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EDITORIAL The halfway mark of the KF & KFJ European Championship takes us to the PF International Circuit, one of England’s most famous and technical tracks, last year stage to the final act of the title hunt for the two non-shifter categories. An entry list of 59 drivers in the KF and 66 in the KFJ promises another round of intense racing. Excitement could reach maximum levels, as Northern Europe’s unpredictable weather conditions might add an extra challenge for drivers and teams and could make for an even more thrilling scenario, before we head further north for the closing round in Kristianstad, Sweden. Luca De Donno WSK Promotion President

CONTENTS 02 - CIRCUITS

10 - KFJ REPORT

03 - BEST LAP

14 - KF & KFJ ENTRY LIST

04 - KF REPORT

16 - TIMETABLE

The PFI International Circuit

The top players of Round 1

Review of Round 1 action

The first act in Portugal

The drivers on track today

Round 2 at the PFI

08 - GALLERY The Best of Portimao

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CIRCUITS After the opening act at Portugal’s Kartódromo Internacional do Algarve, it is England’s famed PF International Kart Circuit that becomes stage to the CIK-FIA KF & KFJ European Championships. The turning point of the 2015 title hunt, the English round will indicate the potential champions and set up the battle field for the last round in Sweden.

JUNE 19-21 | KF/KFJ - ROUND 2 PF INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT - BRANDON, UK

Track characteristics Length: 1382 m Width: 8 m PF International Kart Circuit NG32 2AY, Lincolnshire Brandon - Grantham, UK Tel: +44 1636 62 68 11 Fax: +44 1636 85 86 83 E-mail: compsec@tvkc.co.uk www.tvkc.co.uk/cik

Created and owned by Paul Fletcher, the PFI Kart Circuit opened in 1994 and has since grown into the UK’s largest outdoor venue. In 2011 the track was extended and completed with a unique bridge section. The change led to International Grade A licensing and the confirmation of its importance as a key venue for British, European, and World Championships. In 2014 the PFI hosted the final round of the KF/KFJ Europeans, crowning “home” drivers Cullum Ilott and Enaam Ahmed as champions.

JULY 24-26 | KF/KFJ - ROUND 3 ASUM RING - KRISTIANSTAD, SWEDEN

Track characteristics Length: 1231 m Width: 8.5 m Asum Ring Box 5023, Asum Kristianstad, Sweden Tel: +46 70 630 6841 E-mail: pn@butiksinredningar-osby.se www.kristianstadkarting.se

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THE FASTEST

BEST LAP The first round in Portimao defined the provisional leaders of the 2015 European Championships: Ben Haley, Tom Joyner, and Felice Tiene in the KF and Kenny Roosens, Caio Collet, and Christian Lundgaard in the KF-Junior. Yet, across the Portuguese weekend many other drivers proved their chances as title contenders with strong performances, from fast laps to heat victories.

KF

Ben Hanley

Felice Tiene (CRG/PARILLA – CRG SPA)

(CROC PROMOTIONS/TM RACING – MAD-CROC KARTING)

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

5 victories: final; prefinal; 2 best laps: heats c-d / b-c / a-d heats b-c / a-d

Alexander Vartanyan (TONY KART/VORTEX – WARD RACING)

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

Pole position

The following drivers also scored best laps: Martijn Van Leeuwen

Andreas Jochimsen

(CRG/TM RACING - CRG KEIJZER RACING)

(KOSMIC/VORTEX - TEAM STORM DEVELOPMENT)

prefinal

final

Hannes Janker (CRG/PARILLA - TB MOTORSPORT)

heat b-c

KFJ

Kenny Roosens

Teddy Wilson (TONY KART/VORTEX - FORZA RACING)

(KOSMIC/PARILLA – VDK RACING)

6 victories: final; prefinal; 2 best laps: heats b-d / a-b / b-e / b-c prefinal, heat b-e

2 victories: heats a-e / a-d

Kush Maini

Caio Collet

(TONY KART/VORTEX - FORZA RACING)

(KOSMIC/VORTEX - KOSMIC RACING DEPT)

1 victory: heat c-e 2 best laps: heats c-d / a-c

1 victory: heat d-e 1 best lap: heat d-e

Bent Viscaal

Christian Lundgaard

(TONY KART/PARILLA -JEROEN VISCAAL)

(TONY KART/VORTEX - WARD RACING)

1 victory : heat a-c 1 best lap: heat a-d

1 victory : heat c-d

The following drivers also scored best laps: Sami Worship

Filippo Lazzaroni

(FA KART/VORTEX - RICKY FLYNN MOTORSPORT)

(DR/TM RACING - DR SRL)

pole polisition; heat a-b

Sebastian Persson (TONY KART/VORTEX - WARD RACING)

heat b-d

Milane Petelet

heat a-e

Ivan Shvetsov (TONY KART/VORTEX - WARD RACING)

heat b-c

(KOSMIC/PARILLA – VDK RACING)

heat c-e

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KF - ROUND 1

The European Championship for non-shifter categories opened on the 1531 meter circuit of the Kartódromo de Algarve, for the first time host to a CIK-FIA competition. With a broad field of 47 drivers, the KF category produced strong battles across the board. A well-balanced qualifying phase, divided in three sessions, saw Alexander Vartanyan (Tony Kart/Vortex) claim the overall pole position, followed by Tom Joyner (Zanardi/TM Racing), Felice Tiene (CRG/Parilla), Ben Hanley (Croc Promotions/TM Racing), Andreas Jochimsen (Kosmic/Vortex), and Dionisios Marcu (Tony Kart/Vortex). Intense the whole way through, the heats featured some thrilling recoveries, beginning from the first 3 races on schedule. In the A-B race, Karol Basz (Kosmic/Vortex) came up 3 to close 3rd behind the top duo of Vartanyan (also author of the best lap) and Joyner, while Matteo Viganò (Top Kart/Parilla) did a breathtaking rise from 17th to 8th. In heat C-D, while Ben Hanley did a great job of snatching the lead from Felice Tiene right off grid and taking the win, Benjamin Barnicoat (Birel ART/Parilla) climbed from 11th to 4th, closing behind a steady Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart/

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Vortex), 3rd from start to finish. The intense action continued in heat A-C: while up front Tiene took over from Vartanyan and Lorandi reconfirmed his 3rd place standing, the great rebounds were signed by Jordon Lennox-Lamb (Birel ART/Parilla) and again Viganò, both up 9 spots to close respectively 6th and 8th. Other remarkable shuffling came in the fifth race of the day, heat A-D: while Ben Hanley took another clear win, consigning Vartanyan to 2nd and scoring the best lap, Casper Roes Andersen (FA Kart/Vortex) worked his way up to 3rd and Lennox-Lamb managed another impressive climb to take his second 6th place finish in a row. When all was said and done, at the end of the six heats, Hanley was leading the way with three straight wins, followed by Tiene and Friday’s top 2 qualifiers, Vartanyan and Joyner. Marcu and Lorandi completed row 3 for the prefinal, followed by Basz and a fast-paced Nicklas Nielsen (Tony Kart/Vortex), able to rise from 15th on Friday to 8th going into Sunday. The drivers who managed the greatest improvement from the qualifyings were Lennox-Lamb - from 29th to 12th, Viganò - from 33rd to 13th, and Thibaut Haublin (Kosmic/Parilla) - from a distant 40th to a hopeful 20th.


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Martijn Van Leeuwen (CRG / TM Racing - CRG Keijzer Racing)

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Hannes Janker (CRG / Parilla - TB Motorsport )

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Alexander Vartanyan (Tony Kart / Vortex - Ward Racing )

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Juri Vips (FA Kart / Vortex - Ricky Flynn Motorsport)

Tuomas Haapalainen (Croc Promotions / TM Racing - Mad-Croc Karting)

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KF - ROUND 1 RESULTS : PREFINAL & FINAL KF - PREFINAL P. N° Name 1 133 2 107 3 105 4 124 5 144 6 128

Material

Croc Hanley Promotions / TM Racing Janker CRG / Parilla Van Leeuwen CRG / TM Racing Tony Kart / Lorandi Vortex Zanardi / TM Joyner Racing Roes Andersen FA Kart / Vortex

Time -

In the Prefinal, Ben Hanley continued to prove he was the man to beat, giving another dominant run and winning with a margin of 1.318 over the runnerup. Behind him, Hannes Janker (CRG/Parilla) and Martijn Van Leeuwen (CRG/TM Racing) gave true star performances, each moving up 8 positions to close 2nd and 3rd respectively, with Van Leeuwen also scoring the best lap of the race. Lorandi also consolidated his victory hopes, taking over 4th place and relegating Joyner to 5th. Behind the front-runners, other than a steady Nielsen, 8th from start to finish, the field saw significant shuffling of positions. Roes Andersen moved up 3 to close 6th, followed by a struggling Tiene, 7th after losing 5 positions. Friday’s poleman Alexander Vartanyan and his teammate Marcu also dropped several positions each, closing 9th and 10th respectively, while Juri Vips (FA Kart/ Vortex) came through 11th on a massive rebound from 24th on grid, securing his chances for a good final. Finally, the prefinal brought bad luck also on Saturday’s hard-charger Matteo Viganò: unable to end the race, the Italian saw his efforts to catch up to the front-men suddenly compromised. With such a dynamic scenario, the Final was bound to offer another thrill-packed show. Up front, Ben Hanley did it again - first from start to finish - completing his near-perfect Portuguese weekend with another great

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Croc Promotions / TM Racing Zanardi / TM Racing CRG / Parilla

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1.915

3 104 Tiene

2.793

4 107 Janker

6.249

4.035

5 105

6.702

4.193

6 111 7 151

4.959

8 101 Nielsen

Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex

5.238 5.407 6.417

11 Vips, 12 Gadois, 13 Lessennes, 14 Haapalainen, 15 Bale, 16 Armstrong, 17 Backman, 18 Azedo Sousa, 19 Jochimsen, 20 Lennox-Lamb, 21 Correa, 22 Travisanutto, 23 Moilanen, 24 Pits, 25 Barnicoat, 26 Vigano, 27 Maestranzi, 28 Baciuska, 29 Basz, 30 Valtanen, 31 Haublin, 32 Skaras, 33 Verschoor, 34 Dahlberg

Ben Hanley (Croc Promotions / TM Racing - Mad-Croc Karting)

1 133 Hanley 2 144 Joyner

CRG / Parilla

10 111 Marcu

P. N° Name

1.318

7 104 Tiene

9 120 Vartanyan

KF - FINAL

8 120 9 101 10 112

CRG / Parilla Van Leeuwen CRG / TM Racing Tony Kart / Marcu Vortex Vips FA Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vartanyan Vortex Tony Kart / Nielsen Vortex Croc Haapalainen Promotions / TM Racing

2.626 5.667

7.258 8.261 8.549 8.845 8.904

11 Correa, 12 Lennox-Lamb, 13 Basz, 14 Backman, 15 Verschoor, 16 Moilanen, 17 Gadois, 18 Barnicoat, 19 Armstrong, 20 Valtanen, 21 Azedo Sousa, 22 Skaras, 23 Jochimsen, 24 Lessennes, 25 Dahlberg, 26 Roes Andersen, 27 Pits, 28 Baciuska, 29 Maestranzi, 30 Lorandi, 31 Bale, 32 Haublin, 33 Travisanutto, 34 Vigano

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS: 1 HANLEY p.35; 2 Joyner p.27; 3 Tiene p.25; 4 Marcu p.16; 5 Vartanyan p.16; 6 Janker p.14; 7 Van Leeuwen p.11; 8 Nielsen p.10; 9 Vips p.9; 10 Basz p.7. Everyone with VEGA tires

victory. Instead, the battle for the runner-up spots was a whole other story, sweeping away all predictions. At the end of the day, the podium waved the British flag twice as Tom Joyner managed to secure 2nd place, on a strong rise from fourth on grid, followed by an excellent Felice Tiene, 3rd after a determined four-position climb. Instead, Janker and Van Leeuwen, 2nd and 3rd on grid, dropped down to 4th and 5th, followed by fast-paced Marcu, up four positions. As we head into Round 2, Hanley stands as the absolute leader thanks to his full score in Portimao (35 points), followed at a distance by Joyner (27) and Tiene (25). Despite his tough weekend, Vartanyan is also fully in the title contention, 5th behind his teammate Marcu, but on a point-par (16). Janker stands 6th with 14 points, a fantastic result, considering he started the championship from 18th position, while Van Leeuwen follows in 7th, thanks to the 11 points conquered in the Portuguese Final (his initial standing after qualifyings was 11th). With such a contested field, the battle for the 2015 KF title is wide open. The one sure thing is that Ben Hanley and Mad-Croc Karting have found the perfect balance with the support of TM engines. Should they manage to reconfirm their superiority, it will be hard for competitors to contrast them.


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Casper Roes Andersen (FA Kart / Vortex - Ricky Flynn Motorsport)

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Jessica Backman (Kosmic / Vortex - Kosmic Racing Dept)

Tom Joyner (Zanardi / TM Racing - Strakka Bhaitech)

Juan Correa (Energy Corse / TM Racing - Energy Corse)

CHAMPIONSHIP TREND 40 HAnLEY 30

JoYnER tIEnE

20 MARcU - VARtAnYAn JAnKER 10

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GALLERY

BEST OF PORTIMAO

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Entertainment, intense competition, high speed, and breathtaking excitement! The opening act of the 2015 CIK-FIA KF & KFJ European Championship at the Kartódromo Internacional do Algarve offered a thrilling show of top-level racing among the best names in non-shifter karts.

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KFJ - ROUND 1

The KF-Junior started its 2015 European Championship with a crowded field of 63 participants. The one to lead the way after 3 qualifying sessions was Sami Worship (FA Kart/Vortex). Yet, his command was all but secure, with Kenny Roosens (Kosmic/ Parilla) second fastest by a mere 0.070 seconds, followed at an even smaller gap (0.005) by Ulysse De Pauw (Birel ART/Parilla). Behind the tightly-packed top 3, the next fastest of all were Sebastian Personn (Tony Kart/Vortex), Caio Collet (Kosmic/Vortex), and Teddy Wilson (Tony Kart/Vortex). In the Heats, Roosens managed to take control of the field, winning all four of his races and securing the pole position for the prefinal, while Worship dropped from 1st to 4th, constant in each heat, but never able to win. At the end of the day, the surprise came with the names securing the other top spots. Christian Lundgaard (Tony kart/Vortex) secured 2nd place, moving up the standings by 16 positions, thanks to phenomenal performances (victory, third, and twice fourth). Teddy Wilson claimed 3rd place, gaining “just” 3 positions, but making it feel like a lot more, considering how his heats went: winner of

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his first race, a risky drop to 8th in the second, and again winner in his last stint. The names completing the Prefinal’s Top 10 offered more proof the highlycompetitive situation in this year’s KFJ: Antonio Serravalle (Tony kart/Vortex) placed 4th, improving his standing by 3 positions; Clèment Novalak (Tony Kart/Vortex) started the day 10th and ended 5th; Kush Maini (Tony Kart/Vortex) rose from 13th to 7th with great racing (winner of his first heat, then ninth, second, and fifth); Presley Martono (Tony Kart/Vortex) went from 14th to 8th; Bent Viscaal (Tony Kart/Parilla) from 21st to 9th with a heat victory; and Perdana Putra Minang (Tony Kart/Vortex) placed 10th, recovering 15 positions. For all those who went up, one went down: Caio Collet slipped from 5th to 16th in the standings. In the first two heats the Brazilian seemed lost (18th and 17th), then he bounced back with an impressive victory and a 2nd place finish, but his hopes for victory seemed compromised. Just like in KF, with the KFJ qualifying phase offering such an unpredictable scenario, Sunday action had fans glued to their seats. In the Prefinal, the only safe bet proved to be the one on Roosens’ leadership.


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Perdana Putra Minang (Tony Kart / Vortex - Kartronix)

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Ivan Shvetsov (Tony Kart / Vortex - Ward Racing)

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Alex Quinn (CRG / Parilla - CRG SpA)

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Felipe Drugovich Roncato (Kosmic / Vortex - Kosmic Racing Dept)

Clément Novalak (Tony Kart / Vortex - Tony Kart Racing Team )

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KFJ - ROUND 1 RESULTS : PREFINAL & FINAL KFJ - PREFINAL P. N° Name

Material

1 219 Roosens

Kosmic / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex

2 240 Minang 3 208 Lundgaard 4 259 Wilson 5 212 Maini

Fernandez Wahbeh 7 217 Novalak 6 207

Kenny Roosens (Kosmic / Parilla - VDK Racing)

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8 204 Martono

After being so incredibly effective in the heats, the Belgian fully met expectations by scoring another great win, consolidating his claim on the final win. The battle for 2nd place, instead, was suspense-packed and produced a surprise. At the end of another impressive 8-position charge, it was Minang who crossed the finish-line behind the winner, getting ahead of Christian Lundgaard and Teddy Wilson and securing a front row start for the Final. Kush Maini also continued his rise, gaining two more positions to round off the top 5, followed by an absolutely remarkable Sebastian Fernandez Wahbeh (Exprit/Vortex), who plowed his way from 20th to 6th. The other fierce climbers of the Prefinal were David Vidales (Energy Corse/TM Racing), from 26th to 12th; Rasmus Lindh (Ricciardo Kart/ Parilla), from 25th to 15th; Ivan Shvetsov (Tony Kart/ Vortex) from 29th to 17th; Sebastian Persson (Tony Kart/Vortex), from 28th to 18th; and Alex Quinn (CRG/ Parilla), from way down in 32nd to 19th. When the Final started, the heat was on, as they say. While up front Roosens crowned a perfect weekend with the ultimate victory, the battle for the place of honor again produced an exciting change of scenario, with Collet able to make up for his bad luck in the heats by plowing his way up 8 positions and ending the weekend 2nd in the title hunt. Christian Lundgaard, again “relegated” to 3rd place, had the pleasure of

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Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex

KFJ - FINAL P. N° Name

Material

1 219 Roosens

Kosmic / Parilla

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3.849

2 241 Collet

0.222

4.202

3 208 Lundgaard

4.702

4 228 Shvetsov

5.515

5 240 Minang

5.573

6 209 Drugovich

Kosmic / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex

5.637

7 210 Yueyang

6.673

8 217 Novalak

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9 248 Worship

FA Kart / Vortex 6.816

9 253 Quinn

10 241 Collet

Kosmic / Vortex 7.356

10 220 Milesi

11 Viscaal, 12 Vidales, 13 De Pauw, 14 Blomqvist, 15 Lindh, 16 De Wilde, 17 Shvetsov, 18 Persson, 19 Quinn, 20 Drugovich, 21 Legeret, 22 Yueyang, 23 Louko, 24 Sargeant, 25 Milesi, 26 Garcia Lopez, 27 Magnus, 28 Lazzaroni, 29 Lappalainen*, 30 Petelet*, 31 Ponomarenko*, 32 Piastri*, 33 Tonteri, 34 Serravalle * Time penalty of 30 s

FA Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex CRG / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex

Time

0.688 1.005 1.188 1.396 1.552 2.071 2.254 2.446

11 Piastri, 12 Fernandez Wahbeh, 13 Viscaal, 14 Blomqvist, 15 Garcia Lopez, 16 Sargeant, 17 Magnus, 18 De Wilde, 19 Louko, 20 Lazzaroni, 21 Serravalle, 22 Petelet, 23 Lindh, 24 Legeret, 25 Tonteri, 26 Ponomarenko, 27 Worship, 28 Lappalainen, 29 Vidales, 30 Wilson, 31 Martono, 32 De Pauw, 33 Persson NC Maini

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS: 1 ROOSENS p.35; 2 Lundgaard p.25; 3 Collet p.20; 4 Shvetsov p.13; 5 Novalak p.13; 6 Minang p.12; 7 Drugovich p.10; 8 Yueyang p.9; 9 Wilson p.8; 10 Quinn p.7. Everyone with LEcont tires

completing the Round 1 podium. The first name right below the ceremony stage, on Sunday night, was another huge surprise: Ivan Shvetsov. In Portimao, the Ward Racing driver gave a clear example of what it means to be determined: 33rd after qualifyings, he achieved a phenomenal recovery of 29 positions, of which 25 gained just between Prefinal and Final. Behind him, Minang had to make do with rounding off the Top 5, after slipping down 3 positions, while Felipe Drugovich (Kosmic/Vortex) and Sun Yueyang (FA Kart/ Vortex) secured 6th and 7th place, after impressive climbs (up 14 and 15 positions respectively). Along with Alex Quinn, who achieved another great move up from 19th to 9th, the other speed-runners of the Final were Charles Milesi (Tony Kart/Vortex), from 23rd to 10th, and Oscar Piastri (Kosmic Kart/Parilla), up 21 spots in the general standings, almost a record. Coming into Round 2, Kenny Roosens leads with a perfect score (35) and clear superiority: all he missed in Portugal was pole position and just by a few hundredths. Like Ben Hanley and Mad-Croc in the KF, the Belgian and VDK Racing seem to have found the perfect mix. Yet, considering that the PFI offers a very different playing field, it is too early to say. Lundgaard is a “far” 2nd (25 points), followed in tow by Collet (20 points, all from the Portimao Final), and farther off Shvetsov and Novalak (even at 13) and Minang (12).


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Oscar Piastri (Kosmic Kart / Parilla - Cancelli, Frank)

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Sebastian Fernandez Wahbeh (Exprit / Vortex - RB Racing SA)

Marta Garcia Lopez (FA Kart / TM Racing - Garcia, Francisco)

Teddy Wilson (Tony Kart / Vortex - Forza Racing)

CHAMPIONSHIP TREND 40 RooSEnS 30 LUnDGAARD coLLEt

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ENTRY LIST KF - Everyone with VEGA tires No 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 194 195

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Driver Nielsen, Nicklas Verschoor, Richard Hiltbrand, Pedro Tiene, Felice Van Leeuwen, Martijn Basz, Karol Janker, Hannes Hodgson, Oliver Maestranzi, Marco Moilanen, Aatu Marcu, Dionisios Haapalainen, Tuomas Kjaergaard, Nicolai Skaras, Emil Potty, Maxime Horn, Moritz Gadois, Alexandre Semi, Valtteri Chaimongkol, Sasakorn Vartanyan, Alexander Fewtrell, Max Haaga, Anton Travisanutto, Lorenzo Lorandi, Leonardo Verkroost, Bard Correa, Juan Lessennes, Benjamin Roes Andersen, Casper Baciuska, Rokas Tillett, Archie Scherer, Fabio Pasma, Patrik Hanley, Ben Jochimsen, Andreas Peltola, Olli Viiliainen, Ville Barnicoat, Benjamin Cuff, Rory Lennox-Lamb, Jordon Saarelainen, Sami Tiihonen, Niklas Valtanen, Juho Backman, Jessica Joyner, Tom Dahlberg, Alexander Johnsen, Sindre Nerman, Hugo Kry, Niklas Vigano, Matteo Bale, Thomas Michael Vips, Juri Galletto, Francesco Pits, Andry Festante, Aldo Reicher, Simon Armstrong, Marcus Haublin, Thibaut Brutschin, Kevin Szyszko, Szymon

Nat. DNK NLD ESP ITA NLD POL DEU GBR ITA FIN ROU FIN DNK SWE BEL DEU FRA FIN THA RUS GBR SWE ITA ITA NLD USA BEL DNK LTU ITA CHE FIN GBR DNK FIN FIN GBR GBR GBR FIN FIN FIN SWE GBR SWE NOR SWE DEU ITA ARE EST ITA PRT ITA AUT NZL BEL DEU POL

Entrant Tony Kart Racing Team RB Racing SA CRG SpA CRG SpA CRG Keijzer Racing Kosmic Racing Dept TB Motorsport Forza Racing Comer Ward Racing Ward Racing Mad-Croc Karting Ward Racing Ward Racing ASBL Karting Club Condroz TB Motorsport VDK Racing Semi, Harri Maxima Motorsport Ward Racing Ricky Flynn Motorsport GRT Karting Team Kartronix Baby Race Srl Verkroost, Paul Energy Corse CRG SpA Ricky Flynn Motorsport RB Racing SA CRG SpA Comer Strakka Bhaitech Mad-Croc Karting Team Storm Development Mad-Croc Karting Mad-Croc Karting Birel ART Srl Birel ART Srl Birel ART Srl Kohtala Sports Kohtala Sports Kohtala Sports Kosmic Racing Dept Strakka Bhaitech Ward Racing Ward Racing Ward Racing Comer Comer Ricky Flynn Motorsport Ricky Flynn Motorsport Strakka Bhaitech Strakka Bhaitech Forza Racing MM-Racing-Kart Tony Kart Racing Team VDK Racing Team Zinner Speed Kart

Nat. ITA CHE ITA ITA NLD ITA DEU GBR ITA SWE SWE ITA SWE SWE BEL DEU GBR FIN THA SWE GBR SWE GBR ITA NLD ITA ITA GBR CHE ITA ITA SWE ITA DNK ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA FIN FIN FIN ITA SWE SWE SWE SWE ITA ITA GBR GBR SWE SWE GBR LUX ITA GBR DEU POL

Equipment Tony Kart / Vortex Exprit / Vortex CRG / Parilla CRG / Parilla CRG / TM Racing Kosmic / Vortex CRG / Parilla Kosmic / Vortex Top Kart / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Croc Promotions / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex CRG / Parilla Kosmic / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex FA Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Croc Promotions / TM Racing Energy Corse / TM Racing CRG / Parilla FA Kart / Vortex Exprit / Vortex CRG / Parilla Top Kart / Parilla Zanardi / TM Racing Croc Promotions / TM Racing Kosmic / Vortex Croc Promotions / TM Racing Croc Promotions / TM Racing Birel Art / Parilla Birel Art / Parilla Birel Art / Parilla Kosmic / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Zanardi / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Top Kart / Parilla Top Kart / Parilla FA Kart / Vortex FA Kart / Vortex Zanardi / TM Racing Zanardi / TM Racing Tony Kart / TM Racing FA Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Parilla FA Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex


KFJ - Everyone with Lecont tires No 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 290 291 292 293 294 295

Driver Sargeant, Logan Petrov, Artem Martinez Merono, Eliseo Martono, Presley De Pauw, Ulysse Lindh, Rasmus Fernandez Wahbeh, Sebastian Lundgaard, Christian Drugovich Roncato, Felipe Yueyang, Sun Tonteri, Paavo Maini, Kush Lappalainen, Konsta Milell, Noah Leuillet, Tom Legeret, Lucas Novalak, Clément Garcia Lopez, Marta Roosens, Kenny Milesi, Charles Lloveras Brunet, Xavier Viscaal, Bent Ye, Yifei Berets, Ivan Blomqvist, Isac Persson, Sebastian Serravalle, Antonio Shvetsov, Ivan Herencia, Martin Oscar Jose Jonusis, Justas Lazzaroni, Filippo Goldschmied, Dominik Vesti, Frederik Vidales, David Abrusci, Nicola Bogdanov, Dmitrii Man, Robert Martinsson, Filip Lahoz Lopez, Alejandro Minang, Perdana Putra Collet, Caio Weerts, Charles Alatalo, William Hesse, Max Chappard, Franck Höyer, Mikkel Watt, Noah Worship, Sami Kogure, Hikaru Simmenauer, Jean Baptiste Peisselon, Timothy Piastri, Oscar Quinn, Alex De Wilde, Ugo Ptacek, Petr Muizzuddin M., Bin Abdul Jafar Louko, Daniel Magnus, Gilles Wilson, Teddy Petelet, Milane Cameron, Aaron Cohen, Ido Malukas, David Mills, Mario Simonov, Mikhail Szyszko, Maciej

Nat. USA RUS ESP IDN BEL SWE ven DNK BRA CHN FIN IND FIN SWE FRA CHE GBR ESP BEL FRA ESP NLD FRA ARE SWE SWE CAN RUS ESP LTU ITA SVK DNK ESP ITA RUS SWE SWE ESP IDN BRA BEL FIN DEU FRA DNK DNK ESP JPN FRA FRA AUS GBR BEL CZE MYS FIN BEL GBR FRA AUS ISR USA GBR RUS POL

Entrant Ricky Flynn Motorsport DR Srl Praga Kart Racing Baby Race Srl Birel ART Srl Birel ART Srl RB Racing SA Ward Racing Kosmic Racing Dept Ricky Flynn Motorsport Mad-Croc Karting Forza Racing Ward Racing JP Racing Birel ART Srl Birel ART Srl Tony Kart Racing Team Garcia, Francisco VDK Racing Tony Kart Racing Team Strakka Bhaitech Viscaal, Jeroen RB Racing SA Ward Racing Ward Racing Ward Racing Ward Racing Ward Racing DR Srl DR Srl DR Srl Energy Corse Energy Corse Energy Corse Baby Race Srl Baby Race Srl GRT Karting Team GRT Karting Team Kartronix Kartronix Kosmic Racing Dept Kosmic Racing Dept Mad-Croc Karting Mad-Croc Karting Praga Kart Racing Praga Kart Scandinavia Ricky Flynn Motorsport Ricky Flynn Motorsport Tony Kart Racing Team Tony Kart Racing Team Birel ART Srl Cancelli, Frank CRG SpA Ecurie Hesbaye Formula K Gamoto Snc Louko, Mika Magnus, Patrick Forza Racing VDK Racing Kartronix CRG Keijzer Racing Birel ART Srl Birel ART Srl Ward Racing Speed Kart

Nat. GBR ITA CZE ITA ITA ITA CHE SWE ITA GBR ITA GBR SWE SWE ITA ITA ITA ESP GBR ITA SWE NLD CHE SWE SWE SWE SWE SWE ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA SWE SWE GBR GBR ITA ITA ITA ITA CZE CZE GBR GBR ITA ITA ITA LUX ITA BEL ITA ITA FIN BEL GBR GBR GBR NLD ITA ITA SWE POL

Equipment FA Kart / Vortex DR / TM Racing Praga / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Birel Art / Parilla Ricciardo Kart / Parilla Exprit / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex FA Kart / Vortex Croc Promotions / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Exprit / Vortex Birel Art / Parilla Birel Art / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex FA Kart / TM Racing Kosmic / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Zanardi / TM Racing Tony Kart / Parilla Exprit / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex DR / TM Racing DR / TM Racing DR / TM Racing Energy Corse / TM Racing Energy Corse / TM Racing Energy Corse / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Croc Promotions / TM Racing Croc Promotions / TM Racing Praga / Parilla Praga / Vortex FA Kart / Vortex FA Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Birel Art / Parilla Kosmic Kart / Parilla CRG / Parilla Kosmic / Vortex Formula K / Parilla CRG / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex CRG / TM Racing Birel Art / Parilla RK / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex

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TIMETABLE

KF FINAL

KFJ FINAL

June 21

SUN

SAT

June 20

FRI

June 19

June 18

THUR

June 17

WED

ROUND 2 - KF, KFJ - PFI TIME

ACTIVITY

09:00 - 18:00

paddock installation

14:00 - 18:00

sporting check

14:30 - 18:00

collection of tyre vouchers / fuel distribution / technical checks / tyre collection

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 10:20

KF-KFJ free practice session (single) 15 min. each

09:35 - 09:55

KF briefing

10:35 - 10:55

KFJ briefing

10:25 - 12:20

KF-KFJ free practice session (single) 15 min. each

12:20 - 13:20

BREAK / START UP ENGINES

13:25 - 18:20

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

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 10:50

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

09:00 - 12:00

collection of tyre vouchers

10:55 - 13:20

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

13:20 - 14:20

BREAK / START UP ENGINES

14:25 - 16:50

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

17:05 - 18:28

KF-KFJ qualifying practice sessions (alternate)

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 09:50

KF-KFJ warm-up session (single) 10 min. each

09:55 - 12:30

KF-KFJ qualifying heats (alternate)

12:30 - 13:50

BREAK / DEMONSTRATION: HISTORIC KARTS, 2016 OK ENGINE

13:55 - 15:50

KF-KFJ qualifying heats (alternate)

15:55 - 16:30

DEMONSTRATION: HISTORIC KARTS, 2016 OK ENGINE

16:35 - 18:30

KF-KFJ qualifying heats (alternate)

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

START UP ENGINES KF-KFJ warm-up session (single) 15 min. each

09:45 - 10:00

KFJ second chance heat

10:05 - 10:20

KF second chance heat

10:40 - 12:15

PRESENTATION OF DRIVERS / DEMONSTRATION: HISTORIC KARTS, 2016 OK ENGINE

12:20 - 12:40

KFJ prefinal (11 laps)

12:45 - 13:05

KF prefinal (15 laps)

13:05 - 14:45

BREAK / DEMONSTRATION: HISTORIC KARTS, 2016 OK ENGINE

14:50

pre-grid on track

14:55

start grid make-up

15:00

START

15:25

podiums

15:40

pre-rid on track

15:45

start grid make-up

15:50

START

16:20

podiums

16:35

press conference

CIK-FIA EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP - ROUND 2 Informational advertising material. Created by Sorridi Editore in collaboration with WSK Promotion. Photos by CIK FIA and WSK Promotion (photographers: cunaphoto.it, Gabiphoto)

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CIK-FIA European Championship 2015 | PFI  

Round 2 | KF/KFJ | 17-21 June 2015

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