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Evenement National > FFSA Karting

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Le Championnat de France Karting Minime-Cadet de la FFSA met le cap à l'Est pour son deuxième rendez-vous de la saison 2011. C'est le circuit de l'Enclos, à Septfontaine, entre Dole et Pontarlier, qui accueillera la manifestation les 2 et 3 juillet prochains en même temps que la Coupe de France Minikart. Les spectateurs pourront apprécier le talent des plus jeunes pilotes nationaux, à partir de 7 ans pour les Minikarts, lors d'une compétition de haut niveau. Le circuit de l'Enclos offrira un cadre particulièrement adapté à ce challenge grâce à son tracé vallonné et sélectif en s'appuyant sur l'expérience reconnue de toute l'équipe du club.

 

Le dossier de presse de la compétition de Septfontaine est disponible en téléchargement pour vous permettre de faire profiter vos relations et partenaires de tous les détails de cette épreuve.

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International Event > "U18" World Karting Championship

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From 34 the number of karts placed at our disposal by Parolin for the Academy Trophy in 2011 is increased to 51.


Right from the launching of this new Championship concept the CIK-FIA had decided to make it accessible to as many countries and ASNs as possible (National Sporting Authorities). In 2010 no fewer than 33 nations were thus represented therein. For 2011 it will even be extended and there will be 43 nationalities in the starting-blocks. With the exception of Germany, Argentina and Slovakia, all the nations which participated in 2010 have again entered a selection process. While some ASNs have re-entered their 2010 ambassador (Greece, Russia, Macau, Hong Kong, Monaco and Romania), most Federations have nominated new recruits. To the list of countries present in 2010 are added in 2011: Bulgaria, Hungary, Turkey, Ukraine, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, India, the United Arab Emirates, Iran, Venezuela and a few nations from which no licence-holder had ever been entered in a CIK-FIA Championship: Albania, Bahrain and the Sultanate of Oman.


The CIK-FIA Academy Trophy therefore opens itself and meets this initial function assigned to it by the CIK and FIA: the promotion of Karting at the World level, with the contribution of the sporting Federations members of the FIA.

 

 

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Team > SODI

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The Sodi Racing Team moved to Germany last weekend with a double programme: European KZ1 Championship for Anthony Abbasse and first round of the World KF1 Championship for Alex Baron, Anthoine Hubert, and Loïc Réguillon. While KF1 drivers were busy developing their new equipment with special tyres, Abbasse could use his experience to show a great performance in KZ1. But nothing was really simple during the Wackersdorf meeting.

 

KZ1 drivers had to adapt in a hurry to the tyre change decided by the CIK at the last minute, which rendered ineffective all the setup work already made. Abbasse lost a lot already in timed qualifying, but recovered to 9th after the qualification heats. Things got even worse in the final phases, when he could race for no more than 4 laps! He was forced to retire on the very first lap for an engine problem and his tyres fell to pieces alarmingly in the final race, forcing him to drive in slow motion and to retire after 3 laps. And that was it.

 

KF1 held the first meeting of its new World Championship in Wackersdorf. French drivers unanimously deplored an excess of aggressiveness during races and the fact that officials inflicted no penalties. Sodi official team drivers managed to exploit the full potential of their karts even in these difficult circumstances, but there is still some development work to be done with the team to aim for the top of the standings. Despite his limited training in 2011, Loïc Réguillon used all his experience to climb to 8th in Race 2 and to 9th in Race 4, before a penalty forced him down the order. Alex Baron re-entered the top 10 on Saturday, but had to retire after a few laps during the second race. Anthoine Hubert raised the pace race after race and concluded in 9th place in Race 4.


Official Website: www.sodiracingteam.com

 

 

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Pilote > Dorian Boccolacci

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Une Chevrolet Spark, c'était la récompense promise au meilleur performer, toutes catégories confondues, de la 7ème Coppa del Vesuvio, disputée sur le circuit de Sarno. Quelques pilotes de renom avaient profité du prochain déplacement à la WSK Euro Series de La Conca pour faire une halte au pied du Vésuve et ainsi préparer la Coupe du Monde au passage, rêvant peut-être de repartir avec un étonnant gros lot.

 

Au volant d'un kart revigoré, le châssis et le carburateur étant défectueux à Ostricourt, Dorian Boccolacci a mis le feu à la concurrence en terre napolitaine. Le samedi, c'était pole position, victoires et meilleurs tours en finale 1 et 2. Tout le monde était rassuré dans l'équipe. Le dimanche, le score aurait pu être identique après qu'il ait remporté la finale 3, mais une rude bataille avec Paolo Besancenez dans la 4ème finale l'empêchait de terminer sur le podium.

 

Qu'importe, Dorian a été très rapide durant tout le week-end et le moral est au beau fixe ! D'autant qu'il est désormais le propriétaire envié de la fameuse Chevrolet, sa première voiture. Reste maintenant à passer le permis...


Site officiel: www.dorianboccolacci.com

 

 

Info Kartcom / © Photomontage Chevrolet - KSP FX


Team > CRG

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In occasione del Campionato europeo KZ1 di Wackersdorf, i piloti CRG non sono riusciti ad esprimersi al meglio, come invece avrebbero potuto legittimamente sperare. In un circuito poco adatto a gare con macchine di questa potenza, i numerosi contatti e i problemi alle gomme hanno frenato lo slancio vincente dei Men in Black, che avevano dominato la categoria nelle altre gare. La CRG si è però presa la rivincita con il titolo europeo KZ2 conquistato da Fabian Federer e il terzo posto di Mirko Torsellini, in una categoria dove i suoi telai sono sempre stati ben rappresentati.

 

Quasi il 25% dei partecipanti al Campionato europeo KZ2 ha infatti gareggiato su telai CRG, un bel attestato di stima da parte dei piloti di tutta Europa. Il primo a portare i colori CRG sotto i riflettori è stato Francesco Celenta, grazie alla pole position nelle prove cronometrate e alle due vittorie di manche. È stato poi il turno di Mirko Torsellini, con ben 5 vittorie nella fase di qualificazione. Fabian Federer ha dato il proprio contributo con il secondo posto in prefinale e il massimo risultato in finale e Torsellini ha completato il successo della CRG con una rimonta dal 7° al 3° posto e il miglior tempo sul giro durante la gara.

 

Grazie a uno dei CRG/Maxter più competitivi, Jonathan Thonon era partito con ottime prospettive di un grande risultato in KZ1, dopo la pole position nelle prove cronometrate, una vittoria di manche e un miglior tempo in prefinale, ma è stato tradito da pneumatici difettosi in finale. È stato Davide Forè a uscirne meglio con un 5° posto, mentre Arnaud Kozlinski, più arretrato, segnava il giro più veloce della finale. L'Euro KZ1 2011 ha lasciato l'amaro in bocca al CRG Racing Team, che però ha tutte le intenzioni di rifarsi alla Coppa del mondo che si terrà il prossimo settembre.


Sito ufficiale: www.kartcrg-racingteam.com

 

 

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