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Anthony Abbasse (Sodi / Tm) while crossing the finish line of the KZ final (photo KSP); on the right, above, the podium of KZ with Abbasse between De Conto and Ardigò (photo Race Frame); under the podium of the Junior with the winner Antonelli between the Australian Wharton and the Danish driver Laursen (photo Race Frame)


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Vroom International
n. 213 March 2019

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Everything that has happened in karting since 1989 has been reported as faithfully as possible on these pages. And during these 30 years Vroom has witnessed events that have left their mark, keeping them alive in the history of this motorsport discipline…
Interviews with the protagonists of the irst races of the season and scoops. This and so much more on our website in February.
As we know, social networks facilitate user involvement
The 2019 race season is well underway -and so is our Tech Support program
The French driver Anthony Abbasse wins a significant victory at the Winter Cup in Lonato and confirms himself to be the strongest antagonist in the international KZ event.
After the leadership he was used to for two seasons in a row, and after a 2018 stingy with satisfaction, Paolo De Conto wants to return to winning immediately.
Among the hot names of the top series, Marco Ardigò cannot be missing. Eternal Tony Kart team man, Ardigò has brilliantly passed the period of convalescence after his rib injury, now full recovering his activities on the track.
The new Croc Promotion has definitely come to life at the Winter Cup in Lonato, with a new structure and many representatives on the track.
On the occasion of the Winter Cup we involved Danilo Rossi in the analysis of the most recent problems of karting.
2018 was a year full of satisfactions for the OTK group, which conquered four CIK FIA titles, such as the KZ World Championship thanks to Kosmic Racing Department and Patrik Hájek, the KZ2 Super Cup with Tony Kart Racing Team and Matteo Viganò, as well as the OKJ European and World Championship, respectively, as a technical partner of Ricky Flynn Motorsport and the VDK Racing team. To these is added the victory in the WSK Super Master Series in KZ2 with Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart Racing Team) and numerous other podiums.
An exciting new season and another milestone for Rotax as they prepare for the 20th Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals.
The 2019 season inale for Rotax Racing around the world promises to be nothing short of “fantastico” & truly “memorabile” when the celebrations go south to the famous Circuito Internazionale Napoli, Sarno in Italy for the 20th annual Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals!
The second season of the German Electric Kart Championship (DEKM) opens up the chance for international drivers to participate in the 2019 eKart race series, while once again focusing on providing equal opportunities and performance with substantial prizes and incentives to share.
It was history in the making when Phil Britz crossed the line at the deciding round of the 2018 German Electric Kart Championship at Karting Genk in Belgium last August, securing the victory to become the first person to win the Porsche Motorsport-supported eKart series.
The BNL Karting Series has now started its racing adventure in 2019, having recently hosted its customary ‘Kick-Of,’ which took place at Belgium’s Karting Genk, based in the Limburg region.
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KG’s new air ilter and intake silencer was developed in collaboration with SprintFilter and offers a signiicant step forward in terms of technological evolution.
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Vintage Karting Association, 15th Annual Reunion at Adams Motorsports
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