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FFSA Karting - Comunicato n°22

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The FFSA has just presented the French Championship 2010. Thanks to an innovative, spectacular and successful racing mechanism, the KF2, KF3, and KZ2 categories will have five appointments this season to battle for the national titles. CIK labelling, foreign drivers, the very best of French karting, support events, high-quality services, media coverage: everything is in place to ensure the success of FFSA Grand Prix. The calendar has just been adapted to better suit the participants' needs.

 

What will happen to Pascal Belmaaziz (KF3), Sébastien Bailly (KF2) and Norman Nato (KZ2), last season's winners of the drivers' titles? The verdict will only be pronounced after the 5th and last round of the year, the Laval Grand Prix, to be held on 30 and 31 October, with coefficient '2'. The new layout of this mythical circuit will therefore witness the great return of Laval at the top. But before that, the season will make its debut at Varennes sur Allier, which will host the first Grand Prix 2010, on 29 and 30 May. Definitely a not-to-miss event, also given that in addition to the appeal of the Jean Brun circuit, the round will be held one month before the European CIK Super KF, KZ1 and KZ2 Championships, and on the same track. Angerville will host the second round on 19 and 20 June, on the circuit where the World Championship was held in 2006, while Lyon St Laurent de Mure, one of the largest European facilities for karting, will mark the midpoint of the French Championship, in the heart of summer, on 31 and 1 August. After that, drivers will head north to Ostricourt, for the next-to-last event of the year on 24 and 25 September, on a sensational track newly homologated by CIK.

 

Constructors will compete within their own championships. Each round of the French Championship will hold two days of racing - Saturday and Sunday - based on exactly the same mechanism, with pre-finals and finals where drivers will be able to collect points for the general standings. Bridgestone will provide the tyres: YKC for KF3 and YKB for KF2 and KZ2.
The French Championships 2010 will be accompanied by several Cups and Championship events, thereby offering a show even more spectacular for both organisers and fans. The French Championship in the "Nationale" category will start at the Varennes Grand Prix, Angerville will inaugurate the French Cup Rotax Max, the X30s will have their racing event in Lyon, Ostricourt will host the Rotax Max Master drivers and the season will end with the French Cup for the Minime/Cadet category in Laval.

 

Online registrations will be open soon on the new French Championship website, which is currently under construction.


Meanwhile, the TKC operator will be pleased to give you any information you might need.
Tel: +33 (0)6 85 13 29 26 / e-mail: contact.tkc@free.fr

 


2010 calendar:

 

KF2 / KF3 / KZ2 French Championships
National French Championship - Varennes (03) - 29 and 30 May

 

KF2 / KF3 / KZ2 French Championships
French Cup Rotax Max - Angerville (91) - 19 and 20 June

 

KF2 / KF3 / KZ2 French Championships
French Cup X30 / X30 Gentleman - Lyon (69) - 31 July and 1 August

 

KF2 / KF3 / KZ2 French Championships
French Cup Rotax Master - Ostricourt (59) - 25 and 26 September

 

KF2 / KF3 / KZ2 French Championships
French Cup Minime/Cadet - Laval (53) - 30 and 31 October

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