Bumper grids set for BNL Karting Series at Genk

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The BNL Karting Series's ready to debut in Genk with Junior MAX and Senior MAX fully subscribed.
Bumper grids set for BNL Karting Series at Genk.

The first round of the 2019 BNL Karting Series season, which gets underway at the “Home of Champions,” Belgium’s Karting Genk on March 23rd, has the prospect of bumper grids in all categories after a successful “Kick-Off” event just over two weeks ago.

Both Junior and Senior Max have been fully subscribed, with an international field set to descend on the Limburg region. Those wanting to be updated over the forthcoming race weekend will receive them regularly via the championship’s social media channels.

There will also be full audio coverage via Downforce Radio, “The Nation’s Motorsport Station,” along with a dedicated video livestream from Camp Company GmbH for the entire weekend.

The 1360-metre CIK-FIA approved circuit has over 125 competitors already registered for round one, with nine different nationalities represented over the nine different categories, with OK and OK Junior comprising a good part of the grids already assembled.

In its 11th season of competition, the BNL Karting Series will provide some great action, having celebrated the conclusion of their tenth anniversary at the BNL ROTAX Golden Trophy last November.

«After the Kick-Off at Genk, we were very happy with the turnout at Karting Genk, but to see over 125 drivers already entered for the first round of the season, is nothing short of impressive, and it makes us here at the BNL Karting Series very excited for the season ahead» admitted series organiser Dave Ritzen.

«With our increased social media presence and live race weekend coverage through our relevant partners, we can’t wait to see what happens when the lights go out».

«The BNL Karting Series is truly an international karting championship that brings talent across the globe to Continental Europe» explained series commentator Alex Goldschmidt, who joined the BNL Karting Series late last year, after his first season in Europe, being the voice of the ROTAX Max Euro Trophy.

«The grids that we have for the first round along just show the pulling power of the series, and I’m looking forward to seeing the action unfold before my very eyes, along with keeping a keen eye on those talents of the future».

©photo: M.Melis 

Created by: agiustini - 11/03/19

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