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Digital Subscriptions > Vroom International > n. 212 February 2019 > The analysis and perspectives of CRG’s president on sporting, sales and technical topics

The analysis and perspectives of CRG’s president on sporting, sales and technical topics

As is usual at this time of the year, Giancarlo Tinini draws up a review of the season, in this case 2018. An important analysis precisely because he is one of the main protagonists of the karting sector and its industrial and sports scene.

GIANCARLO TININI

After the end of the 2018 season and the beginning of the new year, it’s time to make balances at the CRG Factory, so the irst topic that we ask the president Giancarlo Tinini regards the analysis of the season:

“We are satisied with the competitiveness that our drivers showed in international races, both in the Racing Team and in the external teams. In KZ we won the CIK-FIA European Championship with Jorrit Pex and we had an excellent season on OK Junior with Bortoleto (3rd at the World Championship and at the European Championship) and other young drivers of the Racing Team. In OK we had some up and downs, but the season ended with some important results, as the 3rd place in the European Championship with Hiltbrand. There is some bitterness for what happened at the KZ World Championship’s qualifying practice, where De Conto stopped for breaking a radiator pipe and provoked also Hiltbrand’s stop. An unlucky episode that forced both drivers to start from the bottom of the grid and that compromised the result in the end. About De Conto, it should be said that he won the KZ European Championship on track, but a controversial decision of the stewards deprived him of a deserved success. But regardless the single episodes, the overall balance is positive in the Racing sector, especially for the results and feedback that our external teams and customers gave on the new chassis presented with the latest FIA homologations.”

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