Brazilian Morgatto and Thailand's Tarnvanichkul crowned World Champions

Brazilian Morgatto and Thailand's Tarnvanichkul crowned World Champions Read more

Matheus Morgatto and Enzo Tarnvanichkul have just made FIA Karting history. It had been 24 years since a Brazilian had won a World Championship and Morgatto deserved his title in OK after a perfect run. On the Italian circuit of Sarno, in the sun, Tarnvanichkul became the first ever Thai World Champion.

Sunday livestream: FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior at the Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno

Sunday livestream: FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior at the Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno Read more

The 7th entry list for the Mondokart.com FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior in Sarno is back to the highest levels that were recorded in 2018. More than 200 drivers from 49 nations are registered for this world event, which will take place in Italy from 15th to 18th September to close a brilliant 2022 season. The attractiveness of the Circuito Internazionale Napoli has not waned over time and the current version of the Sarno track, 1550 m long, is very challenging.

Morgatto and Tarnvanichkul lead the qualifying heats in Sarno

Morgatto and Tarnvanichkul lead the qualifying heats in Sarno Read more

With the return of the sun and milder weather conditions compared to Qualifying Practice, the 199 drivers entered in the Mondokart.com FIA Karting World Championship - OK and OK-Junior produced a magnificent show throughout the 43 Qualifying Heats. In each category, 72 drivers won their ticket for the Super Heats on Sunday morning, which will precede the long awaited Finals! Matheus Morgatto (BRA) in OK and Enzo Tarnvanichkul (THA) in OK-Junior are provisionally in first place, but the event is far from over.

Saturday livestream: FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior at the Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno

Saturday livestream: FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior at the Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno Read more

The 7th entry list for the Mondokart.com FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior in Sarno is back to the highest levels that were recorded in 2018. More than 200 drivers from 49 nations are registered for this world event, which will take place in Italy from 15th to 18th September to close a brilliant 2022 season. The attractiveness of the Circuito Internazionale Napoli has not waned over time and the current version of the Sarno track, 1550 m long, is very challenging.

Fardin and Rehm on pole in the FIA Karting World Championship

Fardin and Rehm on pole in the FIA Karting World Championship Read more

199 drivers of 48 nationalities had to face wet and changing weather conditions on Friday 16th September at the Sarno circuit (ITA). At the foot of Mount Vesuvius, it rained at the beginning of the day, but the track dried out during Qualifying, to the point where the drivers of the last session started on slick tyres. In this context, there was no shortage of surprises, such as the pole positions achieved by German Maxime Rehm in OK and Swiss driver Kian Fardin in OK-Junior.

Results: FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior at the Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno

Results: FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior at the Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno Read more

The 7th entry list for the Mondokart.com FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior in Sarno is back to the highest levels that were recorded in 2018. More than 200 drivers from 49 nations are registered for this world event, which will take place in Italy from 15th to 18th September to close a brilliant 2022 season. The attractiveness of the Circuito Internazionale Napoli has not waned over time and the current version of the Sarno track, 1550 m long, is very challenging.

Friday livestream: FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior at the Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno

Friday livestream: FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior at the Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno Read more

The 7th entry list for the Mondokart.com FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior in Sarno is back to the highest levels that were recorded in 2018. More than 200 drivers from 49 nations are registered for this world event, which will take place in Italy from 15th to 18th September to close a brilliant 2022 season. The attractiveness of the Circuito Internazionale Napoli has not waned over time and the current version of the Sarno track, 1550 m long, is very challenging.

Live-timing and results: FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior at the Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno

Live-timing and results: FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior at the Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno Read more

The 7th entry list for the Mondokart.com FIA Karting World Championship - OK & OK-Junior in Sarno is back to the highest levels that were recorded in 2018. More than 200 drivers from 49 nations are registered for this world event, which will take place in Italy from 15th to 18th September to close a brilliant 2022 season. The attractiveness of the Circuito Internazionale Napoli has not waned over time and the current version of the Sarno track, 1550 m long, is very challenging.

Taylor Barnard wins nail-biting finale at the Lausitzring

Taylor Barnard wins nail-biting finale at the Lausitzring Read more

Excitement right down to the finish: Taylor Barnard (18/GBR/PHM Racing) came through an exciting race in ADAC Formula 4 to take a narrow victory over team-mate Nikita Bedrin (ITA) on Sunday. Behind them, Valentin Kluss (15/Bad Mergentheim/PHM Racing) snatched third place and his first podium in the final metres at the DEKRA Lausitzring. “It is unbelievable that I managed to win from eighth on the grid. I saw in my rear mirror that the lead over Nikita was coming down all the time.

Nikita Bedrin defies the rain to win at the DEKRA Lausitzring

Nikita Bedrin defies the rain to win at the DEKRA Lausitzring Read more

Win number one of the season for Nikita Bedrin (ITA/PHM Racing): the 16-year-old Italian took victory in a wet ADAC Formula 4 race at the DEKRA Lausitzring, finishing ahead of Taylor Barnard (18/GBR/PHM Racing) who made it a one-two for Berlin-based PHM Racing at the team’s home event at the 3.478-kilometre racetrack. Rasmus Joutsimies (19/FIN/Jenzer Motorsport) came home third to claim his first podium and first place in the Rookie competition.

The 2021 titles of WSK Open Cup have been assigned

The 2021 titles of WSK Open Cup have been assigned Read more

The second round of the WSK Open Cup in Adria has awarded the KZ2 title to the Italian Giuseppe Palomba, that of OK to the Finn Tuukka Taponen, OKJ’s to the American Luis James Egozi and MINI’s to the Austrian Niklas Schaufler.

The heats of WSK Open Cup reward the efforts of Palomba (KZ2), Turney (OK), Egozi (OKJ) and Schaufler (MINI) in Lonato

The heats of WSK Open Cup reward the efforts of Palomba (KZ2), Turney (OK), Egozi (OKJ) and Schaufler (MINI) in Lonato Read more

Qualifying heats ended the first selection of the 250 drivers of the WSK Open Cup at the South Garda Karting circuit. The integral coverage of the final stages will be broadcast through the Live Streaming on Sunday, September 19th.

Kremers and Gustavsson crowned at Genk, Zilisch on track for the Academy

Kremers and Gustavsson crowned at Genk, Zilisch on track for the Academy Read more

In perfect weather conditions, the last day of the Genk competition offered a high quality show to the fans of close racing from all over the world. In the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ, Stan Pex won the Final in front of Marijn Kremers who took the title. In the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ2, the scenario was similar with the victory of David Trefilov and the crowning of Viktor Gustavsson. By winning the Final of the FIA Karting Academy Trophy, Connor Zilisch took a decisive option on the title.

Millel, Gustavsson and Braeken on pole position in Genk

Millel, Gustavsson and Braeken on pole position in Genk Read more

The FIA Karting competition in Genk started this Friday afternoon, 4th September, with the Qualifying Practice for the second round of the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ & KZ2 and the FIA Karting Academy Trophy. The health constraints in force in Belgium concerning the Covid-19 required the implementation of a very strict protocol, which made it hard for a significant number of drivers to reach the Genk venue. Sweden's Noah Millel and Viktor Gustavsson were the fastest in KZ and KZ2 respectively, while Belgium's Tom Braeken was the Academy pole position holder.