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Team > Kosmic

Felipe Drugovich et Caio Collet, les deux pilotes brésiliens du Kosmic Racing Department, ont terminé dans le top 5 de la finale du Championnat d'Europe KF-Junior le week-end dernier à Kristianstad. La performance est d'autant plus remarquable que la compétition a été perturbée par de nombreux incidents et que les conditions climatiques changeantes ont singulièrement compliqué la tâche des pilotes comme des techniciens.

 

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« Franchement, je suis très heureux de ce résultat ! » confiait Olivier Maréchal. « L'épreuve suédoise a été difficile pour tout le monde, il fallait déjouer de nombreux pièges pour terminer en bonne place. L'équipe a très bien réagi lors des changements d'adhérence et nous avons toujours été rapides. Les pilotes se sont bien comportés face à ces conditions, même si tous n'ont pas connu la même réussite. La progression de Drugovich et Collet depuis le début de la saison est une belle satisfaction pour le team

 

Au volant de son Kosmic/Vortex, Felipe Drugovich était le plus rapide en KF-Junior, 3e temps des essais chronométrés, dans le top 3 des manches, seulement retardé par un pare-chocs arrière décroché. Il remontait 3e de sa préfinale et finissait par s'emparer de la 2e place en finale avec le 3e temps de la course au terme d'un parcours très convaincant. Caio Collet a été très solide également, malgré son peu de roulage. Après un abandon dans une des manches, il a réussi une superbe préfinale et s'est battu dans le top 4 de la finale avant de terminer 5e., ce qui lui assurait la 6e position de son premier Championnat d'Europe. Retardé dans les manches, chahuté en préfinale, Charles Weerts aurait pourtant mérité sa place en finale au vu de ses performances, lui qui avait commencé par signer le 9e temps des chronos.

 

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Karol Basz était une nouvelle fois parmi les meilleurs en KF, avec son 3e chrono, ses deux victoires en manches qualificatives assorties du meilleur temps et ses remontées impressionnantes. Mais une cascade d'ennuis divers a eu raison de ses légitimes ambitions de podium et il n'a pu faire mieux que 6e de la finale. Sur ses terres, Jessica Backman n'est pas parvenue à se qualifier à cause d'une bousculade au repêchage, alors qu'elle avait effectué une remontée de 15 places pendant les manches qualificatives.

 

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Video > Rotax Max Euro Challenge

Team > USA

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When it was announced late in 2015 that the Superkarts! USA (SKUSA) Fikse Wheels Pro Tour would have an event at the New Castle Motorsports Park facility just outside Indianapolis, Indiana, Team BENIK would mark the date as one of their major events of the season. With multiple drivers competing in the IAME Mini Swift TaG Cadet division, BENIK Karts would be littered throughout the top-ten in both Saturday and Sunday's wheel-to-wheel competition.


"We can proudly say that BENIK Karts dominated the SKUSA SummerNationals," exclaimed Team BENIK Manager Nick Mitchell. "On Saturday we were able to take six of the top-nine positions on track and Sunday, had a repeat performance claiming four of the top-six positions. Jonny Edgar won the overall weekend points total and Lachlan DeFrancesco should lead the point standings heading to the SuperNationals in Las Vegas."

 

Jonny Edgar would lead the entire TaG Cadet main event on Saturday except for the last two hundred feet in the run to the checkered. Flexing his muscles and leading the BENIK team, Edgar would cross the line in the second position. Reece Gold would finish in the fourth position with Lachlan DeFrancesco putting a third BENIK Kart in the top-five with a fifth place finish. Anthony Willis would drive forward to a sixth place result with Diego LaRoque and Tyler Maxson coming home seventh and ninth respectively.

 

Sunday would see BENIK Karts up front from the very first official session. Reece Gold would claim the top time in the morning qualifying session before Edgar claimed both heat race wins for the BENIK brand. The results for the day's main event would have a different driver up front but on the same blue BENIK chassis as Lachlan DeFrancesco came to the forefront. Edgar would make it a one-two finish for Team BENIK while Reece Gold would come home fourth and Tyler Maxson in sixth. Diego LaRoque added another top-ten finish, as he was able to cross the stripe ninth in Sunday's final.

 

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Team BENIK will now travel to the MRP of South Bend facility for the third round of the United States Pro Kart Series. With another strong team of drivers competing in the Vortex Mini ROK division, Team BENIK will look to continue their success in Northern Indiana.

 

For more information on BENIK Kart, please contact Nick Mitchell or Ben Cruttenden via e-mail to Info@Benik-Kart.com or by phone at 754.206.4870. For all West Coast Sales, please contact Nash Motorsportz at 951.233.3431 or via email to nashmotorsportz@yahoo.com or through their Facebook at facebook.com/pages/Nash-Motorsportz. Kartworkz is also an authorized BENIK Kart dealer and will be servicing the Northeast region of the country. Please visit them online at www.Kartworkz.com or contact Jerry White at 570.237.1095.

 

BENIK Kart can also be found online at www.BENIK-Kart.com, Facebook at facebook.com/BenikKart and Twitter at @kartBENIK.

 

 

Info Benik Kart / © Photo On Track Promotion


Press > United Kingdom

29/07/15 - 15:05

Kartlink Newsletter #79

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Welcome to the Kartlink Newsletter, our weekly roundup of what's going on in the world of karting.

 

News
Ben Hanley and Christian Lundgaard win European Championships - See race reports below
Zak Fulk, Pierce Lehane and Paolo De Conto win in Euromax at Wackersdorf - See race reports and videos below
UK Cadet tyres go out to tender for 2016 - Tyres to be selected for longevity and value
Bas Lammers signs to Sodikart


Videos
Rotax Max Euro Challenge, Wackersdorf
DD2 - Senior - Junior

 

Race Reports
European Championship Round 3, Kristianstad, Sweden, 26th July
KF - KFJ


Rotax Max Euro Challenge, Wackersdorf, Germany, 26th July
DD2 - Senior - Junior


More Info
Results from UK and international races
Upcoming events this weekend

 

 

Info Kartlink


FEDERATION > CIK

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At its meeting of July 10th, 2015 in Mexico City, Mexico, the World Motor Sport Council of the FIA took the following decisions on the basis of proposals from members of the International Karting Commission:

 

The WMSC approved the launch of the new generation of direct drive engines in Senior and Junior categories as of 1st January 2016, to satisfied the request of the ASN's with the aim to extend the use of direct drive engines at national level.

 

In order to allow the manufacturers concerned to start the usual homologation process, the CIK-FIA Technical & Homologation Regulations are available from the CIK-FIA. The deadline for receipt of applications is 1st August 2015.

 

The WMSC has approved the existence of a category for driver from 11 to 13 years of age. The CIK-FIA will draft guidelines for ASN's to use on their national level.


 

Info CIK


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