It is the most prestigious event of the entire season, the CIK-FIA KZ World Championship.
It is the most prestigious event of the entire season, the CIK-FIA World Championship reserved for the KZ category. There is no doubt that the race that will take place next weekend on the Kristianstad Swedish circuit, is the most exciting and engaging event for the whole international karting.
On the 1,231 meters of the demanding Swedish, we will get back on track for the world fight, relying on our formidable Racer 401 chassis powered by the RKZ Vortex engines, material which has just allowed us to win our second consecutive European title in KZ class.
The twin drivers will be the new European Champion KZ, Marco Ardigò, and the young New Zealander talent Marcus Armstrong.
The same weekend world champion will also award the CIK-FIA KZ2 International Super Cup title, the most important trophy reserved for the other category with the gear. Even in KZ2 class we will have well-tested material, able to show off winning performance, which will be given to the young Italian drivers Luca Corberi and Alessio Piccini.
In both categories, KZ and KZ2, there will also be other drivers and teams who have chosen to compete in the most difficult world challenges with our material.
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The event gets underway on Friday afternoon with the dispute of the qualifying, while on Saturday (3rd September) the qualifying heats will be run, necessary to define the starting grids of the respective pre-finals, which will take place on Sunday morning (4th September).
The very Final awarding the world championship of KZ class will start at 3:45pm on Sunday and can be followed live streaming on the official cikfia.tv channel www.cikfia.tv .