Get ready for a weekend of exciting karting, wherever you are. Check your agenda and see if you've already taken note. The international calendar presents many events, so let’s have a quick look at what you can’t miss this weekend!
Let’s start with one of the classic meetings for European karters, the 37th Industry Trophy. The second round of the event hosted at the Kartodromo di Parma, Italy (http://www.kartdromoparma.it/) will close the season of great international karting in Italy.
For single-brand lovers, the Rok Cup International Final will feature a great show. The venue is in Lonato (http://www.southgardakarting.it/) one of the best international circuits in Italy. The event, with drivers from 21 countries, is set to be a truly world wide event.
Not too far from the Italian border, the Monaco Kart Cup (http://www.acm.mc/) keeps within tradition, featuring a wide range of categories and racing programs.
For those of you who live in France, the choice isn’t easy. Three different events, three different venues, the same passion. ASK Salbris (http://www.sologne-karting.com/) is hosting the national final of the Challenge Rotax Mojo Max France. ASK Cote d’Opale (http://www.askcoteopale.com/v2) organizes the 9th Nations Trophy, and the ASK Haguenau near Strasbourg is the venue of the Lorraine Alsace Regional Championship.
The German Team Championship, or GTC, will take place on Dutch soil, more precisely in Eindhoven. A full 9 hours of racing, which will make a nice German-Dutch reunion.
In Hungary, more precisely in Kakucs (http://www.kakucsring.hu/) the National Karting Championship will see its final round, with some titles still to be played for.
Our friends in Brazil surely can’t miss the Copa Brasil scheduled in Ipatinga (http://www.kartclube.com.br/)
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