gold Kart Racing Team)

© cunaphoto.it

© Foto FormulaK.com Fabian Federer (CRG/Maxter - CRG Spa)

© cunaphoto.it

Pawe Myszkier (Alpha/TM - CPB Sport)

© cunaphoto.it

Simas Juodvirsis (Energy/Maxter - Energy Corse)

© cunaphoto.it

Sebastian Andreas Hannsen (Tony Kart/Vortex - Tony Kart Racing Team)

11


Juodvirsis, instead, dropped to 29th (he closed his prefinal in 15th place, due to a clash with Lundberg). Like the former European champion, other big names also got filtered out in the prefinals, including Matteo Zanchi, Gary Carlton, and Luca Corberi (who had already dropped from 6th to 21st in the heats). The tables turned once more at start of the final, except for Dalè who flew off undisturbed. Midrla failed to get off grid and slid to the rear and towards the end of lap one Ryan Van Der Burgt (DR/TM) and Kremers also went out. While havoc ensued, Lundberg managed to rise up to second and keep Dalè in view. Then at lap 11 he started to slide back, while the trio of Finn Koijman (CRG/TM), Hansen (Tony Kart/Vortex) and Fabian Federer (CRG/Maxter) worked their way up. At the finish Hansen and Federer claimed 2nd and 3rd. A closing mention also goes to Energy official Juodvirsis, who made up for a weekend that seemed compromised beyond repair: in the final he does the race of his life, checking off 24 rivals and claiming a 5th place across the finish-line that tasted (almost) as sweet as victory. Jan Midrla (Birel/TM - Birel Motorsport)

12

© cunaphoto.it

© cunaphoto.it

KF ROUND KZ2 ROUND2 1REPORT REPORT


BEST LAP It is true, race events get won or lost on the last lap of the final race. Yet, drivers have to manage a whole weekend to get there. Here we take a look at how the KZ2 European title contenders did in the opening round at the Genk International Circuit (Genk, Belgium): from the fast runners of the weekend to those who topped the prefinal.

ANDREA DALÈ

Pawe Myszkier (ALPHA/TM – CPB SPORT)

(CRG/MAXTER –ANDREA DALÈ)

1 best lap : prefinal 1

6 victories : final, prefinal, heats a-e / a-b / a-c / a-d

Gary Carlont

5 best laps : final, heats a-e / a-b / a-c / a-d

(TB KART/MODENA ENGINES – TBKART SRL)

1 best lap : prefinal 2

Jan Midrla

Fabian Federer

(BIREL/TM – BIREL MOTORSPORT)

(CRG/MAXTER - CRG SPA)

4 victories : prefinal 2, heats c-d / b-d / d-e

1 best lap : heats b-d

Douglas Lundberg

Simas Juodvirsis

(ALPHA/PARILLA -CPB SPORT)

(ENERGY/MAXTER – ENERGY CORSE)

2 victories : heats c-e / b-e 2 best laps: heats c-e / d-e

1 best lap : heat b-d

Andreas Sebastian Hansen

Joel Johansson

(TONY KART/VORTEX – TONY KART RACING TEAM)

(RIGHETTI/PARILLA – GOLD KART RACING TEAM)

1 victory : heat b-c 1 best lap : heat b-c

1 best lap : heat c-d

Photo credits: cunaphoto.it, FotoFormulaK.com

KZ2 RESULTS : PREFINALS & FINAL KZ2 - PREFINAL 1 P.

Name

Material

1

369

Dalè

crg/maxter

2

314

Kremers

3

304

Lundberg

4

307

Habulin

5

309

Brenna

6

301

Johansson

7

302

Zanchetta

8

362

9 10

Time

KZ2 - PREFINAL 2 P.

Name

Material

-

1

305

Midrla

birel/m

birel/tm

4.278

2

350

Hansen

4.659

3

322

5.202

4

312

5.608

5

6.273

Müller

alpha / parilla tb kart/ modena. tb kart/ modena righetti / parilla maranello/ tm dr/ modena

376

Myszkier

353

Webster

Time

KZ2 - FINAL P.

Name

Material

-

1

369

Dalè

crg/maxter

tony kart/ vortex

0.386

2

350

Hansen

tony kart/ vortex

5.866

Van Der Burgt

dr/tm

0.746

3

331

Federer

crg/maxter

6.201

Kooijman

crg/tm

0.957

4

312

Kooijman

crg/tm

7.558

331

Federer

crg/maxter

1.139

5

323

Juodvirsis

6

311

Piccini

tony kart/ vortex

1.601

6

304

Lundberg

7.226

7

345

Di Martino

energy/tm

2.130

7

301

Johansson

9.016

8

324

Siebecke

crg/ modena

2.310

8

309

Brenna

energy/ maxter alpha / parilla righetti/ parilla tb kart/ modena.

alpha/tm

9.665

9

333

Davies

dr/tm

3.018

9

333

Davies

dr/tm

11.291

art gp/tm

10.749

10

303

Schmidt

energy/ vortex

3.995

10

324

Siebecke

crg/ modena

11.770

11 Delre; 12 Norris; 13 Paauwe; 14 Rhyn; 15 Juodvirsis; 16 Rismyhr; 17 Huber; 18 Maingre; 19 Backman; 20 Törnqvist; 21 Van Der Kaaij; 22 Nilsson; 23 Slavin; 24 Borsholt Sorensen; 25 Bonsaudo: 26 Karpov; 27 Doubek; 28 Di Silvestre; 29 Buran; 30 Zanchi; 31 Vogel; 32 Corberi; 33 Vigano; NC Charles

11 Romkema; 12 Pex; 13 Törnqvist; 14 Bizalion; 15 Poulsen; 16 Cresson; 17 Bray; 18 Bonduel; 19 Van Moorsel; 20 Wolf; 21 Panfilov; 22 Costantini; 23 Claes; 24 Isaakyan; 25 Wernersson: 26 Specken; 27 Chehin; 28 Paskevicius; 29 Diesel; 30 Pescador; 31 Carlton; 32 Formal; 33 Hartmann; 34 Glenister

Time -

8.070 10.107 10.618 11.044

11 Myszkier; 12 Norris; 13 Di Martino; 14 Schmidt; 15 Bray; 16 Piccini; 17 Delre; 18 Bizalion; 19 Pex; 20 Midrla; 21 Cresson; 22 Webster; 23 Romkema; 24 Huber; 25 Poulsen: 26 Zanchetta; 27 Rhyn; 28 Törnqvist; 29 Habulin; 30 Müller; 31 Kremers; 32 Paauwe; 33 Rismyhr; 34 Van Der Burgt

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS:

1 Dalè p.35; 2 Hansen p.27; 3 Lundberg p.18; 4 Juodvirsis p.17; 5 Federer p.16; 6 Kooijman p.14; 7 Brenna p.10; 8 Johansson p.9; 9 Midrla p.9; 10 Davies p.7. Everyone with BRIDGESTONE tires

13


ENTRY LIST - KZ2 The entry list of the KZ2 is the “longest”. Once again, the second round of the European title hunt confirms the wide appeal of the category worldwide, with a stunning number of participants from an equally remarkable range of countries Everyone with Bridgestone tires

No 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 342 343 344 345 346 347 349 350 351

Driver Johansson J. Zanchetta Marco Schmidt Dominik Lundberg Douglas Midrla Jan Pex Stan Habulin Kristijan Specken Guust Brenna Simone Paauwe Menno Piccini Alessio Kooijman Finn Kremers Marijn Norris John Charles Kenny Törnqvist Morgan Idzkowski Bartosz Pescador Jorge Carlos Savona Federico Bray Daniel Van Der Burgt Ryan Juodvirsis Simas Siebecke Maik Romkema Ricardo Van Moorsel Jordi Maatougui Adam Chehin Eline Törnqvist P. Benjamin Wernersson Jesper Federer Fabian Formal Daniel Davies Dylan Di Silvestre Moreno Rismyhr Finn Erik Hartmann M. Michael Huber Manuel Zanchi Matteo Bottiroli Antoine Pedersen Nicolai Bizalion Charly Bonsaudo Louis Maingre Thomas Di Martino Michele Wolf Tony Pukhov Nikita Poulsen Lasse Hansen A. Sebastian Backman Andreas

14

Nat. SWE ITA DEU SWE CZE NLD HRV NLD ITA NLD ITA NLD NLD IRL BEL SWE POL ESP ITA NZL NLD LTU DEU NLD NLD FRA NLD SWE SWE ITA CRI NLD ITA NOR DEU DEU ITA FRA DNK FRA FRA FRA DEU DEU RUS DNK DNK SWE

Entrant Gold Kart Racing Team Gerber Team Corse Energy Corse CPB Sport Birel Motorsport CRG Holland TBkart Srl Specken M TBkart Srl Birel Motorsport Tony Kart Racing Team CRG Holland AVG Racing Mach 1 Motorsport VDK Racing CRG Holland DTK Racing Team Poland Praga Kart Racing Comer GP Racing DR Srl Energy Corse SRP Racing Team Energy Corse AVG Racing Maatougui Adam CRG Holland CRG Holland CRG Holland CRG SpA CRG SpA DR Srl DR Srl DR Srl DR Germany DR Germany GP Racing GP Racing Andersen J. Frode CPB Sport CPB Sport CPB Sport Energy Germany Energy Germany Energy Corse Zanardi Strakka Racing Tony Kart Racing Team Kosmic Racing Dept

Nat. LTU ITA ITA FRA ITA NLD ITA NLD ITA ITA ITA NLD NLD DEU GBR NLD POL CZE ITA ITA ITA ITA DEU ITA NLD FRA NLD NLD NLD ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA DEU DEU ITA ITA DNK FRA FRA FRA DEU DEU ITA SWE ITA ITA

Equipment Righetti / Parilla Maranello / TM Energy / Vortex Alpha / Parilla Birel / TM CRG / TM TB Kart/ Modena Eng. Intrepid / TM TB Kart/ Modena Eng. Birel / TM Tony Kart / Vortex CRG / TM Birel / TM Mach 1 / TM Kosmic/Vortex CRG / Parilla CRG / Maxter Praga / Parilla Top Kart / Parilla GP / TM DR / TM Energy / Maxter CRG / Modena Eng. Energy / TM Birel / TM Energy / TM CRG / TM CRG / Parilla CRG / Parilla CRG / Maxter CRG / Maxter DR / TM DR/TM DR / TM DR / TM DR / TM GP / TM GP / TM GP / TM Alpha / TM Alpha / TM Alpha / TM Energy / TM Energy / TM Energy / TM Zanardi / TM Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex

No 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416

Driver Doubek Martin Webster Sam Panfilov Leonid Carlton Gary Slavin Shaun Calvi, Melissa Kallasmaa, Kaspar Karpov, Kirill Nilsson, Brandon Isaakyan, Nerses Müller, Marcel Backman Andreas Doubek Martin Webster Sam Panfilov Leonid Carlton Gary Slavin Shaun Calvi, Melissa Kallasmaa, Kaspar Karpov, Kirill Nilsson, Brandon Isaakyan, Nerses Müller, Marcel Camplese, Lorenzo Mandozzi, G. Alberto Lauritsen, Stefan S. Rhyn, Rudolf Diesel, Felix Delre, Thierry Dalè, Andrea Cresson, Yohann Corberi, Luca Vigano, Matteo Borsholt S., Jakob Bonduel, Amaury Nieminen, Jesse Myszkier, Pawe Paskevicius, Paulius Javurek, Dominik Jilek, Michal Simon, Karel Reitmeier, Tomas Hiltbrand, Pedro Dlougy, Dmitry Forrer, Marco Parkins, Nathan

Nat. CZE GBR RUS USA GBR LUX EST RUS SWE RUS AUT SWE CZE GBR RUS USA GBR LUX EST RUS SWE RUS AUT ITA ITA DNK CHE AUT BEL ITA FRA ITA ITA DNK FRA FIN POL LTU CZE CZE CZE CZE SPA RUS CHE SAF

Entrant ART Grand Prix Srl ART Grand Prix Srl Team Panfilov TBkart Srl Slavin Shaun Putmans, Catherine Prorex Racing Praga Kart Racing Brandon Racing Neva Ring Müller, Marcel Kosmic Racing Dept ART Grand Prix Srl ART Grand Prix Srl Team Panfilov TBkart Srl Slavin Shaun Putmans, Catherine Prorex Racing Praga Kart Racing Brandon Racing Neva Ring Müller, Marcel Maranello Kart Intrepid Driver Program HK Motorsport Gerber Team Corse Diesel, Felix Delre, Thierry Dalè, Andrea Cresson, Yohann Corberi, Marco Comer Borsholt S., Jakob Bonduel Racing AVG Racing CPB Sport Paske Racing Team Joka Kart Team Joka Kart Team Kart CZ V ACCR Kart CZ V ACCR CRG Spa Dlougy, Dmitry Mach 1 Motorsport Zanardi

Nat. ITA ITA RUS ITA GBR LUX EST CZE SWE RUS AUT ITA ITA ITA RUS ITA GBR LUX EST CZE SWE RUS AUT ITA ITA DNK CHE AUT BEL ITA FRA ITA ITA DNK BEL NLD FRA LTU CZE CZE CZE CZE ITA RUS DEU NLD

Equipment ART GP / TM ART GP / TM Maranello / TM TB Kart / Modena Eng. TB Kart/Modena Eng. CRG / TM TB Kart/Modena Eng. Praga / Parilla Birel / Vortex Parolin / TM DR / Modena Eng. Kosmic / Vortex ART GP / TM ART GP / TM Maranello / TM TB Kart / Modena Eng. TB Kart/Modena Eng. CRG / TM TB Kart/Modena Eng. Praga / Parilla Birel / Vortex Parolin / TM DR / Modena Eng. Maranello / TM Intrepid / TM Zanardi / TM Maranello / TM CRG / TM Formula K / Vortex CRG / Maxter Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Top Kart / Parilla Zanardi / TM ART GP / TM Birel / TM Alpha / TM Righetti / TM Birel / TM Birel / TM Rosso Korsa/TM Rosso Korsa/TM CRG / Maxter Tonykart / TM Mach 1 / TM Zanardi/Parilla


ENTRY LIST - KZ Here are the names that will be animating the action on this second round of the KZ European Championship: 40 drivers of undiscussed talent, all equally worthy to be in the top category of global karting. Just a quick glance at the list suggests that the battle for the top will be fierce. Everyone with Bridgestone tires No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 20 21

Driver Ardigo Marco Abbasse Anthony Thonon Jonathan Lammers Bas Pex Jorrit De Conto Paolo Fore Davide Lennox-Lamb Jordon Dreezen Rick Hajek Patrik Torsellini Mirko Cesetti Sauro Camponeschi Flavio Kokko Henri De Brabander Yannick Hanley Ben Iglesias Jérémy Kozlinski Arnaud Öberg Viktor

Nat. ITA FRA BEL NLD NLD ITA ITA GBR BEL CZE ITA ITA ITA FIN BEL GBR FRA FRA SWE

Entrant Tony Kart Racing Team Sodikart Praga Kart Racing Formula K CRG Holland Birel Motorsport DTK Racing Team Poland CRG SpA Zanardi Praga Kart Racing ART Grand Prix Srl Comer Tony Kart Racing Team CRG Holland CRG SpA ART Grand Prix Srl Lenzokart Intrepid Driver Program PDB Racing Team

Nat. Equipment ITA Tony Kart / Vortex FRA Sodi / TM CZE Praga / Parilla ITA FK / Parilla NLD CRG / TM ITA Birel / TM POL CRG / TM ITA CRG / Maxter NLD Zanardi / Parilla CZE Praga / Parilla ITA ART GP / TM ITA Top Kart / Parilla ITA Tony Kart / Vortex NLD CRG / Parilla ITA CRG / TM ITA ART GP / TM ITA Lenzokart / LKE ITA Intrepid / TM NLD Gillard / Parilla

No 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 99

Driver Carlsson Freddie Pieruszek Kevin Schmitz Alexander Antonsen Emil Massetani Gilberto Jocker Nico Kostbade Torsten Greif Toni Prosperi Oliver Enrico Puhakka Simo Mostajo Ollo Mikel Kuovi Jan Laurent Thomas Aceto Massimo Rasmussen Nikolaj David Paul Negro, Riccardo Roy, Maxime

Nat. SWE DEU DEU NOR ITA DEU DEU DEU ESP FIN ESP FIN FRA ITA DNK FRA ITA FRA

Entrant Maddox KSW-Racing KSW-Racing DR Srl DR Srl CRG Racing Germany CRG Racing Germany Team NKS Prosperi Oliver Enrico AVG Racing Nazabal Z. Mike Kuovi Jan Goudant Cédric Gold Kart Racing Team Dino Racing A/S David Paul Comer Roy, Maxime

Nat. NLD DEU DEU ITA ITA DEU DEU DEU ESP NLD ESP FIN FRA LTU DNK FRA ITA FRA

Equipment Maddox / TM Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex DR / TM DR / TM CRG / TM CRG / TM DR / TM CRG / TM Birel / TM Intrepid/Modena Eng. Rosso Korsa / TM Tony Kart / Vortex Righetti / Parilla Dino / Parilla Tony Kart/Vortex Top Kart / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex

ENTRY LIST - ACADEMY 50 great little racers ranging from 13 to 15 years old will once more share the track with the “big shots” to try their own chance at a top-level international competition. Living the dream of becoming a name in karting and perhaps get noticed by talent scouts. Everyone with same material (Parolin/FIM/Bridgestone) No 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 508 509 510 511 512 514 515 516 517 518 519 520 521 522 523 524 525 526

Driver Brigatti Alessandro Bristot Andrea Konstantinos Tsimpris Dimitros Cohen Ido Golan Sofi Vromant Alexandre Amendola Michelangelo Foldesi Tristan Verschoor Richard Van Kalmthout Rinus Liebenberg Bradley Calvi Justine Lloveras Brunet Xavier Santos Gomez Lisard Falcato Martins Rafael Della Coletta Murilo Hasan Hussain Ali Benyahia Michael Cordova Jared York Oliver Martin Ross Slutskiy Artem Slutskiy Zakhar Schott Patrick

Nat. ITA ITA GRC GRC ISR ISR FRA BEL BEL NLD NLD ZAF LUX ESP ESP BRA BRA BHR USA USA GBR GBR RUS RUS CHE

Entrant Brigatti Ennio Bristot Stefano Trakkas Christos Tsimpris Vasilios Cohen Amihai Golan Alex Vromant Pierre Alain Cucciarre Barbera Foldesi Alexandre Verschoor Kees V.Kalmthout Marijn Liebenberg Corrie Calvi Laurent Lloveras C. Carlos Santos, Venancio Martins N. Oswaldo Della Coletta Marcos Hasan Ali Abbas Benyahia Karim Cordova Frank York Garry Martin John Slutskiy Roman Slutskiy Roman Schott Cyrille

Nat. ITA ITA GRC GRC ISR ISR FRA BEL BEL NLD NLD ZAF LUX ESP ESP BRA BRA BHR USA USA GBR GBR RUS RUS CHE

No 527 528 529 530 531 532 533 534 535 536 537 538 539 540 541 542 543 544 545 546 547 548 549 550

Driver Legeret Lucas Kekarainen Pyry Majormoen Guro Solheim Lars Poulsen Cato Bay Lange Marcus Hesse Max Beckhusen Mike Haflidason H.Michael Cao Zhuo Zupanic Maximilian Garbacz Wojciech Gregula Jakub Jurkonis Titas Zamula Illya Pascu Nicholas Besler Berkay Cetin Yigit Bouchabke Rubens Kim Joon Seo Ota Kakunoshin Kogure Hikaru Minang P. Putra Aghajarian K.Pejman

Nat. CHE FIN NOR NOR DNK DNK DEU DEU SWE CHN AUT POL POL LTU UKR ROU TUR TUR LBN KOR JPN JPN IDN IRN

Entrant Legeret Pascal Kekarainen Ari Majormoen Morten Solheim Geir Poulsen Teit Egebak Tue Hesse Mario Beckhusen Bernd Johannsson S.Haflidi Cao Chaofan Rucker Wolfgang Garbacz Dariusz Gregula Mariusz Caplikas Ugnius Zamula Gennadiy Pascu Marian Besler Mehmet Cetin Orhan Bouchabke Imad Kim Soo Yeol Ota Masatoshi Kogure Hiroyuki Iriawan Glenn Aghajarian K. Payam

Nat. CHE FIN NOR NOR DNK DNK DEU DEU SWE CHN AUT POL POL LTU UKR ROU TUR TUR LBN KOR JPN JPN IDN IRN

15


T I M E TA B L E

July 13

SUN

July 12

SAT

FRI

July 11

July 10

THUR

July 9

WED

CIK-FIA European Championships KZ-KZ2 Round 2 Academy Trophy Round 2 Wackersdorf (DE) TIME

ACTIVITY

09:00 - 18:00

paddock installation

13:00 - 18:00

sporting check

15:00 - 19:00 09:00 - 09:55

collection of tyre vouchers & fuel distribution BRIEFING KZ-KZ2

11:00 - 13:00 14:25-16:25

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

14:00 - 18:00

fuel distribution & sporting check Academy

16:30 - 18:30

free practice sessions (20 min.) KZ-KZ2

08:00 - 10:30

checks, tyre vouchers, fuel distribution, briefing Academy

08:25 - 10:00

free practice sessions (15 min.) KZ-KZ2

10.05 - 12:30

free practice sessions KZ (15 min.) - Academy (20 min.) - KZ2 (15 min.)

13:30 - 13:50

HISTORIC KARTS DEMONSTRATION

13:55 - 17:10

free practice sessions Academy (20 min.) - KZ-KZ2 (15 min.) - Academy (20 min.)

17:25 - 19:03 08:25 - 10:05

qualifying practice KZ2-Academy-KZ warm-up KZ2-KZ-Academy

10:10 - 12:45

qualifying heats KZ2-KZ-Academy-KZ2

13:45 - 14:05 14:10 - 18:15

HISTORIC KARTS DEMONSTRATION qualifying heats KZ2-KZ-Academy-KZ2-Academy-KZ2

08:00 - 08:20

ENGINES START UP

08:25 - 09:40

warm-up Academy-KZ-KZ2-Academy

09:45 - 10:00

second chance heat Academy

10:20 - 10:50

DRIVERS PRESENTATION (ALL)

11:10 - 11:25

prefinal 1 (17 laps) KZ2

11:30 - 11:45

prefinal 2 (17 laps) KZ2

11:50 - 12:05 12:10 - 12:25

prefinal (13 laps) Academy prefinal (17 laps) KZ

13:25 - 13:45

ENGINES START UP / HISTORIC KARTS DEMONSTRATION

13:50 - 14:30

final (25 laps) KZ2

14:45 - 15:20

final (21 laps) Academy

15:35 - 16:15

final (25 laps) KZ

17:15

final podium & press conference

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

16


CIK-FIA European Championship / Academy Trophy 2014 | Wackersdorf  

Round 2 | KZ/KZ2/ACADEMY | 10-13 July 2014

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you