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FIA GOLDEN RULES

I WANT TO BE SAFE I PROMISE TO: BELT UP all passengers are my responsibility

RESPECT THE HIGHWAY CODE rules are there to protect us all

OBEY THE SPEED LIMIT my car is made of metal, pedestrians and children are not

CHECK MY TYRES both for wear and for correct inflation, including the spare

DRIVE SOBER when I am drunk or on drugs, I am a danger on the road

PROTECT MY CHILDREN keep them safe in car seats

PAY ATTENTION calling and texting make me dangerous

STOP WHEN I’M TIRED getting there late is better than not at all

WEAR A HELMET motorbikes and bicycles don’t protect my head

BE COURTEOUS AND CONSIDERATE respect other drivers

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EDITORIAL After holding our breaths for so long, we’ll all be letting a deep sigh at the drop of the checkered flag on the La Conca finish-line - all of us, but especially the stars of this great karting season. Some will do so sadly, bitter that their efforts have been in vain and already thinking ahead about their next chance; but others, two drivers above all, will finally take a long, deep breath, before shouting out in joy for a victory worth a whole career, a victory worth the whole world! We have finally reached the event that crowns a whole year of hard work and kilometers of pavement covered at full speed. Our hearts are pounding with adrenaline and the finish-line is looming behind the last corner. One way or another, when the flag will signal “game over”, we’ll all go back to breathing and we’ll probably be smiling, feeling a little lighter. But we won’t be able to relax for long, because the challenges of a new season will soon take up our thoughts, our time, and our dreams again. We’ll once again feel the burning desire to hold the steering wheel or make the paddock perfect. And we’ll be eager for time to fly and lead us into a new adventure. After all, people like us we are probably born to hold their breaths...

Luca De Donno WSK Promotion President

CONTENTS 02 CIRCUIT

08 GALLERY

03 STATISTICS

10 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS

04 ENGINE FOCUS

12 LE MANS WINNERS

06 HISTORY

14 ENTRY LISTS & REGULATIONS

07 HALL OF FAME

16 TIMETABLE

The La Conca stage The flags and brands in the title hunt The new OK era

World title holders on track today Sixteen years of non-shifter World Champions

The best shots of the Europeans Ben Hanley, KF and Christian Lundgaard, KFJ The great stars of the KZ & KZ2 World weekend KF and KFJ entries and the key sporting rules The Muro Leccese weekend schedule

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CIRCUIT

THE LA CONCA STAGE In the hall of fame of elite karting for over a decade, the La Conca International Circuit is about to reach another achievement, becoming stage to the 2015 CIK-FIA KF and KFJ World Championships, the most important event of the year for non-shifter karts. Two world title hunts for double the prestige, in a superbly organized “theater” located between the ancient towns of Maglie and Muro Leccese, just 10 kilometers from some of South Italy’s most gorgeous beaches

TRACK INFORMATION Length: 1250 m Width: 8-10 m

Circuito Internazionale La Conca S.S. 16 Maglie-Otranto (km 989)

Inaugurated in 1999 with three regional races, the following year it hosted the Italian Championship and in 2001 it was extended to 1250 meters to become a CIK-certified track. Today one of the most appreciated venues in international karting, La Conca guarantees great weather all year round and a perfect event every time, thanks to its fast and fun layout, impeccabe management, and top level venue, which includes a 17,200 sqm paddock area, a 15,000 sqm parking lot, a state-of-the-art service building, a reception hall and a restaurant, plus an annexed outdoor sports center.

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I-73036 Muro Leccese (LE) - Italy Tel: +39 0836.354530 Web: wwww.laconca.com


STATISTICS

FLAGS AND BRANDS The La Conca circuit is ready to welcome the last ever edition of the World Championships for the KF and KFJ classes: 66 in KF, ranging from shifter veterans and former class champions to new emerging stars, and 101 in KFJ, the creme of the crop of international youth talent. Close to 170 huge talents representing a variety of national flags from all five continents and pitting the major kart and engine manufacturers one against the other. Let’s see which ones and how many

KF

NATIONALITIES

KFJ 11

ITA FIN DNK

GBR SWE

JPN

FRA

ESP

RUS

NLD

BEL

USA

LTU

AUT

ROU

EST

NZL

POL

DEU

PRT

CHE

SVN

AUS

THA

14

7

9

6

8

5

7

3

6

2

5

1

4

RUS SWE FIN DNK BEL FRA

KF

IDN IND

NLD

VEN

CHN

CAN

KFJ

DEU

MYS

USA

CZE

ARG

LTU

ROU

SVK

TM RACING

TM RACING PARILLA

PARILLA

LKE

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RICCIARDO - FORMULA K - PRAGA LUXOR - PAROLIN - LENZOKART

40

ZANARDI

20

CRG - CROC PROMOTIONS

10

ENERGY - DR - BIREL ART

7

EXPRIT

CROC PROMOTIONS

5

56 27 12 6

KFJ

KOSMIC

FA KART

4

TONY KART

ZANARDI - EXPRIT - ENERGY TOP KART - PRAGA

3

KOSMIC

BIREL ART

2

CRG

SODI - INTREPID - LENZOKART

1

TUR

FA KART

KF

CHASSIS

AUS

SGP

VORTEX

VORTEX

TONY KART

30 22 13 1 LKE

BRA

CHE

2

ENGINES

ESP

GBR

3

1

ITA

9

6

5

4

3

1

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ENGINE FOCUS

THE NEW OK ERA Resulting from a long process of prototyping and testing in collaboration with the major manufacturers, the CIK-FIA has released the specifications for the new OK engine concept that with the 2016 homologation session will replace the current KF formula Simplification, streamlining and cost reduction are some of the priorities which have led the CIK-FIA to introduce new engine specifications for 2016 onwards. The aim is to reorient international categories to direct drive, in line with the origins of the sport, and reintroduce them in national championships with a broader base of drivers. After more than three years of reflection, dialogue and testing, the official presentation of the OK engines was made during the European Championship in Britain and revealed a major change in direction. For obvious economic reasons, the new OK engines rely on the work already done with the KF concept, but introducing several essential differences. The clutch, the electric starter, electric wiring and the battery will go, resulting in considerable weight reduction and less wear-and-tear and so greater reliability. The return to direct drive, in line with the origins of the sport, means karts will start by push. To make this easier, the new OK engines are equipped with a decompression valve on the cylinder head. In turn, manufacturers may choose Applicant

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ASN

between internal and external water pump. The engine capacity of 125cc was maintained the same as the KF, as well as the internal balancing system. It was also decided to use the same type of butterfly carburetor as before, with a diameter of 24 mm for OK and 20 mm for OK-Junior. Instead, another major change regards the exhaust and exhaust valve: for both classes, both elements must meet specific monotype features and be homologated (the valve along with the engine). Another change is the increase of the maximum rev limit, fixed at 16000 rpm for OK and 15000 rpm for OK-J. Instead, in line with the recommendations of the FIA Safety Commission, the minimum weight (fully equipped kart plus driver) has been lowered: 145 kg for the OK category and 140 kg for the OK-J. Last but not least, manufacturers have committed to the goal of cost reduction by agreeing to a retail price of around 2,000 euro. Below is the list of companies who have so far confirmed their participation to the 2016 engine homologation session with models that meet the new OK specifications.

Equipment Make

Model

Type

Homolog. NumĂŠro

IAME SpA

ITA

Moteur

Parilla

Reedster 4

OK-Junior

21-M-24

IAME SpA

ITA

Moteur

Parilla

Reedster 4

OK

20-M-24

Lenzokart Srl

ITA

Moteur

LKE

LKJ1

OK-Junior

33-M-24

Lenzokart Srl

ITA

Moteur

LKE

LK1

OK

34-M-24

Karlheinz Hahn

DEU

Moteur

REXON Motors

Ballerina

OK-Junior

6-M-24

Karlheinz Hahn

DEU

Moteur

REXON Motors

Ballerina

OK

5-M-24

Tecniengines Srls

ITA

Moteur

TE

T90

OK-Junior

26-M-24

Tecniengines Srls

ITA

Moteur

TE

T101

OK

25-M-24

TM Racing SpA

ITA

Moteur

TM Racing

S-Junior

OK-Junior

31-M-24

TM Racing SpA

ITA

Moteur

TM Racing

S-Senior

OK

30-M-24

OTK Kart Group Srl

ITA

Moteur

Vortex

DDJ

OK-Junior

17-M-24

OTK Kart Group Srl

ITA

Moteur

Vortex

DDS

OK

18-M-24


KEY FEATURES What changes and what stays the same: a review of the essential differences between current KF engines and the new OK concept that will debut in 2016

RPM the maximum rev limit has been increased: 16000 for OK (15000 rpm for KF) and 15000 for OK-J (14000 rpm for KFJ)

DECOMPRESSION VALVE added to facilitate the direct drive pushstart

EXHAUST VALVE becomes monotype (ike the exhaust) and must be homologated along with the engine

EXHAUST

DISPLACEMENT displacement remains unvaried at 125 cc (the internal balancing system is also the same)

the change is from free range to monotype with homologation

CARBURETOR WATER PUMP may be internal, as in KF engines, or external

same butterfly carburettor, with same diameter: 24 mm for OK (like KF) and 20 mm for OK-J (like KFJ)

CLUTCH

ELECTRONICS

gone, replaced by direct drive

gone, along with battery

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HISTORY

WORLD WINNERS ON TRACK The La Conca entry list features 5 drivers with at least one prior CIK-FIA world title to their name, obtained in non-shifter and/or gearbox karts. This weekend they are all in contention for the 2015 CIKFIA World KF Championship. Here they are one by one, from the most recent winners to the “veterans”

T. JOYNER

2013 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP - KF

J. LENNOX-LAMB

2012 WORLD CUP - KZ2

F. TIENE

2012 WORLD CUP - KF2

A. KOZLINSKI

2009 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP - SKF 2006 WORLD CUP - FA

D. FORÈ

2008 WORLD CUP - KF1 2006 WORLD CUP - SUPER ICC 2006 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP - FA 2004 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP - FA 2000 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP - FSA 2004 WORLD CUP - FSA 1998 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP - FSA

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HALL OF FAME Fifteen years of non-shifter World Championships

2014

Lando Norris - KF

2014

Enaam Ahmed - KFJ

2013

Tom Joyner - KF

2013

Alessio Lorandi - KFJ

2012

Flavio Camponeschi - KF1

2011

Nyck De Vries - KF1

2010

Nyck De Vries - KF2

2009

Arnaud Kozlinski - Super KF

2008

Marco Ardigò - KF1

2007

Marco Ardigò - KF1

2006

Davide Forè - Formula A

2005

Oliver Oakes - Formula A

2004

Davide Forè - Formula A

2003

Wade Cunningham - Formula A

2002

Giedo van der Garde - F. Super A

2001

Vitantonio Liuzzi - F. Super A

2000

Davide Forè - F. Super A

2000

Colin Brown - Formula A

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GALLERY

EUROPEAN IMPRESSIONS

© cunaphoto.it

Here are some great images of the 2015 KF and KFJ season that so far has seen the world’s best drivers, teams, and manufacturers in non-shifter karting compete in Portugal (Portimao), England (Brandon) and Sweden (Kristiandstad)

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EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS

KF - HANLEY From karts, to autos, and back to karts, set to prove that he’s as ready as ever to battle for victory. With the 2015 European KF Championship victory, thirty year old Ben Hanley consecrates the values of determination and integrity, proving that always looking ahead and never giving up goes a long way

After “graduating” as UK Champion (National JICA) in 2000, Ben Hanley quickly proved his skills at the international level, winning three Winter Cup editions, all in Formula A (2001, 2004, 2005) and conquering the 2005 Margutti Trophy (Formula A). Not a bad resume, despite his “old age” (he was 20 at the time); actually good enough for the Brit to go on winning in F. Renault 3.5 and GP2. Unfortunately, though, one day Hanley was left “without a ride”. But instead of giving up, he continued believing and returned to karts. He went back to his mentor, Armando Filini, and to being strong, winning the 2014 WSK Champions Cup (KF). Then, in early 2015, he eagerly accepted to follow Filini on his new Mad Croc Karting adventure and delivered an almost perfect European Championship with the new Croc Promotions/TM combo: a dominant win in round 1, first after the Heats and 2nd in the Final in round 2, and again in the lead going into Sunday in round 3. This was all Ben needed to secure the 2015 European crown and prove that determination is worth as much as “authority” when you are a true believer.

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KFJ - LUNDGAARD In a European KFJ Championship shaped by close values and extreme uncertainty, Christian Lundgaard built his triumph out of relentless effort, always keeping in the heat of battle and producing the winning dash ahead when it most mattered, in the final round in Sweden

After proving his talent at “home”, rising from regional clout (winner of the 2012 South Denmark Kart Cup) to national acclaim (2013 Cadet Junior Danish Vice-Champion), Christian Lundgaard stepped into the international scene with the Tony Kart/Vortex chassis of the Ward Racing Team. He spent 2014 quietly learning and in 2015 suddenly “exploded” as the new star of the KFJ: winner of the Lonato Winter Cup, 2nd in the WSK Champions Cup, and, after 3 hotly contested rounds, winner of the 2015 CIK-FIA European Championship in July. In this highly unpredictable title hunt, the fifteen year old built his triumph out of constancy, conquering at least one point in the heats and final of each of the first two rounds and legitimating it with a double sweep of the Prefinal and the Final in the closing act in Sweden. His consecration as European Champion has already produced a major change in the young Dane’s career. In fact, Christian has since joined Energy Corse and is now ready to prove his worth as the factory team’s lead driver in the World KFJ Championship here in Muro Leccese, before his 2016 debut in the new OK category.

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LE MANS WINNERS

KZ WORLD CHAMPION JORRIT PEX - His karting career has deep, solid foundations that include a passion shared by the whole family and a partnership with such a well-established and prestigious team as CRG. His triumph was a long way coming and today he is the new World KZ Champion, a “surprising” confirmation If you take a look at the Dutch driver’s resume, you’ll see that, from 2006 onwards, he’s always made at least one major international podium (usually in first place), from the 2006 Rotax Grand Finals (Junior Max) to the 2012 CIK-FIA Europeans (KZ1). So, sure, his World title victory came as a bit of a surprise because his name was not on the list of favorites; but it actually isn’t all that surprising after all, considering the robustness of his career and a full decade of top performance standards. The Le Mans triumph itself was fruit of a mix between steady racing (2nd in Qualifyings, 4th after the Heats, 1st in the Prefinal...) and a decisive pass on the very last lap, the toughest one, where space suddenly seems to get tighter than ever and every position ahead looms like an impossible Everest. With the calm determination of strong men, this natural born talent who races with his family-run outfit, the Pex Racing Team, delivered the perfect weekend, taking CRG on top of the world and with it his “golden family”.

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KZ2 SUPER CUP WINNER

THOMAS LAURENT - For this French talent who’s come of age in his home country, winning the 2015 CIK-FIA International KZ2 Super Cup in Le Mans and taking his Tony Kart/Vortex to the highest peak in class is nothing short of a dream come true Imagine you are a French kid in love with cars, who dreams all day about Prost and company and their legendary feats in the places that in your country are considered the temples of motorsport. Imagine you start racing karts to experience the rumble of engines first-hand and you quickly fall in love with the sweet taste of victory and the special scent of the world’s most prestigious race tracks. Now, in this great dream, imagine you decide to face the International KZ2 Super Cup, the most important race of the year in your class, precisely at home, in France. And not on some track, but on the legendary Le Mans circuit, again stage to the world karting championship after 24 years. Tough to imagine shouting in triumph at the finishline of this story, even in the wildest of dreams. But, fortunately, truth sometimes goes above and beyond fantasy, because that child who’s now a young man by the name of Thomas Laurent really did win in Le Mans, leaving his rivals far enough behind to cherish every inch of pavement that made his amazing dream come true, for all to see, in the great book of karting.

ACADEMY TROPHY WINNER MARTA GARCIA LOPEZ - The CIK-FIA Academy Trophy aims to help young talents emerge and grow. And yet, the 2015 title hunt crowned a winner... of wisdom. Spain’s Marta Garcia Lopez played a star role all season, giving consistent show of her skills, and in the final act in Le Mans she also gave proof of great maturity, securing the Trophy with a set of nice heats and then choosing to play it safe and leave the track to rivals. Perhaps not as showy as drivers who want to win always, at all costs; but this too is the way of champions towards a promising future.

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ENTRY LISTS

WORLD KF & KFJ CHAMPS KF - Everyone with VEGA tires - 66 ENTRIES No

Driver

Nat.

Entrant

Nat.

1

Hanley, Ben

GBR Mad-Croc Karting

2

Joyner, Tom

GBR Strakka Bhaitech

Equipment Croc Promotions / TM ITA Racing SWE Zanardi / TM Racing

3

Verschoor, Richard

NLD RB Racing SA

CHE Exprit / Vortex

Entrant

Equipment

35 Potty, Maxime

BEL

Kosmic Racing Dept

ITA

Kosmic / Vortex

36 Maestranzi, Marco

ITA

Comer

ITA

37 Peltola, Olli

FIN

Mad-Croc Karting

ITA

38 Tillett, Archie

GBR CRG SpA

ITA

DEU Comer

ITA

Top Kart / Parilla

ITA

40 Scherer, Fabio

CHE RB Racing SA

Kosmic Racing Dept

ITA

Kosmic Kart / Vortex

41 Fore, Davide

ITA

CRG SpA

ITA

Tony Kart Racing Team

ITA

Tony Kart / Vortex

FRA

Sodikart

FRA

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

42 Kozlinski, Arnaud 43 Chaimongkol, Sasakorn Jorge 44 Pescador, Carlos 45 Webb, Harry Jean 46 Simmenauer, Baptiste 47 Miyata, Ritomo

GBR FA Kart / Vortex

48 Jin, Seiya 49 Valtonen, Isac

ITA

USA Energy Corse

ITA

6

Nielsen, Nicklas

DNK Tony Kart Racing Team

7

Basz, Karol

POL

8

Armstrong, Marcus

NZL

CRG SpA

ITA

9

Van Leeuwen, Martijn

NLD CRG Keijzer Racing

NLD CRG / TM Racing

10 Vartanyan, Alexander

RUS

Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

11 Vips, Juri

EST

Ricky Flynn Motorsport

GBR FA Kart / Vortex

12 Hiltbrand, Pedro

ESP

CRG SpA

14 Marcu, Dionisios

ROU Ward Racing

15 Roes Andersen, Casper DNK Ricky Flynn Motorsport

ITA

CRG / Parilla

16 Travisanutto, Lorenzo

ITA

Kartronix

GBR Tony Kart / TM Racing

17 Lessennes, Benjamin

BEL

VDK Racing

GBR Kosmic / Parilla

DNK Team Storm Development DNK Kosmic / Vortex Promotions / FIN Mad-Croc Karting ITA Croc TM Racing GBR Birel ART Srl ITA Birel Art / Parilla

ESP

Praga Kart Racing

ITA

CRG / TM Racing

ITA

Tony Kart / Vortex

Tony Kart Racing Team

JPN

Tony Kart Racing Team

ITA

Tony Kart / Vortex

JPN

Tony Kart Racing Team

ITA

Tony Kart / Vortex

SWE Ward Racing

50 Gheno, Jacopo

ITA

51 Sitnikov, Nikita

RUS Team Komarov

Ward Racing

52 Mavlanov, Denis Brunet, 53 Lloveras Xavier 54 Azedo Sousa, Yohan

RUS Team Komarov ESP

Strakka Bhaitech

PRT

Strakka Bhaitech

ITA

22 Valtanen, Juho

FIN

Kohtala Sports

FIN Kosmic / Vortex

55 Zeen, Andrick

USA Praga Kart Racing

23 Tiihonen, Niklas

FIN

Kohtala Sports

FIN Kosmic / Vortex

56 Friis-Larsen, Andreas

DNK Praga Kart Racing

ITA

57 Guazzaroni, Alessio

ITA

Guazzaroni, Alessio Albano, Adriano

25 Hodgson, Oliver

GBR PF International Karting

GBR Birel Art / TM Racing

58 Albano, Adriano

ITA

26 Dahlberg, Alexander

SWE Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

59 Tynan, Josh

AUS TK Racing

27 Moilanen, Aatu

FIN

Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

60 Sorensen, Christian

DNK Team Storm Development

28 Gadois, Alexandre

FRA

VDK Racing

GBR Kosmic / Parilla

61 Bollingtoft, Nikolaj

DNK Ricky Flynn Motorsport

29 Nerman, Hugo

SWE Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

62 Tonteri, Paavo

FIN

30 Haaga, Anton

SWE GRT Karting Team

FIN

Kohtala Sports

NLD Mad-Croc Karting

65 Cucco, Stefano

ITA

Energy Corse

32 Reicher, Simon

AUT

MM-Racing-Kart

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex Promotions/ TM ITA Croc Racing LUX FA Kart / Vortex

63 Sario, Robin

31 Verkroost, Bard

66 Suganami, Tougo

JPN

CRG SpA

33 Vigano, Matteo

ITA

Comer

LTU

RB Racing SA

67 Mihevc, Gasper 68 Maiorana, Alessandro

SVN Baby Race Srl

34 Baciuska, Rokas

ITA

Top Kart / Parilla

CHE Exprit / Vortex

CRG / Parilla

Sodi / TM Racing Kart / TM THA Kosmic Racing CZE Praga / Parilla

FRA

Baby Race Srl

Kosmic / Vortex

CHE Exprit / Vortex

GBR CRG SpA

ITA

SWE Kosmic Racing Dept

Tony Kart / Vortex

THA Maxima Motorsport

21 Lorandi, Leonardo

24 Backman, Jessica

Nat.

39 Kry, Niklas

Tiene, Felice Correa, Juan

19 Haapalainen, Tuomas

Nat.

CRG / Parilla Energy Corse / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex

4

20 Lennox-Lamb, Jordon

Driver

Top Kart / Parilla Croc Promotions / TM Racing CRG / Parilla

5

18 Jochimsen, Andreas

No

ITA

Mad-Croc Karting

Maiorana, Salvatore

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex SWE Tony Kart / Vortex Kart / TM RUS Tony Racing Tony Kart RUS Racing / TM / TM SWE Zanardi Racing / TM SWE Zanardi Racing CZE Praga / Parilla CZE Praga / Parilla / TM ITA Intrepid Racing Tony Kart ITA Racing / TM Corse / TM DNK Energy Racing DNK Tony Kart / Vortex GBR FA Kart / Vortex Promotions/ ITA Croc TM Racing FIN Kosmic / Vortex Corse / TM ITA Energy Racing ITA CRG / TM Racing ITA

Tony Kart / Vortex

ITA

Lenzokart / LKE

KEY RULES CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM The title of World Champion goes to the Final winner. ELIGIBLE EQUIPMENT Each Driver is entitled to submit 2 same-make chassis, 2 same-make engines, and 3 sets of “slicks” (Vega for KF/LeCont for KFJ). Tires are assigned by draw. Karts must be presented in full configuration, with engine. USE OF EQUIPMENT From Qualifyings to the Final, each driver may choose 1 of his 2 chassis and can use 2 of his 3 sets of “slicks”.

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START PROCEDURE All sessions begin with a rolling start, with Drivers arranged in two lanes. Braking formation is liable to penalty. SUSPENDING & RESUMING A RACE Suspension of a race is signaled with the red flag. If the race is set to resume, Drivers will know at least 10 minutes in advance. FINISH The finish signal is given when the leading kart completes its last lap (meaning, the last of the prescribed number or the last complete lap before time is up). If the race ends early, the order of arrival will be that of the last full lap before the signal.


KFJ - Everyone with LE CONT tires 101 ENTRIES No

Driver

Nat.

Entrant

Nat.

Equipment

101 Lundgaard, Christian

DNK Energy Corse

Corse / ITA Energy TM Racing

102 Martono, Presley

IDN Baby Race Srl

ITA Tony Kart / Vortex

103 Roosens, Kenny

BEL

VDK Racing

No

Driver

Nat.

Entrant

152 Carrara, Giorgio Emiliano ARG Lenzokart 153 Zheng, Jianian

Nat.

Equipment

ITA Luxor / LKE

CHN Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

GBR Kosmic / Parilla

154 Moghadampour, Dariush

FIN Forza Racing

GBR Tony Kart / Vortex

104 Garcia Lopez, Marta

ESP Garcia, Francisco

Kart / TM ESP FA Racing

155 Della Coletta, Murilo

BRA RB Racing SA

CHE Exprit / Vortex

105 Novalak, Clément

FRA Tony Kart Racing Team

ITA Tony Kart / Vortex

156 Della Coletta, Marcel

BRA RB Racing SA

CHE Exprit / Vortex

106 Collet, Caio

BRA Kosmic Racing Dept

ITA Kosmic / Vortex

157 Brigatti, Alessandro

107 Quinn, Alex

GBR CRG SpA

ITA CRG / Parilla

158 Sjödahl, Mikkel

DNK Ward Racing

ITA

SWE FA Kart / Vortex

Roncato, 108 Drugovich Felipe

BRA Kosmic Racing Dept

ITA Kosmic / Vortex

159 Simonov, Mikhail

RUS Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

109 Shvetsov, Ivan

RUS Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

160 Ohlin, Simon

SWE Ward Racing

CHE Exprit / Vortex

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

110 Maini, Kush

IND Forza Racing

GBR Tony Kart / Vortex

161 Lombardo, Davide

111 Viscaal, Bent

NLD KSM Racing Team

DEU Tony Kart / Vortex

162 Eriksson, Hampus

112 Lindh, Rasmus

SWE Birel ART Srl

Kart / ITA Ricciardo Parilla

163 Dzitiev, Yuriy

RUS Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

164 Bengtsson, Axel

SWE JP Racing

SWE Exprit / Vortex

113 Yueyang, Sun 114 Vidales Arenjo, David

CHN Ricky Flynn Motorsport ESP Energy Corse

GBR FA Kart / Vortex Corse / ITA Energy TM Racing

Wahbeh, 115 Fernandez Sebastian

VEN Ricky Flynn Motorsport

116 Worship, Sami

GBR Ricky Flynn Motorsport

GBR FA Kart / Vortex

117 Minang, Perdana Putra

IDN Kartronix

GBR Tony Kart / Vortex

GBR FA Kart / Vortex

118 Blomqvist, Isac

SWE Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

119 Hesse, Max

DEU Mad-Croc Karting

120 Wilson, Teddy

GBR Strakka Bhaitech

Promotions / ITA Croc TM Racing Zanardi SWE Racing / TM

121 Watt, Noah

DNK Ricky Flynn Motorsport

GBR FA Kart / Vortex

122 Petrov, Artem

RUS DR Srl

123 Serravalle, Antonio

CAN Pserra Racing Ltd

ITA DR / TM Racing CAN Tony Kart / Vortex

124 Milesi, Charles

FRA Tony Kart Racing Team

ITA Tony Kart / Vortex

Musyaffa, 125 Muizzuddin Bin Abdul Jafar

MYS Gamoto Snc

ITA CRG / Vortex

126 Vesti, Frederik

DNK Energy Corse

Corse / ITA Energy TM Racing

127 Sargeant, Logan

USA Ricky Flynn Motorsport

GBR FA Kart / Vortex

128 Lappalainen, Konsta

FIN Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

129 Louko, Daniel

FIN Louko, Mika

FIN Tony Kart / Vortex

130 Ptacek, Petr

CZE Formula K

ITA Formula K / Parilla

131 Magnus, Gilles

BEL

BEL Kosmic / Vortex

132 Petelet, Milane

FRA VDK Racing

GBR Kosmic / Parilla

133 De Wilde, Ugo

BEL

Ecurie Hesbaye

BEL Kosmic / Vortex

134 De Pauw, Ulysse

BEL

Birel ART Srl

ITA Birel Art / Parilla

Magnus, Patrick

ITA

RB Racing SA

Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

SWE Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

165 Nielsen Frost, Danial

SGP Baby Race Srl

166 Crosland, Kyle

GBR Baby Race Srl

ITA Tony Kart / Vortex ITA Tony Kart / Vortex

167 Colombo, Lorenzo

ITA

Baby Race Srl

ITA Tony Kart / Vortex

168 Abrusci, Nicola

ITA

Baby Race Srl

ITA Tony Kart / Vortex

169 Morricone, Edoardo

ITA

Lario Motorsport Srl

ITA Tony Kart / LKE

170 Moretti, Marzio

ITA

Lario Motorsport Srl

ITA Tony Kart / LKE

171 Giardelli, Alessandro

ITA

Lario Motorsport Srl

172 Zotov, Gleb

RUS Kartprom Team

ITA Tony Kart / LKE Kart / TM UKR Tony Racing

173 Smolyar, Alexander

RUS Kartprom Team

174 Rozenfeld, David

RUS Kartprom Team

UKR Tony Kart / TM

175 Eielso Hansen, Mads

DNK Team Storm Development

DNK Kosmic / Vortex

176 Dose, Emil

DNK Team Storm Development

DNK Kosmic / Vortex

177 Volegov, Nikita

RUS Team Komarov

Kart / TM RUS Tony Racing

178 Fetisov, Bogdan

RUS Team Komarov

RUS Tony Kart / TM

179 Muth, Esteban

BEL

Strakka Bhaitech

SWE Zanardi / TM

Castro Petecof, 180 De Gianluca 181 Lindfors, Thomas

BRA Strakka Bhaitech

/ TM SWE Zanardi Racing

FIN Kohtala Sports

Kart / TM UKR Tony Racing Racing

Racing Racing

FIN Kosmic / Vortex

182 Laine, Timi

FIN Kohtala Sports

FIN Kosmic / Vortex

183 Pascu, Nicholas

ROU CRG Keijzer Racing

NLD CRG / TM Racing

184 Tubben, Max

NLD CRG Holland

NLD CRG / TM Racing

185 Ferrari, Lorenzo

ITA

ITA Birel Art / Parilla

187 Malukas, David

USA Birel ART Srl

ITA Birel Art / Parilla

188 Ibanez Trullols, Lluc

ESP DPK Racing

Promotions / ESP Croc TM Racing

189 Aleksandrov, Nikita

RUS DR Srl

ITA DR / TM Racing

190 Lvov, Igor

RUS Energy Corse

Corse / TM ITA Energy Racing

Ferrari, Sergio

135 Martinez Merono, Eliseo ESP Praga Kart Racing

CZE Praga / Parilla

136 Lazzaroni, Filippo

DR Srl

ITA DR / TM Racing

137 Höyer, Mikkel

DNK Forza Racing

GBR Tony Kart / Vortex

138 Legeret, Lucas

CHE Birel ART Srl

ITA Birel Art / Parilla

191 Feller, Ricardo

CHE Feller, Roberto

CHE Tony Kart / LKE

139 Jonusis, Justas

LTU

ITA DR / TM Racing

192 Kose, Eren

TUR Forza Racing

GBR Tony Kart / Vortex

AUS JC Kart

/ TM AUS Parolin Racing

ITA

DR Srl

140 Milell, Noah

SWE JP Racing

SWE Exprit / Vortex

193 Suhle, Ryan

141 Persson, Sebastian

SWE Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

194 Grigoryev, Ivan

RUS Jolly Team Karting Klub

SVN Kosmic / Vortex

142 Peisselon, Timothy

FRA Birel ART Srl

ITA Birel Art / Parilla

195 Vebster, Daniel

SWE JP Racing

SWE Exprit / Vortex

143 Chappard, Franck

FRA Cancelli, Frank

LUX Kosmic / Parilla

196 Cameron, Aaron

AUS Kartronix

GBR Tony Kart / Vortex

144 Alatalo, William

FIN Mad-Croc Karting

Promotions / ITA Croc TM Racing

197 Brinkmann, David

DEU KSM Racing Team

DEU Tony Kart / Vortex

145 Weerts, Charles

BEL

ITA Kosmic / Vortex

198 Ponomarenko, Milen

RUS Lenzokart

ITA Lenzokart / LKE

Kart / TM ESP FA Racing

199 Lehtonen, Niko

FIN Mad-Croc Karting

Promotions / ITA Croc TM Racing

146 Lahoz Lopez, Alejandro

Kosmic Racing Dept

ESP Lahoz, Ramon

147 Martinsson, Filip

SWE GRT Karting Team

200 Potter, Aleksi

FIN Ricky Flynn Motorsport

GBR FA Kart / Vortex

149 Goldschmied, Dominik

SVK Energy Corse

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

201 Eichenberger, Tara

CHE X-Rei Motorsport

CHE Kosmic / Vortex

Martin Oscar 150 Herencia, Jose

Corse / ITA Energy TM Racing

ESP DR Srl

ITA DR / TM Racing

202 Longhi, Luca

ARG Morcia, Giuseppe

151 Berets, Ivan

RUS Ward Racing

SWE Tony Kart / Vortex

203 Vasile, Daniel

ROU Real Racing

ITA Tony Kart / Vortex ROU Tony Kart / Vortex

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TIMETABLE

KF FINAL

KFJ FINAL

Sept 27

SUN

SAT

Sept 26

FRI

Sept 25

Sept 24

THUR

Sept 23

WED

WORLD KF & KFJ CHAMPIONSHIP TIME

ACTIVITY

09:00 - 18:00

paddock installation

14:00 - 18:00

sporting check, coll. of tire vouchers, fuel distrib., tech. checks & tire collection

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 12:20

KF-KFJ free practice sessions 15 min. each (alternating)

09:15 - 09:35

KF briefing

10:35 - 10:55

KFJ briefing

12:20 - 13:20

BREAK / START UP ENGINES

13:25 - 18:20

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

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 13:20

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

09:00 - 12:00

tire vouchers collected from the manufactures

13:20 - 14:05

BREAK / START UP ENGINES

14:10 - 16:35

KF-KFJ free practice sessions 20 min. each

16:50 - 18:13

KF-KFJ qualifying practice sessions

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 09:50

KF-KFJ warm-up 10 min.

09:55 - 12:30

KF qualifying heats (13 laps) - KFJ qualifying heats (9 laps)

12:30 - 13:00

BREAK / START UP ENGINES

13:05 - 18:50

KF qualifying heats (13 laps) - KFJ qualifying heats (9 laps)

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

START UP ENGINES KF-KFJ warm-up 15 min.

09:45 - 10:00

KF second chance heat (13 laps)

10:20 - 10:50

PRESENTATION OF DRIVERS

11:05 - 12:15 12:15 - 13:15

KFJ prefinal 1 & 2 (13 laps) - KF prefinal (17 laps) BREAK / START UP ENGINES

13:20

pregrid on track

13:25

start grid make-up

13:30 13:55

START podiums

14:10

pregrid on track

14:15

start grid make-up

14:20

START

14:50

podiums

15:05

press conference

2015 WORLD KF & KFJ CHAMPIONSHIP Informational advertising material. Created by Sorridi Editore Srl in collaboration with WSK Promotion. Photos by cunaphoto.it, GABIphoto (CIK-FIA / WSK Promotion agent)

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