In Genk, Belgium, from 16th to 19th of May, the drivers of the Kosmic Kart Racing Department will be fighting on one of the most important circuit within the European scene

After the good performances of our drivers engaged two weeks ago in the first round of the KZ2 European Championship, now the OK and OK Junior classes will get on track again this weekend on the Circuit Horensbergdam in Genk for the second round of the FIA Karting European Championship dedicated to the direct-drive categories.

David Rozenfeld, our standard-bearer in OK, will be racing side by side of the new entry Nicolas Pino, a young Chilean driver who already gained great experience in the ROK Cup, in the FIA Karting Academy Trophy and in the Italian Championship ACI Karting 2018, ended in 5th place. Now, he is going to take part in the most demanding challenge on the European stage, where he will try to stand out among 76 registered drivers. He will however be able to count on the reliability and good performances of the official Kosmic Mercury R chassis powered by Vortex.

In OKJ, where the registered drivers are 93, we will be present with Andrey Zhivnov, Axel Malja and Alexander Gubenko, who will try to put his experience gained in the FIA Karting Academy Trophy to good use to enter the Final.

The Kosmic Kart brand, besides supporting our Kosmic Kart Racing Department, will also be present in this prestigious event with 22 chassis.

The appointment with the FIA Karting European Championship races is on the website and on the official App FIA Karting for iOS and Android. The live streaming of the Finals and the Qualifying Heats on Saturday and the live-timing of each session on te track since Friday will be available.