Three European titles will be at stake - in OK and Junior and FIA Academy Trophy - when the 2023 FIA Karting European Championship concludes in Cremona, Italy from July 27-30. A maximum of 81 points can be awarded at this final event in OK and OK-Junior and 56 points in the Academy Trophy.
The Cremona Karting track, which made its debut on the FIA Karting calendar last year, was completely redeveloped in 2019. The compact layout, which is 1,210 meters long and up to 10 meters wide in places, features 16 corners ensuring that the races are fast-paced.
Ninety-five drivers are entered in OK, 100 in OK-Junior, and 46 in Academy, making a total of 241 drivers representing 60 nations. There are 25 wild cards on the OK and Junior lists.
Watch all the action on the Livestreaming coverage.
Timetable Live timing OK Entry list OK Results OK-Junior Entry list OK-Junior Results
Academy Entry list Academy Results
The provisional schedule for the Cremona race:
Sunday 30th July
08:30 - 09:55: Warm-up
10:05 - 10:40: Academy Qualifying Heats
10:45 - 12:20: OK and OK-Junior Super Heats
13:50 - 16:10: Finals