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The new Super-approved

With the new regulations and new approvals, three twincylinder engines for the 250 Superkart class have been certiied: DEA, PVP and VM. Let’s see the features.

The 2019 karting season has seen the introduction of the new Cik-Fia approvals regarding engines (and related accessories) for all international classe: OK and KZ, but also Superkart. This incredible category that runs on the racetrack with vehicles equipped with 250cc twin-cylinder engines of about 100 HP, however, is going through a delicate moment. The increase in operating costs, which add up to 20-25,000 euros for the purchase of a complete vehicle, has in fact somewhat dampened the enthusiasm that had even been created at a certain point, thus reducing participation. A irst negative effect was that this year the European Championship has gone from three races to one, which will be held in Le Mans on 27 October. However, those who run in this category can also count on the active British and French championships: the latter is played out on 5 races that include Donington and Assen, while the British one is focusing on 250 single-cylinder and 125. We will see if the reduction to a race of the continental championship will serve to focus attention, or if other promotional operations will be needed. Meanwhile, let’s see what the main characteristics of the three engines approved this year are, engines by the Italian DEA Engineering, the Danish PVP Karting and the Czech VM Motor.

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