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WSK La Conca 2010

This is a great video to give you a taste of what the World Series Karting events are like. The cream of karting talent is on display but that doesn’t mean they can drive a faultless race. Forward the video on to the 2m15 mark to watch the rolling start and the carnage commence. Read More »

The KF Column: Demise of WSK Euro Series

Written By Mary-Ann Horley Rumours of the demise of the WSK Euro Series for this year have been much exaggerated. Although as the WSK have now been confirmed as the organisers for the European and World Championships it would be no surprise if this is the last year of the Euro Series. I have heard a suggestion that the Belgian ... Read More »

2012 CIK-FIA Awards

 The CIK-FIA started 2013 in dignified fashion by rewarding the 2013 Champions on 19th January in Paris,not far from the FIA headquarters. Opened in the presence of the FIA President, Jean Todt, the ceremony honoured nearly 30 award-winners. Five British drivers won international championships in 2012: George Russell – European KF3 Champion Ben Barnicoat – European KF2 Champion Henry Easthope ... Read More »

International Insight

By Gary Catt The last month I have been again very busy as the season is in full flow now. I had a race in the WSK in La Conca, I also had to go to another race in Italy with the Mini kart driver I manage for the Italian championship and then I had some tests at Zuera to ... Read More »

Gearbox News: Gearbox Roundup

Division 1 Superkarts, Silverstone The familiar face of Gavin Bennett claimed pole position with a time of 55.090s, which was inside the existing lap record and he held the lead in the first race. But the leader was in trouble and dived into the pits with a broken seat bracket which was causing problems changing gear. After making some adjustments ... Read More »

World Championships reborn!

The entry list for the 2010 World Championships at Zuera in Spain came out in late August and it seems the move to KF2 has been a good one. There are 125 entries, a number that we haven’t seen since the glory days of Lewis Hamilton and Robert Kubica. When I first started going to these races in the early ... Read More »