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Evento Nazionale > Italia



Nella Finale Nazionale Rotax Italia di Sarno Alex Beggi vince nella categoria DD2, Alex Irlando nella Junior, e tutti e due guadagnano il Grand Finals in Spagna. Sub judice la categoria Max. Nella Mini si impone De Santis, nella Club Maieroni.
E’ stata una gran bella manifestazione quella conclusa sul Circuito Internazionale Napoli di Sarno per la Finale Nazionale Rotax Italia 2014, con 72 piloti in pista suddivisi fra le categorie Mini, Junior, Max e Max Over, DD2, oltre alla Club aperta ai piloti non in lizza per il titolo nazionale.
Il weekend di Sarno si è rivelato una vera e propria maratona, con 6 Finali per categoria, tre disputate il sabato e tre la domenica per poter determinare il Campione nazionale di ogni categoria e per quanto riguarda la Junior, Max e DD2, poter selezionare il pilota che per premio andrà a disputare la gara internazionale più attesa dell’anno, la Grand Finals in Spagna a Valencia il 29 novembre. Per l’assegnazione del titolo nazionale, il punteggio conclusivo è stato determinato dai 5 migliori risultati sulle 6 Finali disputate e il 50% dei punti acquisiti nella stagione nel Trofeo di Zona.


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Evenement National > Belgique


Toujours très attendue, la vidéo du Trophée du Karting des Fagnes est désormais visible sur YouTube
Cette vidéo commentée de 30 minutes vous fera revivre les grands moments de ce quatrième et avant-dernier rendez-vous de la Belgian ASAF Karting Series qui a vu les premiers titres tomber... mais qui a aussi relancé l'intérêt du championnat dans plusieurs catégories avant la finale de la saison le 26 octobre lors du Challenge La Victoire. A visionner et à partager sans modération !






Pendant un mois, une offre exceptionnelle est proposée sur la boutique officielle FFSA !
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International > Germany

07/10/14 - 11:42

DKM 2014 Champions are set




Thrilling fights at the finale in Genk 

No one could have written a more exciting script for the season finale of the German Kart Championship. The numerous spectators on the ranks got to see a lot of excitement due to extreme weather events, thrilling races, new winners and beaming Champions. In the evening, Jorrit Pex (DSKM), David Beckmann (DJKM) and Martijn van Leeuwen (DKM) were celebrated as new winners.

The 2014 DKM season is over. In Belgian Genk, the decisions of the highest German kart racing series were made at the fifth event of the season. 122 participants from Europe, Asia and America started there and drove exciting races. The weather was a special challenge this time. On Friday and Saturday, a golden fall supplied gleaming sunshine and almost summer-like temperatures. The drivers then got to experience the exact opposite on Sunday. Heavy rain and cool temperatures made for adverse track conditions.

In addition to the weather, a lot was offered on the track as well. During six breathtaking final races, the last Championship points were dealt out. While the title favorites of all three DMSB grade series showed great fights, there were still new winners in Genk as well. At the juniors, Jarno Opmeer (Maddox Racing Team) from the Netherlands achieved a double victory, Jorrit Pex (CRG Holland) and Marijn Kremers (AVG Racing Team) won at the shifterkarts and Italian guest driver Alessio Lorandi (Baby Race srl.) was successful at the DKM.



Final Championship ranking DSKM:
1. Jorrit Pex (150 points)
2. Simo Puhakka (129 points)

3. Marijn Kremers (111 points)

4. Rick Dreezen (107 points)
5. Guust Specken (92 points) 


Final Championship ranking DJKM:

1. David Beckmann (143 points)
2. Mick Junior (140 points)
3. Maximilian Fewtrell (120 points)

4. Juan Correa (108 points)
5. Michael Kuiper (101 points) 


Final Championship ranking DKM:

1. Martijn van Leeuwen (176 points)

2. Jehan Daruvala (164 points)
3. Egor Stupenkov (129 points)
4. Andre Matisic (129 points)
5. Manuel Valier (89 points) 


After the races in Genk, one of the most balanced DKM seasons in years is now over. To series coordinator Stefan Wagner the season has been a huge success and he is already excited for 2015: "First I want to thank all participants, teams and people responsible. Everyone has done a great job and has played a big part in the success of this season. We averagely had more than 130 participants, which is a top result. The races were always exciting and great to watch. The interest in our video live stream was great once again as well: Counting more than 200.000 viewers, we were able to almost double the numbers from 2013. Now we have to look forward and get ready for 2015. We'll be presenting the new racing calendar shortly."



Info DKM

International > CIK-FIA



The hot, dry weather during the races and the schedule was perfect for this second and final Competition of the CIK-FIA European Superkart Championship. The expected duel between the two favourites, Kout and Vinuales, has taken place. After winning two races, the French Driver took his third European Championship.


The event conformed to expectations, with a high level of confrontation between the two protagonists, the Frenchman Emmanuel Vinuales (Anderson-DEA-Dunlop), who had put the pressure on since the start of the weekend, and the Czech Adam Kout (MSKart-DEA-Dunlop) who was the major beneficiary of the first Competition at Assen (NLD). Certainly the outsiders actively participated in this European Competition, but from qualifying onwards the fight for the title was to be confined to the aforementioned duo.


The Drivers had enough running to learn the circuit of Val de Vienne (FRA) and refine their set-up. In Qualifying Kout first headed the timesheets, but Vinuales beat the track record which he has held since last year, and came back a few minutes later to set the benchmark time. With 1'30''930 he had improved his time by more than a second over 2013! The whole pack was lagging, but Kout persevered to get closer by 4/10. The front row was a repeat of Assen. The two Germans Peter Elkmann (MSKart-VM-Dunlop) and Andreas Jost (Anderson -VM-Dunlop) headed the two Britons Gavin Bennett (Anderson-DEA-Dunlop) and Liam Morley (Anderson-DEA-Dunlop).




The start of the first race was one of the first highlights. All of the Drivers got away quickly and passed under the lights more or less abreast, but the first braking zone would be tricky, eliminating some participants. Jost braked late and barely recovered to take the lead at the first corner. Arjan Kievitsbosch (MSKart-VM-Dunlop), very fast at the signal, was blocking but could not avoid the gravel trap. The consequences were unexpected. Morley went off and Kout, slightly pushed, also found himself in the run-off. He stopped and when he restarted he rewarded the assistance with a splendid comeback. 9th at the finish, he had used his dropped score, and was now feeling the pressure on his shoulders. Marcel Massman (Anderson-FPE-Dunlop), also a victim of this incident, restarted but had dropped back. On the second lap, Vinuales overtook Jost for the lead. The leaders of the race also included Elkmann, the Dane Henrik Lilja (PVP-PVP-Dunlop) and Alexandre Sebastia (Anderson-DEA-Dunlop) who had made an excellent start. Other fights enlivened the pack, Bennett got away from his group and caught up with Sebastia. Meanwhile Vinuales escaped to victory ahead of Elkmann, Lilja and Jost who never dropped back, but the Dane recovered his usual verve and clinched third place ahead of Jost and Bennett.


The second race perfectly reflected the European season. Vinuales was now more experienced, and let Kout take command. The two fastest Drivers of the year were leading the best of their competitors including Jost, the revelation of 2014, and Lilja and Elkmann two seconds back because of a missed start. Further back, Bennett was slightly missing some speed and was forced to drop into the second group then returned to the forefront. Vinuales, who had taken the lead on the third lap, accelerated and gradually pulled out an unstoppable advantage. Elkmann then attacked Jost and provisionally Lilja. Jost defended well considering he had a bent frame from the warm-up. Bennett came back, but too late. Lilja finished strongly to take his second consecutive podium.




With a total of three wins and two pole positions, Vinuales gained a perfect score to take his third European Championship. Kout remained philosophical as his second place in the Championship is very creditable with one win and two second places.


Info CIK / © Photos KSP - Mediasuperkart

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