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There will be 38 teams competing this Saturday on the Franciacorta track to compete for the Rental Kart World Contest, one of the most coveted and prestigious International Trophies for Karting Endurance enthusiasts. The event is organized and promoted by CRG and will take place with the format of the mono-technical management by the Italian factory, which will provide all the competing teams with CRG Centurion karts equipped with 390cc engines and complete technical assistance. The event is a sort of Grand Final for all the teams that took part in the events organized by CRG and tracks around the world that use CRG Karts during the 2019 season. On Saturday in Franciacorta will be the 3rd edition and the teams from 8 different nations will compete in two categories: Pro and Silver. The race format will be articulated with Superpole, two Sprint races and an 8H main race Endurance. The title will be awarded to the team that will get the most points in the various stages of the race from the Superpole to the Endurance race.
What is the Rental Kart World Contest
It is a Kart Endurance event in a single trial (one shot) reserved for the teams that took part in the Kart Endurance events promoted by the tracks that use CRG Karts and by the events organized directly by CRG. The race format is designed to bring out the most complete crew, both in terms of speed and in terms of staff and management of strategies. For this reason the title will be awarded to the team that will get the most points in the arc during the various stages of the event, starting from the Superpole and the 2 Sprint races where the absolute performance will be important, up to the 8H Endurance which will assign the most number of points and that will see teamwork and fundamental strategies for the final result. The organizational standards will be of a high standard and a paddock club will also be set up with the collaboration of the Fratelli Beretta food group, where an open bar and snack point service will be provided for all pilots and professionals. Do not miss the choreographic Drivers Parade scheduled at 2.00 pm before the start of the Endurance race when the more than 190 drivers present will parade on the straight ahead to the paddock area.
The competing teams
Italy will be represented with a large and competitive number of crews, including the winners of the Silver category at the 24H Adria (Bolza Corse), the teams selected by the Chioggia Kart track and by the same track as Franciacorta (Castrezzato Arena), which uses in its own structure, the CRG Kart Centurion Indoor. The winners of the Pro ranking of the 24H Adria, the Spanish CH-T Gold team, will also be in the race, as will the Danish team that won at Adria in 2018. Among the nations with more teams there will be Romania (4) , Germany (3), the Czech Republic and China.
How To follow the event
Admission to the circuit will be free. To track the action on the track with official timing, live timing will be available on the site www.youcrono.it