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EDITORIAL After the opening round in the classic landscape of Muro Leccese, here we are in Spanish lands. The prestigious venue of Zuera is the first frontier of a kart-racing Europe that this year, more than ever, will be redesigned on the map at the farthest latitudes. Europe is on everyone’s lips these days and karting is up front and center of current events: the time has come to face global challenges, to enter scenarios that are international in nature and sight, to test our differences on common ground. This is the European Championship, ladies and gentlemen: a dream for many; a goal for everyone. Luca De Donno WSK Promotion President

CONTENTS 02 CIRCUIT

10 RD 1 REPORT - KFJ

03 BEST LAP

12 ENTRY LIST KFJ

04 RD 1 REPORT - KF

14 ENTRY LIST KF

08 GALLERY

16 REGULATIONS & POINTS

The European tour in the lands of Aragon

The fastest of Round 1 in Italy

A review of the Muro Leccese action Ready for another great show!

The opening race on the La Conca track

The Juniors on track in Zuera

The competitors of the Spanish round

The main rules and the new point system

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WELCOME TO ZUERA As Mayor of the City of Zuera, I’d like to welcome all participants and fans of the European Karting Championship, a major motorsport series that continues to grow in prestige year after year. We are honored, once again, to host an event of such high caliber at the national and international level at our very own Zuera International Circuit. Over the years, sporting events like this have helped to make Zuera famous as a modern and dynamic municipality, eager to embrace the world of sports and add the element of competition to its already rich offer of cultural and leisure events. Culture, sports and leisure: these are the key elements for any city that aspires to be open to the world and attract the broadest range of visitors and tourists. In addition to saluting participants and fans of the European Karting Championship, I also wish to congratulate organizers on the expertise acquired over the years, ever since they took their first steps in 2007. We are honored to welcome them and the motorsport world once more to the Circuito Internacional de Zuera, our city’s pride and joy. I am confident that this important European event, scheduled from May 29th to June 1st, will spark the enthusiasm and interest of our residents and attract the attention of sport fans far and wide.

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FEDERAL BLESSINGS It is a great honor to welcome the best representatives of international karting to Zuera for the second round of the KF and KF Junior European Championship. The great competition is gathering the world’s most esteemed kart drivers in the lands of Aragón, thanks to the trust that the FIA has placed in the fantastic management team of the Circuito Internacional de Zuera. Let me remind everyone of the important improvements to the track and to venue facilities that have guaranteed the renewal of CIK-FIA homologation: it is thanks to its spirit of renovation that the Zuera Circuit continues to be an international standard of excellence. We are proud that our country has organizers like the Zuera Racing Sport Club, capable of attracting the most prestigious events on calendar, year after year. Of course, my greatest salute goes to the true protagonists of this motor feast: drivers. Supported by their families, teams, and friends, they will offer us a fantastic show that everyone can enjoy. I am certain that the event, which is part of the Racing for Spain program, will be an absolute success, just like all previous events held in Zuera in the past. Finally, I would like to extend a special thank you to the public institutions of Aragón and to the sponsors and media channels that nurture the growth of motorsport in our country and internationally. It is thanks to all of them if today our region gets to enjoy the best show karting has to offer. Carlos Gracia President of the R. F. E. de A. and FIA Vicepresident

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CIRCUIT The impressive Spanish circuit, located close to Zaragoza, is one of the most prestigious racing venues of the Old Continent. Every year is stage to many top level international karting events and today it is hosting the second round of the CIK-FIA European Championship for both the KF and KFJ categories.

ZUERA - SPAIN / ROUND 2 - KF, KFJ ZUERA INTNL. CIRCUIT May 30 - June 01 The Spanish track is one of the world’s longest layouts for kart racing. Fast, with straights alternating to tight hairpins and challenging bends, this technical circuit requires pure driving talent as much as it does great concentration and considerable race management skills. www.circuitointernacionaldezuera.es

Track characteristics Length: 1700 m Width: 10 m Circuito Int. Zuera, Carratera Nacional 330 - km 521.5, 50800 ZUERA, Spain Tel: +34 976 697 125

NEXT ROUNDS GENK - BELGIUM / ROUND 3 - KF (Round 1: KZ, KZ2, Academy) KARTING GENK INTNL. June 14 - 15 KRISTIANSTAD - SWEDEN / ROUND 3 - KFJ (Round 3: KZ, KZ2) ÅSUM RING July 24 - 27 BRANDON - UK / ROUND 4 - KF, KFJ PF INTNL. August 29 - 31

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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 KF and KFJ European title contenders did in the 1st round at the La Conca circuit (Muro Leccese, Italy): from the fast runners throughout to those who mastered the prefinal and the top three who landed on the final podium. Photo credits: cunaphoto.it, FotoFormulaK.com, KSP.fr.

KF

Callum Illot (ZANARDI/PARILLA – ZANARDI STRAKKA RACING)

KFJ

Nicklas Nielsen (KOSMIC/VORTEX – KOSMIC RACING DEPT)

4 Victories : Pre-final; Heats c-e / c-d / b-c 5 Best Laps : Pre-final; Heats c-e / c-d / a-c /b-c

1 Victory : Heat b-e

Lando Norris

Jehan Daruvala

(FA KART/VORTEX – RICKY FLYNN MOTORSPORT)

(FA KART/VORTEX – RICKY FLYNN MOTORSPORT)

4 Victories : Heats a-e /a-b/ a-c / a-d 3 Best Laps : Heats a-e /a-b / a-d

1 Victory : Heat d-e

Niki Kari

Gabriel Aubry

(TONY KART/VORTEX – WARD RACING)

(TONY KART/VORTEX – TONY KART RACING TEAM)

1 Victory : Heat b-d 1 Best Lap : Heat b-e

2 Best Laps : Heats b-d / d-e

Enaam Ahmed (FA KART/VORTEX – RICKY FLYNN MOTORSPORT)

Max Fewtrell (FA KART/VORTEX – RICKY FLYNN MOTORSPORT)

1 Victory : Final

1 Victory : Heat c-d

Devlin Defrancesco

Juan Correa

(TONY KART/VORTEX – MORSICANI RACING)

(ENERGY/TM – ENERY CORSE)

4 Victories : Pre-final; Heats a-e / a-c / a-b 2 Best laps : Pre-final; Heat a-e

1 Victory : Heat b-c

Mick Junior

Benjamin Lessennes

(TONY KART/VORTEX – TONY KART RACING TEAM)

(KOSMIC/PARILLA – VDK RACING)

2 Victories : Heats d-e / a-d

3 Best Laps : Heats c-d /a-c / b-c

Anton Haaga

Alexander Vartanyan

(KOSMIC/LKE - GRT KARTING TEAM)

(TONY KART/VORTEX – WARD RACING)

1 Victory : Heat b-e 3 Best Laps : Heats c-e / b-e / d-e

1 Best Lap : Heat a-b

David Beckmann

James Pull

(TONY KART/VORTEX – MORSICANI RACING)

(TONY KART/VORTEX – TONY KART RACING TEAM)

1 Victory : Heat b-d 1 Best Lap : Heat b-d

1 Best Lap : Heat a-d

Logan Sargeant (FA KART/VORTEX – RICKY FLYNN MOTORSPORT)

1 Victory : Heat c-e

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ROUND 1 REPORT - KF

The winner is Callum Ilott (Zanardi/Parilla), who leads the final from start to finish, proving that he has talent, but also that team opted for the right strategy. The Zanardi Strakka crew and Ilott, in fact, decided to switch to 2 new tires as early as the prefinal. The goal was winning the race in order to conquer the best spot on the start grid of the final (read “pole position” - in other words front row, inside lane) and so maximize the chances of topping the podium. And that’s exactly how things went. Niko Kari (Tony Kart/Vortex) closes the race behind Ilott, confirming the good state he’s shown since the start of the season. He never really posed a threat to his rival this weekend, but his result is excellent, especially considering the level of competition he was up against. Lando Norris (FA Kart/Vortex) completes the podium, his first ever as a KF rookie. And he actually gives the impression he could’ve done better, judging from his speed across Saturday’s heats. At the start of the final he gets caught up in “traffic” and is pushed back, but he does a great job of rising up to the top 3, driving the fastest lap of the race. Right below the podium there is Felice Tiene (CRG/TM),

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author of an incredible climb from the rear that leaves everybody stunned: good job! His connational Alessio Lorandi (Tony Kart/TM), instead, is unlucky. The Baby Race driver, in fact, started the final from a tough position and nine laps later he was forced to retire. A round of applause goes, instead, to Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG/TM), who catches a glimpse of the podium after being one of the fastest all weekend. In the final he is running in fourth place, when he hears someone “nocking” behind him. The one asking to be let through is his teammate Tiene, who apparently is CRG’s “first” driver since Pedro steps aside and lets him by. All things considered, the Spanish driver more than proved he has what it takes to be up front. Let’s close with two names who we are used to seeing in very differet areas of the standings: Karol Basz (Tony Kart/Vortex) and defending World champion Tom Joyner (Zanardi/Parilla), respectively ninth and tenth at the end of the Muro Leccese opener: well below their standards, but there are three rounds to go and all is yet to be seen. Based on what we saw in Italy, it’s going to be a tight fight the whole way through!


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Tom Joyner (Zanardi/Parilla - Zanardi Strakka Racing)

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Nicklas Nielsen (Kosmic/Vortex - Kosmic Racing Dept)

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Jehan Daruvala (FA Kart/Vortex - Ricky Flynn Motorsport)

Egor Stupenkov (Energy/TM - Energy Corse)

RESULTS : PREFINAL & FINAL KF - PREFINAL

Material

1 106 Illott

zanardi/ parilla

3.318

2 129 Kari

2.230

crg/tm

4.979

3 120 Norris

tony kart/ vortex fa kart/ vortex

5.890

4 104 Tiene

crg/tm

5.995

6.197

5 115 Hiltbrand

crg/tm

6.195

7.205

6 121 Van Leeuwen 7 103 Nielsen

9.799

8 127 Aubry

10.997

9 102 Basz

10 122 Pulcini

energy/tm

15.690

10 119 Joyner

zanardi/ parilla kosmic/ vortex tony kart/ vortex tony kart/ vortex zanardi/ parilla

7.035

9.296

9 124 Sitnikov

zanardi/ parilla tony kart/ vortex kosmic/ vortex tony kart/ vortex tony kart/ vortex tony kar/ parilla

Material

1 106 Ilott

zanardi/ parilla

2 120 Norris

fa kart/ vortex

3 115 Hiltbrand 4 121 Van Leeuwen 5 129 Kari 6 103 Nielsen 7 102 Basz

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8 127 Aubry

Felice Tiene (CRG/TM - CRG Spa)

KF - FINAL P. N° Name

P. N° Name

Time -

11 Xia; 12 Mazepin; 13 Maestranzi; 14 Daruvala; 15 Hodgson; 16 Darras; 17 Skaras; 18 Joyner; 19 Marcu; 20 Norris; 21 Dabski; 22 Moilanen; 23 Lundgaard; 24 Fong Wei Jie; 25 Tiene; 26 Heinonen; 27 Okada; 28 Zhou; 29 Marino; 30 Rossel; 31 Kjaergaard; 32 Stupenkov; 33 Lorandi; 34 Puhakka.

Time -

2.979

7.406 7.629 8.442 9,894

11 Sitnikov; 12 Lundgaard; 13 Dabski; 14 O.Norris; 15 Pulcini; 16 Daruvala 17 Rossel; 18 Mazepin; 19 Stupenkov; 20 Hodgson; 21 Fong Wei Jie; 22 Skaras; 23 Heinonen; 24 Zhou; 25 Kjaergaard; 26 Darras; 27 Lorandi; 28 Okada; 29 Moilanen; 30 Xia; 31 Maestranzi; 32 Marcu; 33 Puhakka; 34 Marino.

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS: 1 Ilott p.34; 2 Norris p.26; 3 Kari p.20; 4 Hiltbrand p.19; 5 Tiene p.18; 6 Nielsen p.16; 7 Basz p.11; 8 Van Leeuwen p.10; 9 Aubry p.8; 10 Joyner p.6. Everyone with DUNLOP tires

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G A L L E RY

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On the opening round of the European championship for the KF and the KFJ, the gorgeous summer weather and blazing sun certainly helped make the Muro Leccese weekend sizzle. Shifting our focus from the heat on track to the zest of the grand show, the Drivers’ Presentation ceremony offered a colorful dance of flags from all over the world, reminding us that global acclaim is what give CIK-FIA series their fame, along with seamless organization, top quality standards, and the best expression of competitiveness one can find in the sport of karting.

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ROUND 1 REPORT - KFJ

Enaam Ahmed (FA Kart/Vortex) follows up on his early season successes on WSK fields by proving he is the man to beat, for now, also in the 2014 CIK-FIA European title hunt. He secures his triumph at the start of the final, pouncing from third place into the lead. This is where he stays until the finish. Behind him it’s a whole different story as “madness” ensues. In the end the runner-up spot goes to Logan Sargeant (FA Kart/Vortex), who wins the “duel” with Devlin Defrancesco (Tony Kart/Vortex). After dominating the heats and winning the prefinal Defrancesco was the favorite going into the final, but a bad start pushed him back and forced him to race “up hill”: at the end of a good recovery, he has to make do with the lowest step of the podium. Alex Vartanyan (Tony Kart/Vortex) and Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart/TM) round off the top 5 with good performances (the Italian even caught a glimpse of the podium in the first half of the race). Max Fewtrell (FA Kart/Vortex) snatches sixth place from Mick Junior (Tony Kart/Vortex), who closes seventh. Behind him at the finish there is Lessenes (Kosmic/Parilla), author of a mad climb past 25 rivals from start to finish. Too

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bad that afterwards race commissioners penalize him for a contact with Yeu Yang (FA Kart/Vortex) in the early phases of the race and send him down to P17. It is David Beckmann (Tony Kart/Vortex) who thus inherits 8th place and also the “kangaroo” prize for the best rebound: 22 overtakes! A great success for the Morsicani Racing driver that confirms the talent for speed displayed on Friday, when he drove the second overall fastest time, behind teammate Defrancesco. The other great “climbers” of the final are Tonteri (Art GP/TM) and Correa (Energy/TM), both able to rise 16 spots up the field to close respectively 11th and 12th, and Fernandez (Kosmic/TM), who improves on an unlucky prefinal by 11 positions and ends 21st. Things go badly, instead, for Pull and Petrov. At the start of the final Team DR’s Russian “knight” quickly gets up to 11th right behind Pull, too close though: he gets hooked on his rear end. Result? Petrov slips down and ends his rebound in P19, while his rival has to retire. The same goes for CRG’s Eliseo Martinez, out shortly after the start, even if so far this season he gave the impression that he could be a top KFJ player even as a rookie. We’ll have to wait and see.


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

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Lorenzo Travisanutto (PCR/TM - Scuderia PCR Srl)

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David Beckmann (Tony Kart/Vortex- Morsicani Racing)

Ulysse De Pauw (Kosmic/Parilla - VDK Racing)

RESULTS : PREFINAL & FINAL KFJ - PREFINAL

P. N° Nome

Materiale

tony kart/ vortex

-

1 202 Ahmed

fa kart/ vortex

3.682

2 204 Sargeant

3.816

3 223 Defrancesco

4.379

4 211 Vartanyan

4.974

5 206 Lorandi

6 238 Martinez

crg/tm

6.152

6 218 Fewtrell

7 204 Sargeant

fa kart/ vortex tony kart/ vortex tony kart/ tm fa kart/ vortex

6.638

7 212 Junior

fa kart/ vortex tony kart/ vortex tony kart/ vortex tony kart/ tm fa kart/ vortex tony kart/ vortex

0.705

5 212 Junior

kosmic/ parilla tfa kart/ vortex tony kart/ vortex tony kart/ vortex

7.170

8 216 Beckmann

tony/vortex

7.536

8.140

9 217 Martin

10.453

10 201 Ticktum

tony kart/ tm zanardi/ parilla

Materiale

1 223 Defrancesco 2 260 De Pauw 3 202 Ahmed 4 219 Pull

8 211 Vartanyan 9 206 Lorandi

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10 218 Fewtrell

Mick Junior (Tony Kart/Vortex - Tony Kart)

KFJ - FINAL Tempo

P. N° Nome

11 Ticktum; 12 Travisanutto; 13 Yeu Yank; 14 Martin; 15 Alex; 16 Moreira Laliber tè; 17 Verkroost; 18 Legeret; 19 Roes Andersen; 20 Lundgaard; 21 Tillet; 22 Bollier; 23 Petrov; 24 Martono; 25 Maini; 26 Santos Gomez; 27 Tonteri; 28 Correa; 29 Lappalainen; 30 Novalak; 31 Beckmann; 32 Fernandez; 33 Lessennes; 34 Haaga.

Tempo -

1.909 2.942 3.369 3.892 4.946

9.145 12.026

11 Tonteri; 12 Correa; 13 Maini; 14 Travisanutto; 15 De Pauw; 16 Moreira; 17 Lessennes; 18 Legeret; 1 9 Pe t r ov ; 2 0 Ro e s ; 2 1 Fe r n a n d e z ; 22 Martono; 23 Novalak; 24 Yeu Yang; 25 Lappalainen; 26 Tillet; 27 Verkroost; 28 Haaga; 29 Santos Gomez; 30 Alex; 31 Pull 32 Bollier; 33 Martinez; 34 Lundgaard.

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS: 1 Ahmed p.31; 2 Defrancesco p.26; 3 Sargeant p.20; 4 Mick Junior p.18; 5 Vartanyan p.17; 6 Lorandi p.11; 7 Fewtrell p.11; 8 Beckmann p.8 9 Fernandez p.8; 10 Martin p.7. Everyone with VEGA tires

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E N T RY L I S T - K F J Over 70 drivers from 25 nations, 4 continents, and all the major factory teams: nobody is missing the opportunity to battle for the 2014 KF-Junior title, an achievement that has been a major career trampoline for many little great champions before them. All 72 players who lined up in the opening round are again here in Zuera, joined by two “wild card” drivers (featured as the last two entries) who have been offered a prestigious chance to race with the best in their class.

Everyone with VEGA tires No

Driver

Nat.

Entrant

Nat. Equipment

No

Driver

Nat.

Entrant Tony Kart Racing Team

201 Ticktum Daniel

GBR

Zanardi Strakka SWE Zanardi/Parilla Racing

219 Pull James

SGP

202 Ahmed Enaam

GBR

Ricky Flynn Motorsport

GBR FA Kart/Vortex

220 Tillett Archie

Raucci Giuliano Yazbek

BRA

Gandolfi Ennio Racing

ITA

Tony Kart/TM

221

204 Sargeant Logan

USA

Ricky Flynn Motorsport

GBR FA Kart/Vortex

PRT

De Oliveira Sousa Cristovao

203

205

Azedo Sousa Yohan

Nat. Equipment ITA

Tony Kart/Vortex

GBR CRG S.p.A.

ITA

CRG/TM

Moreira Laliberté Kami

CAN Baby Race S.r.l.

ITA

Tony Kart/TM

222

Smith Joshua Francis

GBR

ART Grand Prix S.r.l.

ITA

ART GP/TM

PRT Zanardi/TM

223

Defrancesco Devlin

USA

Morsicani Racing

ITA

Tony Kart/Vortex

ITA

224 Alesi Giuliano

FRA Baby Race S.r.l.

ITA

Tony Kart/TM

ITA Baby Race S.r.l.

ITA

Tony Kart/TM

Drugovich Roncato BRA Baby Race S.r.l. Felipe

ITA

Tony Kart/TM

206 Lorandi Leonardo

ITA Baby Race S.r.l.

207 Floersch Sophia

DEU Emilia Kart S.r.l. GBR Tony Kart/TM

225 Colombo Lorenzo

208 Bollier Jules

FRA Bollier Romain

FRA Kosmic/Parilla

226

GBR Kosmic/Parilla

227 Maini Kush

IND

RB Kart Technology SA

ITA

Exprit/Vortex

228 Martono Presley

IDN Baby Race S.r.l.

ITA

Tony Kart/TM

209

Lessennes Benjamin

BEL VDK Racing

210

Garcia Lopez Marta

ESP

211

Vartanyan Alexander

RUS Ward Racing

Tony Kart/TM

Zanardi Strakka SWE Zanardi/Parilla Racing SWE Tony Kart/Vortex

229

Mazrul Haizad Adam Haikal

MYS

ART Grand Prix S.r.l.

ITA

ART GP/TM

ITA

ART GP/TM

212 Mick Junior

DEU

Tony Kart Racing Team

ITA

Tony Kart/Vortex

230 Ye Yifei

CHN

ART Grand Prix S.r.l.

Travisanutto Lorenzo

ITA

Scuderia PCR S.r.l.

ITA

PCR/TM

231 Pasma Patrik

FIN

ART Grand Prix FIN ART GP/TM Finland

ITA

CRG/TM

232 Tonteri Paavo

FIN

ART Grand Prix FIN ART GP/TM Finland

ITA

Osella Engineering S.r.l.

213

214 Baiz Mauricio

VEN CRG S.p.A.

215 Krencisz Jan

POL

Kosmic Racing Dept

ITA

Kosmic/Vortex

233 Alex

216 Beckmann David

DEU

Morsicani Racing

ITA

Tony Kart/Vortex

234

217 Martin Ross

GBR Forza Racing

218 Fewtrell Max

GBR

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Ricky Flynn Motorsport

ITA

DR/TM

Lappalainen Konsta

FIN Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart/Vortex

GBR Tony Kart/TM

235 Tashkalov Damir

RUS Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart/Vortex

GBR FA Kart/Vortex

236 Zotov Gleb

RUS Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart/Vortex


No

Driver

Nat.

Entrant

Nat. Equipment

No

Driver

Nat.

Entrant

Nat. Equipment

GRC CRG S.p.A.

ITA

CRG/TM

256

Della Coletta Marcel

BRA

Scuderia PCR S.r.l.

ITA

PCR/Vortex

ESP CRG S.p.A.

ITA

CRG/TM

257

Della Coletta Murilo

BRA

Scuderia PCR S.r.l.

ITA

PCR/Vortex

239 Petrov Artem

RUS DR S.r.l.

ITA

DR/TM

258 Lindh Rasmus

SWE

Praga Kart Racing

CZE Praga/Parilla

240 Baciuska Rokas

LTU Energy Corse

ITA

Energy/TM

259 Podobsky Lukas

CZE

Praga Kart Racing

CZE Praga/Parilla

241 Correa Juan

USA Energy Corse

ITA

Energy/TM

260 De Pauw Ulysse

BEL VDK Racing

GBR Kosmic/Parilla

DNK TK Racing

DNK Energy/TM BEL Zanardi/TM

237 Konstantinos 238

242

Martinez Merono Eliseo

Brozzoni Alessandro

FRA

Energy Germany

DEU Energy/TM

261

Roes Andersen Casper

243 Naiker Kashen

ZAF Zanardi

LND Zanardi/Parilla

262 Roosens Kenny

BEL Roosens Eddy

244 Viscaal Bent

NLD Zanardi

NLD Zanardi/Parilla

263 Yeu Yang Sun

CHN

Ricky Flynn Motorsport

GBR FA Kart/Vortex

245 Legeret Lucas

CHE

Zanardi Strakka SWE Zanardi/Parilla Racing

264 Milesi Charles

FRA

Pompidou Xavier

FRA Tony Kart/Parilla

246 Scherer Fabio

CHE Birel Motorsport

ITA

Birel/Parilla

265

247 Gheno Jacopo

ITA Gheno Stefano

ITA

Tony Kart/Vortex

266 Bonduel Anthony

FRA

Bonduel Racing

BEL ART GP/TM

ESP AVF Junior

ESP FA Kart/Vortex

267 Verkroost Bard

NLD

Montfoort Motorsport

NLD FA Kart/TM

POL Forza Racing

GBR Tony Kart/TM

268

Lundgaard Christian

DNK

Lundgaard Henrik

DNK Tony Kart/Vortex

248

Lloveras Brunet Xavier

249 Pankiewicz Julia

Fernandez RB Kart VEN Wahbeh Sebastian Technology SA

VEN Exprit/Vortex

250

Munoz Fernandez Adrian

ESP K.C. Vendrell

ESP Tony Kart/Vortex

269 Leuillet Tom

FRA Leuillet Francis FRA Birel/TM

251

Santos Gomez Lisard

ESP K.C. Vendrell

ESP Tony Kart/Vortex

270 Novalak ClĂŠment

CHE

252 Eriksson Joona

FIN Kohtala Sports

FIN Kosmic/Vortex

271

253 Sario Robin

FIN Kohtala Sports

FIN Kosmic/Vortex

254 Haaga Anton

SWE

ITA

255 Lenzo Federico

ITA Lenzokart

ITA

GRT Karting Team

Van Kalmthout Rinus

Kosmic Racing Dept

ITA

Kosmic/Vortex

NLD Keijzer Racing

NLD Zanardi/Parilla

272 Milell Noah

SWE JP Racing

SWE Exprit/Vortex

Kosmic/LKE

298 Ibanez Lluc

ESP DPK Racing

ESP FA Kart/Vortex

Lenzokart/LKE

299 Reicher Simon

AUT

MM-Racing Kart

NLD FA Kart/Vortex

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E N T RY L I S T - K F The queen category of non-shifter karts is especially competitive this year, with all the “star” names of international karting ready to prove their worth. The European title hunt is open to 69 kids from 17 nations that represent the European continent far and wide, but also Asia, Africa and the Americas. A truly international community competing for 1 crown - this means one thing only: a breathtaking sport show! And, like in the Junior field, two drivers have been invited as “wild cards” in the Spanish event, which marks the midway point of the Championship. Everyone with DUNLOP tires No

Driver

Nat.

Entrant

Nat. Equipment

No

Driver

Nat.

Entrant

Nat. Equipment

101 Moilanen Aatu

FIN

ART Grand Prix FIN ART GP/TM Finland

119 Joyner Tom

GBR

Zanardi Strakka SWE Zanardi/Parilla Racing

102 Basz Karol

POL

Tony Kart Racing Team

ITA

Tony Kart/Vortex

120 Norris Lando

GBR

Ricky Flynn Motorsport

103 Nielsen Nicklas

DNK

Kosmic Racing Dept

ITA

Kosmic/Vortex

121

Van Leeuwen Martijn

NLD Keijzer Racing

NLD Zanardi/Parilla

104 Tiene Felice

ITA CRG S.p.A.

ITA

CRG/TM

122 Pulcini Leonardo

ITA Energy Corse

ITA

105 Stupenkov Egor

RUS Forza Racing

ITA

Energy/TM

123 Daruvala Jehan

GBR

106 Ilott Callum

GBR

124 Sitnikov Nikita

RUS Team Komarov RUS Tony Kart/Parilla

107 Maestranzi Marco

ITA Comer

ITA

108 Gonzales Nicolas

FRA VDK Racing

109 Norris Oliver

GBR

Ricky Flynn Motorsport

110 Tujula Tuomas

FIN

ART Grand Prix FIN ART GP/TM Finland

111 Lavelli Kevin

ITA Comer

ITA

SGP Kartronix

112

Fong Wei Jie Julien

Zanardi Strakka SWE Zanardi/Parilla Racing

Praga Kart Racing

Ricky Flynn Motorsport

GBR FA Kart/Vortex

Energy/TM

GBR FA Kart/Vortex

125

Sette Camara Sergio

BRA

Morsicani Racing

ITA

Tony Kart/Vortex

GBR Kosmic/Parilla

126

Chaimongkol Sasakorn

THA Birel Motorsport

ITA

Birel/TM/

GBR FA Kart/Vortex

127 Aubry Gabriel

FRA

ITA

Tony Kart/Vortex/

128 Marcu Dionisios

ROU CRG S.p.A.

ITA

CRG/TM/

129 Kari Niko

FIN Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart/Vortex

GBR Tony Kart/TM

130 Lundqvist Linus

SWE Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart/Vortex

CZE Praga/Parilla

131

Top Kart/TM

Top Kart/Parilla

Haapalainen Tuomas

Tony Kart Racing Team

FIN

ART Grand Prix FIN ART GP/TM Finland

132 Lorandi Alessio

ITA

Baby Race S.r.l.

ITA

Tony Kart/TM

133 Mazepin Nikita

RUS

Tony Kart Racing Team

ITA

Tony Kart/Vortex

ITA

Kosmic Racing Dept

ITA

Kosmic/Vortex

113 Dabski Karol

POL

114 Kim Maxim

RUS DR S.r.l.

ITA

DR/TM

115 Hiltbrand Pedro

ESP CRG S.p.A.

ITA

CRG/TM

116 Rossel Kevin

DNK Rossel Kevin

GBR Tony Kart/Vortex

134

117 Darras Julien

FRA

ITA

135 Hall Philip

SWE Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart/Vortex

118 Grzyb Michal

POL Grzyb Janusz

136 Korneev Alexey

RUS Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart/Vortex

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Kosmic Racing Dept

Kosmic/Vortex

POL Birel/TM

Durante Cosimo Francesco


No

Entrant

Nat. Equipment

No

137 Skaras Emil

SWE Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart/Vortex

155 Besancenez Paolo FRA Kartronix

GBR Tony Kart/TM

138 Troickiy Nikita

RUS Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart/Vortex

156 Xia Yifan

GBR Tony Kart/TM

POL Forza Racing

GBR Tony Kart/TM

157 Kjaergaard Nicolai DNK TK Racing

DNK Energy/TM

140 Pym Hannah

GBR Forza Racing

GBR Tony Kart/TM

158 Thorsen Kristian

DNK TK Racing

DNK Energy/TM

141 Shlom Yan Leon

RUS Forza Racing

GBR Tony Kart/TM

159

Van Der Watt Julian

ZAF Zanardi

NLD Zanardi/Parilla

142 M채ntyl채 Ville

FIN Kohtala Sports

FIN Kosmic/Vortex

160

Heinonen Johannes

FIN

143 Puhakka Juuso

FIN Kohtala Sports

FIN Kosmic/Vortex

161 Gadois Alexandre

FRA VDK Racing

144 Semi Valtteri

FIN Kohtala Sports

FIN Tony Kart/Vortex

162 Volkov Evgeniy

RUS Team Komarov RUS Tony Kart/Parilla

145 Klar David

CZE

ART Grand Prix FIN ART GP/TM Finland

163 Janker Hannes

DEU TB Motorsport

146 Okada Takuya

JPN

ART Grand Prix S.r.l.

ITA

164 Zhou Guan Yu

GBR

Ricky Flynn Motorsport

GBR FA Kart/Vortex

Al-Khalifa Issa Abdulla

BHR

Bahrain One Racing

BHR Tony Kart/TM

165 Marino Sato

JPN

Praga Kart Racing

CZE Praga/Parilla

148 Cristofaro Nick

BHR

Bahrain One Racing

BHR Tony Kart/TM

166 Potty Maxime

BEL Potty Samuel

149 Cucco Stefano

ITA Birel Motorsport

ITA

Birel/TM

167 Hodgson Oliver

GBR

Von Schedvin Lina

SWE Birel Motorsport

ITA

Birel/TM

168 Lundgaard Daniel DNK

151 Gomez Sidney

VEN CRG S.p.A.

ITA

CRG/TM

169

152 Dante Zackary

USA DR S.r.l.

ITA

DR/TM

198 Dlougy Dmitry

153 Horn Moritz

DEU Energy Corse

ITA

Energy/TM

139

147

150

Driver

Pankiewicz Wiktoria

Nat.

ART GP/TM

199

Driver

Frankowski Krzysztof

Noval Cueto Miguel

Nat.

Entrant

CHN Kartronix

Nat. Equipment

Zanardi Strakka SWE Zanardi/Parilla Racing GBR FA Kart/Parilla/

DEU Zanardi/Parilla

BEL Kosmic/Parilla

PF International GBR Kosmic/TM Karting Lundgaard Henrik

POL FK Racing

DNK Tony Kart/Vortex POL Birel/TM

RUS Dlougy, Dmitry RUS Kosmic /Vortex ESP

Noval Castanera Miguel Angel

ESP Kosmic /TM

154 Martynyuk Maxim RUS MD Motorsport DEU Energy/TM

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R E G U L AT I O N Below is an excerpt of the Federation’s Regulation Book disciplining the 2014 CIK-FIA European Championship for both the KF and KFJ classes: CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM

STARTING PROCEDURE

In both classes, the Championship runs over 4 rounds. Each event will comprise Free Practice, Qualifying Practice, Qualification Heats with the possibility of a Second Chance Heat*, and a final phase made of one or two Prefinals* and the Final. (*Depending on the number of participants). In each round, points are assigned to the Top 10 of the Intermediate Classification and the Top 15 of the Final race. The title of CIK-FIA European Champion will be awarded to the Driver with the most points overall, with the possibility to discard the worst Intermediate result and the worst Final result.

At the end of the Formation Lap, Drivers will proceed at a reduced and constant speed towards the Start Line, creating two lines of karts. Partial crossing of the lanes is liable to a 3 sec. penalty, while leaving the corridor completely and/or overtaking will be sanctioned with a 10 sec. penalty. If a Driver stops during the Formation Lap, he may try to start again from the back of the formation. If he tries to re-start ahead of the field he will be excluded from the event. Karts must maintain their position until the start signal is given. If the Track Clerk/Race Director is not satisfied, he will switch on the orange light, which means that another Formation Lap must be covered.

ELIGIBLE KARTS & EQUIPMENT The Championship is reserved respectively for KF2 and KF3 karts, as defined in the Technical Regulations. At Scrutineering, each Driver is entitled to submit: 2 chassis of the same make, 2 engines of the same make, plus 3 sets of Dunlop “slicks” if in KF, or 2 sets of Vega “slicks” if in KFJ (tires will be allocated by random draw). Karts must be presented in full double configuration (“dry” and “wet”) and ready for use, with engines. In both Championships, from Qualifying Practice on, each Driver is allowed to use a maximum of: 2 chassis and 2 engines (those marked at Scrutineering) and 2 sets of both slicks and wet tires (a total of 4 front/4 rear tires of both types).

NEW POINT SYSTEM

SUSPENDING & RESUMING A RACE In case of an accident blocking the track or dangerous conditions, the Track Clerk/Race Director may decide to stop the race, ordering the showing of the RED FLAG on the Finish Line and at Marshals’ posts. If the race is a Practice: all karts must reduce speed and return to the Service Park. If the race is a Heat, a Prefinal, or a Final: all karts must reduce speed and will be directed either to the Service Park entrance, or asked to stop on track. If the race is suspended definitely, the classification will be as it is at the end of the lap prior to the stop. If the race is to resume, Drivers will be warned at least 10 minutes in advance. The race will resume under “SLOW” speed (YELLOW FLAG).

The phases worth points towards the 2014 CIK-FIA title of European Champion are the HEATS and the FINAL. Points are assigned to the TOP 10 of the combined Intermediate Standings (established after the Heats) and the TOP 15 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 16


T I M E TA B L E

KF FINAL

KF- J FINAL

June 1

SUN

SAT

May 31

FRI

May 30

May 29

THUR

May 28

WED

Round 2 - KF, KFJ: ZUERA TIME

ACTIVITY

09:00 - 18:00

paddock installation & sporting check

15:00 - 19:00

collection of tyre vouchers & fuel distribution

08:30 - 09:30

KF-KFJ transponder delivery & sporting check

08:30 - 09:45

KF tech checks and tyres collection

09:20 - 09:40

KFJ briefing

09:55 - 10:15

KF briefing

09:45 - 11:45

KFJ tech checks and tyres collection

10:35 - 10:55

START UP ENGINES

11:00 - 13:00

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

14:00 - 14:20

START UP ENGINES

14:25 - 18:30

KF-KFJ free practice sessions 20 min. each

PLACE

track track

08:30 - 08:50

START UP ENGINES

09:00 - 12:00

collection of tyres

parc fermĂŠ

08:55 - 13:00

KF-KFJ free practice sessions 20 min. each

track

14:00 - 14:20

START UP ENGINES

14:25 - 16:25

KF-KFJ free practice sessions 20 min. each

track

16:40 - 17:48

KFJ qualifying practice 3 sessions

track

16:40 - 17:48

KF qualifying practice 2 sessions

track

08:30 - 08:50

START UP ENGINES

08:55 - 10:30

KF-KFJ warm-up sessions 15 min. each

track

10:35 - 12:10 13:10 - 13:30 13:35 - 18:30

KF-KFJ (alternated) qualifying heats START UP ENGINES KF-KFJ (alternated) qualifying heats

track

08:30 - 08:50

START UP ENGINES

08:55 - 10:10 10:15 - 10:30

KF-KFJ warm-up sessions 15 min. each KFJ second chance heat

track track

10:35 - 10:50

KF second chance heat

track

11:05 - 11:45

KF-KFJ presentation of drivers

track

12:05 - 12:20

KFJ prefinal (15 km)

track

12:25 - 12:40

KF prefinal (20 km)

track

13:40 - 14:00

START UP ENGINES

14:05

pregrid on track

track

14:15

start grid make-up

track

14:20

START

track

14:45

podiums

track

15:00

pregrid on track

track

15:10

start grid make-up

track

15:15

START

track

15:40

podiums

track

16:10

press conference

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