Bulletin 2018-02 has now been posted with immediate effect for 2-Cycle Classes where specified in Event Supplementary Regulations
ASN has just announced the technical specifications for the ROK classes 2018
On September 29th and 30th, the 33rd edition of the Le Mans 24 Heures Karting will share the programme with the very popular 24 Heures for Trucks. So, holders of a 24 Hours for Truck ticket will have direct access to the karting circuit, located close to the Bugatti. For the last three years, the Le […]
With 80 Drivers present in OK and 78 in OK-Junior, the field reached the respectable figure of 158 participants for the first of the four Competitions of the CIK-FIA European Championship and the European Junior Championship.
What should have been just a KZN Regional/Club Karting event, was more like a mini national with competitors travelling from Northern Regions and Western Cape to get in some practice before the Idube track closes for the 1st round of the SARMC National in two weeks’ time. But the KZN boys kept the banner flying high, by clinching five overall wins out of six for the day, with Charl Visser from Cape Town taking the Junior Max Class. The weather played havoc with tyre decisions during qualifying as unpredicted rain hung over the track for most of the morning. ...
The German Kart Championship can look forward to an exciting season 2018. Since the beginning of registration at the end of January, the fields of participants of the four grade series German Kart Championship, German Junior Kart Championship, German Shifterkart Championship and DMSB-Shifterkart-Cup are filling up rapidly. Before the kick-off in Lonato, two classes have already reached their maximum numbers of participants.
re-published from http://www.kart-dm.de http://www.kart-dm.de/en/news/news-detail/article/dkm-felder-vor-dem-auftakt-schon-teilweise-voll/ Die Deutsche Kart Meisterschaft blickt auch 2018 einer spannenden Saison entgegen. Seitdem Einschreibestart Ende Januar füllen sich die Felder der vier Prädikate Deutsche Kart-Meisterschaft, Deutsche Junioren-Kart-Meisterschaft, Deutsche Schaltkart-Meisterschaft und DMSB-Schaltkart-Cup unaufhörlich. Vor dem Auftakt in Lonato sind bereits in zwei Klassen die maximalen Teilnehmerzahlen erreicht. Vom 13.-15. April startet die Deutsche […]
Fuel provider Panta becomes official provider of the German Kart Championship 2018. After a call for proposals, the DMSB chose the corporation from Italy. All four kart grade series DKM (German Kart Championship), DJKM (German Junior Kart Championship), DSKM (German Shifterkart Championship) and DSKC (DMSB Shifterkart Cup) are going to start with the uniform fuel.
Rotax have developed a unique events management system which allows organisers to easily check competitors equipment and now boasts the feature of real time communication between organisers, competitors and officials.
The opening round of the 2018 SP Tools Australian Kart Championship, presented by Castrol EDGE has created history through Lachlan Dalton becoming the first Tasmanian to win a round of the AKC and Aaron Cameron took the first KZ2 round win for JC Kart.
The two leading Vortex-class Champions from season 2017 in the Australian Kart Championship will go head-to-head in this season’s KA1 Championship (Vortex DVS SV) – which starts this weekend in South Australia. Reigning KA1 Champion, Scott Sorensen will face tough competition from last year’s Junior (KA2) Champion, Broc Feeney – who makes the move into senior competition this weekend at the Monarto Karting Complex – around 45 minutes from Adelaide in South Australia. The two were standouts in their respective categories at the Rok International Final in October last year, Sorensen starting the final on the front row and Feeney finishing the elite Junior category in fifth.
Drivers will have their first opportunity to make their play towards the $1000 Bridgestone Super Cup at this weekend’s opening round of the SP Tools Australian Kart Championship, presented by Castrol EDGE – to be held at the Monarto Karting Complex in South Australia.
Jonathan Buxeda and Jackson Rooney impressed with their speed and adaptability at the opening (double header) rounds of this year’s Giltrap Group New Zealand Rotax Max Challenge kart series at Palmerston North over the weekend.
With 114 entries, racing season roared back into action for the GoPro Motorplex Karting Challenge series opener on Saturday. Round One began the 12-Round club championship series at GoPro Motorplex’s 0.7-mile track in Mooresville, N.C. Although a heavy drizzle created an official “Rain Race” event, competitors were able to prove their skill in adverse track conditions and those with rain racing prowess shined.
Despite winter conditions which were still harsh for the machines and men, the 23rd edition of the Winter Cup validated the positive dynamic that prevails this season within Birel ART Racing. Although failing to obtain all of the successes that were possible, the team has achieved many remarkable performances in several categories, starting with the top five for Pizzi in Junior.