Following the one-year reduction in the minimum age for Drivers who can access non-gearbox categories, International Karting Licenses for Drivers have been adapted from the 2017 season onwards.
BNL tyres, CRG personnel changes, Jonny Edgar, French Champs…
CRG and Felice Tiene have decided to end their collaboration that started back in 2006 and continued until the end of 2016, the season in which the Italian driver came 3rd at the OK World Championship in Bahrain.
At its meeting on 30th November 2016 in Vienna, Austria, the FIA World Motor Sport Council took the following decisions on the basis of the proposals of the International Karting Commission.
The MSA has issued a consultation document regarding the start procedure, and whether UK starts should follow the CIK procedure.
ACR have sent us their publicity materials for the coming season, which includes a rebrand, however the karts and engines used will remain the same.
Shenington are are now offering online payments, are introducing the Junior TKM Clubman class and have prizes and special offers for Rotax drivers at the December meeting.
We’ve just completed our downloadable calendar of all the major OK and OK-Junior races in the UK and Europe.
To the naked eye, the Tony Kart Racer 401S, Kosmic Mercury MY17, Exprit Noesis MY17 and Alonso Victory MA17 don’t immediately have any significant changes, but do have a series of enhancements that promise to make these already race and championship-winning chassis even more satisfying to drive and work on.