2019/2020 IAME Series UAE champions and the UAE World finalists for the 2020 International Final Le Mans

2019/2020 IAME Series UAE champions and the UAE World finalists for the 2020 International Final Le Mans Read more

The IAME Series UAE is a premier kart racing championship in the United Arab Emirates. The 2019 / 2020 championship was held over 5 rounds with race events taking place at RAK Track, Dubai Kartdrome and Al Forsan Circuit. Round 6 was cancelled due to COVID-19. The decision was made to ensure the safety of the UAE community, and in line with continued efforts made by the UAE government and respective bodies to prevent the spread of coronavirus.  The top 3 finishers in each championship catergory of the IAME Series UAE win entry to the IAME International Final held at Le Mans in France.

 

FIA World Championships moved from Le Mans to Lonato

FIA World Championships moved from Le Mans to Lonato Read more

Due to the fact that the Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO) has postponed two major events on its calendar, it will no longer organise the FIA Karting World Championship - KZ, the FIA Karting International Super Cup – KZ2, the third Competition of the FIA Karting Academy Trophy and the FIA Karting Historic Super Cup initially scheduled to take place in Le Mans (FRA) from 10th to 13th September 2020. The World Championship will now be held in Lonato.

BNL Karting Series 2020 - Kick Off Aftermovie

BNL Karting Series 2020 - Kick Off Aftermovie Read more

Around 150 drivers headed to the "Home Of Champions" in the first weekend of March, representing 16 different nations, to battle against the very best in Rotax racing circles, with six different classes in action.

The Rotax MAX Challenge International Trophy prepares for the next exciting event at Le Mans

The Rotax MAX Challenge International Trophy prepares for the next exciting event at Le Mans Read more

Building on the undeniable success of the first edition, BRP-Rotax and 3MK Events continue their collaboration, in partnership with the ACO, to organise the 2020 Rotax MAX Challenge International Trophy from Tuesday, July 28 to Saturday, August 1 at the Le Mans International Karting circuit in France. This impressive event offers a unique karting experience as well as attractive side events throughout the weekend.

2019 FIA Karting best-of: 2019 season

2019 FIA Karting best-of: 2019 season Read more

The 2019 season of FIA Karting Championships, Cups and Trophies were organised over ten Competitions involving six categories in six European countries, Germany, Belgium, Finland, France, Italy and Sweden.

Another successful year for Energy Corse

Another successful year for Energy Corse Read more

From victory at the Winter Cup at the beginning of the season to successes in the WSK throughout the year, including a new European Championship, the Energy Corse brand and its official team completed a series of victorious meetings at the international level in 2019. All these trophies won by the drivers in the Energy Corse colours are the result of meticulous work to offer competitive equipment to the drivers, recognised technical knowledge and high quality racing team staff.

Rotax Max Challenge International Trophy 2020

Rotax Max Challenge International Trophy 2020 Read more

After the great success of the first edition of the Rotax MAX Challenge International Trophy in Le Mans last year, BRP-Rotax is proud to announce that it has – partnering again with 3MK Events and Le Mans Karting International / ACO Automobile Club de l'Ouest – fixed the date for 2020.

Rafael Villagomez recognised by the Richard Mille Young Talent Academy in Le Mans

Rafael Villagomez recognised by the Richard Mille Young Talent Academy in Le Mans Read more

Held in difficult weather conditions, the second Richard Mille Young Talent Academy highlighted Mexico's Rafael Villagomez among the 17 young talents gathered at Le Mans. After rigorous physical, mental and sporting evaluations, Rafael made the difference with his ability to progress, suggesting excellent potential in motorsport. Richard Mille has shown his confidence in him by offering him the chance to participate in the 2020 French F4 Championship.

Anything is possible at the FIA Karting European Championship - Superkart 2019

Anything is possible at the FIA Karting European Championship - Superkart 2019 Read more

Le Mans will host the single Competition of the 2019 FIA ​​Karting European Championship - Superkart, which will adopt a new format for the occasion, on October 26th & 27th at the Bugatti circuit (FRA).

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.

Alex O’Grady hangs on to win in new class

Alex O’Grady hangs on to win in new class Read more

This year saw the inception of two new classes at the IAME International Final with Minime (FFSA) / Cadet (MUK) one of them. The youngest of our warriors was made up with a 28 kart field for the final. Like all the finals it treated us with plenty of excitement and a tense last lap which would see Alex O’Grady (IRL) just hold on to take the win for Alfie Slater (GBR).

Ash Sutton wins International Final on Super Shifter debut!

Ash Sutton wins International Final on Super Shifter debut! Read more

When British Touring Car driver, Ash Sutton (GBR), appeared on the the entry list in the Super Shifter class many were excited to see what he could do. A champion in the BTCC, Ash has gone on to some magnificent things since leaving Karting, but this was supposed to be a fun experience having not raced a Kart for several years.

MacDonald wins Pro class in nail biting finish

MacDonald wins Pro class in nail biting finish Read more

The Pro class was a new concept for 2019 and the final alone proved it was a huge success. Featuring a huge number of some of the World’s best all in one grid meant one bad result in the heats didn’t put you completely out of contention. Dean MacDonald (GBR) is someone who can certainly vouch for that, having started his first head facing the wrong way he came back in style to take an impressive win.

Johan Renaux sends French crowd wild!

Johan Renaux sends French crowd wild! Read more

The home crowd in Le Mans were treated to a French winner with Johan Renaux (FRA) holding his nerve to win in the Master category! The race was far from an easy one, after a bad Pre Final Sebastien Bielande (BEL) was on a charge through the field and closed the gap to just 0.3 seconds at the flag in a nail biting finish.

Oliver Bearman recovers to win Junior in last lap drama

Oliver Bearman recovers to win Junior in last lap drama Read more

It was a last lap which showed the two completely emotions some may go through in this sport. Oliver Bearman (GBR) looked almost down and out at one stage as he fought to try and stay in the top ten, but kept his head down and was rewarded for his efforts with a win on the final lap. As for Oliver Gray (GBR), he did everything right in the race and pretty much had it in the bag before a mechanical problem with his engine saw him slow up on the final lap coming out of the first corner and he was visibly devastated as he was left at the side of track whilst Bearman celebrated his IAME International Final win.

Mark Kimber wins thrilling Senior Final

Mark Kimber wins thrilling Senior Final Read more

As ever the Senior class did not fail to disappoint when it came to drama. A fantastic contest would eventually see Mark Kimber (GBR) come out on top, but it was a race that took several twists and turns along the way. After the Pre Final an exciting front row was formed in the shape of Ben Barnicoat (GBR) and Joey van Splunteren (NED) but they would be far from the only two drivers who would play a part in this race.

LIVESTREAM Saturday: IAME International Final 2019 at Le Mans

LIVESTREAM Saturday: IAME International Final 2019 at Le Mans Read more

A great show is expected as the highest level of Karting drivers will be concentrated in this unique event. Minime FFSA/ Cadet MUK, X30 Mini, X30 Junior, X30 Senior, X30 Master, X30 Pro, X30 Super Shifter classes will fill the grids of the 4 days races, for a Karting spectacle never seen before.

LIVESTREAM Friday: IAME International Final 2019 at Le Mans

LIVESTREAM Friday: IAME International Final 2019 at Le Mans Read more

A great show is expected as the highest level of Karting drivers will be concentrated in this unique event. Minime FFSA/ Cadet MUK, X30 Mini, X30 Junior, X30 Senior, X30 Master, X30 Pro, X30 Super Shifter classes will fill the grids of the 4 days races, for a Karting spectacle never seen before.

LIVESTREAM: IAME International Final 2019 at Le Mans

LIVESTREAM: IAME International Final 2019 at Le Mans Read more

A great show is expected as the highest level of Karting drivers will be concentrated in this unique event. Minime FFSA/ Cadet MUK, X30 Mini, X30 Junior, X30 Senior, X30 Master, X30 Pro, X30 Super Shifter classes will fill the grids of the 4 days races, for a Karting spectacle never seen before.

LIVESTREAM: IAME International Final 2019 at Le Mans

LIVESTREAM: IAME International Final 2019 at Le Mans Read more

A great show is expected as the highest level of Karting drivers will be concentrated in this unique event. Minime FFSA/ Cadet MUK, X30 Mini, X30 Junior, X30 Senior, X30 Master, X30 Pro, X30 Super Shifter classes will fill the grids of the 4 days races, for a Karting spectacle never seen before.

LIVETIMING: IAME International Final 2019 at Le Mans

LIVETIMING: IAME International Final 2019 at Le Mans Read more

A great show is expected as the highest level of Karting drivers will be concentrated in this unique event. Minime FFSA/ Cadet MUK, X30 Mini, X30 Junior, X30 Senior, X30 Master, X30 Pro, X30 Super Shifter classes will fill the grids of the 4 days races, for a Karting spectacle never seen before.

Rain disrupts early qualifying sessions at Le Mans

Rain disrupts early qualifying sessions at Le Mans Read more

The first qualifying sessions have now been completed in Le Mans, France, with the Minime (FFSA) / Cadet (UK), X30 Mini, X30 Junior and X30 Master all taking to the track this morning in mixed conditions.

RESULTS: IAME International Final 2019 at Le Mans

RESULTS: IAME International Final 2019 at Le Mans Read more

A great show is expected as the highest level of Karting drivers will be concentrated in this unique event. Minime FFSA/ Cadet MUK, X30 Mini, X30 Junior, X30 Senior, X30 Master, X30 Pro, X30 Super Shifter classes will fill the grids of the 4 days races, for a Karting spectacle never seen before.

24 Hours Karting at Le Mans 2019: Sodikart wins the FIA Karting Endurance Championship for the second time

24 Hours Karting at Le Mans 2019: Sodikart wins the FIA Karting Endurance Championship for the second time Read more

The 4th edition of the FIA Karting Endurance Championship finished with an indisputable victory for the No.1 - Sodikart team, winner of the 2019 24 Hours Karting at Le Mans. The race was marked by a number of very fast relays on a dry track until Sunday morning. The rain set in until the last hour of the Race, with the finish coinciding with the return of fine weather. The OK engines once again demonstrated their power and reliability in a Competition that is demanding for both equipment and Drivers.

Wintec on pole position for the 24 Hours Karting at Le Mans

Wintec on pole position for the 24 Hours Karting at Le Mans Read more

The 4th edition of the FIA ​​Karting Endurance Championship is currently taking place on the Le Mans International Karting Circuit as part of the 24 Hours Karting. It was rainy during Free Tests and at the beginning of Qualifying Practice which finished on a dry track with Pole Position for the No. 24 - Wintec team.

4th edition of the FIA Karting Endurance Championship in preparation at Le Mans

4th edition of the FIA Karting Endurance Championship in preparation at Le Mans Read more

Like last year, the Autombile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) has chosen to match the date of the 24-hour Karting with another very popular event, the 24-hour Trucks on the famous Bugatti circuit next to the kart track. This means that the FIA ​​Karting Endurance Championship and the penultimate round of the FIA European Truck Racing Championship which will be held concomitantly in Le Mans (FRA) from 27th to 29th September 2019 can count on a large cumulative contingent of fans.

Towards the OK and OK Junior World Champion

Towards the OK and OK Junior World Champion Read more

The Tony Kart Racing Team is looking forward to taking part in the OK and OK Junior FIA Karting World Championship with great enthusiasm and full confidence, taking place on the circuit in Alahärmä, Finland. All the best drivers and manufacturers are going to fight for the most prestigious title.

Team Evolution back at the top and focused on securing more titles in 2019

Team Evolution back at the top and focused on securing more titles in 2019 Read more

With a hectic summer season program underway, Team Evolution is pushing hard to make every weekend count. Round 4 of the IAME Series Benelux 2019 was no exception, as the British team secured three podiums and notable results amidst the challenging weather conditions throughout the event at the Karting Genk – ‘Home of Champions’ circuit in Belgium. In the X30 Senior category, Joey van Splunteren bounced back to the top, after a less than satisfying Euro Series round recently, outperforming all his competitive rivals for victory and his invitation to the IAME International Final at Le Mans mid-October. Zach Ripley and Herolind Nuredini took a brilliant 2nd and 3rd respectively in X30 Juniors, with Ripley closing the gap on the series lead. 

Rotax Max Challenge International Trophy an exceptional success from the first edition

Rotax Max Challenge International Trophy an exceptional success from the first edition Read more

By partnering with 3MK Events and the Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO), BRP-Rotax has had an unquestionable success with the launch of its new world-class event at the Le Mans circuit. Almost 300 drivers, 44 countries, five continents, impeccable organisation, a magnificent circuit, thrilling races, a magical atmosphere, prizes and much more, led to delighted participants returning with a smile and with a greater desire than ever to continue their kart racing programme in the Rotax categories.

LIVESTREAM: ROTAX Max Challenge International Trophy at the Circuit Alain Prost in Le Mans, France

LIVESTREAM: ROTAX Max Challenge International Trophy at the Circuit Alain Prost in Le Mans, France Read more

This weekend the ROTAX Max Challenge International Trophy will take place at the Circuit Alain Prost in Le Mans, France. A legendary track from the 1970s-1990s can claim to have seen the future stars of motorsport in their infancy at several World Karting Championships. Ayrton Senna in 1978, Michael Schumacher in 1985, Jarno Trulli in 1991, as well as Giancarlo Fisichella, Jos Verstappen, Allan McNish, Emmanuel Collard, Benoit Treluyer and Sebastien Bourdais who became famous among others on 1172m of the Alain Prost Circuit.

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