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Latest decision of the FIA World Motor Sport council concerning karting

Latest decision of the FIA World Motor Sport council concerning karting
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A number of changes to the Sporting Regulations have been approved for the 2022 season of the FIA Karting Championships, Cups and Trophies.
LIMITATION ON THE NUMBER OF TYRES USED IN PRACTICE
In an effort to better control operating costs, a maximum of four sets of new slick tyres will be allowed in practice sessions. This includes Thursday’s practice day, except for the first session where tyres are provided free of charge, Friday’s official Free Practice and Warm-up sessions. This measure does not affect Superkart or Academy.
Application from 1st January 2022.
RACE FORMAT
The duration of Qualifying Practice is reduced from eight to six minutes.
The Qualifying Phase is completed by one (or two) Super Heat(s) depending on the number of participants. Longer than a Qualifying Heat, the Super Heat (15 to 20 km) takes place at the end of the Qualifying Heats to give drivers an additional opportunity to reach the Final.
Application from 1st January 2022.
FIA KARTING WORLD CUP – KZ2
The FIA Karting International Super Cup – KZ2 will now be called the FIA Karting World Cup – KZ2. 
Application from 1st January 2022.
TYRES
Following a call for tenders, the official tyre suppliers for the 2022 season are as follows:
VEGA has been selected for the exclusive supply of OK-Junior tyres.
MG has been selected for the exclusive supply of OK tyres.
LeCont has been selected for the exclusive supply of KZ, KZ2 and FIA Karting Academy Trophy tyres.
 

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