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Single Digital Issue n. 204 June 2018
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Vroom International
n. 204 June 2018

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Yes, so we’re fully into the current season, and with
What happened at PFI during the second continental
The first round of the European KZ / KZ2 was not exempt from controversy. The track was coresponsible for the slippery performance in both categories, causing a bad mood to break out in the post-race.
■ 09/10 June Circuito Internationale Napoli, Sarno
June is an important month for Sodi, wtih Vroom on newsstands; at the Friuli Venezia Giulia International Circuit, the 2018 edition of Sodi World Finals, scheduled from June 14 to 16, is set to run.
The high level of the FIA brand’s most important competition has laid the foundations for a similarity or comparison, now quite pertinent. The competitiveness, large superstructures and the prominent figures involved increasingly link the world of karting to Formula One.
The French Jeremy Iglesias (KZ) and Adrien Renaudin (KZ2) take the honors at Salbris, winning the Finals of the first round of the FIA Karting European Championship for the gearbox classes in a weekend not without controversy.
Pex on Friday and Saturday and Hiltbrand on Sunday seemed ready to reiterate the Allblacks dominance in KZ, but the decline of the Dutchman and the Spaniard’s engine failure upset predictions. Surprisingly, it was Iglesias to win the first leg of the European Championship.
Adrien Renaudin in command from the start had an easy
The Academy Trophy Final put on a great show, or spectacle, as expected. Seventeen laps of close racing for the top spots, thanks largely to the drivers running on equal footing. Same vehicle for everyone, guaranteeing entertainment for fans throughout the weekend.
The Friday time trial fight filed away with Travisanutto
Super weekend for Dutchman Van T’Hoff, capable of surprisingly emerging on a friendly track. Victory built up over the weekend, from qualifying to direct matches, closing the final with a flourish. The race decisive, saw Victor Bernier as absolute frontrunner until the end. The Frenchman, however, author of a great performance, was penalized three seconds for not respecting starting procedures. Masterful performance by Gabriele Minì, third at the finish line, and championship leader.
The first two rounds of the DKM unveil the title contenders in the four categories in Europe’s most popular national championship.
After the debut in Salbris, the IAME Euro Series moved to Mariembourg for the 2nd of 4 scheduled events.
Senna Noor and Prassetyo Hardja dominate in DD2. Senior and Junior also thrillers.
The BNL Karting Series aims to be one of the leading protagonists in Europe and 2018 will be the year for the Belgian championship to play its hand, a league that has invested plenty in economic and other terms in its effort to succeed in its intentions.
Our series of articles on the cooling system continues: now we want to verify how the water pumps for karts actually behave, through a speciallymade test bench.
Analyzing the data of the previous tests on the track
Giovanni Corona, former technical manager of Vortex, does not feel that he’s in retirement and he’s not in the mood to tell anecdotes about his long and successful career. With him we mostly talked about technical matters, the evolution and involution of this sport, seen with a critical and never superficial eye.
After listening to the story of the people who took part in the project we could not resist, and so we set off to experience first hand the thrill of racing on the San Pancrazio track, “the track where were you’d go to dream”, to quote Max Papis, one of the fathers of the project. The track is located about ten hours total flight time from Italy, (see box) but it was definitely worth it.
The city of Finlay in Ohio is known as Flag City USA; however those that have knowledge of the early days of American kart racing know about Findlay for a totally different reason. Findlay was the city where SAE karts were originally built beginning towards the end of 1957 in premises located at 305 Taylor Street.