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Almost everything is ready at Birel ART for the start of the 2020 Easykart season: many confirmations and many innovations in the pipeline, starting from the inaugural race in Cervia on March 29 preceded by collective tests on the previous weekend. The Circus Easy will then move to Jesolo (April 19), Pomposa (May 3), Franciacorta (May 31), Adria (June 21), Siena (July 26) and then close in Castelletto with the final round on September 13 and the Grand Finals on October 4th. Without forgetting the extra dry “race” of the Kraftwerk Trophy on the citizen of Rosà (Vicenza) on the occasion of the Motorfest KART on 12 July.
In addition to Easytraining, the non-competitive class dedicated to children with theoretical meetings and practice sessions, the BMB Challenge, the 125 Senior and the Easykart Senior Academy are also confirmed for the new season. In addition, the Junior Shifter – the category dedicated to drivers from 12 to 15 years of age who will prepare them first to compete in KZ and then to move to single-seater competitions, such as Formula 4, will make its debut this year.
Big news of 2020 will be represented by the partnership between Easykart and Go-kartv. The 2020 Italian championship will be followed by the Sportitalia television program dedicated to gokartes: during all the race weekends, in fact, television footage of the most salient moments of the weekend will be made and, afterwards, the protagonists of each event will be guests in the television studios for special episodes in which the rounds of the season will be retraced and told.
Furthermore, the classic media coverage by Easykart has been confirmed: live streaming during the International Finals, the Easybook (the Easy magazine that tells our reality both in digital and paper format) and social communication with the creation of content “on the road ”such as videos, photos with interviews, insights on drivers and teams and more fun moments of entertainment in addition to the live news with results, photos and interviews on the race weekends.
Vega also confirmed as the official tire supplier. Vega represents one of the historical partners of Easykart and is a leader in its sector: a range of very high quality that Easykart offers to all its drivers and teams at a price that has always remained constant over the past few years despite the constant increase in cost to keep the quality of the product unchanged.
The service offered by Birel ART, promoter of the championship, therefore covers all aspects on the track: from assistance with the engine service, the sale of spare parts at the Birel ART facility to entertainment moments such as the Ap-Easy (the aperitif on Saturday nights in some weekend of the championship) and the media coverage that distinguishes the Easykart reality. To continue guaranteeing top-level assistance, each driver will be asked to participate in a participation fee from the 2020 season to each race weekend, which will be communicated before each event and will contribute to the service offered by Birel ART.
Stay connected for other news and information regarding registration for the collective tests of 21-22 March and the first round of the following weekend season.
Stay tuned, stay racing… and think Easy!