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Produit > USA

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Rendu célèbre par la superbe vidéo parodique Ken Box, le Crazy Cart de Razor a fait également la une du stand de la FFSA à Kid Expo. Désormais disponible en France autour de 600 €, le kart électrique roi du drift et du 360 devrait se retrouver sous le sapin de nombreux amateurs de fun dans quelques semaines grâce à une large distribution en magasin et en ligne. Conçu pour des enfants à partir de 9 ans, Crazy Cart est aussi utilisable, et très utilisé, par les adultes qui savent rester jeunes dans leur tête. 

 

Son concepteur Ali Kermani a repris le volant pour une seconde vidéo inspirée par un célèbre pilote de drift. Voici Ken Box 2:

 

 

 

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Evènement Régional > France

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Il semble bien qu'il n'y aura pas de 43e Grand Prix de Menton en 2015. Tout au moins, pas à Menton. La ville vient en effet d'informer les responsables de l'ASK Menton que la course ne pourra pas avoir lieu en 2015. La baisse du nombre de participants, les nuisances sonores et l'emplacement problématique à cause de travaux l'an prochain, voilà ce qui peut expliquer cette annulation. A moins que la ville de Menton n'ait décidé de ne plus donner d'espace aux sports mécaniques. 

 

La réaction de René Martiny, le président de l'ASK Menton, ne s'est pas fait attendre: " Il faut impérativement maintenir le Grand Prix de Menton au calendrier 2015. Nous allons devoir opérer un repli vers un circuit permanent. Brignoles, même s'il n'est pas dans notre département, est le plus proche." 

 

Tous les soutiens possibles seront les bienvenus pour que le Grand Prix de Menton perdure, d'une manière ou d'un autre. 

 

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Info Kartcom / © Photo ASK Menton - Patrick Varotto


FEDERATION > CIK

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At its meeting on 3rd December 2014 in Doha (QAT), the World Motor Sport Council of the FIA took the following decisions regarding Karting.

 

Adjustment of the Regulation for time penalties
Article 24 of the CIK-FIA Specific Prescriptions has been adapted to clarify that the time penalties will also apply to the Second Chance Heat and the final stages, with no possibility of appeal.

 

New front spoiler fixing
Article 31 has been added to the CIK-FIA Specific Prescriptions to define the correct installation of the front fairing by using the front fairing mounting kit.

 

Validation of the 2015 Sporting calendar

 

April 19th; Sarno (ITA)
CIK-FIA European Championship for KZ, 1st Round
CIK-FIA European Championship for KZ2, 1st Round

 

April 26th; Sugo (JPN) *
CIK-FIA Asia-Pacific Championship for KF, 1st Round

 

May 10th; Portimao (PRT) *
CIK-FIA European Championship for KF, 1st Round
CIK-FIA European Championship for KF-Junior, 1st Round

 

May 24th; Zuera (ESP)
CIK-FIA European Championship for KZ, 2nd Round
CIK-FIA European Championship for KZ2, 2nd Round
CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy, 1st Round

 

June 7th; Donington (GBR) *
CIK-FIA European Superkart Championship, 1st Round

 

June 21th; PF International (GBR) *
CIK-FIA European Championship for KF, 2nd Round
CIK-FIA European Championship for KF-Junior, 2nd Round

 

July 5th; Le Mans (FRA)
CIK-FIA European Superkart Championship, 2nd Round

 

July 12th; Genk (BEL)
CIK-FIA European Championship for KZ, 3rd Round
CIK-FIA European Championship for KZ2, 3rd Round
CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy, 2nd Round

 

July 26th; Kristianstad (SWE) *
CIK-FIA European Championship for KF, 3rd Round
CIK-FIA European Championship for KF-Junior, 3rd Round

 

August 2nd; Assen (NLD) *
CIK-FIA European Superkart Championship, 3rd Round

 

September 13th; Le Mans (FRA)
CIK-FIA World Championship for KZ
CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy, 3rd Round
CIK-FIA International Super Cup for KZ2

 

September 27th; La Conca (ITA) *
CIK-FIA World Championship for KF
CIK-FIA World Championship for KF-Junior

 

October 11th; Macau (MAC) *
CIK-FIA Asia-Pacific Championship for KF, 2nd Round
CIK-FIA Asia-Pacific Championship for KF-Junior
CIK-FIA Asia-Pacific Championship for KZ

 

* Subject to approval or re-approval of the circuit

 

 

Info CIK-FIA / © Photo KSP  


FEDERATION > FIA

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The CIK-FIA World will remain the benchmark Competitions for the 2014 season with the crowning of a great experienced Driver, Marco Ardigo, in KZ and two young British hopeful Lando Norris in KF and Enaam Ahmed in KF-Junior.

 

A third world title for Ardigo

Often the fastest KZ for several seasons, Marco Ardigo (Tony Kart-Vortex-B'stone) has

often been hit by bad luck. He finally landed in a third world title at Sarno (ITA) which rewards his perseverance as well as the hard work of his team, the Tony Kart Racing Team. Second in qualifying, winning his two heats, and dominating in the Prefinal, Ardigo fought to maintain the lead early in the final before making the difference at the end of the race. His teammate Flavio Camponeschi (Tony Kart-Vortex-B'stone) always maintained the pressure and took the second step of the podium in front of Rick Dreezen (Zanardi-Parilla-B'stone), the European Champion. Paolo De Conto (Birel-TM-B'stone) was allowed to challenge the domination of the future champion by taking the lead of the final for a moment, but Mirko Torsellini (Birel-TM-B'stone) finally grabbed fourth position.

 

« I wanted more than ever to win the World Championship. I stayed very focused lap after lap. When De Conto passed me in the Final, I was not impatient. I had total confidence in my equipment, I waited until the grip came back to my chassis to attack. In general the first World Championship is the most important in a career. But for me, it means just as much as I missed out on it several times. »

 

Norris crowned in KF class

Lando Norris was 14 years old when he was crowned CIK-FIA World KF Champion at Aunay-les-Bois (FRA), which made him the youngest Driver to win a title at this level. Although the Danish Driver Nicklas Nielsen (Kosmic-Vortex-Dunlop) was the favourite at the end of the Qualifying Heats on Saturday night. On Sunday, the wet weather changed all that. Nielsen was involved in an accident in the Prefinal while Tom Joyner (Zanardi-Parilla-Dunlop) won the race. In the Final, the hierarchy was still evolving with the takeover by the young British rookie Lando Norris (FA Kart-Vortex-Dunlop) who had his chance after collecting second place during the Competition. He was joined on the podium by two other young talents, the Russian Nikita Mazepin (Tony Kart-Vortex-Dunlop) and the Indian Jehan Daruvala (FA Kart-Vortex-Dunlop).

 

 « I managed to set the second fastest time in Qualifying. I was able to keep second position at the end of the Qualifying Heats, but Nielsen was very strong at that time. In the Final, the first few laps were very lively! I did not take any more risks than was necessary behind my team-mate Daruvala. I took the lead at the halfway point. Everything worked fine, I was able to get a lead and I won with the fastest lap. »

 

Ahmed: the revelation of the year

The young British hopeful, Enaam Ahmed (FA Kart-Vortex-Vega), aged 14, won every possible international Championship in his second year in KF-Junior, a unique feat that will be remembered. After winning the CIK-FIA European Championship, he was won the World crown during the Competition at Aunay-les-Bois (FRA) at the end of a perfect Competition at the top of the KF-Junior category. The German Mick Junior (Tony Kart-Vortex-Vega) was on the second step of the podium after a very strong track record, while the Venezuelan Mauricio Baiz (Kosmic-Parilla-Vega) created a surprise by finishing third after recovering from a long way back.

 

« It was an amazing weekend! I won a lot of Races this year, but I've never dominated for an entire Competition. I got my first Pole Position of the season in Qualifying and stayed ahead until the Final. It was fantastic! »

 

 

Info & © Photo FIA


FEDERATION > FFSA Karting

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Parmi tous les champions récompensés par la FFSA lundi soir, Sophie Perrin a crevé l'écran des Folies Bergère d'une manière tout à fait enthousiasmante . Placée sur le devant de la scène, la jeune championne de France Minimes a fait preuve d'une aisance et d'une conviction peu ordinaires quand Thoimas Sénécal, le maître de cérémonie, lui a tendu le micro. Revenant rapidement sur sa saison, elle a bien entendu remercié les personnes qui lui ont permis de décrocher le titre - en plus de ses parents -. Elle a ensuite affirmé ses ambitions par rapport à tous les jeunes pilotes masculins qui ne lui ont fait aucun cadeau sur la piste, soulevant un tonnerre d'applaudissements dans la salle. Une prestation remarquée aussi bien derrière le volant que devant les projecteurs.

 

 

Info Kartcom / © Photo KSP


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