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IAME factory visit

Since Karting magazine’s last visit in 2006 to the IAME factory in Zingonia, near Milan’s Bergamo airport, there have been several improvements worth a mention and of course new engines to see.  With its 55 employees the factory can turn out up to 7,000 engines per annum including the new KZ 125cc gearbox engine, and a new line of watercooled ... Read More »

Alfie Brown and Callum Bradshaw to represent Britain in CIK-FIA Academy Trophy

Junior X30 racers Alfie Brown and Callum Bradshaw will represent Britain in this year’s annual CIK-FIA Academy Trophy. The duo teamed up last season with the BKC Racing squad within club competition. They are both racing in the Junior X30 Tour this term, with Brown scoring victory at the series’ opening round last month. Brown has significant karting experience and ... Read More »

IAME: The Kart Engine Makers

  Iam sure that everyone who has raced seriously in karting will have heard of IAME. If you have raced 100cc machinery then you will have either used one of their products or been beaten by one of their products at some time in your career. The IAME story starts a long time ago when only a handful of those ... Read More »


Former MSA British IAME Cadet champion Oliver York is considering a switch to compete in next season’s X30 Tour. The 2013 title winner, who struggled throughout his season in MiniMax this year after numerous mid-season team switches, has eyed up either the X30 Tour with the Zip Kart squad or a graduation to Junior Rotax with AIM Motorsport. Despite his ... Read More »

IAME Cadet 2014 Season Review

50 Little Green Man contenders turned out at PFi on October 5th for the final round of 2014. Six drivers were in with a title-winning chance. What followed was a fitting finale to the season. Dave Bewley looks back on an eventful year for the IAME Cadet class. Photography by Kartpix.net Saturday March 29th had been an eagerly awaited day ... Read More »

Fusion To Enter FKS

British Cadet champion squad Fusion Motorsport will compete field a team in next season’s revived Formula Kart Stars championship.  The Cambridgeshire-based outfit, which claimed this year’s MSA IAME Cadet title with Teddy Wilson, will race in the series’ Super Cadet category for ten- to 12-year-olds. The team has already signed  Maxwell Dodds, 8, who raced with the team this season, ... Read More »

Mike Wilson drives 1981 World Championship winning replica

The name Mike Wilson may not mean much to modern day karters with no real knowledge of racing back in the 1970s and ‘80s. However, let me educate you for a moment. Mike was top of the shop as a driver and a very competitive personality as well. A formidable mixture that netted two European and six World Championship titles. ... Read More »