FIA Karting postpones the start of the European Championship, Zuera and Lonato rescheduled to this summer

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The Federation postpones the calendar of the karting season, Zuera and Lonato postponed in the summer.

After the chaos of Formula 1 and after being forced to change practically all the sporting calendars, the FIA has officially postponed the start of the 2020 European Karting Championship. For all the classes, the appointment has been postponed to what was supposed to be the summer break. As per official communication from the Federation, the stages of Zuera (Spain) and Lonato (Italy) are in fact postponed to the weekend of August 2 and August 16 in the order.
Subject to changes, debut of the new season therefore scheduled for the weekend of 14 and 17 May in Sarno (Italy).
Below the official press release:

"Due to the Covid-19 pandemic currently spreading in Europe and much of the world, the CIK-FIA has had to change the schedule for the start of the 2020 season.
The opening Competition of the FIA Karting European Championship - OK & Junior scheduled in Zuera (ESP) from 16th to 19th April has been postponed until 30th July to 2nd August 2020.

The first Competition of the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ & KZ2, as well as the FIA Karting Academy Trophy scheduled in Lonato (ITA) from 30th April to 2nd May has been postponed until 13th to 16th August 2020.
The closing dates for entries concerning these two Competitions have been adjusted and a new FIA Karting 2020 calendar is online".
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