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Marijn Kremers

Marijn Kremers, “Mario”, is a driver who distinguishes himself for his innate talent in being aggressive. It is true, sometimes it was a bit his “cross”, as in Genk in 2018, but above all his “delight”, as in the World Championship in Lonato that he recently won. Mario is one of those who, in one way or another, if he has to overtake you … he passes you. Yet this was not the X-factor that allowed him to win this year’s world championship, but rather his cunning. A cunning with which he was able to keep Adrien Renaudin (Sodikart) behind when the latter was considerably faster.

Born in 1998, a native of Gemert in the Netherlands, Marijn starts racing in the 60 class at 7 years (winning the second absolute race in which he took part) and then competing in the Honda Cadet with 4-stroke engines up to 9 years. His competitive path then inevitably passes - given his provenance - from Rotax between Mini Max and Junior Max to his KF3 debut with the PCR frames used by the AVG team. At the age of 15, the transition to international competitions, always with the AVG team that in the meantime linked up with Birel, and in 2015 the move to KZ, a category that Marijn confessed to us that he loved right away. The first significant results in the gearbox class come in 2017 with a third place at the European Championship and then this year, with the not even unexpected and well-deserved victory of the World Championship in Lonato at the end of an epic fight on the track with Adrien Renaudin.

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In this issue: Resounding success 2019 is marked by the exploits of Lorenzo Travisanutto. Thanks to the back-to-back world championships and to the victory of the European title, he enters by right into world karting history, among heavyweights. And for the new season, a new challenge looms near together with the Tony Kart Racing Team. RACING ROK CUP INTERNATIONAL FINAL EASYKART INTERNATIONAL GRAND FINALS FROM KART TO F1 F2, THE LAST STEP INTERVIEW KEES VAN DE GRINT LEGENDARY KART Tony Kart Mitox LEGEND Van Tech Kart CLOSE UP MARIJN KREMERS, RICCARDO LONGHI, EMILIEN DENNER, KAJUS SIKSNELIS