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Pilote > France

17/12/11 - 11:07

Votez pour Papy Javelaud

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Il est des élections plus sympathiques que d'autres, c'est le cas de celle de la personnalité de l'année 2011 dans la région de Noyon (60) organisée par le Courrier Picard. Les fans de karting ne devraient pas hésiter à soutenir la candidature d'Yves Javelaud, "celui que tout le monde surnomme avec affection «Papy» a derrière lui plus de 50 ans de passion pour le karting. À 94 ans, il est le doyen des commissaires de courses technique de haut niveau de karting. En août, il a même participé aux 24 heures du Mans karting ! Une course rétro dans laquelle il a couru avec un véhicule des années soixante qu'il a lui-même réalisé. Son statut de membre de la Fédération française des sports automobiles depuis plus de cinquante ans a été récompensé par une licence en or. Titre qui s'ajoute a un palmarès déjà bien garni : médaille de bronze, d'argent, d'or et grand or de la Jeunesse et des sports."

 

Offrons un joli cadeau de Noël à Papy Javelaud en votant pour lui sur le site du Courrier Picard !

 

 

Info Kartcom / © Photo Jacky Foulatier


International > Divers

17/12/11 - 09:51

Le point sur les transferts

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Avant la période des fêtes de fin d'année pendant laquelle le monde du karting va prendre une courte pause, nous pouvons faire le point des différents changements déjà annoncés pour la saison 2012, en attendant la confirmation de quelques autres informations.

 

En KF3, Dorian Boccolacci passe de Birel à Intrepid, Felix Nilsson d'Intrepid à Energy et Thiago Vivacqua d'Energy à Zanardi.

 

Charles Leclerc continue en karting, mais quitte Intrepid pour ART Grand Prix, tandis que Gary Catt retrouve la KF1 chez Zanardi après 6 saisons chez Tony Kart.

 

En KZ, Arnaud Kozlinski délaisse CRG pour PCR dans le team AVG Racing, Roberto Toninelli (ex Lenzo) et Paolo De Conto (ex Energy) rejoignent Birel Motorsport. Marco Zanchetta entre chez Energy en venant de CKR.

 

 

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International > ERDF Masters Kart

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Invité des ERDF Masters Kart à Bercy, Nicolas Hamilton ne cachait pas sa joie de rouler avec quelques uns des meilleurs pilotes du moment : "C'est un rêve qui devient réalité ! Je ne pensais pas pouvoir me battre un jour contre de telles pointures, c'est incroyable, j'ai du mal à réaliser !" Le frère du champion anglais a fait mieux que participer à l'évènement 100 % électrique. Le temps de prendre ses marques le premier jour, il signait de belles performances le dimanche : lors de essais chronos, il s'est par exemple permis de devancer Robert Wickens et Adrian Sutil. Il manque de peu la qualification, mais termine 5ème de la petite finale juste derrière Sébastien Bourdais, faisant oublier à tous le handicap qui l'affecte.

 

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Pilote en Clio Cup britannique cette saison, Nicolas déborde d'énergie et de volonté pour saisir sa chance de s'assoir enfin dans un baquet de compétition. Dans le paddock de Bercy, il a obtenu sans contestation la palme du pilote le plus chaleureux, arborant toujours un sourire enthousiaste très communicatif. Une des plus belles rencontres de Bercy ! A bientôt, Nicolas !

 

Site officiel: www.nicolashamilton.com

 

 

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FEDERATION > CIK

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At its meeting on 9 December 2011 in New Delhi, the FIA General Assembly took in particular the following decisions as regards Karting:

 

International Karting Commission-FIA

On proposal of the World Motor Sport Council, the FIA General Assembly has designated the President, Vice-President and Members of the CIK for the coming year.

 

Shaikh Abdulla bin Isa Al Khalifa (BHR) has been renewed as President of the CIK and Mr Kees Van de Grint (NLD) as Vice-President. The following countries will be represented within the Commission: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, India, Italy, Japan, Luxemburg, Mexico, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United States of America and Venezuela.

 

FIA International Sporting Code

Modifications to the International Sporting Code, proposed by the World Motor Sport Council for implementation as from 2012, were approved. In particular, the following amendments were made:

 

National Event (Article 18):

- The obligation to be holder of an international licence for any foreign Driver or Competitor participating in a national Karting Event entered on the calendar of an ASN, for which the said ASN authorises foreign participation.

- The obligation for licence holders entered in a national event to have obtained the authorisation of their own ASN.

- Foreign Competitors and Drivers cannot gain points in the rankings of national Championships and Series that they take part in.

For more details, click here.

 

Right of issuing licences (Article 110):

- Each ASN shall be entitled to issue licences to its nationals and, possibly, to the national of other countries represented on the FIA, in compliance to the existing statutory conditions, plus a new condition for Drivers aged less than 18 years, who must provide an attestation that they are in full-time education in the country where they apply for the licence.

For more details, click here.

 

Rules of Procedure for the FIA Anti-Doping Committee (ADC):

- In order to strengthen the ADC operation, in particular by increasing the number of its members and by clarifying certain rules of procedure, amendments to the Rules of Procedure have been adopted.

 

Judicial and Disciplinary Rules

The General Assembly approved, for implementation as from 1st January 2012, a reduction of the appeal fee before the International Court of Appeal. The current fee is 12,000 €, irrespective of costs. As an exception, the amount of the appeal fee for the Karting events is set at 6,000 €, also irrespective of costs.


International Event > World Karting Championship

With the engine allocation by drawing lots, the 2012 World KF1 Championship will borrow one of the principles that ensure the success of the other World Championship of the CIK-FIA, the "U18". The operating mode will of course be different and specifically adapted to the standard of KF1.

 

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Contrary to what is practised in the "U18", engine supply in KF1 will thus not be provided by a single-supplier, and competition will be open to every engine Manufacturer wishing to enter, subject to accepting the basic principles. At the time they enter, the Drivers will have to choose their engine make amongst those which are specifically entered in the Championship. At the venue of the events, two engines of their selected make will be allocated to them by drawing lots.

 

A working meeting aimed at discussing the modalities of this original system was held on 14 December in Casteletto (ITA).

 

The CIK-FIA Vice-President, Kees Van de Grint, and the Head of the CIK-FIA technical Department, Laurent Arnaud, gathered the bosses of the engine Manufacturers BMB, FIM, Maxter, Maranello, Parilla, TM, Vortex and XTR.

 

Although the exact terms of the regulations are still to be drafted and validated by the decision-making bodies of the CIK and of the FIA, most participants have agreed to define:

 

- the minimum number of engines that the engine Manufacturers will have to supply at each World KF1 Championship event (according to the number of Drivers they will have to service),

- the instauration of an engine lottery on Saturday and of another one on Sunday,

- the storing of engines in the Parc Fermé throughout racing days (Saturday and Sunday),

- the duration of the sessions dedicated to the indispensable running-in of engines,

- the conditions of intervention of engine Manufacturers after the allocation of engines,

- the package allocated by drawing lots to the Drivers (engine, ignition and exhaust),

- the conditions and deadlines within which Entrants will be authorised to change engine brands between two events.

 

After the meeting, the CIK-FIA Vice-President Kees Van de Grint stated: "This was only a working meeting. But I am pleased to point out that four engine Manufacturers confirmed that they would enter the 2012 World Championship as engine suppliers. Two more Manufacturers have indicated that they may also enter, which means that the Championship will start on solid bases. Response from the Drivers is also strong and a dozen of them have already announced their participation. In that meeting, we were obviously unable to take any regulatory decisions since in the last resort it is the FIA which decides and validates the regulations, but knowing at least 4 Manufacturers fully agree with the draft regulations is of prime importance to bring the proposal before the FIA."

 

 

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