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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

The FIA supports the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety

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EDITORIAL Euro Championships of shifter category are today more than ever under the attention of public and media, due to and thanks to very young and talented drivers winners of such Championships in the last years and quickly escalated to the dream of any motorsports competitor, F1. Max Verstappen between 2013 and 2015 has moved from winning the Euro KZ Championship, in addition to the World KZ and Euro KF Championships, to racing in F1. It is a pleasure and an honour to start the 2015 Season knowing, already, that this year’s champions will be potential and likely drivers of tomorrow’s F1! Luca De Donno WSK Promotion President

CONTENTS 02 CIRCUITS

10 FROM KZ TO F1

04 TECH FOCUS

11 STATISTICS

06 2014 CHAMPIONS

12 RULES AND TIRE SPECS

08 GALLERY

14 ENTRY LIST

The KZ and KZ2 European tour

Shifter karts up close

The men to beat

The best of 2014

The Max Verstappen case

Nationalities, engines, and chassis on track

Overview of the main championship rules

The competitors on track in Round 1

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CALENDAR

CIRCUITS Two circuits out of three change in the 2015 calendar of the KZ and KZ2 classes, compared to last year. Genk, in Belgium, stays, but is now the third and last appointment of the Championship, instead of the opening round, while the German and Swedish races will be substituted with the warmer Italian (Sarno) and Spanish (Zuera) appointments.

SARNO - ITALY / ROUND 1 - KZ, KZ2 CIRCUITO INTERNAZIONALE NAPOLI

Track characteristics Length: 1699 m Width: 8-10 m Circuito Internazionale Napoli via Sarno-Palma 84087 Sarno (SA), Italy Tel: +39 081.968229 Fax: +39 081 967101 circuitointernazionalenapoli.com

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ZUERA - SPAIN / ROUND 2 - KZ, KZ2 ZUERA INTNL. CIRCUIT

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 circuitointernacionaldezuera.es

GENK - BELGIUM / ROUND 3 - KZ, KZ2 KARTING GENK INTNL.

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

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DETAILS

TECH FOCUS In the shifter kart class, KZ is the queen category, while KZ2 is the initial category to approach karting with gears. Drivers often move from a very tutorial KF class to a more complete KZ class, which adds performance and the use of gears, preparing to the next step into Formula racing.

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INLET SYSTEM

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For both categories, the technical regulation sets maximum displacement to 125 cc, with bore around 54 mm, and requests reed valve inlet system with 30 mm maximum diameter carburettor.

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3

MATERIALS Composite materials (such as Carbon, Kevlar or Glass fibers), suspension systems and differential systems cannot be used, neither in KZ nor in KZ2.

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WEIGHT The minimum weight limit is for both categories equal to 175 kilograms (kart plus driver).

NUMBERS In both KZ and KZ2 each driver will be entitled to submit to scrutineering the following equipment: two chassis of the same make, two engines of the same make.

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6

TIRES On the performance side, a difference is given by tire make, which is Bridgestone (Medium/Prime) in KZ, and LeCont (Medium/Prime) in KZ2.

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Braking system must be hydraulic and is free in KZ, as long as it complies with specific technical prescriptions, while in KZ2 the system must be homologated. The system has to act on all four wheels with a single control given by the braking pedal. Drivers have the possibility to regulate the balancing of the braking between front and rear tires by acting on a control on the brake pump.

SHIFTER SYSTEM Shifter system and gearbox must be CIK-FIA homologated and can have from three to six gears but is actually six gears on all engines. In KZ2 the gearbox control is mechanical, while in KZ it can be also electromechanical.

BRAKING SYSTEM

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FUEL The FIA World Motor Sport Council has decided to designate, for KZ and KZ2 categories, PANTA as the exclusive supplier of fuel (KART RON 102 type) to be used by each Driver.


KZ and KZ2 categories use identical engines with powers indicatively equal 40 HP. Engine is water cooled with internal water pump. Differences are in the kind of shifter system, in the tire make, and in the obligation of having homologated or not breaking systems. To race in KZ a driver needs to achieve racing merits (titles).

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KZ

6

5 8

2 1 7

3

KZ2

4

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CHAMPIONS

WHO WILL TAKE THE INHERITA The 2014 Intercontinental king and European KZ Champion with Zanardi Strakka Racing is the Belgian Rick Dreezen. Who will take his inheritance in 2015, after Rick has taken it from no less than Max Verstappen?

DREEZEN

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

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PALMARES KZ

2014

Rick Dreezen (B) - Zanardi/Parilla

2013

Max Verstappen (NL) - CRG/TM

2012

Pex Jorrit (NL) - CRG/TM

2011

Paolo De Conto (IT) - Energy/TM

2010

Bas Lammers (NL) - Intrepid/TM

2009

Bas Lammers (NL) - Intrepid/TM


ANCE THIS YEAR? This page is dedicated to the other title winner of 2014, Andrea Dalè. The Italian is a “private” driver and runs with CRG equipment. He has been in the international scene for a while, but nobody expected him to claim the European crown. Today, and until the end of the 2015, he is the new European KZ2 Champion.

DALÈ

KZ2

2014

Andrea Dalè (IT) - CRG/Maxter

2013

Emil Antonsen (N) - DR/TM

2012

Ben Barnicoat (GB) - Art Grand Prix/Parilla

2011

Fabian Federer (IT) - CRG/TM

2010

Paolo De Conto (IT) - Energy/TM

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

2009

Lombardo Angelo (IT) - Tony kart/Vortex

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GALLERY

BEST OF 2014

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KZ and KZ2 2015 Championships will once more be the last step to defining the champions that will then move into Formula racing. Europe, the heart and highest level of karting competition, will once more be the geographical birth area of the champions of tomorrow. Italy, Spain and Belgium will be this year’s locations, and will surely lead to fantastic racing and spectacular events!


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FROM KZ TO F1

MAX VERSTAPPEN He is the real talent coming from karting, the ambassador of our sports, and the living proof that a strong kart champion has talent also to be a strong Formula and F1 driver! He is the real talent coming from karting, the ambassador of our sports, and the living proof that a strong kart champion has talent also to be a strong Formula and F1 driver! In three years Max Verstappen has stepped from karting to F1, the first and last driver that will be in F1 before the age of eighteen, as FIA has changed rules, defining minimum age at eighteen. Max is actually unique in his talent, already evident in 2013, when he won the KZ World and European Championship titles and the KF European Championship title. After having won almost everything there was to win in karting in one single year, Max has moved to FIA F3 Championship, where he has won more races than any other driver in that same year, ten, but was finally “only� third in the Championship. So many wins have taken him, at the age of seventeen, to F1, and he has become the younger driver ever to race in F1. After two races in 2015, balance is he has retired in the opening race of Australia, but has reached the 7th position in Malesia, obtaining, with his Scuderia Toro Rosso, championship points, and setting once more an age record, becoming the youngest driver to achieve points in the F1 Championship.

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STATISTICS

FIGURE IT OUT Ten different nationalities in the KZ 2015 Championship, nine of which, totalling 26 drivers, are European, and one driver from the USA, for a taste of competition in the old Continent. Tm is well ahead as for the number of drivers both in KZ and KZ2, while 15 are the different chassis brands in KZ. A huge presence of Italians with 27 drivers, out of total 65, ready to start the KZ2 Championship this year. European, but also drivers from the USA, Japan, Russia and the Emirates. On the chassis side, CRGs seem to be greatly requested, could it be because private driver Andrea Dalè won last year’s Championship?

KZ2

NATIONALITIES

KZ ITA FIN FRA SWE

NLD

GBR

HRV

USA

BEL CZE

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27

4

6

3

5

2

4

1

3

NLD DEU SWE

ENGINES

12

FRA ESP

DNK

2 1

ITA

LTU POL

JPN

USA

RUS

PRT

IRL

HRV

ARE

CHE

33 8

4

6

2

1

CHASSIS

5

1

2

4

16

6

4

3

2

1

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REGULATIONS CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM In both categories, the Championship runs over THREE (3) rounds. Each round comprises Free Practice, Official Qualifying Practice, Qualification Heats with the possibility of a Second Chance Heat*, and a final phase, including the Prefinal (one or two)* plus the Final. In each round, points are assigned to the Top 10 of the Intermediate Classification and the Top 15 of the Final race. For each category, the title of CIK-FIA European Champion will be awarded to the Driver with the most points at the end, after the worst Intermediate and Final results have been discarded. (*Depending on the number of participants).

ELIGIBLE KARTS & EQUIPMENT The Championship is reserved respectively for KZ1 and KZ2 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 Bridgestone “slicks” (Bridgestone is the official provider for both categories, tires will be allocated by random draw). Karts must be presented in full double configuration (“dry” and “wet”) and ready for use, complete with engines. for both categories, 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).

STARTING PROCEDURE 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 second penalty, while leaving the corridor and/or overtaking will be sanctioned with a 10 second 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 require another Formation Lap.

NEW POINT SYSTEM

The “hot” phases worth points towards the Championship title are the HEATS and the FINAL. Points will be assigned to the TOP 10 of the combined Intermediate Standings (established after the Heats) and the TOP 15 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 12


TIRES FOCUS SUSPENDING & RESUMING A RACE In case of any dangerous conditions, such as an accident blocking the way, the Track Clerk/Race Director may decide to stop the race, by showing 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 slow down and will be directed either to the Service Park entrance, or asked to stop on track. If the race is suspended definitely, results will correspond to the track order 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 re-start in “slow” mode (signalled by the yellow flag).

KZ

The KZ category uses BRIDGESTONE as exclusive supplier of YMM DR10 F/Z Prime 10X4.50-5 (front) and YMM DR11 F/Z Prime 11X7.10-5 (rear) for slick tires, YLP WER 10X4.50-5 (front) and YLP WER 11X6.00-5 (rear) for «wet weather» tires. Three sets of slick tires are permitted for free practice and warm-ups, while two sets are usable for Qualifying Practice until the Final. The number of «wet weather» tires reserved for Free Practice and Warm-Ups is not limited. Maximum two sets of new «wet weather» tires for Qualifying Practice, Qualifying Heats, Second Chance Heat and final phase, are permitted.

KZ2

LECONT is the exclusive supplier of the tires. The tires supplied will be as follows: LP11 F/Z Prime 10X4.50-5 (front) and LP11 F/Z Prime 11X7.10-5 (rear) for slick tires, W LH06 10X4.505 (front) and W LH06 11X6.00-5 (rear) for «wet weather» tires.

MAXIMUM SETS OF «SLICK» TIRES RESERVED Free Practice and Warm-ups: three sets of new «slick» tires (in the first CIK competition of the year in which a driver is entered in a CIK competition (and Wild Card Drivers) in the KZ2 category). Two sets of new «slick» tires plus one set of previously allocated «slick» tires of a CIK competition of the current year in the KZ2 category (in all other CIK competitions of the current year in which a driver is entered in the KZ2 category). From Qualifying Practice until the Final: two sets of new «slick» tires Sets of «wet weather» tires: 2 sets of new «wet weather» tires for Qualifying Practice, Qualifying Heats, Second Chance Heat and final phase. The number of «wet weather» tires reserved for Free Practice and Warm-Ups are not limited. 13


ENTRY LIST KZ - Everyone with BRIDGESTONE tires No

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Driver

Dreezen, Rick Thonon, Jonathan Ardigo, Marco Lammers, Bas Lennox-Lamb, Jordon Pex, Jorrit De Conto, Paolo Hajek, Patrik Hanley, Ben Torsellini, Mirko Abbasse, Anthony Kozlinski, Arnaud Camponeschi, Flavio Fore, Davide Puhakka, Simo Kokko, Henri Kuovi, Jan Iglesias, Jérémy Buran, Alessandro Marinelli, Natan Backman, Andreas Lundberg, Douglas Paauwe, Menno Tujula, Tuomas Dalè, Andrea Carlton, Gary Habulin, Kristijan

Nat.

BEL BEL ITA NLD GBR NLD ITA CZE GBR ITA FRA FRA ITA ITA FIN FIN FIN FRA ITA ITA SWE SWE NLD FIN ITA USA HRV

Entrant

Birel ART Srl Praga Kart Racing Tony Kart Racing Team Formula K Birel ART Srl Pex Racing Team CRG SpA Praga Kart Racing Mad-Croc Karting DTK Racing Team Poland Sodikart Sodikart Tony Kart Racing Team CRG SpA CRG SpA Dino Racing A/S Kuovi, Jan Alpha Karting BRM Racing BRM Racing Kosmic Racing Dept Kosmic Racing Dept Birel ART Srl Mad-Croc Karting Dalè, Andrea GforceRacing TBkart Srl

Nat.

Equipment

ITA CZE ITA ITA ITA NLD ITA CZE ITA POL FRA FRA ITA ITA ITA DNK FIN FRA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA

Ricciardo Kart / Parilla Praga / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Formula K / Parilla Birel Art / Parilla Intrepid / TM Racing CRG / Maxter Praga / Parilla Croc Promotions / TM Racing Ricciardo Kart / TM Racing Sodi / TM Racing Sodi / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex CRG / Maxter CRG / Maxter Dino Kart / TM Racing Parolin / TM Racing Alpha Karting / TM Racing BRM / TM Racing BRM / TM Racing Kosmic / Vortex Kosmic / Vortex Birel Art / TM Racing Croc Promotions / TM Racing CRG / Maxter Intrepid / Modena Engines TB Kart / Modena Engines

KZ2 - Everyone with LECONT tires No

301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318

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Driver

Federer, Fabian Siebecke, Maik Norris, John Johansson, Joel Zanchi, Matteo Kremers, Marijn Corberi, Luca Romkema, Ricardo Specken, Guust Piccini, Alessio Pescador, Jorge Carlos Pex, Stan Paskevicius, Paulius Törnqvist, Benjamin Zanchetta, Marco Rhyn, Rudolf Camplese, Lorenzo Mandozzi, Giorgio

Nat.

ITA DEU IRL SWE ITA NLD ITA NLD NLD ITA ESP NLD LTU SWE ITA CHE ITA ITA

Entrant

CRG SpA SRP Racing Team Mach 1 Motorsport Energy Corse GP Racing Birel ART Srl Tony Kart Racing Team KSW Birelart Austria PDB Racing Team Tony Kart Racing Team Praga Kart Racing Pex Racing Team Kartingo klubas MsKart CRG Holland Alpha Karting Solgat Motorsport Formula K Birel ART Srl

Nat. Equipment

ITA DEU DEU ITA ITA ITA ITA DEU NLD ITA CZE NLD LTU NLD FRA DEU ITA ITA

CRGSPA / Maxter CRG / Modena Engines Mach 1 / TM Racing Energy Corse / TM Racing GP Racing / TM Racing Birel Art / Parilla Tony Kart / Vortex Birel Art / Parilla Gillard / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Praga / Parilla Intrepid / TM Racing Energy Corse / TM Racing CRG / TM Racing Alpha Karting / TM Racing Birel Art / TM Racing Formula K / Parilla Birel Art / Parilla


No

319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 391 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399

Driver

Nilsson, Brandon Idzkowski, Bartosz Hiltbrand, Pedro Horio, Fuma Tiene, Felice Rosati, Fabrizio Steeman, Pepijn Van Haandel, Chantal Bernardotto, Enrico Cebrian Ariza, Gerard Giannoni, Lorenzo Mosca, Tommaso Myers, James Spinelli, Loris Sportella, Giovanni Fontaine, Paul Gonzales, Nicolas Cavalieri, Alberto Lorkowski, Tom Josef Besancenez, Paolo Laurent, Thomas Azedo Sousa, Yohan Engman, Kevin Celenta, Francesco Mazzali, Massimo *Rasmussen, Nikolaj Babington, Sean Tilloca, Luca Bottiroli, Antoine Schmitz, Alexander Pieruszek, Kevin Schultheiss, Marcel Musio, Luigi Prosperi, Oliver Enrico Negro, Riccardo Martynyuk, Maxim Bild, Mads Fasberg, Andreas Fuoco, Leonardo Giambo, (V. Giambattista) Tellone, Pasquale Cane, Gianluca Tovilavicius, Dziugas Iacovacci, Francesco Kovacic, Juraj La Gala, Alberto Pezzolla, Federico

Nat.

SWE POL ESP JPN ITA ITA NLD NLD ITA ESP ITA ITA USA ITA ITA FRA FRA ITA DEU FRA FRA PRT SWE ITA ITA DNK ARE ITA FRA DEU DEU DEU ITA ESP ITA RUS DNK DNK ITA ITA ITA ITA LTU ITA HRV ITA ITA

Entrant

Nat. Equipment

Flandria Kart Sweden DTK Racing Team Poland CRG SpA CRG SpA CRG SpA CRG SpA CRG Holland CRG Holland Maranello Kart Maranello Kart Maranello Kart Maranello Kart Scuderia PCR Srl Scuderia PCR Srl Scuderia PCR Srl Alpha Karting Alpha Karting Gold Kart Racing Team Gold Kart Racing Team Goudant, Cédric Goudant, Cédric Strakka Bhaitech Strakka Bhaitech Celenta, Francesco Mad-Croc Karting Dino Racing A/S Energy Corse GforceRacing GP Racing KSM Racing Team KSW Birelart Austria Mach 1 Motorsport Palmisano, Michele Medoro Prosperi, Oliver Enrico Renda, Antonio SRP Racing Team TK Racing Tony Kart Racing Team Giambo, (V. Giambattista) Giambo, (V. Giambattista) Tellone, Giovanni BRM Racing DR Srl Iacovacci, Franco KK ‘1’ La Gala, Alberto Scuderia PCR Srl

SWE POL ITA ITA ITA ITA NLD NLD ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA FRA FRA LTU LTU FRA FRA SWE SWE ITA ITA DNK ITA ITA ITA DEU DEU DEU ITA ESP ITA DEU DNK ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA ITA HRV ITA ITA

Birel Art / Vortex Ricciardo Kart / TM Racing CRGSPA / Maxter CRGSPA / Maxter CRGSPA / Maxter CRGSPA / Maxter CRG / TM Racing CRG / TM Racing Maranello / Modena Engines Maranello / TM Racing Maranello / Modena Engines Maranello / TM Racing PCR / TM Racing PCR / TM Racing PCR / TM Racing Alpha Karting / TM Racing Alpha Karting / TM Racing Righetti Ridolfi / Modena Engines Righetti Ridolfi / Modena Engines

Tony Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Zanardi / TM Racing Zanardi / TM Racing Parolin / TM Racing Croc Promotions / TM Racing Dino Kart / Parilla Energy Corse / Parilla Intrepid / Modena Engines GP Racing / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex Birel Art / Parilla Mach 1 / TM Racing Parolin / TM Racing CRG / TM Racing CRGSPA / TM Racing CRG / Modena Engines Energy Corse / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex CRG / TM Racing CRG / CRS CRG / Maxter BRM / TM Racing DR / TM Racing DR / TM Racing TB Kart / Modena Engines CRG / SGM PCR / TM Racing

* subject to the decision of the ASN

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TIMETABLE

KZ FINAL

KZ2 FINAL

April 19

SUN

SAT

April 18

FRI

April 17

April 16

THUR

April 15

WED

Round 1 - KZ, KZ2: SARNO TIME

ACTIVITY

09:00 - 18:00

paddock installation & sporting check

14:30 - 18:00

collection of tyre vouchers & fuel distribution

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 10:00

KZ-KZ2 free practice session (single) 15 min.

09:15 - 09:35

KZ briefing

10:15 - 10:35

KZ2 briefing

10:05 - 13:20

KZ-KZ2 free practice sessions 15 min. each

13:20 - 14:20

BREAK

14:25 - 18:30

KZ-KZ2 free practice sessions 20 min. each

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 10:25

KZ-KZ2 free practice session (single) 20 min.

09:00 - 12:00

Tyre vouchers collected from the manufactures

10:30 - 12:30

KZ-KZ2 free practice session (single) 20 min.

12:30 - 13:30

BREAK / START UP ENGINES

13:35 - 16:50

KZ-KZ2 free practice sessions 15 min. each

17:05 - 17:58

KZ2 qualifying practice sessions

18:05 - 18:28

KZ qualifying practice sessions

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 10:20

KZ-KZ2 warm-up sessions 15 min.

10:25 - 12:40

KZ-KZ2 (alternated) qualifying heats (9 laps)

12:40 - 13:40 13:45 - 17:30

BREAK / START UP ENGINES KZ-KZ2 (alternated) qualifying heats (9 laps)

08:35 - 08:55

START UP ENGINES

09:00 - 09:55

KZ-KZ2 warm-up sessions 15 min.

10:00 - 10:15 10:35 - 11:05

KZ2 second chance heat presentation of drivers

11:25 - 11:45

KZ2 prefinal (12 laps)

11:50 - 12:10 12:10 - 13:30

KZ prefinal (12 laps) BREAK / START UP ENGINES

13:35

pregrid on track

13:40

start grid make-up

13:45

START

14:15

podiums

14:25

pregrid on track

14:30

start grid make-up

14:35

START

15:05

podiums

15:20

press conference

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