Two new European Champions crowned in Adria: Longhi in KZ and Pollini in KZ2

Two new European Champions crowned in Adria: Longhi in KZ and Pollini in KZ2 Read more

The FIA Karting event in Adria (ITA) concluded in style with a breathtaking final day in the tradition of the first two. From the last Qualifying Heats in the morning to the Finals in the afternoon, this Sunday 15th August delivered races of rare intensity punctuated by resounding dramatic twists. The Italians were in the limelight in the gearbox categories. The Final of the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ was won by Paolo Ippolito, while the title went to Riccardo Longhi. In the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ2, Giacomo Pollini won both the Final and the Championship with flying colours. Poland's Maciej Gladysz won the Final of the FIA Karting Academy Trophy and took the lead in the provisional standings.

Sunday live streaming coverage: Round 2 FIA Karting European Championship KZ/KZ2 and Academy at Adria

Sunday live streaming coverage: Round 2 FIA Karting European Championship KZ/KZ2 and Academy at Adria Read more

The Adria circuit in Italy will host from 13th to 15th August 2021 the second event of the FIA Karting European Championships - KZ & KZ2 after which the two European titles will be awarded, as well as the second of the three-event of the FIA Karting Academy.

Adria competition keeps the suspense alive

Adria competition keeps the suspense alive Read more

After a hot day of intense Qualifying Heats, the outcome of the Adria event is still very much in doubt. However, it seems certain that some new names will appear on the podium in the Finals on Sunday afternoon. But before that, the final heats will complete the selection on Sunday morning. The only certainty at the moment is that the competition will be highly entertaining.

Saturday live stream: Round 2 FIA Karting European Championship KZ/KZ2 and Academy at Adria

Saturday live stream: Round 2 FIA Karting European Championship KZ/KZ2 and Academy at Adria Read more

The Adria circuit in Italy will host from 13th to 15th August 2021 the second event of the FIA Karting European Championships - KZ & KZ2 after which the two European titles will be awarded, as well as the second of the three-event of the FIA Karting Academy.

Results: Round 2 FIA Karting European Championship KZ/KZ2 and Academy at Adria

Results: Round 2 FIA Karting European Championship KZ/KZ2 and Academy at Adria Read more

The Adria circuit in Italy will host from 13th to 15th August 2021 the second event of the FIA Karting European Championships - KZ & KZ2 after which the two European titles will be awarded, as well as the second of the three-event of the FIA Karting Academy.

Live-timing and results: Round 2 FIA Karting European Championship KZ/KZ2 and Academy at Adria

Live-timing and results: Round 2 FIA Karting European Championship KZ/KZ2 and Academy at Adria Read more

The Adria circuit in Italy will host from 13th to 15th August 2021 the second event of the FIA Karting European Championships - KZ & KZ2 after which the two European titles will be awarded, as well as the second of the three-event of the FIA Karting Academy.

Intense competition ahead at Adria

Intense competition ahead at Adria Read more

The Adria circuit in Italy will host from 13th to 15th August 2021 the second event of the FIA Karting European Championships - KZ & KZ2 after which the two European titles will be awarded, as well as the second of the three event of the FIA Karting Academy.

Epic final battles in Wackersdorf

Epic final battles in Wackersdorf Read more

The FIA Karting event in Wackersdorf kept its promises right to the end. The final qualifying heats on Sunday morning had set the tone. The battles were lively in every race and the fight for victory was intense in all three categories. Senna van Walstijn (NLD) won the KZ2 final in style to round off his superb overall performance.

The show intensifies in Germany

The show intensifies in Germany Read more

In the morning the temperature was already over 30°C on the Wackersdorf track, and the 18 qualifying heats on the programme for Saturday 19th June proved to be highly spectacular. Frenchman Emilien Denner consolidated his domination of the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ by winning twice. The FIA Karting European Championship - KZ2 was led at this stage by Dutchman Senna Van Walstijn, while Sri Lankan Yevan David took the lead in the FIA Karting Academy Trophy.

Interesting qualifying under the sun in Wackersdorf

Interesting qualifying under the sun in Wackersdorf Read more

The weather was fine and warm in Germany for the Qualifying sessions of the FIA Karting event in Wackersdorf. The sessions were intense in all three classes where the drivers were discovering the MG Tires in race condition. The gaps were particularly close in the FIA Karting Academy Trophy, where poleman Bart Harrison (GBR) won with a lead of seven hundredths of a second. Senna van Walstijn (NLD) set the fastest time in the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ2 with obvious brilliance. Finally, the pole position for Emilien Denner (FRA) in the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ attests to the mastery of the driver and his team.

Millel, Gustavsson and Braeken on pole position in Genk

Millel, Gustavsson and Braeken on pole position in Genk Read more

The FIA Karting competition in Genk started this Friday afternoon, 4th September, with the Qualifying Practice for the second round of the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ & KZ2 and the FIA Karting Academy Trophy. The health constraints in force in Belgium concerning the Covid-19 required the implementation of a very strict protocol, which made it hard for a significant number of drivers to reach the Genk venue. Sweden's Noah Millel and Viktor Gustavsson were the fastest in KZ and KZ2 respectively, while Belgium's Tom Braeken was the Academy pole position holder.

Recent decisions of the FIA World Motor Sport Council concerning Karting

Recent decisions of the FIA World Motor Sport Council concerning Karting Read more

At its meeting on 4th December 2019 in Paris (FRA), the FIA World Motor Sport Council took the following decisions on the basis of the proposals of the International Karting Commission.