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A TIDE OF REQUESTS FOR THE EUROMINI

The unification of the 60 Mini class operated internationally by the Cik has led to many requests for homologations for next year: as many as 31 manufacturers have proposed their frames, and 4 their engines.

With 2020, the Cik will reunify the 60 class under a single international regulation, designed to standardize the various national regulations and avoid differences that can complicate life for the participants. Let’s think for example of an Austrian driver who wanted to race in the WSK, as well as perhaps some other Italian and German race: he would need at least two different karts. Starting next year, instead, being proposed is the new “single regulation” launched by the Cik / Fia that will be a reference for all, except for the fraction of time needed for the individual federations to adapt and make the 60 national classes expire. This is the case for Italy, for example: the Italian 60 Minikart is homologated until the end of 2020 and, therefore, it can continue to run for another year. However, it is obvious that they are trying to understand how to best face or deal with the transition, considering that the Italian drivers who run in the WSK (which, being races on the international calendar, shall adopt the 60 Cik class) would obviously like to be able to do national races as well. The problem is that frames and engines approved for the two 60 classes, the national Minikart and the Mini Cik, are not identical, except in some small instances.

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The international event organized by BRP-Rotax, celebrates its 20th edition in Italy: a week full of entertainment and a gaze to the future. Once again this format leaves its mark. VROOM AWARDS 2019 ROTAX GRAND FINALS - ITALIAN PARTY WSK OPEN CUP - SUCCES AND GREAT EXPECTATIONS ROK THE RIO - VIVA LAS VEGAS LEGENDARY KART - FROM DUST TO THE ALTAR I LOVE KART - HISTORICAL BUT WITHOUT A HISTORY FROM KART TO F1