The Kosmic Racing department ready for the World Championship for the OK and OKJ categories in Sweden

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Columns: FIA Karting World Champhionship
The Kosmic Racing Department’s drivers will be engaged from the 20-23 September on the Kristiansta

The Kosmic Racing Department’s drivers will be engaged from the 20-23 September on the Kristianstad Swedish circuit, on the occasion of the World Championship reserved to the single speed OK and OKJ categories
After the success of Patrik Hajekin Belgium, where he won the 2018 World Champion title in the KZ category, the Kosmic Racing Department is ready to lineup his drivers for the next international challenge. In fact, on the weekend of 20-23 September, our racing department will take to the track on the Swedish circuit of Kristianstad, where the Kart Grand Prix - Sweden and the double date of the CIK-FIA World Championship and the CIK-FIA World Junior Championship will take place. for the single-speed OK and OKJ categories.
In the Senior class, we will have the Czech Roman Stanek, supported by his teammates Viktor Gustafsson, David Rozenfeld, David Hadrien and Karol Basz: the Polish driver has already been part of our team in the past and with our colors has become the World Championof the KF class in 2015.
In OKJ Mari Boya, a young Spanish talent who will wear the Kosmic Racing Department colours at Kristianstad: this was possible thanks to his recent success at the CIK-FIA Academy Trophy 2018.
At his side, the Kosmic Mercury Schassis powered by Vortex will be also taken to the track by Rafael Camara and Jak Crawford.
The action on the track of the CIK-FIA World Championship and theCIK-FIA World Junior Championship, held on the Swedish circuit of Kristianstad, will enjoy the live timing service through the websitehttp://www.apex-timing.com/live-timing/cik-fia/index.htmlsince the free practice of Friday. The Sunday finals, however, will be broadcast live on the official http://www.cikfia.tv/website.
Timetable:
Thursday 20thSeptember: Briefing, technical and sporting checks
Friday 21stSeptember: Official free practices, Chrono Heats
Saturday 22ndSeptember: Warm-up, Eliminatory Heats
Sunday 23rdSeptember: Warm-up, Prefinals, Finals

Press Release by: Kosmic - 19/09/18

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