Formula 20000: Historic races for karts are now part of the French scene!

Formula 20000: Historic races for karts are now part of the French scene! Read more

At the end of September 2018, a race called the “20,000 Revs per minute” reserved for karts with bodywork, powered by 100 cc air-cooled engines from the period 1986 to 2003, took place at Le Mans as a curtain raiser to the famous 24 Heures Karting. The aim was to test the formula and it has to be said that for a premier it couldn’t have been a bigger success!

France: International registrations open for FFSA Karting OK and OKJ events

France: International registrations open for FFSA Karting OK and OKJ events Read more

The FFSA is delighted to welcome international participants to its OK and OK-Junior events at Angerville and Le Mans, ideally placed two weeks before each of the two FIA ​​Karting European Championships competitions taking place in France this year.

A 100% female Birel ART team with Richard Mille

A 100% female Birel ART team with Richard Mille Read more

A few days after the selection organised at Le Mans in single-seaters, the Richard Mille Young Talent Academy unveiled another of its objectives, this time in karting at Lonato. In a similar procedure, six girls aged from 13 to 17 were assessed to form a two-driver women's team for the 2019 international season.

Two FFSA events to prepare for the 2019 FIA Karting European Championships in France

Two FFSA events to prepare for the 2019 FIA Karting European Championships in France Read more

France is fortunate to host two competitions of the FIA ​​Karting European Championship - OK and OK-Junior in 2019. The opening round will take place on 20th and 21st April at Angerville, while the fourth and final event will take place at Le Mans on 20th and 21st July.

Peter Elkmann wins FIA Karting European Championship - Superkart

Peter Elkmann wins FIA Karting European Championship - Superkart Read more

The conclusion of the FIA ​​Karting European Championship - Superkart was held on the Bugatti circuit of Le Mans on 27th and 28th October 2018. It was consistent with the predictions and lively between the protagonists with the highest entry of the year (29 Drivers), while a few dropouts were missed.

European Final Superkart at Le Mans: Anything is still possible

European Final Superkart at Le Mans: Anything is still possible Read more

The third and final Competition of the 2018 FIA Karting European Championship - Superkart will take place as in previous years on the Bugatti circuit of Le Mans from 26th to 28th October. The entry promises to be higher in France than in the two previous rounds with 29 entries, because of a healthy French delegation - eight Drivers - ahead of that of the British who are also well represented with seven Drivers.

A fantastic show at Le Mans and another bet won by IAME

A fantastic show at Le Mans and another bet won by IAME Read more

The 7th IAME International Final flawlessly organized in 2018 finished in a blaze of glory with breath-taking, hotly-contested races in front of more than 5000 spectators. Although changeable weather was expected it stayed fine and the track was dry throughout!

Alex Irlando at his second 24 Heuers Karting in Le Mans

Alex Irlando at his second 24 Heuers Karting in Le Mans Read more

Three weeks after the KZ CIK-FIA World Championship in Genk, Alex Irlando returns to race his favourite race: the 24 Heures Karting in Le Mans.

CRG at the 24 Hours Karting of Le Mans on September 29th-30th.

CRG at the 24 Hours Karting of Le Mans on September 29th-30th. Read more

The CIK-FIA 24 Hours Endurance race will take place in Le Mans on September 29th-30th. CRG will take part in the competition with a team made by Paolo De Conto, Pedro Hiltbrand, Callum Bradshaw and Andrea Rosso. The start on Saturday  September 29th  at 15:00.