The winners of the Finals are the Polish Karol Basz (OK – Kosmic-Vortex), the Danish Noah Watt (OKJ – Tony Kart-Vortex) and the Czech Patrik Hajek (KZ – Kosmic-Vortex).
From 13th to 15th May 2016, the circuit of Zuera (ESP) will host the first CIK-FIA European Championship Competition for the new OK and OK-Junior categories.
Representatives of 34 countries will compete in Spain. France is the top nation with 19 representatives, followed by Italy (17), Sweden (12) and Spain (11). Note that Italy is very much present in KZ with seven pro or semi-pro Drivers. Germany and Russia have increased significantly with 10 Drivers each.
Well appreciated by the Drivers, the Spanish circuit of Zuera has already hosted numerous international Competitions and every time produces an exciting sporting spectacle. The specialists in the powerful KZ category will find a framework to stretch their skills for the second of three Competitions of their European calendar in Aragon. Diametrically opposed to Essay (FRA) where they have just started their European campaign, the Zuera circuit and its 1700 metre length is likely to play a major role in deciding the 2016 title, especially as some teams are ready to take their revenge. Remember that Marco Ardigo (Tony Kart / Vortex / Vega) leads the provisional standings ahead of Jérémy Iglesias (Sodi / TM Racing / Vega) and Flavio Camponeschi (CRG / Parilla / Vega. One of the questions of the Competition will be the ability of the tyres to withstand the conditions of the track.