The Federation formalizes the 2021 calendar

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Although the 2020 calendar is still in the "deadlock" phase, the FIA ​​formalizes the stages of next year.

After the World Motorsport Council, this time in virtual version, the Federation has made known all the stages of the calendars for the various disciplines with the FIA ​​denomination, including of course the European and World Karting Championships.

The stages originally present in this season's calendar have inevitably been moved or even replaced due to the COVID-19 affair which will undoubtedly mark the current season. The highly anticipated World Championship in Brazil or the stage on the Le Mans track had to say goodbye to the current season, an inevitable choice to guarantee safety in the first place.

With regard to the decisions of the World Council, the FIA ​​has decidedly anticipated the usual timing by making the whole 2021 calendar official which will be nothing more than a 2020 bis with some changes and news such as the return of Essay (France) and Mulsen (Germany). Below is the calendar in detail.

FIA KARTING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP - OK
28 - 31/10 Birigui (BRA)
FIA KARTING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP - JUNIOR
28 - 31/10 Birigui (BRA)
FIA KARTING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP - KZ
02-05 / 09 Kristianstad (SWE)
FIA KARTING EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP - OK
15-18 / 04 Zuera (ESP)
13-16 / 05 Genk (BEL)
27-30 / 05 Aunay-Les-Bois (FRA)
08-11 / 07 Sarno (ITA)
FIA KARTING EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP - JUNIOR
15-18 / 04 Zuera (ESP)
13-16 / 05 Genk (BEL)
27-30 / 05 Aunay-Les-Bois (FRA)
08-11 / 07 Sarno (ITA)
FIA KARTING EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP - KZ
29 / 04-02 / 05 Lonato (ITA)
17-20 / 06 Mülsen (DEU)
FIA KARTING EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP - KZ2
29 / 04-02 / 05 Lonato (ITA)
17-20 / 06 Mülsen (DEU)
FIA KARTING INTERNATIONAL SUPER CUP - KZ2
02-05 / 09 Kristianstad (SWE)
FIA KARTING ACADEMY TROPHY
29 / 04-02 / 05 Lonato (ITA)
17-20 / 06 Mülsen (DEU)
02-05 / 09 Kristianstad (SWE)

With 2021 already planned, therefore space for 2020 which, subject to changes, should start between the end of July and the first days of August on the Spanish track of Zuera.

S.C.
Credits: FIA

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