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Mick Schumacher

Starting this issue is a new feature dedicated to those drivers capable of making the jump from karts to full-blown auto racing. F1 also boasts a large array of drivers who have left their mark in Karting and later in the minor Formulas. Their competitive racing CV begins to take shape right along this road, a formative and indelible career path that distinguishes their history and motorsport's.

TEXT: A.Giustini PHOTO: WafeProject - D.Pastanella

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On the eve of the 1993 Grand Prix of Australia, the journalist Mark Fogerty asked Ayrton Senna who his biggest rival was. The Brazilian's answer left everyone speechless; not Alain Prost (close to retirement), nor fellow countryman Nelson Piquet or the British Nigel Mansell, but Terry Fullerton.Senna's most dificult adversary did not drive a Formula 1, but rather a DAP / Parilla, a testimony of how much the karting past has marked, sports-wise and not, the career of a driver. Even today, karting is the best training ground for drivers, as well as the sole road that can be embarked upon at the beginning of that circuit that leads to the peaks of car racing.

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In this issue: The Chosen Lorenzo Travisanutto (KR/Parilla) is World Champion. The proper epilogue of a thrilling season full of twists and turns. In 30 years he is the tenth Italian to conquer the Olympus of karting. The Junior World Championship goes to France's Victor Bernier (Kosmic/Parilla). FROM KART TO F1 MICK SCHUMACHER, GEORGE RUSSELL, DANIEL TICKTUM AND LANDO NORRIS ROK CUP INTERNATIONAL FINAL EASYKART INTERNATIONAL GRAND FINALS VINTAGE HOFFCO KARTS INTERVIEW WITH DAVIDE FORÉ FACE TO FACE Rubens Barrichello • Nico Rosberg