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Digital Subscriptions > Vroom International > n. 219 October 2019 > The RED devils

The RED devils

We had already talked about it at the beginning of the year: FIA F ormula 3, at its first edition after its re-branding at the end of 2018, is the academic or feeder championship that best pays tribute to the latest generations of kart drivers coming from KF and from the first years of OK.

An international championship tending to the world, which has made itself the echo of Formula 1, with which it indeed shares the paddock, its strong point. This, together with the media coverage of the GP3, with which it was merged, has allowed Formula 3 to push away the specter of the dark years, becoming - thanks to TV and F1 itself - much more attractive to sponsors, teams and drivers. Proof of this is the starting grid. Certainly the stage has changed, but the song remains the same. In fact, it is once again Prema that with four races - two weekends – in advance has won the Constructors’ title and sees two of the three drivers contending for the Drivers’ championship title.

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In this issue: FIA KARTING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP - KZ WINNING SPIRIT Birel Art conquers the KZ World Championship thanks to the convincing performance of its Dutch driver “Mario” Kremers. Success consolidated by the second position of Riccardo Longhi, also on Birel Art/Tm. Emilien Denner (Sodi/Tm) dominated the KZ2. OPINION IN... VOLT NOW EVEN THE F1 DRIVERS SAY SO: KARTING COSTS TOO MUCH! LEGEND ELF MASTER BERCY 1993 SENNA vs PROST CLOSE UP LORENZO TRAVISANUTTO THOMAS TEN BRINKE I LOVE KART CARLO VAN DAM MECHANICA JLO SOCIAL REBECCA WARD FROM KART TO F1 THE RED DEVILS VINTAGE THE BIG ONE 2019