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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 the opening round of the KZ/KZ2 europeans in Sarno, Italy, here we go with the ďŹ rst act for the KFJ and KF categories, in Portimao, Portugal. From the maximum performance shifter action we are moving on to the show powered by single ratio transmission engines, where driving must be absolutely precise and speed through bends becomes crucial for overall performance and fast lap times. this is why the KF and KFJ categories are compared to the direct drive 100 cc karting of the past and are considered fundamental for driver development. the KF Junior, in particular, is becoming the real basis of the sport, where young drivers come of age as professionals and lay the ground work for their future growth in motorsports. Luca De Donno WSK Promotion President

CONTENTS 02 - CIRCUITS

11 - STATISTICS

04 - 2014 CHAMPIONS

12 - FROM KARTING TO F1

06 - KF AND KFJ COMPARED

14 - KF AND KFJ ENTRY LIST

08 - GALLERY

16 - TIMETABLE

3 top-notch venues for 2 Championships

Enaam Ahmed and Callum Ilott

The key engines and chassis differences

Highlights from last year’s show

Nationalities and Manufacturers

Those who made it to the top

The drivers aspiring for the title

The Portimao event schedule

10 - REGULATIONS

The main rules shaping the Championship

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CALENDAR

CIRCUITS the 2015 cIK-FIA european championship runs over 3 rounds for both the KF and the KFJ. the categories will run jointly for all the three events. the kick off is in Portimao (Portugal), from here the action will move to Brandon (UK), where both classes closed off the 2014 title hunt, and the final round is in Kristianstad (Sweden), where the KFJ held its third match last year.

PORTIMAO - PORTUGAL / ROUND 1 AUTODROMO INTERNACIONAL DO ALGARVE

THURSDAY, MAY 07, 2015 SUNDAY, MAY 10, 2015 Track characteristics Length: 1531 m Width: 8.5-10 m Autódromo Internacional do Algarve Mexilhoeira Grande 8500-148 Portimao, Portugal tel: 351 282 405 650 Fax: +351 282 405 697 email: kia@parkalgar.com www.autodromodoalgarve.com

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BRANDON - UK / ROUND 2 PF INTERNATIONAL KART CIRCUIT

THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 2015 SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 2015 Track characteristics Length: 1382 m Width: 8 m PF International Kart Circuit nG32 2AY, Lincolnshire 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

KRISTIANSTAD - SWEDEN / ROUND 3 ASUM RING

THURSDAY, JULY 23, 2015 SUNDAY, JULY 26, 2015 Track characteristics Length: 1231 m Width: 8.5 m Asum Ring Box 5023, Asum Kristianstad, Sweden tel: +46 70 630 68 41 e-mail: pn@butiksinredningar-osby.se www.kristianstadkarting.se

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TITLE HOLDERS

2014 CHAMPIONS 2014 was the year of the Brits, with enaam Ahmed in KFJ and callum Ilott in KF claiming the title of cIK-FIA european champion in their respective classes. Both aces are now on to the next brilliant step in their careers, facing their first season in formula racing. the field is thus clear for two new champions to emerge. May the battle begin!

ENAAM AHMED

PALMARES KFJ

2014

Enaam Ahmed (GB) - FA Kart/Vortex

In 2014 Enaam Ahmed won almost everything there was to win in the KFJ category, including the CIK-FIA European and World Championships, giving a seamless show of his superior talent and of the competitive edge of the Ricky Flynn Motorsport team and the FA chassis/ Vortex engine combination. This year Ahmed is debuting in the premiere edition of the UK’s FIA-certified MSA F4 Formula Series, with the Arden Motorsport Team. The team chose to take the 15 year old on board after following his great karting career and seeing it reach an all-time high last year.

2013

Lando Norris (GB) - FA Kart/Vortex

KF3

2012

George Russell (GB) - Intrepid/TM

2011

George Russell (GB) - Intrepid/TM

2010

Alexander Albon (GB) - Intrepid/TM

2009

Nyck De Vries (NL) - Zanardi/Parilla

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CALLUM ILOTT

KF

2014

Callum Ilott (GB) - Zanardi/Parilla

2013

Max Verstappen (N) - CRG/TM

KF2

2012

Ben Barnicoat (GB) - Art GP/Parilla

2011

Sami Luka (B) - Energy/TM

2010

He started the 2014 season as one of the big favorites of the KF and he ended it as class Champion! Last year, Callum Ilott battled his way to the top with the Zanardi Strakka Racing team, guided by Dino Chiesa’s vast expertise, and powered by the successful Zanardi chassis/Parilla engine “package”. Today, the 16 year old from Hertfordshire has just completed a winter program of comprehensive F3 testing with Carlin Motorsport and is ready to step on track for the Formula 3 European Championship with the Red Bull Junior team. The amazing achievement confirms that Ilott is a natural born talent, but it also proves once again that karting prepares young drivers to become great motorsport stars.

Nicolaj Møller Madsen (DK) - Energy/TM

2009

Jordan Chamberlain (GB) - Tony Kart/TM

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TECH FOCUS

KF AND KFJ COMPARED the technical difference between KF and KFJ karts translate in different levels of chassis and engine performance, matching the fact that the KF is for more experienced drivers, while the KF-Junior caters to younger talents. the only factor that goes in favor of more performance for the KFJ category is the lower minimum weight limit.

KFJ

KF

NO

YES

Rpm limit

14,000

15,000

Carburetor diameter (max)

20 mm

24 mm

Combustion chamber volume (min)

12 cc

9 cc

Exhaust ports angle

170째

194째

Option - LeCont

Option-Vega

NO

YES

145 kg

158 kg

ENGINE Power valve

CHASSIS Tires Front brakes Minimum weight (kart plus driver)

In terms of engine, the first visible difference between the two classes is the presence of the power valve only in the KF (positioned near the exhaust port on the cylinder). This valve helps to give more elasticity to the engine over a wide range of revolutions. While not visible from the ourside, there are, however, other key engine differences. The electronic ignition is limited at 14,000 revs in KFJ and at 15,000 in KF. The minimum volume of the combustion chamber is 12 cc for the KFJ and 9 cc for the KF. The internal diameter of the carburetor is also different: in the KFJ it is set at 20 mm and in the KF at 24 mm, allowing a greater amount of mixture to reach the engine. Finally, the exhaust port

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angle is also more limited in the KFJ, maxing out at 170째, while in the KF it can reach 194째. In terms of chassis, there are two main differences. The first has to do with tire make: this year the official providers are LeCont for KFJ and Vega for KF. The other major chassis difference has to do with the brake system: the KF-Junior prohibits the use of front brakes, while the KF category allows for them. Finally, the classes also differ in terms of minimum weight allowed for the kart plus driver. Since Junior drivers generally weigh less, the KFJ sets the minimum weight at 145 kg. KF regulations raise the bar by 13 kg, for a limit of 158 kg.


KF Front brakes are allowed KF karts run on higher performance engines, thanks to the presence of the exhaust valve, an extra 1,000 revs and a greater carburetor diameter

Vega tires

Minimum weight: 158 kg

Front brakes prohibited LeCont tires

The KFJ engine has the rev limiter set at 14,000, the carburetor diameter at 20 mm max, and the combustion chamber volume set at 12 cc

No exhaust power valve

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GALLERY

BEST OF 2014

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the 2014 edition of the KF and KFJ european championships offered incredible racing and plenty of passion on some of the best circuits in the old continent, the cradle of karting! Here are some postcards to remember last year’s show as we wait for new thrills!


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REGULATIONS

THE KEY RULES CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM the KF and KFJ european championship is run over three rounds per class. each round comprises a final phase divided in Pre-Final and Final or Pre-Final 1, Pre-Final 2 and Final depending on the number of participants. Final championship standings are established considering 80% of the results of each driver, rounded up or down to the nearest figure. the worst Intermediate Post-Heat result and the worst Final result will be discounted.

ELIGIBLE KARTS & EQUIPMENT each driver is entitled to the following equipment: 2 chassis and 2 engines (those marked at Scrutineering), 2 sets of «slick» tires and two sets of «wet weather» tires for use from Qualifying Practice until the Final phase.

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 completely 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 field. 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 with starting procedures, s/he will call for another formation lap by switching on the orange light.

SUSPENDING & RESUMING A RACE In case of an accident blocking the track or dangerous driving 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, the following rule applies: all karts must reduce speed and return to the service park. If the race is a Heat, a Prefinal, or a Final, the following rule applies: all karts must reduce speed and will be directed either to the service park entrancem or asked to stop on track. If the race is suspended definitely, the order of arrival at the end of the lap prior to the stop counts as the final classification. If the race is set to resume, drivers will be warned at least 10 minutes in advance. the race will resume under “slow” speed (yellow flag).

POINT SYSTEM

The “hot” phases worth points towards theChampionship 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 10


STATISTICS

FIGURE IT OUT the KF and KFJ european championship is one of the most important events of the year and it shows from the many nationalities represented on track. In terms of chassis and engine brands, instead, the field is far from even. Yet, quantity doesn’t necessarily mean victory, so we’ll have to wait for the Portimao track to give its verdict.

KF

KFJ

FIn

NATIONALITIES

ItA GBR SWe

PRt DnK

nLD

DeU

BeL

RUS

tHA

FRA

RoU

PoL

eSP

nZL

noR

ARe

LtU

cHe

eSt

AUt

ENGINES

USA

9

8

8

7

7

6

5

5

4

4

3

3

1

eSP FRA SWe BeL RUS BRA

2 1

30

36

17

14

14

13

IDn

DnK

FIn

GBR

ItA

USA

Ven

cHn

InD

cHe

nLD

ARe

cAn

JPn

AUS

cZe

MYS

ARG

LtU

SVK

DeU

CHASSIS

1

1

2

3

5

8

11

14

25

8

5

4

3

2

1

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THE ONES WHO MADE IT

FROM KARTS TO F1 Karting is the best training for young talents who want to follow their dream of becoming an F1 driver. of course, only a few reach the final goal, but the confirmation of the excellent training offered by the KF and KFJ can only be found by looking at today’s F1 champions. Look at them in action, back in their early days or in recent practice runs.

VETTEL Sebastian Vettel was born on 3 July 1987 in Heppenheim, West Germany. He started karting at the age of three and started racing competitively when he was eight, in 1995. Over his eight-year karting career, Vettel won the German Junior Karting Championship, the Monaco Kart Cup and the 2001 European Junior Karting Championship. The following year he was sixth in the Senior ICA Kart Championship and then moved on to car racing. In 2010 he became the youngest ever Formula 1 world champion and held on to the title for four years after that. He is now an official Ferrari driver.

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LEWIS HAMILTON The two-time F1 world champion, currently in the lead of the 2015 season with Mercedes, won the European Karting crown in the FA class back in 2000. That was just the first of many successes conquered on his way to F1. In fact, from there the Brit went on to win the title in F. Renault and in F.3 and then closed his “training years” as GP2 champion.

WILL STEVENS Born in England in 1991, Will Stevens won the KF2 European title in 2007. That was his “big year” in karting, because that same season he also won the KF2 AsiaPacific Cup. Stevens is the living proof of how far karting can lead up the motorsport ladder. Today he is Manor’s number one driver in F1.

MICHAEL SCHUMACHER “I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, karts are my true love … after my wife, of course!” – this is how the 7-time F1 World champion commented his experience in Sarno in 2013. Many years before that, the German (to whom the karting world sends endless love) conquered the European karting crown. It was 1987 and the class was the ICA, what is now called KF.

SEBASTIEN BUEMI Swiss, 26 years old, Sebastien Buemi became European Champion in 2002. His website still speaks about that success: “it’s one of the victories he is most proud of”. The statement means a lot considering it refers to a guy who is the reigning title holder of the World Endurance Championship, the third driver of the Red Bull F1 team and official E-Dams driver in Formula E.

JENSON BUTTON In 1997 Jenson Button signed his name on the first achievement of what would turn out to be an endless list, winning the European Championship in Formula Super A. Twelve years later, he conquered his first (and for now only) world title in Formula 1. Today he races with McLaren next to Fernando Alonso.

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ENTRY LIST KF - Everyone with VeGA tires No 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 196 197 198 199

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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 Pinto, Diogo Ferreira, Joao Dos Santos Carvalho, Miguel Azedo Sousa, Yohan

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 PRT PRT PRT PRT

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 Scuderia PCR Srl Baby Race Srl CRG Keijzer Racing 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 Comer Ferreira, Paulo Rui Scuderia PCR Srl Strakka Bhaitech

Nat. ITA CHE ITA ITA NLD ITA DEU GBR ITA SWE SWE ITA SWE SWE BEL DEU GBR FIN THA SWE GBR SWE ITA 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 ITA PRT ITA SWE

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 PCR / TM Racing Tony Kart / Vortex CRG / 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 / Vortex FA Kart / Vortex Tony Kart / Vortex Kosmic / Parilla Top Kart / Parilla Croc Promotions / Parilla PCR / TM Racing Zanardi / TM Racing


KFJ - Everyone with Lecont tires No 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 296 297 298 299

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, M. 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 Belizario, Ruan Munoz Fernandez, Adrian Longhi, Luca Ponomarenko, Milen

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 BRA ESP ARG RUS

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 Kids To Win C.E. Kids To Win C.E. Scuderia PCR Srl Team Komarov

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 ESP ESP ITA RUS

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 Tony Kart / Vortex PCR / TM Racing Tony Kart / LKE

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TIMETABLE

KF FInAL

KFJ FInAL

May 10

SUn

SAt

May 09

FRI

May 08

May 07

tHUR

May 06

WeD

ROUND 1 - KF, KFJ: PORTIMAO TIME

ACTIVITY

09:00 - 18:00

paddock installation

14:00 - 18:00

sporting check

14:30 - 18:00

collection of tyre vouchers & fuel distribution

15:00 - 18:00

technical checks & tyre collections

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 09:20

KF free practice sessions 15 min.

09:35 - 09:55

KF Briefing

09:25 - 10:20

KFJ free practice sessions 15 min.

10:35 - 10:55

KFJ Briefing

10:25 - 18:50

KF-KFJ free practice sessions 20 min. each

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 10:50

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

09:00 - 12:00

collection of tyre vouchers

10:55 - 13:20

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

13:20 - 14:20

BREAK / START UP ENGINES

14:25 - 16:50

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

17:05 - 18:28

KF-KFJ qualifying practice sessions

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 10:20

KF-KFJ warm-up sessions 15 min.

10:25 - 13:00

KF-KFJ (alternated) qualifying heats

13:00 - 14:00 14:05 - 18:10

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

08:00 - 08:20

START UP ENGINES

08:25 - 09:40

KF-KFJ warm-up sessions 15 min.

09:45 - 10:00 10:05 - 10:20

KFJ second chance heat KF second chance heat

10:40 - 11:10

Presentation of drivers

11:30 - 11:50 11:55 - 12:15

KFJ prefinal (10 laps) KF prefinal (14 laps)

12:15 - 13:15

BREAK / START UP ENGINES

13:20

pregrid on track

13:25

start grid make-up

13:30

START

13:55

podiums

14:10

pregrid on track

14:15

start grid make-up

14:20

START

14:50

podiums

15:05

press conference

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