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At its meeting on 8 March 2011 in Paris and on proposals of the International Karting Commission Members, the FIA World Motor Sport Council took in particular the following decisions concerning Karting:

 

2011 CIK-FIA «U18» World Karting Championship and CIK-FIA Academy Trophy

The point scoring systems for the CIK-FIA U18 World Karting Championship and CIK-FIA Academy Trophy have been amended to encourage Drivers to participate in the whole series still with a chance to have a good place in the final classification of the Championship if they had a poor result in the first of the three Events.


In the U18 World Championship, points will be allocated to the 34 Drivers qualified for the Final (except those who did not take the start or were excluded), according to the following scale: 50-45-41-38-36-35-34-33-32-31-30- (...) -15-14-13-12-11-10-9-8-7.


Additional points, from 6 to 1, will also be allocated to the top 6 classified Drivers in the consolation event called the “B” Final, reserved for Drivers classified between the 35th and 68th places after the qualifying heats.


An initial point allocation will take place after the qualifying heats on the basis of the standard scale for the top 15 classified Drivers of the intermediate classification (25-20-16-13-11-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1).


The top 40 classified Drivers in the Academy Trophy will also be rewarded. In 2011, the number of participants will be increased from 34 to 51. After having qualified in the heats, 28 Drivers will participate in the two-part final phase: Race 1 and Race 2. After each race, points will be allocated according to the new scale: 50-45-41-38-36-35-34-33-32-31-30- (...) -18-17-16-15-14-13.


The 23 Drivers having failed to qualify further to the heats will be invited to participate in a consolation event on the Sunday afternoon, the first 12 classified Drivers scoring a few points (from 12 to 1).


As a reminder, entries for the U18 World Championship will be limited to 102. They will open from Friday 1st April (via www.cikfia.com). The entry fee now includes the renting of the standardised paddock structure (3x4.5m per Driver) preinstalled by the CIK-FIA. Engines and tyres will be supplied on a free basis to all Drivers. When the latter enter, they will only have to choose amongst the 15 entered chassis makes the one with which they wish to compete.


Entries for the Academy Trophy will also be open from 1st April. A place amongst the 51 available will be granted per country. It is up to each ASN to select the Driver who will represent it.


2011 CIK-FIA World Karting Championship (KF1)

To strengthen the impact of the opening round of the 2011 CIK-FIA Karting World Championship in Suzuka (JPN), an additional 20 Drivers from the Asia-Pacific region will be allowed to participate in the first Event. An entry session will be open for this purpose on Friday 1st April (via www.cikfia.com/web/karting/webkarting.nsf/entryforms?openview). Taking into account these extra participants (54 in total), the programme of the first Event of the World KF1 Championship will exceptionally include qualifying heats and so an additional set of tyres will be allocated to each participant.


The minimum weight of KF1 karts (Driver included) is reduced from 160 to 158 kg.


Homologation Regulations

As from the next chassis homologation session the limitation to 4 in the number of makes that can be homologated by one and the same Manufacturer will be deleted.


The possibility to use hand-controlled front brakes in KF1 and KF2 is extended by 3 years, until 31 December 2014.


«ClasCIK» Karting

In order that ASNs can monitor and supervise the organisation, formatting and safety of historic Karting Events, new Guidelines have been introduced for single-kart parades, multi-kart demonstrations and regularity competitions. Karts will be divided into four “ClasCIK” categories according to their age, with further sub-divisions depending on the type of transmission and engine capacity. The Guidelines also include safety prescriptions for karts and equipment, as well as a minimum age for eligible Drivers according to the engine capacity of the kart.

 

 

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Pilote > Beitske Visser

10/03/11 - 11:47

Visser photographe ?

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Un nouveau photographe KSP ? Beitske Visser a voulu passer de l'autre côté de l'objectif à La Conca, histoire de voir un instant la vie à travers le viseur d'un Nikon D3, la bête de course utilisée par Philippe Kalmès sur les circuits de karting. Mais la jeune pilote néerlandaise ne dévie pas pour autant de son objectif, la victoire en piste. C'est sans doute le plus beau cadeau qu'elle pourrait s'offrir pour son anniversaire : elle a tout juste 16 ans aujourd'hui.

 

Gelukkig Birhday Beitske !

 

 

Info Kartcom / © Photo KSP


Pilote > Gabriel Aubry

10/03/11 - 09:15

Aubry on tour 2011

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De retour du stage FFSA 10-15 au Mans, Gabi Aubry a retrouvé le chemin de la compétition avec sa première épreuve de l'année, l'Interclub d'Angerville, sa première course en Cadet, les 5 et 6 mars. Il avait eu le temps de se préparer deux semaines auparavant avec Thomas Mich, sans utiliser cependant l'ensemble du matériel 2011.

 

Si le soleil était au rendez-vous dans l'Essonne, la température est restée fraîche à cause d'un vent de Nord particulièrement refroidissant. Lors de la courte séance chrono du samedi, 6 tours, Gabi signe le 3ème temps, légèrement déçu. Les choses sérieuses commencent dimanche avec les manches de qualification. Bousculade de rigueur à Angerville dans le premier virage de la 1ère, Gauthier Becq en profite pour s'échapper tandis que Gabi, concentré, remonte progressivement jusqu'à la 5ème place. Motivé, il prend le large dès le départ de la deuxième et garde son avance jusqu'à l'arrivée.

 

En 1ère ligne pour la préfinale, mais à l'extérieur ce qui est une position délicate à Angerville, Gabi sort tout de même 4ème et remonte sur Gauthier qui cale dans le 1er tour. Il prend la tête en même temps que le large, en gérant son avance. Derrière, les pilotes se bagarrent, mais Maxime Brient se révèle très rapide en fin de course.

 

Le scénario se répète lors de la finale, parcourue à la 1ère place de bout en bout, mais Gabi doit faire face au retour de Maxime dans les 3 derniers tours et remporte la victoire pour 6 millièmes de secondes après une dernière boucle pleine de suspense. Le pilote est en forme et le nouveau casque va vite ! Néanmoins, il faudra surveiller de près Maxime Brient dans les prochaines courses...

 

Cette belle journée s'est close sur un incident malheureux. Le directeur de course s'est fait renverser par un pilote de la Nationale au départ de la finale et il a dû être évacué à l'hôpital. Nous lui souhaitons un prompt rétablissement tout en rendant hommage à tous les bénévoles qui nous permettent de pratiquer notre sport favori.

 

Site officiel: www.gabi-aubry.fr

 

 

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Pilot > Max Defourny

Belgian young driver Max Defourny made his KF3 debut in the WSK Master Series at La Conca. Though ready after his good results in Belgium in 2010 and some serious training, this was certainly a hard challenge for Max given the presence of several more experienced drivers.

 

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Driving his Intrepid/TM did not give him any problems and he concluded official timed qualifying 9th in his group - that is 26th out of 73 attending competitors - on a track that was still difficult. Then Max stayed at a good level during the heats, despite the rain.

 

«During warm-up, on Sunday morning, Max went off the track on a water trace left by the driver who was preceding him, explained Alain Boumal, his extraordinary technician. Then several other karts bumped into his kart, and even climbed over it. He was caught in a tangle of chassis and we got really scared. His leg and sides were hurt, so it was not reasonable to let him continue, despite his understandable willingness to do so. In addition to that, his kart was damaged».

 

Max decided to privilege the rest of the season and did not attend the last qualifying heat. An intelligent choice, which will soon allow him to fully exploit in Sarno the potential shown at the beginning of the meeting.


 

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