Arthur Rogeon attracts attention in his first European campaign in OK

Arthur Rogeon attracts attention in his first European campaign in OK Read more

After a 2020 campaign in OK-Junior full of promise, Arthur Rogeon aged only fourteen-and-a half set himself one hell of a challenge by choosing to pursue his career this season in the FIA Karting international hotbed of talent, the OK category, with the best world hopes. The European Championship has just finished on the Zuera circuit in Spain and the ASK Laval club member used this opportunity to showcase his talent on several occasions and make people sit up and take notice thanks to his incontestable speed on the track.

Yet again Arthur Rogeon shows off his out-and-out speed!

Yet again Arthur Rogeon shows off his out-and-out speed! Read more

The third round (out of four) in the FIA European Karting Championship took place on the Sarno circuit near Naples. The young French driver from Laval, Arthur Rogeon, emulated his feat in the Belgian round in May when he set the fastest time in his group, by putting on a stunningly competitive performance in qualifying in Italy.

A new start full of promise for Arthur Rogeon!

A new start full of promise for Arthur Rogeon! Read more

The second round of the FIA European Karting Championship put a smile back on Arthur Rogeon’s face and revived his confidence within his new team, Ward Racing. When the young driver from Laval arrived at the Aunay-les-Bois circuit he was brimming with enthusiasm and impatient to get back in the thick of the action. He left there satisfied as to his perspectives for the rest of the season in the OK category. He showed consistency and performance in the French round that deserved a happier ending.

A bittersweet first round of the OK OKJ European Championship for CRG

A bittersweet first round of the OK OKJ European Championship for CRG Read more

The CRG team collected less than what it deserved in Genk (Belgium), where the 1st round of the OK and OK Junior European Championships took place from 12th to 16th May. The entire race weekend was marked by very changeable weather conditions: since the free practice on Thursday, it was a continuous alternation of dry and wet track.

Weather affects qualifying European Championships in Genk

Weather affects qualifying European Championships in Genk Read more

On Friday 14 May, 174 drivers from 42 countries took part in the Qualifying Practice for the first of the four 2021 FIA Karting European Championship - OK and Junior - events at the Genk circuit (BEL). The changing weather situation played a role in the overall standings, although the track remained dry apart from a short shower in the second timed OK session. Singapore's Askay Bohra took the Junior pole position and the American Ugo Ugochukwu took the top class.

CRG Kart: The 1st round of the FIA European Championship in Belgium

CRG Kart: The 1st round of the FIA European Championship in Belgium Read more

The first round of the European Karting Championship for the OK and OK Junior direct drive classes will take place this weekend at the Genk circuit, in Belgium. The FIA European Championship is made of 4 appointments: after the Belgian opening race, we will head to Essay in France, then Sarno (Italy) and the last race is scheduled in July on the Spanish track of Zuera.

The CRG Racing Team in Genk to prepare the OK – OKJ European Championship

The CRG Racing Team in Genk to prepare the OK – OKJ European Championship Read more

This weekend the OK and OK-Junior classes will race in Genk, Belgium, where it is scheduled the first round of the Champions of the Future Series. This appointment has an important value for these 2 direct drive categories in relation to the European Championship, as it is exactly here where they will both compete again in the 1st round of the continental Championship on the 16th of May.

Kart CRG - The WSK Master is over in Lonato

Kart CRG - The WSK Master is over in Lonato Read more

Despite the ongoing Covid emergency, the WSK Master Series took place regularly and for the CRG team, it was an excellent test bench, to measure the work done during the winter from a technical point of view and to allow new drivers to get the right feeling with the chassis and the team staff.

CRG Karting: Final round of the WSK Master in Lonato

CRG Karting: Final round of the WSK Master in Lonato Read more

This weekend the paddock of Lonato will be made up of more than 300 drivers and all the most important International Karting Racing Teams, that will take part to the final round of the WSK Master Series. 

CRG secures podium finish in KZ2 with Jeremy Iglesias at the WSK Euro

CRG secures podium finish in KZ2 with Jeremy Iglesias at the WSK Euro Read more

The weekend of the WSK Euro Series in Lonato has just ended and it has been characterized by the rain that heavily influenced the results of the final day on Sunday. Despite this, the Frenchman Jeremy Iglesias got an excellent second place in the final of the premier class, which represents the first podium for him with the CRG colours.

Kart CRG: The WSK Euro takes place in Lonato this weekend

Kart CRG: The WSK Euro takes place in Lonato this weekend Read more

International karting returns to South Garda Karting in Lonato for the 1st round of the WSK Euro Series from 6th to 11th April. For the CRG Racing Team this home race (the track is only 1 km away from the factory) will represent a new opportunity to prepare for the FIA ​​events, which will begin in May.

French CRG official driver Arthur Rogeon in the final again in Sarno

French CRG official driver Arthur Rogeon in the final again in Sarno Read more

Arthur Rogeon had his second race of the season in the WSK Super Master Series near Naples. The youngster from Laval, France fought like a lion on the newly-renovated Sarno circuit as his team put in a huge effort to turn round a situation that seemed compromised from the outset. This fighting spirit paid off and propelled the no. 253 CRG-IAME driver into the final. He rounded off his weekend by moving up 27 places in the race itself compared to his position in practice!

The weekend in Sarno turned out to be below expectations for CRG

The weekend in Sarno turned out to be below expectations for CRG Read more

The 3rd round of the WSK Master, which took place in Sarno from the 25th to the 28th March, did not end with the expected results for the CRG Racing Team. However, if on one hand the podium was missed, especially in the KZ and Mini classes where the CRG drivers showed a high potential, at the same time, the balance of the technical work carried out has been satisfying for the drivers and the team's staff. These WSK races in fact, always have the priority objective of developing and testing the technical material in view of the FIA ​​Championships and from this point of view the work done, but above all, the data acquired and the feedback from the track, will be particularly important.

The whole CRG Team is in Sarno for the WSK Master

The whole CRG Team is in Sarno for the WSK Master Read more

The CRG Racing Team line-up for this weekend for the WSK Master Series in Sarno will be made of 17 official drivers. This is the 3rd round of the WSK Master Series (the 2nd for the KZ category that was not scheduled in Muro Leccese).

Arthur Rogeon makes his debut in the top category with legendary manufacturer CRG

Arthur Rogeon makes his debut in the top category with legendary manufacturer CRG Read more

The curtain fell on Arthur Rogeon’s 2020 season in November on the final evening of the world championship in Portugal. In-depth reflections then began to analyse the months that had passed to prepare the best strategy for the driver from the Pays de la Loire region of France to move up to OK, the top category in ‘traditional’ direct drive karting. After talking to several Italian factories, it was decided that the best course for him to follow would be to join CRG, winner of a raft of world titles.

Arthur Rogeon joins CRG for 2021

Arthur Rogeon joins CRG for 2021 Read more

CRG is pleased to announce the agreement with the French driver Arthur Rogeon, who will join the CRG Racing Team in the main races of the OK category in the 2021 season.

Arthur Rogeon's world championship perturbed by storms in the sky and on the track

Arthur Rogeon's world championship perturbed by storms in the sky and on the track Read more

Arthur Rogeon had invested great hopes in his last race of the season, also the most prestigious one: the OK-Junior Karting World Championship. The driver from the Pays de la Loire region of France has been very quick throughout 2020 with the works Exprit Racing Team

A first binding World Championship for the Exprit Racing Team

A first binding World Championship for the Exprit Racing Team Read more

Despite the high quality of the technical material in wet conditions too, the results in Portimao do not fully reflect the potential of the Exprit Racing Team.

Arthur Rogeon, a Junior brimming with hope 3 days from the World Championship

Arthur Rogeon, a Junior brimming with hope 3 days from the World Championship Read more

The 2020 season has been completely unlike any other. All kart races on French soil have been cancelled in the wake of the latest government decisions. However, the world championships in the OK and OK-Junior categories will go ahead as scheduled, unless there is some last-minute upset, next weekend (6-8 November) at Portimao in the south of Portugal. Arthur Rogeon from the Pays de la Loire region is one of France’s hopes in the Junior category, and he is already on the spot like the majority of his rivals in this eagerly-awaited world championship event. In the Algarve he raced in the second and last round of the Champions of the Future Series to play himself in. Make no mistake, the Exprit Racing Team driver is primed and raring to go!

Another striking performance by Arthur Rogeon in the Junior category

Another striking performance by Arthur Rogeon in the Junior category Read more

Arthur Rogeon has just had a very enriching experience by taking part in the three events in the FIA OK-Junior European Championship that has just ended on the very selective Wackersdorf circuit. In Germany, the young French hope finished just shy of the top places in the qualifying heats. It’s a shame that a race incident hampered his eye-catching performance.

Arthur Rogeon: Disappointed but not disheartened

Arthur Rogeon: Disappointed but not disheartened Read more

Young French kart driver from the Mayenne, Arthur Rogeon, made a promising start to his European Championship attack in Spain two weeks ago. But in Italy he only had time to show his speed before running into problems that were as insurmountable as they were unexpected.

Tony Kart, Kosmic and Exprit ready for the European Championship in Spain

Tony Kart, Kosmic and Exprit ready for the European Championship in Spain Read more

The Racing teams are back on the Circuito Internacional de Zuera, where the FIA Karting season will be finally starting with the first of the three appointments for the OK and OKJ categories, starting on the weekend of July 30th – August 2nd.

Vortex on the OKJ European Podium

Vortex on the OKJ European Podium Read more

Double third step of the podium for Vortex in OKJ in Le Mans: in final with Ugo Ugochukwu and in the championship rating with Thomas Ten Brinke.