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It made quite a buzz - and some damage in the race - the regulatory novelty of forbidding the possibility of starting the engines in the paddock during international competitions. We have commented extensively on the matter, highlighting how the problems encountered by the motorists are related to their need to check carburetion and, especially in these first races with low ambient temperatures, to warm up the engines a little before the race. To solve the latter problem, New Line presented at the last Offenbach fair a heater model that has been a resounding success among customers.

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n. 214 April 2019

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March was the month of the WSK Super Master Series competitions and the first battles… and not only!
Questions from our Social Networks to…
Second installment of our feature born to quickly render
The Rotax Max CEE championship, now in its ninth edition, on the occasion of the Bonus Cup, held in Jesolo (ITA), a sort of preview to the 2019 Season, found a surprising number of drivers. So we asked organizer Sàndor Hargitai the recipe for this success.
W Series Ladies, start your engines!
After four days of testing at the Almeria circuit, the names of the 18 drivers of the W Series have finally been made official.
Special treatment AMV OXiTECH
From the Venetian company comes a new type of “coating” of its magnesium wheels that in the future will be extended to the rest of the production in this material
The other side of CRG
Not just races! Together with Marco Angeletti, we went to discover the entrepreneurial reality behind the CRG brand.
OK here we are!
Less than a month to the start of the FIA Karting European Championship for the OK class. Scheduled start in Angerville on the weekend of April 21st.
Towards new horizons
After the winter break and the first events of the season, the beginning of April marks the countdown for the new European FIA Karting season.
The 2019 calendar, which came much later than in the
Angerville shall be an important variable as regards the European calendar. No one, in fact, has ever run there. Everyone will start at par and doing well here means setting the right course in their continental journey.
Lammers is back!
The Dutch driver of Sodi dominates the first event in KZ2 and becomes the protagonist of a breathtaking final in Sarno. Now we await conirmation at the European FIA. Dexter Patterson (OK), Andrea Kimi Antonelli (OKJ) and Rashid Al Dhaheri (60 Mini) are the other winners of the Series.
The first goes to Tomass Stolcermanis
Taking place on the Pista Azzurra of Jesolo Venezia
Eshan against the odds
The Asia Max Challenge kicked off at the Shah Alam
My first year in Italy
Tom Braeken, after a successful victory in Belgium in the Rotax categories, has chosen to shift his attention to the Italian WSK Promotion races in 2019
The “Bad Girls”
Presented last year on March 7th at the Geneva Motor Show, the FIA -branded program “Girls On Track” officially came to life on track. With the aim of bringing as many girls as possible into the world of karting, the initiative promoted by the International Federation has not set itself any limits towards launching this important campaign to foster and intensify the presence of women in karting.
Ready… Set… Analysis!
On average 220 thousandths of a second is the time frame in which many drivers react when the lights of the start lights go out. In addition to mental reactivity, the driver must, in the case of the gearbox category, carry out a series of complex manual operations to ensure the best possible start, and the question is: how can data analysis help us?
Karting with the tuning fork
Yamaha entered the karting world with a series of vehicles for club competitions. Here is their story.
Back in red!
After a careful restoration by Glenn Davidson, the Italsistem MV31-powered Italcorse IT9 is ready to get back on track!
Duty Calls
At the beginning of the 70s a traditionally 125 builder like Antonio Bosio made a class 100 model to support a new promotional category. Leonardo Garatti has restored one.
2019 International Calendar
KZ2, Baby, Micro MAX, Mini MAX, Junior MAX, MAX, DD2