At last the long awaiting has come to an end, and the second and definite act of the CIK World Championship for KF1
category will go on the scene on next weekend.
After the Japanese competition in Zuzuka, held on last May, once more the World Championship is taking place at an
Asian circuit. It’s the Coloane circuit, in the vice-Portuguese district of Macao.
The race seems to be enriched by very interesting cues for our Tony Kart Racing Team and not just because the leader
of the ranking with 75 scores is our Flavio Camponeschi followed by the Japanese Daiki Sasaki, driving a Kosmic Kart-
The Asian weekend will also be a prestigious window for the new chassis model from Tony Kart, which name’s EVK. The
new chassis will be immediately recognizable for its new design but moreover its technical features of great importance
will be a valid support for Tony Kart Racing Team’s drivers.
Drivers’ line-up our Racing Team is going to put on the track on this important world event is made up of, other than
the championship’s leader Camponeschi, from the “home” driver Andy Chang (n°44), Armand Philo Paz (n°3), Takashi
Kasai (n°7), Teemu Markus Petjoi (n°8), Ling Kang (45) and Federico Panetta (46).
Competitions assigning the most important title of this karting season will be entirely broadcast “live”, thanks to the CIK
It will be possible to watch at each of the four world competitions, with the English running commentary of Ken Walker,
Here is the live broadcast timetable:
Saturday, October 20th
Race-1 at 1:30pm (7:30am middle Europe time zone)
Race-2 at 3:15pm (9:15am middle Europe time zone)
Sunday, October 21st
Race-3 at 11:20am (5:20am middle Europe time zone)
Race-4 at 3:30pm (9:30am middle Europe time zone)
Flavio Camponeschi – KF1 category’s driver - Tony Kart Racing Team
“I’m positive and trustful. The track is pretty demanding and tires will be strained with its long and fast bends.
We will soon concentrate on the chassis set-up for the competition. We will run four competitions in two days and each
of them is decisive for the result. We must keep very well concentrated and not to leave any stone unturned. It’s an