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.

CRG extends the agreement with Rasmus Joutsimies for 2021

CRG extends the agreement with Rasmus Joutsimies for 2021 Read more

CRG is pleased to announce the renewal of the contract for the 2021 season with the OK driver Rasmus Joutsimies. The Finnish driver did an excellent job in 2020 with the official team, culminating with the 8th place at the FIA ​​World Championship and CRG management decided to extend the collaboration also for the 2021 season to give continuity to a work that is going on in the right direction.

NGM Motorsport moves to CRG

NGM Motorsport moves to CRG Read more

CRG is pleased to announce a new important technical collaboration agreement with the NGM Motorsport team, which from the 2021 season will use CRG technical material in all categories and championships in which the team will take part. In particular, the collaboration with CRG will be very close for the KZ2 category, in which the Venetian team will line up three drivers of undisputed value: Giacomo Pollini, Natalia Balbo and Leonardo Bizzotto. NGM Motorsport is a very important reality in the field of national and international karting and boasts in its palmares various Italian titles and two prestigious placings in FIA events: 3rd place in the KZ2 World Cup last year and 2nd place in the European Championship 2018.

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.

CRG confirms the 24 Hours Karting of Italy in Adria

CRG confirms the 24 Hours Karting of Italy in Adria Read more

CRG and Adria Raceway have extended their partnership for the organization of one of the most successful Kart Endurance events: the 24 Hours Karting of Italy. After three editions held on the Adria track, which had a great success in terms of organization and participation of teams, also in 2021, the event will be held on the Venetian track on the weekend of 13th and 14th of March.

Glenn Keyaert leaves CRG

Glenn Keyaert leaves CRG Read more

At the end of the year, the team manager of the CRG Racing Team, Glenn Keyaert, will leave the Italian company. This is a professional choice of the Belgian technician who, after 9 years in CRG, decided to undertake a new work experience in a different company of the karting sector.

Alex Irlando signs with CRG

Alex Irlando signs with CRG Read more

CRG has made official the first piece of its drivers’ line-up for 2021 by announcing Alex Irlando for the KZ category. The agreement with the Apulian driver is part of a large project to strengthen its Racing Team, which CRG is undertaking especially for the KZ categories.

Top ten for CRG in Portugal at the FIA Karting World Championship

Top ten for CRG in Portugal at the FIA Karting World Championship Read more

The FIA ​​Karting World Championship for the OK and OKJ classes ended with a positive balance for the CRG colours. Despite a difficult weather, which alternated between dry and wet conditions several times over the weekend, Rasmuss Joutsimies and Rubén Moya López ended the Final in the top ten, in 8th and 10th place respectively.

Kart CRG: Champions of the Future will the preview of the FIA World Championship OK and OKJ

Kart CRG: Champions of the Future will the preview of the FIA World Championship OK and OKJ Read more

International karting will be on track in Portimao for the 2nd and final race of the Champions of the Future series, on the next weekend (from Thursday 29th October to Sunday 1st November). It will be a very important race as it will be a test for all the teams and drivers in view of the FIA ​​World Championship for the OK and OK-Junior categories, which will be held on the same track the following week.

CRG and former F1 driver Narain Karthikeyan launch a Karting Academy in India

CRG and former F1 driver Narain Karthikeyan launch a Karting Academy in India Read more

The former F1 driver Narain Karthikeyan will be the promoter of a project in partnership with CRG to promote Karting in India. The academy, that had groomed several young drivers between 2006 and 2010 and won multiple National single-seater championships, now aims to promote karting in India.

Kart CRG: BAC-PKI (Pro) and the Allianz Team (Silver) are the winners of the Adria 24 Hours Karting Race

Kart CRG: BAC-PKI (Pro) and the Allianz Team (Silver) are the winners of the Adria 24 Hours Karting Race Read more

It's been a great edition of the 24 Hours Karting of Italy on the Adria Raceway happened on October 17th and 18th. Despite the Covid restrictions that didn't allow the foreign teams to travel to Italy, 29 teams took part in the competition putting on an exceptional show. 

CRG: The KZ FIA World Championship in Lonato this weekend

CRG: The KZ FIA World Championship in Lonato this weekend Read more

As in 2019, Italy and the Lonato track will host again the most important event for the KZ classes: the KZ2 FIA World Cup and the KZ FIA World Championship. There will be 138 drivers fighting for the most important titles of the shifter categories (33 in KZ and 105 in KZ2) and the CRG Racing Team will take the field with a very competitive line-up in both classes.

Kart CRG: Last places for the 24 hours karting of Italy

Kart CRG: Last places for the 24 hours karting of Italy Read more

The 2020 edition of the 24 Hours Karting of Italy, scheduled in Adria on October 17th-18th, will be a particular edition, necessarily influenced by the Covid that won’t allow many foreigner teams to take part to the race. Travelling limitations and quarantine imposed by many countries are impeding about 15 European and Asian teams to come to Italy this year. Nevertheless, over 30 teams will fight for the win in the most charming race of the Rental – Endurance world.

Rental Kart: 3 Questions to Euan Jeffery, CRG's sales manager

Rental Kart: 3 Questions to Euan Jeffery, CRG's sales manager Read more

The Rental Kart division within CRG plays a very important role and is becoming increasingly central to the company’s commercial policies. For many years the Rental sector has been a booming market and the karts for this sector, compared to the past, are products with high technological content.

Team Mercury in the Italian Championship with the support of CRG

Team Mercury in the Italian Championship with the support of CRG Read more

Luca Cavalli owned Team Mercury is all set to take part in the Italian Karting Championship from the next round that is scheduled for this coming weekend in Sarno (August 27-30). The team will benefit from the direct technical support of CRG.

Team Mercury in the Italian Championship with the support of CRG

Team Mercury in the Italian Championship with the support of CRG Read more

Luca Cavalli owned Team Mercury is all set to take part in the Italian Karting Championship from the next round that is scheduled for this coming weekend in Sarno (August 27-30). The team will benefit from the direct technical support of CRG.

CRG’s Racing Team in OK and OK Junior at Sarno for the European Championship

CRG’s Racing Team in OK and OK Junior at Sarno for the European Championship Read more

The International Karting circus will be in Italy again this coming weekend as OK and OK Junior are all set to run their 2nd round of the FIA European Championship in Sarno. After the not very lucky opening in Zuera, CRG’s Racing Team worked hard to improve its performance and all drivers are resolute to run a strong race.

Official: CRG's 24h Karting will take place in Adria on 17-18 October

Official: CRG's 24h Karting will take place in Adria on 17-18 October Read more

With the restart of international karting and the definition of new sports calendars after the long break for the Covid emergency, a new date for the prestigious 24 Hours Karting of Italy organized and promoted by CRG has also been confirmed: the event will be held on the weekend of October 18th, always on the Adria race track.

The CRG Racing Team ready to restart

The CRG Racing Team ready to restart Read more

All the pieces of the puzzle are being put back in place as for the International Karting calendar. In recent days, the FIA ​​has officially canceled the 1st round of the OK-OK Junior European Championship in Kristianstad and consequently the single-gear categories will have a 3-stage Championship: Zuera on August 2nd, Sarno on August 23rd and Wackersdorf on September 13th. The KZ classes, on the other hand, will compete in the European Championship on 2 events: the first in Adria on August 16th and the final in Genk on September 6th.

Max Verstappen elected best CRG driver of the last 20 years

Max Verstappen elected best CRG driver of the last 20 years Read more

The Contest on CRG social channels (Facebook and Instagram) to elect the best CRG driver from 2000 to today (the last 20 years) has been very successful. In the end, however, the verdict was unequivocal: Max Verstappen is considered the strongest and most loved driver. The Dutchman scored 983 points and prevailed both in the votes obtained by Facebook and on Instagram. It should be remembered that Verstappen was recently elected by the sector press as the strongest Kart driver of the last 10 years and this further recognition underlines once again how strong and complete he is considered. Behind him, Paolo De Conto ranked with 764 points, a true recent icon of karting, a driver who has given the CRG brand dozens of international successes and who has only retired from racing earlier this season. Lewis Hamilton climbed the 3rd step of the podium, perhaps the most popular F1 driver that CRG has launched at the top of Motorsport. In the top 5 also Jonathan Thonon, 4th with 686 points and still firmly in the memory of Karting enthusiasts, while in 5th place was Robert Kubica (522 points), for which his fan club also moved en masse in the voting by sharing the Contest on their social pages.

Kali Kart Line: Reminder to victories of Michael Schumacher and Alex Zanardi

Kali Kart Line: Reminder to victories of Michael Schumacher and Alex Zanardi Read more

The Kalì Kart brand fundamentally contributed to the history of karting and it immediately reminds all fans of the victories achieved by Michael Schumacher and Alex Zanardi in the 90s. The evolution of Kalì Kart founded by Calogero Vanaria, set the basis for CRG that continued to raise high the flag of this prestigious brand through its production devoted to the Racing Sector. The Kalì Kart range is complete and covers all categories. It distinguishes itself for the high technological content and a top of the range quality. The Kalì Kart brand has its own dealership network that is directly managed by CRG SpA.

Giancarlo Tinini about the goals of CRG and the excessive cost of racing like Lewis Hamilton has mentioned several times

Giancarlo Tinini about the goals of CRG and the excessive cost of racing like Lewis Hamilton has mentioned several times Read more

The Coronavirus emergency stopped production, sporting events and everything that could help the virus spread, motorsport from F1 to Karting has made no exception. All FIA Karting and National Championship have been postponed to a later date and a lot of factories in this sector have shut down.

Coronavirus emergency: CRG activates some safety measures CRG factory closes from march 16th to 20th

Coronavirus emergency: CRG activates some safety measures CRG factory closes from march 16th to 20th Read more

Italy is currently among the countries most affected by Coronavirus and the consequences that this global emergency is generating on karting are both sporting and productive. Italy represents an unparalleled world centre in terms of production chain and, at the same time, many competitive events of international importance such as the WSK races are held in our country. It is therefore clear how the current emergency has an impact on the whole world of karting.

24H Karting of Italy: Adria race postponed for the corona virus emergency

24H Karting of Italy: Adria race postponed for the corona virus emergency Read more

In agreement with the management of the Adria Raceway circuit and in compliance with the directives of CONI and the Italian Government aimed at containing the Covid-19 infection, CRG announces that the 24 Hours Karting of Italy scheduled for 28-29 March on the Adria track has been postponed until a later date.

The IKA KART2000 in transition

The IKA KART2000 in transition Read more

On the last weekend of January, Offenbach am Main in Germany was once again the centre of the karting world. The classic IKA Kartmesse trade fair hosted the world's largest kart exhibition for the 28th time, although in this new decade, the exhibition presented itself on a slightly smaller scale than in previous years. For the first time, the fair only opened six instead of seven halls.

Work in progress for the CRG Racing Team

Work in progress for the CRG Racing Team Read more

The 2020 drivers line-up will be presented in January together with the racing programmes, that will include the participation to all the FIA events and the main international meetings.

CRG presents the 24 hours of Italy 2020

CRG presents the 24 hours of Italy 2020 Read more

You never change a winning format, so the 24 Hours of Italy will keep all the features that made it one of the most prestigious races in the Endurance sector. Starting from the date at the beginning of the season, confirmed on March 28th and 29th. It is confirmed the high-profile location as well, the Adria Raceway, one of the most beautiful layouts, provided with services able to make this hard and demanding marathon the most comfortable as possible for teams, with its masonry boxes, hotel rooms above the pit lane, one of the best a lighting systems in Europe and modern video control system with over 20 cameras.

Arnaud Kozlinski leaves the CRG Racing Team

Arnaud Kozlinski leaves the CRG Racing Team Read more

Since January 2020 Arnaud Kozlinski will not be part of the CRG technical staff anymore. The professional relationship between the Italian factory and the former French driver ends in friendly and consensual way, after a long and successful collaboration.

CRG at the 2nd Karting Expo

CRG at the 2nd Karting Expo Read more

Since Friday 29th November until Sunday 1st December you will be able to visit the CRG stand at the Adria Raceway, in Italy, where the Racing and Rental lines will be displayed, besides the opportunity to test the Karts of the Rental line in the indoor track.

CRG homologated two types of chassis for the international mini category: Hero model and brand new Black Mirror

CRG homologated two types of chassis for the international mini category: Hero model and brand new Black Mirror Read more

One of the greatest news of the 2020 racing season will the debut of the new international Mini category, dedicated to drivers from 9 to 12 years old. This market branch gained more and more importance in the last years, despite the lack of a common technical regulation in the several championships. With the FIA homologations, the goal is balancing the market and the technical regulations of all the main youth championships in the world, including international series such as the WSK and the events promoted by RGMMC.