• Next weekend the CIK World Championship for KZ class will be run in Le Mans (France)
  • We will be at the track with the World Champion Marco Ardigò, the European Champion Flavio Camponeschi and the new entry of the category (KZ) Nicklas Nielsen
  • During the event, also the CIK-FIA International KZ2 Super Cup will be held, and we will attend it with Corberi, Fasberg and Piccini
  • Useful links to follow the event

It is undoubtedly the most awaited competition of the season. The CIK World Championship reserved for the KZ category. The race awarding the world title this year will take place at the French circuit of Le Mans, a place full of history and charm.
We introduce ourselves as the defending champions, having won last year's World Championship with Marco Ardigò, followed by Flavio Camponeschi. A result, won last year at the International Circuit of Naples (Italy), followed by numerous claims of absolute prestige in WSK competitions, until the recent success in the CIK European Championship of KZ, closed with two significant other successes. In this case the winner was Flavio Camponeschi, which preceded Marco Ardigò.
The results and the continuous success are the clear sign of the quality of the technical equipment used and setup accurately by our Racing Team. So in Le Mans the Racer 401 and Vortex RVZ chassis will once again be among the favourites ones, in a very high level context.
At the wheel of our chassis, in addition to the World Champion Marco Ardigò and the European Champion Flavio Camponeschi, we will also have the young Sweden Nicklas Nielsen, at his debut in the category with the gear and already our driver in KF category.
Along with the World Championship of KZ category also the CIK-FIA International KZ2 Super Cup will take place, category which we will attend with some of the leaders of the European Championship of the class, the driver Andreas Fasberg, Luca Corberi and Alessio Piccini. There will be also drivers of other teams employing Tony Kart-Vortex material, who thus have the potential to perform well.
The Le Mans track has recently been rebuilt and, in the current configuration, it is at its debut in a race of such importance. The track is 1,384 meters and it runs anti-clockwise, characteristic, the latter, not so usual.
The event will officially open Thursday, September 10th and will end on Sunday 13th with the dispute of the race that will award the World Championship crown 2015.
To follow any time of the CIK World Championship of KZ link at: http://www.cikfia.com/competitions/cik-calendar/2015/le-mans/kz2/results.html