When the press room of a kart track is crammed with journalists, we can only be pleased. It is our job, it is our sport, it is our world that is about to be told. But being the center of attention does not necessarily allow you to get the right message acros (f.m.)
If we stop at the photo of Lando Norris surrounded by festive kids in the paddock, we are perhaps missing a piece of history. Let's take a step back – and here in this magazine, we have...
He became the youngest Formula One driver to start a Grand Prix in history at the 2009 Hungarian Grand Prix when he was only 19 years, 125 days and the first driver who was born in the 1990s to ever...
FRANCO GALIFFA TAKES NO PRISONER: GALIFFA IS THE MOST IN-FORM TRAINER OF THE MOMENT IN KZ. IN A NEW INTERVIEW HE ANALYZES THE CURRENT SITUATION OF INTERNATIONAL KARTING, ALSO PROPOSING INTERESTING SOLUTIONS.
From April 10 the digital version on Pocketmags.com
Red Line - The minor circuits
Preview: FIA Karting European Championship
I Love Kart: Franco...
THE MAGNIFICENT - Winning the World Championship as Callum Bradshaw (Tony Kart/Vortex) did in OK and Freddie Slater (Kosmic/Vortex) in Junior on a treacherous rain-drenched track is never just by chence, if anything an added value.
From December 10 the digital version on Pocketmags.com
Red Line - Reflections after Lonato
Racing - FIA Karting World Championship OK
Racing - FIA...
GO! GO! GO! With the OK European Championship in Zuera and KZ in Adria, the FIA Karting season finally began. The response of the races went beyond expectations, suggesting they well represent the international stage. Inside the articles on the first two long-awaited events that deservedly awarded Alessandro Irlando in KZ and Andrea Kimi Antonelli in OK. Surprising, too, the victories of Gustavsson KZ2 and Taponen (OKJ).
From September 10 the digital version on Pocketmags.com
Red Line - Excessive performance
Zoom - Testing What's it Worth?
Racing - Fia Karting KZ-...
In July, Vroom International is especially packed with interesting articles as befits a magazine that must meet the expectations of demanding and diversified readers. This issue will satisfy most readers, including those who have not found the pages dedicated to racing for much too long. A shortcoming that from next month will be filled with the start of international competitions. Enjoy the reading.
From July 10 the digital version on Pocketmags.com
Close Up - Leclerc Back in Kart
Red Line the Second-Hand Market
Survey Tyres First