<strong>Attractive prospects for the 2023 edition</strong>

Attractive prospects for the 2023 edition

The fourth season of the Champions of the Future Euro Series is set to take off from 9th-12th March 2023 at the Lucas Guerrero International Karting Circuit in Valencia, Spain. The event is already shaping up to be a great success with a very strong field in two major FIA Karting categories: OK-Junior and OK-Senior. The series will run over five meetings, ideally spread out from March to September, and will visit circuits that also host European and World Championship events. This year’s Champions of the Future Euro Series will once again be of great interest. A benchmark seriesSince its launch in 2020, the Champions of the Future Euro Series has gone from strength to strength and has become a permanent fixture on the international karting scene. Some of the top hopefuls have made their mark on this competition, such as the Brazilian Camara, the Italian Antonelli, the Briton Lindblad, the Australian Wharton, the Bulgarian Tsolov, the Finn Taponen or the American Ugochukwu. The list is extensive! All the drivers and teams involved in OK-Junior and OK-Senior are used to being there. New features in 2023The promoter RGMMC will redouble its efforts to offer high quality live-streaming of the races, with new investments made and extensive media coverage with numerous media including Motorsport.tv.

The timetable will also change, with the first Free Practice on Wednesday, followed by the Finals on Saturday from Round 2 in early May in Třinec. This will give the drivers and teams extra time before the return of school and professional activities the following week. In this respect, Minerva’s Virtual Academy will continue its partnership with RGMMC in order to help young drivers succeed in their schooling while pursuing their sporting career. A high standard of organisationMore and more coveted each year, the Euro Series will again put all its efforts into welcoming the competitors in the optimum conditions, with professionalism and proximity. The quality of the sporting controls, with the help of Race Control, and the technical controls will make the races more fair and equitable. With only the two categories OK-Junior and OK-Senior on the programme, the drivers will benefit from a significant amount of track time, so as to prepare for the race and the upcoming FIA Karting Championships in the best way possible. It is all these advantages and innovations that make this series so unique, interesting and incomparable. An attractive calendarAs shown below, the 2023 season will feature five events. All of them will take place at beautiful venues that will host a European Championship or a World Championship two weeks later, depending on the FIA Karting calendar, sometimes with the Academy Trophy as a complement. For the four circuits of Valencia, Třinec, Rødby and Cremona, it will be a first for the OK-Junior and OK-Senior categories. These will be equipped with Vega and MG Tires tyres respectively, as in FIA Karting. Round 1: Valencia (Spain) – International Kartodromo Lucas Guerrero / 9th – 12th March (finals on Sunday)
Round 2: Třinec (Czech Republic) – Steel Racing / 3rd – 6th May (finals on Saturday)
Round 3: Rødby (Denmark) – Rødby Karting Ring / 31st May – 3rd June (finals on Saturday)
Round 4: Cremona (Italy) – Kartodromo Cremona Circuit/ 12th – 15th July (finals on Saturday)
Round 5: Franciacorta (Italy) – Franciacorta Karting / 13th – 16th September (finals on Saturday

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