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.

Disappointment for the Leclerc by Lennox Racing Team

Disappointment for the Leclerc by Lennox Racing Team Read more

The FIA Karting World Championship weekend was one of those events marked in red on the Leclerc By Lennox Racing team’s calendar. However, the heavy rain, combined with highly variable weather conditions and the track at the Kartodromo Internacional do Algarve, shuffled the deck several times, making it difficult for drivers from as early on as the timed practice sessions. Finding themselves stuck in the middle of the group, knocks and penalties ultimately prevented them and the team from exploiting their full potential and frustrated much of the development work done with the TM Racing-powered CL Karting by Birel ART chassis.

First Champions of the Future crowned at Portimao

First Champions of the Future crowned at Portimao Read more

Champions of the Future celebrated the conclusion of its inaugural season last weekend at Portimao with more than 160 drivers competing on the Kartodromo Internacional do Algarve. While Marcus Amand stormed from the midfield to win the OK final, Nikita Bedrin claimed the first Champions of the Future title! Meanwhile, in the Junior class, Ugo Ugochukwu’s dominant win did not prevent Arvid Lindblad from securing the crown at the end of an exciting racing weekend under Portugal’s blue sky!

Competitive Kosmic In Portimao

Competitive Kosmic In Portimao Read more

At the Champions of the Future, the Kosmic Kart material conquers the third position in the championship in the OKJ category. During the last round of the Champions of the Future staged this weekend at the Kartodromo Internacional do Algarve

Tony Kart Racing Team on the occasion of the last round of the Champions of the Future

Tony Kart Racing Team on the occasion of the last round of the Champions of the Future Read more

On the occasion of the last round of the Champions of the Future, theTony Kart Racing Team drivers were testing the Kartodromo Internacional do Algarve. With the races valid for the Champions of the Future going on stage this weekend

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!

First time at Portimão for the Leclerc by Lennox Racing Team

First time at Portimão for the Leclerc by Lennox Racing Team Read more

The last round of Champions of the Future gave the Leclerc By Lennox Racing team the opportunity to familiarise with the Kartodromo Internacional do Algarve, which will be the setting of none other than the FIA OK and OKJ Karting World Championship in a few days’ time

Fantastic final round of the IAME Euro Series in Mariembourg Belgium: new racewinners and the Champions of 2020

Fantastic final round of the IAME Euro Series in Mariembourg Belgium: new racewinners and the Champions of 2020 Read more

The 2020 IAME Euro Series reached its conclusion from October 9th to 11th on the Karting des Fagnes of Mariembourg, in Belgium. Elie Goldstein became the third different winner in Senior, where Guy Cunnington was awarded the title, Aaron Walker claimed both the Junior Final and crown, while Sacha Van’t Pad Bosch took his first Mini victory ahead of the new class winner Cathal Clark!