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À medida que começamos a sentir que os dias se alongam, a temporada 2014 toma progressivamente lugar. As equipas estão agora constituídas e as rodagens começaram há já algumas semanas. Preparamo-nos com impaciência para descobrir as novas forças presentes nas primeiras competições do ano, um momento que é sempre excitante.

 

As categorias internacionais Rotax estarão sob o fogo dos projectores com a chegada de várias equipas de fábrica e dos seus pilotos oficiais. Talvez isto não seja uma boa notícia para os amadores e as suas equipas privadas, tanto que as categorias CIK parecem demorar a encher a prova de abertura, a legendária Winter Cup. Esta tendência não é surpreendente, uma vez que nenhuma grande mudança deverá alterar a paisagem do karting nos próximos dois anos. As pesquisas para substituir os motores KF estão no bom caminho, os testes são, ao que parece, convincentes, mas nada liberado até 2016.

 

Até lá, as séries monotipos e as taças de marca continuarão a reforçar as suas presenças aos níveis nacionais e regionais, sendo o mais importante que cada um possa encontrar a fórmula que lhe convém para viver a sua paixão de acordo com os seus meios. Em França, as séries NSK e Stars of Karting vêm completar a oferta federal. Espera-se que a escolha dos novos pneus para a "Nationale" e a KZ 125 reforcem a sua atracção junto dos amadores.

 

Encontro marcado no site Kartcom a partir do 14 de Fevereiro para seguir a Rotax Winter Cup em Campillos, Espanha e alguns dias mais tarde, a 20 de Fevereiro em directo de Lonato para a Winter Cup.

 

 

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The Italian firm Parolin has become increasingly important in the manufacturing of kart chassis since its inception in 1986, under it's own name or for other brands while remaining relatively quiet. Parolin Racing Kart and its subsidiary FIM Motors won the tender in 2009 from the CIK-FIA to supply engines for the U18 World Championship and complete karts for the Academy Trophy. The U18 was abandoned in 2013, but the Academy Trophy has been retained for three more years as a formula for discovering young talent worldwide.

 

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"Meeting the specifications of the CIK-FIA was a source of great satisfaction for the company, but also a great challenge," said Albino Parolin. "We have the right products for the U18 and the Academy, and also had to put in place all the necessary logistics and services at the tracks. From the first year, 2010, we successfully completed the mission we had been given, then refining the details to arrive today at a perfect mastery of the subject.

 

The quality of our production and the unique experience gained in the first three seasons earned us the renewal in 2013 for another three seasons of the Academy Trophy. It is unfortunate that the U18 World Championship calendar has disappeared, it was a great class where drivers aged 15 to 18 from all over the world could compete on equal terms in top-level competitions at low cost.

 

We believe more than ever that a one-make formula with drawn engines is perfectly suited to the current economic environment. Our key competition system is a winner in many countries to fight against overspending and the declining attendance of national and international competitions in non-gearbox CIK classes. It is good for us, of course, but also for the good of karting in general, which must go back to the popular craze of its origins and rebuild its base, so we hope that the formula finds its place in many countries."

 

 

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Pilote > Bryan Elpitiya

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Auteur d'une saison karting 2013 ponctuée de performances marquantes attestant d'une très bonne progression, Bryan Elpitiya intègre cette année l'Auto Sport Academy avec l'ambition de se faire remarquer comme l'un des plus jeune protagoniste d'un Championnat de France F4 qui s'annonce extrêmement relevé.

 

« Différentes raisons m'ont amené à tenter l'aventure de la monoplace dès 2014. Je pense que briller en monoplace à l'âge de 15 ans est plus intéressant que briller à 15 ans en karting » explique Bryan. « Dans le Championnat de France F4, tout le monde se bat à armes égales et j'avais vraiment envie de cela ! Je serais un des plus jeune de la saison de F4 et je pense que la F4 est un excellent moyen pour se préparer au passage vers la Formule Renault 2.0 qui est mon ambition prochaine . Quel meilleur moyen pour progresser ? En tout cas, je vais me donner à fond et enrichir mon expérience de pilote, tout cela dans l'ambition d'atteindre un jour mon but final , la formule 1. » 

 

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