Just a few days before the start of Adria's Karting Expo, Danilo Rossi tells us what we will see between 8 and 9 December!
Unique event of its kind, the 1st Karting Expo curated by Danilo Rossi, is ready to make its debut on the Venetian plant, absolutely suitable and appropriate to host the Made in Italy karting fair.
There will be many attractions at the Adria International Speedway starting from the indoor track (8,000 square meters), Adria's kart track (1,300m) for testing on the track, then arriving at the paddock with another 8,000 square meters of dedicated exhibitions. Many novelties presented, accessories and meetings that will animate the two days of the expo.
Danilo, what will we see during the Adria Expo?
«In addition to what will be a normal exhibition fair, the interesting part is reserved to all the activities, especially on the indoor track. On the ad hoc circuit, all the rental karts can be tested, both electric and petrol, and moreover companies will provide other karts to try. Enthusiasts will be able to make contact with those who exhibit and decide together how to test the various products. Same discourse extended not only to the vehicles but to everything that is part of the exhibition such as telemetry, rib-protection, racing suits and so on. The purpose is exactly this: to exhibit but also to give the opportunity to touch with your hands. Adria lends itself very much to these activities. It marries well the "cause" thanks to all the spaces and facilities it offers; for this reason it has been chosen as the ideal location. With the indoor track we ensure many activities regardless of what will be the weather conditions of early December».
Among the most important innovations, the indoor track curated by 360 Karting.
360 Karting, a first-rate company in the world for entertainment in the karting sector, has announced its participation in the Expo. The company will present itself with a specially designed temporary karting track, using the latest generation of the 360 Karting barriers system.
Opening hours (free admission):
Saturday 8 December: 9 am – 6 pm
Sunday 9 December: 9 am – 5 pm
Trd. Luigi Monteferrante