Season finale for Parolin in Adria

Season finale for Parolin in Adria Read more

The last race of the season, the WSK Final Cup in Adria, was a great success for Parolin Motorsport. There was complete domination and victory for Celenta in KZ2 followed by Travisanutto in 4th position, a double podium for Orlov and Khavalkin in Junior, 2nd place for Costoya in Mini and 4th place for van Langendonck.

The champions of the WSK Final Cup 2021 crowned in Adria

The champions of the WSK Final Cup 2021 crowned in Adria Read more

The WSK season has come to an end at the circuit of Adria with the KZ2 title going to Francesco Celenta, that of OK to Arvid Lindblad, OKJ’s to Lucas Fluxa and MINI’s to David Cosma-Cristofor. A total of 275 drivers gathered in Adria from 45 different nations, as WSK races counted a global participation of 2.900 drivers in 2021.

Sunday live streaming coverage: The tenth edition of the WSK Final Cup in Adria

Sunday live streaming coverage: The tenth edition of the WSK Final Cup in Adria Read more

This weekend the Adria Karting Raceway is going to stage the tenth edition of the WSK Final Cup, which is the closing appointment of the WSK Promotion karting season. A record number of entered drivers, 280, joined the WSK Final Cup of Adria that is scheduled for November 19th-21st in the four categories MINI, OKJ, OK and KZ2. The event closes the international karting 2021 season.

WSK Final Cup, all set in Adria for the final stages

WSK Final Cup, all set in Adria for the final stages Read more

Qualifying heats have identified the main protagonists of the tenth edition of the WSK Final Cup that is underway in Adria. Tomorrow, Sunday, November 21st, Prefinals will be at 10:50, Finals at 14:20 with Live Streaming from www.wsk.it.

Results: The tenth edition of the WSK Final Cup in Adria

Results: The tenth edition of the WSK Final Cup in Adria Read more

This weekend the Adria Karting Raceway is going to stage the tenth edition of the WSK Final Cup, which is the closing appointment of the WSK Promotion karting season. A record number of entered drivers, 280, joined the WSK Final Cup of Adria that is scheduled for November 19th-21st in the four categories MINI, OKJ, OK and KZ2. The event closes the international karting 2021 season.

Live timing: The tenth edition of the WSK Final Cup in Adria

Live timing: The tenth edition of the WSK Final Cup in Adria Read more

This weekend the Adria Karting Raceway is going to stage the tenth edition of the WSK Final Cup, which is the closing appointment of the WSK Promotion karting season. A record number of entered drivers, 280, joined the WSK Final Cup of Adria that is scheduled for November 19th-21st in the four categories MINI, OKJ, OK and KZ2. The event closes the international karting 2021 season.

Parolin Motorsport - Top 10 at the Winter Cup in Lonato

Parolin Motorsport - Top 10 at the Winter Cup in Lonato Read more

This year, the Winter Cup had to give up its usual spot at the beginning of the season to wait until mid-November on the South Garda Karting circuit in Lonato.

Over 230 drivers already entered the WSK Final Cup in Adria

Over 230 drivers already entered the WSK Final Cup in Adria Read more

The tenth edition of the WSK Final Cup will take place from November 19th to 21st at the end of season 2021. The entitled categories are MINI, OKJ, OK and KZ2.

Parolin wins the International Super Cup with Travisanutto

Parolin wins the International Super Cup with Travisanutto Read more

After three seasons dedicated purely to the direct drive categories from Mini to OK, Parolin Motorsport has made a successful return to the gearbox karting field in 2021 with its TM Racing engines. At the Kristianstad world meeting Lorenzo Travisanutto dominated the FIA Karting International Super Cup - KZ2 and added a fourth major success to his record. Parolin's success was complemented by James Wharton's top five finish and Viktor Öberg's 7th place.

Milell, a Swedish World Champion in Sweden

Milell, a Swedish World Champion in Sweden Read more

The Kristianstad event concluded with pure and hard racing and several twists and turns. Sweden's Noah Milell was finally crowned FIA Karting World Champion - KZ after completely dominating the Final. The FIA Karting International Super Cup - KZ2 was won by Italian Lorenzo Travisanutto after a perfect Final. In the FIA Karting Academy Trophy, David Walther from Denmark won the Final while Maciej Gladysz from Poland won the Trophy.

Sunday live streaming coverage: FIA Karting World Championship KZ/KZ2 and final Academy Trophy in Kristianstad

Sunday live streaming coverage: FIA Karting World Championship KZ/KZ2 and final Academy Trophy in Kristianstad Read more

Sweden is set to host one of the two world events of the FIA Karting season at the Kristianstad circuit for the third time. Just like five years ago, the FIA Karting World Championship - KZ, the FIA Karting International Super Cup - KZ2 and the final FIA Karting Academy Trophy competition will be held on the 1221m Åsum Ring from 3rd to 5th September 2021.

Spectacular heats in Sweden

Spectacular heats in Sweden Read more

The second day of the FIA Karting event in Kristianstad was a high quality sporting spectacle throughout the 18 Qualifying Heats which came one after the other. There was no shortage of drama and the Qualifying hierarchy was largely changed by the intensity of the races. The three polemen were notably dethroned.

Saturday live stream: FIA Karting World Championship KZ/KZ2 and final Academy Trophy in Kristianstad

Saturday live stream: FIA Karting World Championship KZ/KZ2 and final Academy Trophy in Kristianstad Read more

Sweden is set to host one of the two world events of the FIA Karting season at the Kristianstad circuit for the third time. Just like five years ago, the FIA Karting World Championship - KZ, the FIA Karting International Super Cup - KZ2 and the final FIA Karting Academy Trophy competition will be held on the 1221m Åsum Ring from 3rd to 5th September 2021.

FIA Karting: Racing already well underway in Kristianstad

FIA Karting: Racing already well underway in Kristianstad Read more

The Swedish Åsum Ring has been the scene of some promising battles in all three categories of this FIA Karting event, with the final Free Practice and Qualifying sessions taking place. The Qualifying Heats, which start on Saturday morning, should not disappoint the spectators and observers.

Results: FIA Karting World Championship KZ/KZ2 and final Academy Trophy in Kristianstad

Results: FIA Karting World Championship KZ/KZ2 and final Academy Trophy in Kristianstad Read more

Sweden is set to host one of the two world events of the FIA Karting season at the Kristianstad circuit for the third time. Just like five years ago, the FIA Karting World Championship - KZ, the FIA Karting International Super Cup - KZ2 and the final FIA Karting Academy Trophy competition will be held on the 1221m Åsum Ring from 3rd to 5th September 2021.

Live-timing and results: FIA Karting World Championship KZ/KZ2 and final Academy Trophy in Kristianstad

Live-timing and results: FIA Karting World Championship KZ/KZ2 and final Academy Trophy in Kristianstad Read more

Sweden is set to host one of the two world events of the FIA Karting season at the Kristianstad circuit for the third time. Just like five years ago, the FIA Karting World Championship - KZ, the FIA Karting International Super Cup - KZ2 and the final FIA Karting Academy Trophy competition will be held on the 1221m Åsum Ring from 3rd to 5th September 2021.

Parolin Motorsport Srl - Travisanutto on the KZ2 podium in Adria

Parolin Motorsport Srl - Travisanutto on the KZ2 podium in Adria Read more

The second round of the European KZ & KZ2 Championship saw the Parolin Motorsport drivers demonstrate the effectiveness of their TM Racing-powered Parolin chassis in both classes. Lorenzo Travisanutto showed steady progress and finished on the KZ2 podium after a strong Final 10-place gain with the fastest lap, while Francesco Celenta, also the fastest in the Final, also made up ground to finish 7th in KZ.

Two new European Champions crowned in Adria: Longhi in KZ and Pollini in KZ2

Two new European Champions crowned in Adria: Longhi in KZ and Pollini in KZ2 Read more

The FIA Karting event in Adria (ITA) concluded in style with a breathtaking final day in the tradition of the first two. From the last Qualifying Heats in the morning to the Finals in the afternoon, this Sunday 15th August delivered races of rare intensity punctuated by resounding dramatic twists. The Italians were in the limelight in the gearbox categories. The Final of the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ was won by Paolo Ippolito, while the title went to Riccardo Longhi. In the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ2, Giacomo Pollini won both the Final and the Championship with flying colours. Poland's Maciej Gladysz won the Final of the FIA Karting Academy Trophy and took the lead in the provisional standings.

Parolin Motorsport Srl - Good final push in KZ2 at Wackersdorf

Parolin Motorsport Srl - Good final push in KZ2 at Wackersdorf Read more

The two Parolin Motorsport KZ2 rookies, James Wharton and Lorenzo Travisanutto, finished the first meeting of the 2021 European Championship on a very positive note. After a worse than expected start to the competition, they recovered in the Final to both finish in the top 10. Francesco Celenta was aiming for a top five finish in the KZ class, but was unable to finish the meeting due to injury.

Christian Costoya on the second step of the podium at Adria

Christian Costoya on the second step of the podium at Adria Read more

The arrival of warm summer weather coincided with a number of new and rewarding performances for the Parolin Motorsport team at Adria Karting Raceway. The second round of the WSK Euro Series, which took place from 10th to 13th June 2021, saw Christian Costoya shine at the top of the Mini class, while Francesco Celenta showed his competitiveness in KZ2 at the circuit which will host the final round of the European Championship in August.

Jesse Carrasquedo encouraged by Formula 1 driver Sergio Perez: Mexico's next generation is on the move

Jesse Carrasquedo encouraged by Formula 1 driver Sergio Perez: Mexico's next generation is on the move Read more

Jesse Carrasquedo is a very promising 14 year old Mexican kart driver with dreams of reaching the top of motorsport. Having achieved excellent results from his debut in his home country, then in the United States and now in Europe for the last four years, Jesse has moved up from Junior to OK in 2021. After several preparatory events, he has just entered a new decisive stage in his career by making his debut in the FIA Karting European Championship, staying with the official Parolin Motorsport team.

Strengthened formation and programme for the Parolin Motorsport Team

Strengthened formation and programme for the Parolin Motorsport Team Read more

In the first change of 2021, the official racing team of the Parolin Racing Kart factory has changed its name to become Parolin Motorsport Srl, a racing team in its own right. After its numerous successes in Mini, OK-Junior and OK, Parolin will make its big comeback in KZ with strong ambitions. In total, this season the Parolin Motorsport team will include 18 drivers from 13 nations in the four international categories, while technical collaboration continues with the TM Racing factory.

Final sprint in Adria for the WSK Open Cup

Final sprint in Adria for the WSK Open Cup Read more

All prefinals of the WSK Open Cup Round 1 and Round 2 have been run ahead of the finals that will award the titles on Sunday, November 29th in Adria. All the finals in Live Streaming from www.wsk.it.  

All drivers back on track in Adria for Round 2 of WSK Open Cup

All drivers back on track in Adria for Round 2 of WSK Open Cup Read more

The provisional classifications of the heats valid for Round 2 see Pex on top in KZ2, Barnard in OK, Ugochukwu and Lindblad equal in OKJ, Gladysz and Skulanov in MINI.       

Travisanutto and Al Dhaheri let the colours of Parolin shine worldwide.

Travisanutto and Al Dhaheri let the colours of Parolin shine worldwide. Read more

At the beginning of November, the FIA Karting OK and Junior World Championship concluded a 2020 season disrupted by serious health problems on a global scale. Everyone worked hard to try to make up for the time lost away from the circuits. Well prepared, the Parolin Racing Team approached the major world meeting with serenity, but the Portuguese weather conditions upset its plans.

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.

Sunday Livestream of the FIA Karting World Championship - OK & Junior

Sunday Livestream of the FIA Karting World Championship - OK & Junior Read more

The FIA Karting World Championship - OK & Junior has been rescheduled to the Kartódromo Internacional do Algarve in Portugal from 5th to 8th November 2020. The circuit of Portimão, in the south of Portugal, received its last CIK-FIA Competition in June 2016 for the OK and OK-Junior European Championships as well as the Academy Trophy. Located within a superb complex dedicated to motorsport, which has just been awarded the Portuguese F1 Grand Prix, the karting facilities include a 1531 metre long track, full of gradient changes, fast and spectacular.

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.

Saturday Livestream of the FIA Karting World Championship - OK & Junior

Saturday Livestream of the FIA Karting World Championship - OK & Junior Read more

The FIA Karting World Championship - OK & Junior has been rescheduled to the Kartódromo Internacional do Algarve in Portugal from 5th to 8th November 2020. The circuit of Portimão, in the south of Portugal, received its last CIK-FIA Competition in June 2016 for the OK and OK-Junior European Championships as well as the Academy Trophy. Located within a superb complex dedicated to motorsport, which has just been awarded the Portuguese F1 Grand Prix, the karting facilities include a 1531 metre long track, full of gradient changes, fast and spectacular.

Badoer and Morgatto take difficult pole positions in Portugal

Badoer and Morgatto take difficult pole positions in Portugal Read more

The 2020 FIA Karting World Championship - OK & Junior in Portugal has just started in wet weather on Friday 6th November. After the Qualifying Practice sessions that were complex to manage, Brando Badoer (ITA) took the Junior pole position and Matheus Morgatto (BRA) remained the fastest in OK.