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International > Trofeo Andrea Margutti

Si presenta con un eccezionale parterre di piloti il Trofeo Andrea Margutti in programma questo fine mese al South Garda Karting di Lonato. Sono infatti circa 200 i piloti iscritti all’evento che fra l’altro quest’anno celebra la 25ma edizione di questa storica manifestazione voluta per ricordare il giovane Andrea Margutti, stella emergente del karting, scomparso a Parma il 14 ottobre 1989.

 

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E’ tutto pronto quindi a Lonato per ospitare dal 27 al 30 marzo questo importante evento internazionale inserito nel calendario CIK-FIA, su una pista che fra l’altro per l’occasione si presenta rinnovata in molti punti del tracciato con l’installazione di ulteriori misure di sicurezza.

 

Il Trofeo Andrea Margutti si presenta quindi ancora una volta con un gran bel numero di piloti in tutte e quattro le categorie, tutti pronti a onorare al meglio la manifestazione per poter scrivere il proprio nome nel sempre più prestigioso Albo d’Oro.

 

Tanti i top-drivers presenti, con circa il 60% di piloti stranieri, tanto che saranno circa 30 i paesi rappresentati. Ottima l’affluenza anche nella massima categoria, la KZ2, che vedrà al via addirittura oltre 60 piloti. Qui fra i maggiori candidati alla vittoria si ripresenta il croato Kristian Habulin del team KK1, vincitore della scorsa edizione, ma fra i molti che cercheranno il successo si inserisce anche il campione italiano Alessandro Giulietti, il pilota di casa Luca Corberi, oltre a Andrea Dalè, Marco Pastacaldi, Marco Zanchetta, Antonio Piccioni, Luca Tilloca e tanti altri protagonisti del karting internazionale.

 

In KF gli occhi saranno puntati soprattutto sul Campione del Mondo Junior dello scorso anno AlessioLorandi e sul Campione Europeo Lando Norris. Ottime possibilità di farsi valere anche per il russo Egor Stupenkov (terzo lo scorso anno), Alexander Zhirkov e Andrea Moretti, così come per il rientrante Francesco Iacovacci.

 

Fra i tantissimi protagonisti della KF Junior, di fronte per un bel duello si troveranno anche il vincitore dello scorso anno, l’inglese Daniel Ticktum, e il vincitore della recente Winter Cup, l’inglese Enaam Ahmed. Fra i candidati alla vittoria anche il russo Alexander Vartanyan. Fra gli italiani, spicca la presenza di Lorenzo Travisanutto, oltre a Giuliano Alesi, figlio dell’ex pilota F1 Jean Alesi, e di Leonardo Lorandi.

 

Molto nutrita la presenza di piloti anche nella 60 Mini, con tantissimi protagonisti, fra i quali anche il coriaceo Giuseppe Fusco e il recente vincitore della WSK Champions Cup, il malese Muizzuddin.

 

Il modulo di iscrizione e tutte le informazioni nel sito www.trofeomargutti.com

 

 

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FEDERATION > CIK-FIA

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The CIK-FIA Yearbook of Karting Sport is an official FIA publication which comes out at the beginning of each year.


It includes in particular the regulations governing the international activity of Karting sport, namely the FIA International Sporting Code and the sporting as well as technical and circuits regulations.
The Yearbook is updated periodically during the current year trough the publication of the CIK Official Bulletin. It’s a French-english bilingual publication.

 

The 2014 CIK-FIA Yearbook of Karting Sport is now available and may be ordered at www.cikfia.com.

 

 

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Pilote > Benjamin BAILLY

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Le Belge Benjamin Bailly, 5e du Championnat du Monde KF1 en 2007, reprend du service en karting cette saison en tant que pilote officiel du team RS Competition de Robert Schlünssen. Benjamin est chargé du développement des Tony Kart dans le cadre du Rotax Max Euro Challenge et roulera également en Championnat d'Allemagne. Lors de la 1ère course de l'année, la Rotax Winter Cup de Kerpen, il a enregistré de très bonnes performances. 2e de la préfinale, il a été accroché en finale, mais est parvenu à revenir 5e avec des temps excellents. La victoire était à portée de main, ce qui est très positif pour la suite de la saison. 

 

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International > KARTCOM

18/03/14 - 11:33

The 2014 season is launched

After three major international events, the Winter Cup and the WSK Champions Cup, the 2014 season is now well underway. At this time of the year, everything happens in Italy, and the weather has generally been mild compared to previous years. The teams are set up, and everyone is working hard to be ready for the next deadlines which are the WSK Super Master Series at the end of the week and the CIK-FIA European Championships which will start during May.

 

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2014 looks pretty good for the sport with entries which are quite decent considering the difficult economic environment. In KZ2, the professionals fight among themselves, sometimes with completely youthful energy. Paolo De Conto (Birel / TM), Ben Hanley (ART GP / TM) and Jorrit Pex (CRG / TM) have been the winners of the first three races. In KF, the hierarchy is far from settled and there are variations in performance from one race to the next. Alessio Lorandi (Tony Kart / TM) has two wins, but lost to Karol Basz (Tony Kart / Vortex) in standings of the WSK Champions Cup. Enaam Ahmed (FA Kart / Vortex) has swept the premier ranks of KF-Junior, closely followed by his compatriot and teammate Max Fewtrell who has progressed well, while Daniel Ticktum (Zanardi / Parilla) and Mick Junior (Tony Kart / Vortex) have shown good performances.

 

Beginning in Spain at Campillos, European competition in Rotax will have to wait for early April to properly take off at Genk (BEL). Racing has resumed for a few weeks in Britain and in Belgium, as well as in France where the regional championships open the action. To be continued ...

 

 

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International > CIK-FIA

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An experienced driver who made his debut in KF2 in 2007, the Pole Karol Basz is a regular at the front of international races. Ranked 5th in the World KF1 Championship in 2011, he finished fourth this year in the KF European Championship and the World Championship. The KF International Super Cup run at Sarno gave him his first win in a CIK-FIA race.

 

"I was very well prepared for this event. From qualifying, despite difficult conditions, I saw that my equipment was very competitive and I was able to get pole position. During the heats, in the rain, it was not easy, even though we were very quick at Sarno. I kept my position anyway. In the Prefinal, the track was dry but slippery and I had very good speed and won easily.

 

"In the final, everything worked well, but Nielsen joined me. I let him go and I waited a few laps gently keeping my tyres cool. I understood that he had asked a lot of his tyres to catch me and he was now less effective. I led the last four laps and managed the situation until the end, closing the doors in the final laps. The win was decided at the last corner, but I really wanted it and wasn't going to concede!"

 

 

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