International Games: Portimao's rainy thriller crowns Jupp, Walker and Robinson!

International Games: Portimao's rainy thriller crowns Jupp, Walker and Robinson! Read more

Emerging talents, mixed weather, close racing, last lap moves and worthy winners: the first International IAME Games provided all the ingredients of a great karting event for the conclusion of the 2020 IAME International season at Portimao! Connor Jupp drove to a sensational on-the-edge win in Senior, Aaron Walker emerged victorious in a rainy Junior Final while Leo Robinson took the Mini victory in a last-lap thriller on the Kartodromo Internacional do Algarve!

Britain's Slater and Bradshaw crowned in Portugal

Britain's Slater and Bradshaw crowned in Portugal Read more

The conclusion of the 2020 FIA Karting World Championship - OK & Junior had no lack of turnarounds before crowning two new British Champions. The omnipresent rain on Sunday 8th November on the Kartódromo Internacional do Algarve played a major role in the final outcome. Freddie Slater, winner in the last metres in the Junior category, and Callum Bradshaw, incredibly dominating in the OK Final, deserve the warmest congratulations.

Fantastic battles in Portimão

Fantastic battles in Portimão Read more

On Saturday, 7th November, the second day of the 2020 FIA Karting World Championship - OK & Junior gave rise to intense confrontations at all levels on the Kartódromo Internacional do Algarve. Under the Portuguese sun, the twenty Qualifying Heats on the schedule proved to be full of adventures. British driver Taylor Barnard has put his mark on the OK category, whereas Singaporean Christian Ho took a very slight advantage in the Junior category.

Kean Nakamura-Berta victorious in Mini class

Kean Nakamura-Berta victorious in Mini class Read more

After being crowned Vice Champion last year, Freddie Slater (GBR) was out for a win and nothing else in 2019. Starting from pole position in the Final he gave himself the best possible chance at doing just that, but would have tough competition around him including Brandon Carr (GBR) who would start from second after gaining 20 places in the Pre Final.