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Team > France

Professionnel renommé et responsable de Jana Racing, Nicolas Moni s'est vu confier récemment par OTK Kart Group la distribution de la gamme complète des châssis EXPRIT Racing Kart, du Minikart au KZ, ainsi que des pièces détachées de la marque pour le sud de la France, soit plus de 40 départements et une dizaine de régions.

 

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Vous pouvez joindre Jana Racing (Nicolas Moni) par téléphone au +33 607 876 328 ou par mail à l'adresse: contact@jana-racing.com.

 

 

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Evenement National > Iame Belgium

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Pour ce qui sera déjà la deuxième des trois épreuves au menu de sa saison 2016, le Championnat de Belgique de Karting met le cap vers Francorchamps en ce week-end du premier mai. Alors que les leaders actuels auront à cœur de creuser l'écart, les malchanceux du premier rendez-vous devront impérativement viser la victoire. Avec environ 150 pilotes attendus, voilà qui promet de solides batailles dans les Ardennes !

L'ouverture du Championnat de Belgique de Karting, qui s'était tenue les 12 et 13 mars à Mariembourg, est déjà bien loin. Depuis lors, les pilotes ne se sont pas reposés, un grand nombre d'entre eux ayant disputé d'autres épreuves (internationales ou régionales) pour garder le rythme et affûter leur matériel. Mais dans leur agenda, les 30 avril et 1er mai occupent une place en vue ! Car la deuxième des trois épreuves de la compétition nationale sera cruciale dans la course au titre.

Comme d'habitude, deux manches qualificatives sont programmées dimanche dès 9h20 pour toutes les catégories, une première attribution de points pour le championnat se faisant déjà sur base du classement intermédiaire. Ensuite, les sept Finales désigneront les vainqueurs du jour à partir de 15h30. 

 

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Team > Action Karting

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A peine un an après ses débuts en compétition Minikart, Louis Iglesias commence à faire parler la poudre. Au volant de son châssis OK1, il a réalisé des prouesses lors de l'épreuve d'ouverture de la NSK 2016 à Angerville. Après un bon 5e temps au chrono, le fils du boss de Kart In Pro, Yannick Iglesias, a rencontré de nombreux soucis dans les manches qualificatives et c'est de la 20e position qu'il s'élançait en préfinale. Le festival commençait par une remontée de 13 places en 12 tours, ce qui n'est pas banal, et se poursuivait en finale puisque Louis se battait comme un lion pour monter sur la 2e marche du podium. Bien servi par la compétitivité de son OK1, il signait là des performances de tout premier plan au niveau national.

 

Dans le même temps, un autre pilote IP Karting se faisait remarquer. Formé à la Kart Driver Academy, Léo Portos menait son châssis Praga dans le top 5 avec une belle régularité tout au long de la compétition. Le Champion régional Rhône Alpes 2015 est bien parti pour briller à l'échelon national en 2016 au sein du Team Foti.

 

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Orange avec OK1 ou bleus avec Praga, les châssis IPK importés en France par Action Karting prouvent course après course qu'ils sont les meilleurs compagnons des jeunes pilotes qui montent. Au vu des résultats enregistrés depuis 2015 et des performances réalisées en ce début de saison, le bon choix n'est pas difficile à faire pour briller sur le devant de la scène.

 

 

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FEDERATION > Equipe de France Karting

The two young drivers of the Equipe de France FFSA Karting made their debut last weekend in CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy on the circuit Aunay les Bois / Essay. With the new federal collective organization and the active support of the FFSA, they were able to give their best and obtain significant results: pole position and 3rd place overall for Mialane and 8th position with excellent times for Imbourg.

 

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Thomas Imbourg and Thomas Mialane, the two drivers selected this year to represent France in this competition directly from the Cadet class, have no real international experience. To meet this challenge, the FFSA Pole Top Level has revised its strategy to give them the best chance to establish themselves among the 51 entries in the CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy. Beyond support for almost all of their costs, both Thomas's enjoy particularly competent supervision. In the light of past experience, Christophe Lollier and Marc Berteaux decided to entrust the technical aspect of the competition for specialists: Didier Blot, a renowned trainer of young talent, and technical and engine specialists from the Auto Sport Academy played the role of team manager and engineers with high efficiency.


Once the minor problems at the start of meeting with new float bowl carburettors were resolved, the staff managed the set-up of the Exprit / Vortex OK-Junior made available by the official supplier OTK Kart Group perfectly despite changing weather. Several exchanges of engines by drawing lots ensured the sporting fairness of the competition.


Thomas Mialane was able to adapt to the Exprit chassis well. Lacking speed slightly during the test sessions, he reversed the trend by setting the fastest time in Timed Qualifying at Aunay les Bois. He then continued with consistency in the top three of the competition and is 2nd in the provisional Trophy classification.


Thomas Imbourg had a more complicated competition starting further back in the Qualifying Heats. His motivation enabled him to rectify the situation in the closing stages and he finished in a very good 8th position which places him in the top 10 of the Trophy. This result is particularly encouraging for Imbourg as he is pursuing a Cadet season in parallel on very different equipment to the OK-Junior used in Academy Trophy.

 

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Christophe Lollier, National Technical Director: "We can be satisfied after the first event of the Academy Trophy. Our young drivers have done very well, finishing 3rd and 8th in the Final, but the conditions were not easy to manage throughout the weekend. Our new organisation has been proven and the young people were able to focus on managing their racing. Their hard work, their listening and ability to adapt are a pleasure to see. This competition allowed us to identify some issues to address while setting new goals. Victory will be in focus at the next meeting at the end of June at Portimao. Until then, we will have time to prepare, in particular by spending two days at the Portuguese circuit using the equipment made available by the FFSA."

 

 

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International > CIK WSK Promotion

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The celebrations on the podium closed the first racing weekend of the CIK-FIA season in Essay (F). The battles on the track had many different protagonists; the top drivers of the Pre-finals and the Finals of the European CIK-FIA Championship were not the same drivers that we saw at the top in the heats and that we regarded as the frontrunners of this first round. On the Aunay-les-Bois circuit, the 2016 Championship started off with a bang; the great show of kart racing will continue in the second round of Zuera (E) on 15th May for the KZ category, and in Adria (IT) on 5th June for the KZ2. While waiting for the next event, it will be useful to enjoy once again the crucial moments of the weekend thanks to the special TV report on the channel Motors TV next week.

 

Ardigò overtakes and wins in KZ.
Once again, Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega) had to beat the odds to win the race after a qualifying session which relegated him in the second row of today's Pre-final. The Italian driver clarified his intentions winning ahead of the Belgian Rick Dreezen (Ricciardo Kart-Parilla). But that was not all, given that in the Final it was the French Jeremy Iglesias (Sodi-TM) Ardigò's most dangerous rival. The French kept the lead for several laps, always closely pursued by the Italian who, eventually, passed his rival and won the race. Flavio Camponeschi (CRG-Parilla), too, put in a terrific performance: he was always in the three top positions and, with only one lap left to go, he overtook Iglesias and scored the second position.

 

Corberi wins the first round in Z2.
Stan Pex (CRG-Vortex-Vega) dominated in the heats but the finale was completely different. The Dutch, after winning the Pre-final 1, was overtaken by the Italian Luca Corberi (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega) at the start of the Final. Corberi managed to pull away and kept the head of the race rather easily. Behind him, the battle between the pursuers was tough. Eventually, the Italian Fabian Federer (CRG-Modena Engines) had the upper hand. Pex fought against the Italian Leonardo Lorandi (Tony Kart-Vortex), before the French Paolo Besancenez (Tony Kart-Vortex) closed the gap and scored a well deserved third place behind the winner Corberi and the runner-up Federer.

Bradshaw achieves success in the Academy.
Callum Bradshaw succeeded in the first round of the CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy, the single-make series run on Exprit chassis powered by Vortex. The young British driver had already showed to be in great shape during the heats, then, in the Pre-final, he won ahead of the French Thomas Mialane. The Final was another triumph: Bradsaw kept the leadership from the start until the end ahead of the Danish Mads Hansen and Mialane, who scored the remaining podium positions. The second round will be hosted by the facility in Portimao (P), at the weekend of 26th June.

 

 

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