Junior Monaco Kart Cup

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The Junior Monaco Kart Cup is a kart racing event ruled by the CIK-FIA and organized by the Automobile Club de Monaco, it takes place each year in Monaco.

The track with the local streets shown. This variant uses corners 12 to 17

The event see young drivers compete with KF3 karts, a class for top drivers aged 12 to 15. The course circuit follows the lower part of the famous Formula One track, in a large section of the port, from Tabac corner, round the swimming pool, and on to the Rascasse before entering the F1 track's pit lane. A ramp and a hairpin connect this part of the track back to the port section.

Winners[edit]

Year Driver Chassis / Engine / Tires Report
1995 France Eric Salignon n/a Report
1996 Netherlands Nelson van der Pol n/a Report
1997 Germany Marvin Bylitza n/a Report
1998 Poland Robert Kubica n/a Report
1999 Poland Robert Kubica n/a Report
2000 Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio n/a Report
2001 Germany Sebastian Vettel n/a Report
2002 United Kingdom Alexander Sims Maranello / Maxter / Vega Report
2003
2004
2005
not held
2006 United Kingdom Scott Jenkins Intrepid / Parilla / – Report
2007 United Kingdom Max Goff Maranello / XTR / Dunlop Report
2008 Finland Aaro Vainio Maranello / Maxter / Dunlop Report
2009 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr.[1] FA Kart / Vortex / Vega Report
2010 Monaco Charles Leclerc Sodi / Parilla / Dunlop Report

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