Tag Archive: KF3

Apr 24

Sahara Force India F1 Team Academy drivers take their first step towards F1

The three youngsters are competing in the British Super One Championship

2012-04-24 - Sahara Force India F1 Team Academy 022012-04-24 - Sahara Force India F1 Team Academy 01The Sahara Force India F1 Team Academy stepped up a gear this month as the team’s three young Indian racers, Arjun Maini, Tarun Reddy and Jehan Daruvala began their European karting careers. Read the rest of this entry »

Aug 05

CRG and Maxter winners in Uncle Sam’s country

On the American continent, where karting has an important role

CRG and Maxter were determined to achieve some excellent results at the second round of the WSK World Series, held in Millville, New Jersey. Thanks to their equipment, readily adaptable to this new environment, and to some very careful preparation work, the Italian team celebrated the victories by Jonathan Thonon in KZ2, with Gary Carlton in second place, and Max Verstappen in KF3. Read the rest of this entry »

Nov 04

2009 season crowned by success for Nyck de Vries (+photo)

At the WSK final round in Lonato

It was with a hint of emotion that Nyck De Vries concluded a season during which he clearly stamped his authority on KF3, i.e. the category of Junior karters from 13 to 15. Read the rest of this entry »

Oct 20

Great Nick in the streets of Monaco

In karting, just like in Formula 1

Only the greatest drivers have the privilege of being the fastest in the streets of Monaco. In the bends of Rascasse, the Bureau de Tabac and the “S’s” of the Swimming Pool, Nyck De Vries made sparks fly in the KF3 category. Read the rest of this entry »

Sep 29

Young Nyck De Vries phenomenal

Crowned European Karting Champion

Season 2009 has not finished yet, but it can already be considered extraordinary for Nyck De Vries (Zanardi-Parilla/Chiesa Corse) in KF3. Crowned European Karting Champion, the Dutch junior maintained his German Champion title and repeated his prowess in the very hard-fought WSK International series. Read the rest of this entry »