With almost 300 drivers on starting in each event, the International finals of the Rok Cup and Easykart are getting held in Lonato and Castelletto di Branduzzo respectively. On Saturday the finals of the Vortex-Rok powered event, and on Sunday the finals of the event by Birel.
The Rok Cup is the first that will award its 2013 champions at South Garda circuit in Lonato (I) following 4 intense days of practice and races. On Saturday 19th October the international champions in the four categories (Mini, Junior, Rok, Super and Shifter) will be decided. For Shifter, it's going to be the very first international title awarded.
The main novelties of the 11th edition will be the absence of a Final B, while two prefinals will give access to the final race to the first 17 classified drivers in each (first 15 in the Mini Rok).
The Prize Giving Rok Party Award will close the event with a fantastic celebration on Saturday evening. For all info visit the official website www.rokcup.com
Those interested also in the Easykart International Final will be able to follow the final phase on Sunday held at Pista 7 Laghi in Castelletto di Branduzzo (I). The event will award the trophies in Easykart 60, 100 and 125 cc as well as in the Kart Grand Prix Trophy. The 50 EasyTraining for 6-9 year old drivers will also work as support event to the programme.
The track and paddock access is free, but for those unable to be present, the event will be broadcasted live on SKY (channel 518) and in Live Streaming on the official websites www.easykart.it and www.kartgrandprix.it. Also, with the free App of Primocanale you can follow the event on smartphone and tablet.
The final party will be held on Saturday evening with DJ and race simulators.