For the first time in its history, the 24 Hours Karting of Le Mans is included this year in the CIK-FIA calendar as the CIK-FIA Endurance Championship. The 31st edition of the famous ACO classic marks a major turning point with more international participation than ever.
Callum Bradshaw has won the CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy after being nominated by the MSA to represent the UK in the world championship for promising young karters.
BKC Racing’s Callum Bradshaw has made certain of the Academy Trophy that he had all but won at the previous round while Kas Haverkort took the race win, overcoming the dominance of Sweden’s Alfred Nilsson.
Pedro Hiltbrand has won his second major title at the International Super Cup for KZ2, after winning the European OK Championship earlier in the summer, with the rare achievement of winning a gearbox and a direct-drive championship in the same year.
Paolo De Conto has won his first World Championship in KZ at Kristianstad in Sweden after narrowly being denied the win on the last lap last year at Le Mans.
The Kingdom of Sweden is proud to host one of the two CIK-FIA World Competitions of the 2016 season at the circuit of Kristianstad.
Nicolas Schoell (Strawberry Racing) was already champion after Zuera and only a potential exclusion in Salbris could have endangered his overall win, which is why he skipped the last round, leaving the way clear for his opponents.