Is top-level karting going through a quiet golden era of racing. Why? Well, despite being hilariously expensive and exclusive there is no doubt that the depth of talent racing in KZ1 is almost unrivalled in any other motorsport series in the world. It’s strange isn’t it? Every weekend motorsport fans will gush over F1, BTCC, [...]
In this article Alan Dove considers the current situation of KF and considers whether the possible solution to KF’s woes is already a class in existence and ready to race today!
Giancarlo Tinini, CRG S.P.A President, recently conceded to StopandGoTV that KF may have caused irreparable damage to top-level karting “Today the ‘fullness’ of 100cc racing is missing… There [...]
Less emissions, more efficiency and more power from 2-strokes? “You must be mad” I hear you say. Well I probably am, but that’s besides the point. Karting possibly faces its biggest revolution since Rotax announced the MAX FR125 back in 1997. It’s all about engine management with the emphasis on ‘fuel injection’ instead of the [...]
As discussed by Karting1 in our 2011 Retrospective, single-make classes are becoming a main staple for kart manufacturers around the world. Now Maxter has invested in their own program aimed at making gearbox karting more accessible.
Can Maxter compete with IAME and BMB single-make shifter programs?
The concept goes by the name of Formula 5. It appears [...]
The 2011 KZ1 World Cup proved to be a stellar event, and Kart Genk have uploaded full coverage of the final as well as the CIK who’ve provided the full on-board video of the winner’s race. Check out the videos below -
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So this is it, sink or swim time, the first KF2 test for the British Championship on Karting1. Beautiful weather greeted us at PFi and the reigning British Karting Champion Mark Litchfield was testing as well to give us a good yardstick to measure ourselves against. How lucky were we?
For the test we hooked up [...]