This weekend, the Prokart Raceland circuit of Wackersdorf will host the European Championships of three categories. While the German stage will constitute the first of two events for the KF2 category, the European Championship titles of the KZ1 and KZ2 classes will be directly awarded further to these two races held within the same meeting. With 282 entries and unbelievably open competition in the three categories, Wackersdorf is undoubtedly a rendez-vous not to be missed!
Karting enthusiasts who will make the trip to Bavaria will not be disappointed as they will be able to attend a fantastic race weekend. Like last year the Prokart Raceland circuit will host the single-round of the European KZ1 and KZ2 Championships, the two categories of gearbox karts. As tension will go crescendo and with a title to conquer in a 25-lap Final, it will be a thriller until the chequered flag. In KF2, the category mainly regrouping Hopefuls, the Championship consists in two events comprising two Races each. After the opening in Germany it is at Brandon, in Great Britain, that the Champion will be designated on 22 July.
This meeting anyhow promises to be the busiest in the season: with 282 Drivers split into the three categories, the CIK-FIA and the Organisers have had to adapt the time schedule and start one day earlier. For KZ2 and KF2, Qualifying Practice will take place on Thursday at the end of the day. On Friday and Saturday, no fewer than 45 Qualifying Heats and a second chance heat will be organised. On Sunday the 34 finalists will run in either a Prefinal and Final (in KZ1 and KZ2) or two Races with Championship point allocation (in KF2). A total of 54 starts will be given throughout the weekend!