The event will take place in Adria on March 30th-31st and it will be broadcasted in live streaming. Over 40 teams are attended from all over the world.
CRG revealed its plans for the organization of the 24 Hours of Italy 2019, one of the most prestigious and awaited Endurance events in the international panorama, that will be run with CRG Centurion 390cc karts on the Adria track on March 30th-31st.
The great innovation of the 2019 edition will be the long live streaming, about 28 hours, that will broadcast images from the circuit with the comment of the official announcer, the results and the interviews of the drivers.
The broadcasting will start from Saturday’s Drivers Parade in the morning until Sunday’s prize-giving ceremony in the afternoon and will be available on CRG’s website and Facebook’s official page, so that each driver can share the live streaming on his social channels.
Such a worldwide visibility for the teams has never been reached before. After the 2018 great success, all the organization aspects have been confirmed for what concerns the race format and circuit. The karts employed will be the CRG Centurion 390cc, all brand new and handled by the CRG’s Racing Team.
Also the Adria circuit has been confirmed, considered the best location in the world for such a demanding race by all the team managers and drivers, both for the incredible lighting system, the latest generation track layout and the services offered, as the masonry boxes, hotel rooms above the pit lane (each team will have the possibility to book one room) and the race direction with over 20 cameras to keep the track under video control. The Adria raceway is one of the most prestigious tracks in international karting, hosting many WSK races and European Championships. The organization expects about 40 teams coming from all over the world, including Central and South America and China.
In terms of sporting regulation, the strategies will be quite open and there will be 2 categories: Pro for the most competitive teams and the Silver Cup for amateur teams. The registrations will open on December 17th and will close when reaching the 40 available places. The entry fee will be of Euro 2.300 + VAT.
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Date: 30th-31st March 2019
Circuit: Adria (Rovigo, Italy) – www.adriaraceway.com
Hotel: each team will have the possibility to book one room at the circuit (book at CRG)
Box: each box will be occupied by 2 teams, they are in masonry with sliding door, screen to follow the race, table and lounger
Race format: 1H of free practices in the morning, 10’ of qualifying practice and 24H race starting at 2.00 pm on Saturday
Extra free practice: 1H – Friday 29th from 6.00 to 7.00 pm
Live streaming: online on kartcrg.com and on the Facebook page (CRG Factory). The images will be broadcasted starting from Saturday’s Drivers Parade until Sunday’s podium for about 28 hours, with comments and updated results.
Team: from 4 to 8 drivers
Admitted licenses: national or international karting license, released by an ASN member of the FIA
Drivers without license: they can make the Italian ACI license at the track bringing a medical certificate. Drivers without medical certificate can book a medical check at the track.
Prize-giving: Top 3 of the Pro ranking and Top 3 of the Silver Cup
Entry fee: Euro 2.300,00 + VAT – form available online since December 17th on kartcrg.com