Karting World Championship

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Karting World Championship
Logo FIA Kart Championship.svg
CategoryKart racing
RegionInternational
Inaugural season1964
ConstructorsCIK
FIA
Official websitewww.cikfia.com

The Karting World Championship is a kart racing competition organised by the CIK-FIA. It is held annually since 1964, and is karting's flagship event. The FIA (International Automobile Federation) created the CIK (International Karting Commission) in 1962.

The first two World Championships in 1964 and 1965 were held over one final round, there after the world's best kart drivers competed for the title over an extended weekend, from Thursday to Saturday, including free and qualifying practice sessions, qualification heats, a pre-final and a final were common. From 2011 the championship has been disputed over five rounds, each of them in a different country.[1] From 2014 the world championships returned to a single event with one venue each year organizing the CIK-FIA OK and OK Junior World Championships in one weekend and another venue in a different weekend holding the CIK-FIA KZ World Championships together with the CIK-FIA KZ2 Super Cup and the third and final round of the CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy.[2] There is a separate CIK-FIA Endurance Championship, normally held each year at Le Mans, France, and there are separate Continental Championships like the CIK-FIA European Championships (OK, OK junior, KZ, KZ2 and Superkart) and the CIK-FIA Asia Pacific Championships. In 1968 CIK-FIA launched the first World Cup for Juniors.

Kart racing 1963 in Berlin

World Championship Karting Categories[edit]

In the 80s (from 1981 - 1989) the World Championship was raced with 135 cc Formula K karts. Before and after that period 100 cc direct-drive karts was the prevailing standard. In 2007, a change in regulations introduced the KF1 category carts, 125 cc karts equipped with electric starters, clutch and rpm limiters set at 16000 rpm, to replace the Formula A karts. The 2010 edition was raced with KF2 karts where the engine rpm is limited at 15000 rpm.[3]

The FIA Karting categories at the world championships are now divided into three main families: direct-drive karts, gearbox karts and Superkarts. All these karts have the technology in common of the 2-stroke engine. Since 2016 the new generation of Original Karts (OK) machines have taken over from the old KF engines. The top category OK at the World Championships is available for drivers from 14 years old in the year they participate. The OK Junior category is aimed at drivers aged between 12 and 14 years old. The gearbox categories KZ and KZ2 share the same specification except for chassis and brakes which are open in the KZ World Championship. The Superkart category is the most unusual discipline of Karting because it can only express itself fully on long racing tracks. With its complete bodywork and twin-cylinder 250 cc engines, developing nearly 100 hp (75 kW), these Superkarts are capable of extraordinary performances.

Modern Day Kart Racing

Karting Promotion[edit]

In 2013 for the first time in its history CIK-FIA called a promoter, WSK Promotion, to perfect the organisation of the major international karting competitions. The Swiss RGMMC Group is now the Official Promoter of the FIA Karting European and World Championships for the period of 2018-2020 (with the exception of Superkart and Endurance). They try increasing the audience for Karting Competitions worldwide, attracting new partners and working closely with ASNs (National Federations), these are the priorities of RGMMC Group. They also develop the communication and media coverage of the events by providing live video viewing during the events and by partnering with Motorsport.tv for broadcast around the world.

FIA Karting World Champions (Direct Drive & Primary Category)[edit]

Year Driver Chassis Engine Tyre Second place Third place Location Class Stroke
1964 Italy Guido Sala Tecno Parilla Carlisle Italy Ugo Cancellieri Italy Oscar Constantini Italy Pista d’Oro-Roma Kart 100 cc
1965 Italy Guido Sala Tecno BM Carlisle Germany Werner Ihle Netherlands Antoine Hezemans Italy Pista d’Oro-Roma Kart 100 cc
1966 Italy Susanna Raganelli Tecno Parilla Carlisle Sweden L. Engeström Sweden Ronnie Peterson Denmark Copenhagen Kart 100 cc
1967 Switzerland Edgardo Rossi Birel Parilla Carlisle Belgium François Goldstein Italy Giulio Pernigotti 3-venue series

Switzerland Vevey, GermanyDüsseldorf & Monaco Circuit de Monaco

Kart 100 cc
1968 Sweden Tomas Nilsson Robardie BM Carlisle Italy Giulio Pernigotti United Kingdom Mickey Allen 3-venue series

Switzerland Vevey, Italy Jesolo & United Kingdom Hoddesdon

Kart 100 cc
1969 Belgium François Goldstein Robardie Parilla Carlisle United Kingdom Mickey Allen United Kingdom G. Fletcher 3-venue series

Switzerland Vevey, United Kingdom Hoddesdon & France Villacoublay

Kart 100 cc
1970 Belgium François Goldstein Robardie Parilla Carlisle United Kingdom David Ferris South Africa Carl-Heinz Peters France Thiverval-Grignon Kart 100 cc
1971 Belgium François Goldstein Taifun Parilla G South Africa Carl-Heinz Peters United Kingdom Mickey Allen Italy Turin Kart 100 cc
1972 Belgium François Goldstein Taifun Parilla G Germany Helmut Brandhofer United Kingdom Mark Steeds Sweden Kalmar Kart 100 cc
1973 United Kingdom Terry Fullerton Birel Komet G Switzerland Erik Hagenbuch South Africa Carl-Heinz Peters Belgium Nivelles-Baulers Kart 100 cc
1974 Italy Riccardo Patrese Birel Komet G United States Eddie Cheever, Jr. Belgium François Goldstein Portugal Autódromo do Estoril Kart 100 cc
1975 Belgium François Goldstein BM BM G Italy Elio de Angelis United Kingdom Alan Lane France Paul Ricard Kart 100 cc
1976 Italy Felice Rovelli BM BM 4Stars Sweden Leif Larsson Germany Hagen Kart 100 cc
1977 Italy Felice Rovelli BM BM B United Kingdom Mickey Allen Sweden Leif Larsson Italy Parma Kart 100 cc
1978 United States Lake Speed Birel Parilla B Austria Toni Zoersel Sweden Lars Forsman France Le Mans Kart 100 cc
1979 Netherlands Peter Koene Dap Dap D Brazil Ayrton Senna Netherlands Harm Schurmann Portugal Autódromo do Estoril Kart 100 cc
1980 Netherlands Peter De Bruijn Swiss Hutless Parilla B Brazil Ayrton Senna United Kingdom Terry Fullerton Belgium Nivelles-Baulers Kart 100 cc
1981 United Kingdom Mike Wilson Birel Komet D Sweden Lars Forsman Italy Ruggero Melgrati Italy Parma Formula K (FK) 135 cc
1982 United Kingdom Mike Wilson Birel Komet D Sweden Lars Forsman Sweden Thomas Danielsson Sweden Kalmar Formula K (FK) 135 cc
1983 United Kingdom Mike Wilson[4] Birel Komet D Sweden Lars Forsman France Marc Boulineau France Le Mans Formula K (FK) 135 cc
1984 Denmark Jorn Haase Kali Komet D Italy Giuseppe Bugatti Sweden Lars Forsman Germany Liedolsheim Formula K (FK) 135 cc
1985 United Kingdom Mike Wilson Birel Komet D Italy Giuseppe Bugatti Denmark Jörn Haase Italy Parma Formula K (FK) 135 cc
1986 Brazil Augusto Ribas Birel Komet D United States Ken Kroeger United States Jason Kennedy United States Jacksonville Formula K (FK) 135 cc
1987 Italy Giampiero Simoni PCR PCR B Denmark Tom Kristensen Italy Maurizio Mediani Italy Jesolo Formula K (FK) 135 cc
1988 United Kingdom Mike Wilson CRG Komet D Italy Giampiero Simoni Italy Maurizio Mediani France Laval Formula K (FK) 135 cc
1989 United Kingdom Mike Wilson CRG Komet D Italy Fabrizio de Simone Belgium Marc Goossens France Valence Formula K (FK) 135 cc
1990 Denmark Jan Magnussen CRG Rotax B Italy Fabrizio de Simone Belgium Alain Corbiau Italy Jesolo Formula K (FK) 100 cc
1991 Italy Jarno Trulli Allkart Parilla D Italy Massimiliano Orsini Denmark Kenneth Kristensen France Le Mans Formula K (FK) 100 cc
1992 Italy Danilo Rossi CRG Rotax D Italy Alessandro Manetti Switzerland Max Busslinger Italy Ugento Formula K (FK) 100 cc
1993 Italy Nicola Gianniberti Haase Rotax D Italy Jarno Trulli Italy Massimiliano Orsini France Laval Formula Super A (FSA) 100 cc
1994 Italy Alessandro Manetti CRG Rotax Vega Belgium Guy de Nies Italy Daniele Parrilla Argentina Córdoba Formula Super A (FSA) 100 cc
1995 Italy Max Orsini Swiss Hutless Italsistem B Italy Davide Forè Sweden Johnny Mislijevic France Valence Formula Super A (FSA) 100 cc
1996 Sweden Johnny Mislijevic Tony Kart Vortex B Japan Takao Matsuya Italy Alessandro Manetti Italy Lonato Formula Super A (FSA) 100 cc
1997 Italy Danilo Rossi CRG CRG D Italy Alessandro Manetti Italy Giorgio Pantano France Salbris Formula Super A (FSA) 100 cc
1998 Italy Davide Forè Tony Kart Vortex B Italy Massimiliano Orsini Italy Sauro Cesetti Italy Ugento Formula Super A (FSA) 100 cc
1999 Italy Danilo Rossi CRG CRG D Italy Ronnie Quintarelli Italy Giorgio Pantano Belgium Mariembourg Formula Super A (FSA) 100 cc
2000 Italy Davide Forè Tony Kart Vortex B France Franck Perera Finland Heikki Kovalainen Portugal Braga Formula Super A (FSA) 100 cc
2001 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi CRG Maxter B Italy Sauro Cesetti Italy Davide Forè 5-venue series Canada Montreal, France Salbris, Italy Sarno, Belgium Mariembourg & Germany Kerpen[5] Formula Super A (FSA) 100 cc
2002 Netherlands Giedo van der Garde CRG Maxter B Italy Ronnie Quintarelli Italy Davide Forè 5-venue series Belgium Mariembourg, Finland Alahärmä, Portugal Braga, France Salbris & Italy La Conca[6] Formula Super A (FSA) 100 cc
2003 New Zealand Wade Cunningham CRG Maxter B France Arnaud Kozlinski United Kingdom Ben Hanley Italy Sarno Formula A (FA) 100 cc
2004 Italy Davide Forè Tony Kart Vortex B France Arnaud Kozlinski Netherlands Bas Lammers Italy La Conca Formula A (FA) 100 cc
2005 United Kingdom Oliver Oakes Gillard Parilla B United Kingdom Jon Lancaster Italy Davide Forè Portugal Braga Formula A (FA) 100 cc
2006 Italy Davide Forè Tony Kart Vortex B Denmark Michael Christensen Italy Sauro Cesetti France Angerville Formula A (FA) 100 cc
2007 Italy Marco Ardigò[7] Tony Kart Vortex B United Kingdom Gary Catt Denmark Nikolaj Bollingtoft Belgium Mariembourg KF1 125 cc
2008 Italy Marco Ardigò[8] Tony Kart Vortex B Czech Republic Libor Toman United Kingdom Gary Catt Italy La Conca KF1 125 cc
2009 France Arnaud Kozlinski[9] CRG Maxter B Finland Aaro Vainio United Kingdom Ben Hanley Macau Macau Super KF (SKF) 125 cc
2010 Netherlands Nyck de Vries[10] Zanardi Parilla D United Kingdom Jordan Chamberlain Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen Spain Zuera KF2 125 cc
2011 Netherlands Nyck de Vries Zanardi Parilla B Thailand Alexander Albon Italy Flavio Camponeschi 5-venue series Germany Wackersdorf, Spain Zuera,

Belgium Genk, Italy Sarno & JapanSuzuka

KF1 125 cc
2012 Italy Flavio Camponeschi Tony Kart Vortex B United Kingdom Tom Joyner Italy Felice Tiene 2-venue series

JapanSuzuka & MacauMacau

KF1 125 cc
2013 United Kingdom Tom Joyner[11] Zanardi IAME Vega United Kingdom Ben Hanley Netherlands Max Verstappen 2-venue series United KingdomBrandon & BahrainBahrain KF 125 cc
2014 United Kingdom Lando Norris[12] FA Kart Vortex D Russia Nikita Mazepin India Jehan Daruvala France Essay KF 125 cc
2015 Poland Karol Basz Kosmic Vortex Vega United Kingdom Jordon Lennox-Lamb Denmark Nicklas Nielsen Italy La Conca KF 125 cc
2016 Spain Pedro Hiltbrand Aguilar CRG Parilla Vega Poland Karol Basz Italy Felice Tiene Bahrain Sakhir OK 125 cc
2017 United Kingdom Danny Keirle Zanardi Parilla LeCont Spain David Vidales Finland Juho Valtanen United Kingdom Brandon OK 125 cc
2018 Italy Lorenzo Travisanutto Kart Republic Parilla B Germany Hannes Janker Italy Luigi Coluccio Sweden Kristianstad OK 125 cc
2019 Italy Lorenzo Travisanutto Kart Republic Parilla LeCont United Kingdom Taylor Barnard United Kingdom Harry Thompson Finland Alahärmä OK 125 cc
2020 United Kingdom Callum Bradshaw Tony Kart Vortex LeCont United Kingdom Joe Turney Spain Pedro Hiltbrand Aguilar Portugal Portimão OK 125 cc
2021 Spain Campillos OK 125 cc
KF1 Kart racing in 2008

125 Gearbox FIA Karting World Champions and World Cup Winners[edit]

Year World Champion Chassis Engine Tyre Location Class Stroke
1983 Italy Gianni Mazzola Birel Balen D Italy Magione Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1984 Italy Gabriele Tarquini Kalì Balen D Sweden Axamo Ring Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1985 Italy Piermario Cantoni Kalì Balen D France Laval Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1986 Italy Fabrizio Giovanardi Tony Kart Pavesi B Italy Pomposa Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1987 Italy Alessandro Piccini DAP Pavesi Vega Italy Magione Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1988 Sweden Peter Rydell All Kart Pavesi D Hungary Kecskemét Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1989 Italy Gianluca Giorgi Kalì Kali D Czech Republic Olomouc Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1990 Italy Alessandro Piccini Birel Pavesi B France Laval Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1991 Italy Alessandro Piccini Birel Pavesi D Italy Parma Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1992 Italy Danilo Rossi Kalì Pavesi D Italy Ugento Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1993 Italy Alessandro Piccini Kalì Pavesi D Italy Val Vibrata Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1994 Italy Jarno Trulli Tony Kart Pavesi D Poland Bydgoszcz Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1995 Italy Gianluca Beggio Biesse TM Vega Italy Val Vibrata Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1996 Italy Gianluca Beggio Biesse TM B France Salbris Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1997 Italy Gianluca Beggio Birel TM B Italy Ugento Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1998 Italy Gianluca Beggio Birel TM B United States Charlotte, NC Formula C (FC) 125 cc
1999 Italy Francesco Laudato Birel TM D France Circuit Carole Paris Formula C (FC) 125 cc
2000 Italy Gianluca Beggio Birel TM B Belgium Mariembourg Formula C (FC) 125 cc
2001 Not held
2002 Not held
2003* Netherlands Robert Dirks Birel TM Vega France Carole Super ICC 125 cc
2004* Italy Ennio Gandolfi Birel TM Vega Belgium Mariembourg Super ICC 125 cc
2005* Italy Francesco Laudato Birel TM Vega Italy Sarno Super ICC 125 cc
2006* Italy Davide Forè Tony Kart Vortex Vega Belgium Mariembourg Super ICC 125 cc
2007* Belgium Jonathan Thonon CRG Maxter D Italy Sarno KZ1 125 cc
2008* Belgium Jonathan Thonon CRG Maxter D France Varennes KZ1 125 cc
2009* Belgium Jonathan Thonon CRG Maxter D Italy Sarno KZ1 125 cc
2010* Netherlands Bas Lammers Intrepid TM D Portugal Braga KZ1 125 cc
2011* Belgium Jonathan Thonon CRG Maxter D Belgium Genk KZ1 125 cc
2012* Netherlands Bas Lammers Praga Parilla B Italy Sarno KZ1 125 cc
2013 Netherlands Max Verstappen CRG TM B France Varennes KZ 125 cc
2014 Italy Marco Ardigo Tony Kart Vortex B Italy Sarno KZ 125 cc
2015 Netherlands Jorrit Pex CRG TM B France Le Mans KZ 125 cc
2016 Italy Paolo de Conto CRG TM Vega Sweden Kristianstad KZ 125 cc
2017 Italy Paolo de Conto CRG TM Vega Germany Wackersdorf KZ 125 cc
2018 Czech Republic Patrik Hajek Kosmic Vortex LeCont Belgium Genk KZ 125 cc
2019 Netherlands Marijn Kremers Birel TM B Italy Lonato KZ 125 cc
2020 France Jérémy Iglesias Formula K TM Vega Italy Lonato KZ 125 cc
2021 Sweden Noah Milell Tony Kart Vortex MG Sweden Kristianstad KZ 125 cc

(*) indicates the years the World Championships were held as a World Cup

Note: World Championship status from 1983 to 2000, and from 2012 onwards. World Cup status from 2003 onwards till 2012

Junior World Champions & Junior World Cup winners[edit]

Year World Champion Chassis Engine Tyre Second place Third place Location Class
1968 Italy Amedeo Pacitto Tecno BM Carlise Italy Milano Pista Rosa CIK-FIA Junior World Cup
1969 Sweden D. Carlsson Ilhe Sirio Sweden Kalmar CIK-FIA Junior World Cup
1970 United Kingdom Alan Lane Barlotti Komet CIK-FIA Junior World Cup
1971 Belgium Marc Wouters Taifun Parilla Germany Horrem CIK-FIA Junior World Cup
1972 United Kingdom Derek Bliss Zip Komet Denmark Vojens CIK-FIA Junior World Cup
1973 France Alain Prost Birel Parilla Netherlands Oldenzaal CIK-FIA Junior World Cup
1974 Italy Felice Rovelli Birel Parilla England Rye House, Hoddesdon CIK-FIA Junior World Cup
1975 Switzerland Adrian Wepfer BM BM Germany Fulda CIK-FIA Junior World Cup
1976 Italy Andrea de Cesaris Sirio Sirio Switzerland Wohlen CIK-FIA Junior World Cup
1977 Italy Paolo Bandinelli Sirio Sirio France Le Creusot CIK-FIA Junior World Cup
1978 Italy Stefano Modena Birel Parilla Luxembourg Mondercange CIK-FIA Junior World Cup
1979 Switzerland Thomas Glauser Birel Parilla Italy Fano CIK-FIA Junior World Cup
1980 Germany Bernd Schneider Birel Parilla Netherlands Michel Vacirca Sweden Thomas Danielsson France Le Creusot CIK-FIA Junior World Cup
1981* Netherlands Michel Vacirca AllKart PCR Germany Kerpen CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1982* Italy Romeo Deila Birel PCR Italy Parma CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1983* Netherlands Frank van Eglem Tecno Kart Parilla Germany Kerpen CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1984* Italy Andrea Gilardi Birel PCR France Yvan Muller Italy Roberto Colciago France Laval CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1985* Italy Andrea Gilardi Birel PCR Germany Michael Schumacher United Kingdom Allan McNish France Le Mans CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1986* Italy Fabrizio de Simone Birel Parilla Italy Jesolo CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1987* Denmark Jan Magnussen Tony Kart Parilla France Laval CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1988* Italy Gianluca Malandrucco CRG Parilla Italy Pomposa CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1989* Denmark Jan Magnussen Tony Kart Rotax Spain Saragozza CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1990* France Jérémie Dufour Sodikart Dino Italy Jarno Trulli Italy Lonato CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1991* France Sébastien Philippe Sodikart Dino Italy Alessio Falchi France David Terrien France Laval CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1992** Italy Bruno Balocco Mike 1 Parilla Finland Mikael Santavirta Netherlands René van Ameyden Sweden Göteborg CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1993** Italy Ennio Gandolfi Kali Parilla Sweden Johan Agrell Italy Danilo Miotto CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1994** Italy Giorgio Pantano CRG Rotax Germany Alexander Müller Belgium Philip Cloostermans CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1995** Australia James Courtney Tony Kart Vortex B Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Italy Alessandro Piccolo Portugal Braga CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
1996** Spain Fernando Alonso Mike 1 Parilla B Netherlands Jimmy van der Ende Austria Riko Fürtbauer Belgium Genk CIK-FIA Junior World Cup (ICA)
2009* Italy Giuliano Maria Niceta Top Kart Vortex Vega United Kingdom Jake Dennis France Pierre Gasly Italy Sarno-Napoli KF3 CIK-FIA World Cup
2010* Thailand Alexander Albon Intrepid TM D Netherlands Max Verstappen South Africa Callan O'Keeffe Portugal Braga KF3 CIK-FIA World Cup
2010 United Kingdom Jake Dennis Top Kart WKE LeCont Finland Matias Köykkä United Kingdom Adam Stirling 3-venue series

Germany Wackersdorf, Spain Alcañiz, France Val d'Argenton

U18 KF3
2011* Monaco Charles Leclerc Intrepid TM Vega South Africa Callan O'Keeffe United Kingdom Harrison Scott Italy Sarno-Napoli KF3 CIK-FIA World Cup
2011 United Kingdom Matthew Graham Zanardi WKE LeCont Finland Pyry Ovaska France Anthoine Hubert multiple-venue series

Italy Ortona, France Essay & Italy Sarno-Napoli

U18 KF3
2012* Italy Luca Corberi Kosmic Vortex Vega United Kingdom Callum Ilott Denmark Slavko Ivanovic Spain Zuera KF3 CIK-FIA World Cup
2012 United Kingdom Henry Easthope Sodikart WKE LeCont Monaco Charles Leclerc France Anthoine Hubert 3-venue series

Portugal Braga, France Angerville & Bahrain Bahrain

U18 KF3
2013 Italy Alessio Lorandi Tony Kart Parilla LeCont Italy Leonardo Pulcini Russia Robert Shwartzman 2-venue series

Italy Sarno, Bahrain Bahrain

KF-Junior (KFJ) KF3
2014 United Kingdom Enaam Ahmed FA Kart Vortex Vega Germany Mick Schumacher Venezuela Mauricio Baiz France Essay KF-Junior (KFJ) KF3
2015 United States Logan Sargeant FA Kart Vortex LeCont France Clément Novalak Brazil Caio Collet Italy La Conca KF-Junior (KFJ) KF3
2016 France Victor Martins Kosmic Parilla Vega Spain David Vidales France Théo Pourchaire Bahrain Sakhir OK-Junior (OKJ)
2017 United Kingdom Dexter Patterson Exprit TM LeCont United Kingdom Chris Lulham United Kingdom Harry Thompson United Kingdom Brandon OK-Junior (OKJ)
2018 France Victor Bernier Kosmic Parilla Vega Italy Gabriele Minì Brazil Gabriel Bortoleto Sweden Kristianstad OK-Junior (OKJ)
2019 Netherlands Thomas ten Brinke FA Kart Vortex LeCont Brazil Rafael Chaves Câmara Lithuania Kajus Siksnelis Finland Alahärmä OK-Junior (OKJ)
2020 United Kingdom Freddie Slater Kosmic Vortex MG Finland Tuukka Taponen United Kingdom Harry Burgoyne, Jr. Portugal Portimão OK-Junior (OKJ)
2021 Spain Campillos OK-Junior (OKJ)

(*) indicates the years the event status was as a World Cup and not FIA World Championship

(**) Note: From 1992 - 1996 the Junior World Championships were held as the CIK-FIA Five Continents Cup Junior A

Secondary Classes World Champions[edit]

CIK-FIA Karting International Supercup[edit]

Year Champion Chassis Engine Tyre Second place Third place Class
2013 France Dorian Boccolacci Energy Corse TM B France Alexandre Arrue New Zealand Daniel Bray KZ2 Supercup
2014 Netherlands Ryan Van Der Burgt DR Modena B Italy Lorenzo Camplese Netherlands Menno Paauwe KZ2 Supercup
2015 France Thomas Laurent Tony Kart Vortex LeCont Sweden Joel Johansson Italy Alberto Cavalieri KZ2 Supercup
2016 Spain Pedro Hiltbrand CRG Maxter Vega Italy Fabian Federer Sweden Benjamin Törnqvist Persson KZ2 Supercup
2017 Italy Alex Irlando Sodikart TM B Sweden Benjamin Törnqvist Persson Italy Riccardo Longhi KZ2 Supercup
2018 Italy Matteo Viganò Tony Kart Vortex B New Zealand Daniel Bray Spain David Vidales KZ2 Supercup
2019 France Emilien Denner Sodikart TM B Spain David Vidales Sweden Emil Skärås KZ2 Supercup
2020 Italy Simone Cunati Birel TM Vega Italy Giuseppe Palomba Italy Giacomo Pollini KZ2 Supercup
2021 Italy Lorenzo Travisanutto Parolin TM MG Netherlands Senna van Walstijn Germany David Trefilov KZ2 Supercup

Formula A World Champions[edit]

Year World Champion Chassis Engine Tyre Location Class Stroke
1988 France Emmanuel Collard CRG Rotax France Laval Formula A 100 cc
1989 Denmark Gert Munkholm PCR Atomik France Valence Formula A 100 cc
1990 Italy Danilo Rossi CRG Rotax Italy Jesolo Formula A 100 cc
1991 Italy Alessandro Manetti Tony Kart Rotax B France Le Mans Formula A 100 cc
1992 Italy Nicola Gianniberti Tony Kart Rotax Vega Italy Ugento Formula A 100 cc
1993 France David Terrien Sodi Kart Rotax Vega France Laval Formula A 100 cc
1994 Italy Marco Barindelli HAASE Rotax Vega Argentina Cordoba Formula A 100 cc
1995 Brazil Gastao Fraguas Tony Kart Italsistem B France Valence Formula A 100 cc
1996 France Jean-Christophe Ravier Tony Kart Vortex France Valence Formula A 100 cc
1997 Australia James Courtney Tony Kart Vortex B France Salbris Formula A 100 cc
1998 Brazil Ruben Carrapatoso Tony Kart Vortex Formula A 100 cc
1999 France Franck Perera Tony Kart Vortex Formula A 100 cc
2000 United Kingdom Colin Brown Top Kart Parilla Portugal Braga Formula A 100 cc
SuperKart

Formula E SuperKart World Champions[edit]

Year World Champion Chassis Engine Tyre Location Class Stroke
1983 United Kingdom Martin Hines Zip Kart Rotax B 3-venue series

Denmark Jyllandsring, United Kingdom Silverstone & FranceLe Mans-Bugatti

Formula E (SuperKart) 250 cc
1984 Sweden Lennart Bohlin Zip GP Rotax B 4-venue series

South Africa Zwartkop, France Le Mans-Bugatti

Formula E (SuperKart) 250 cc
1985 Denmark Poul V. Petersen PVP Rotax 3-venue series

France Le Mans-Bugatti, Germany Nürburgring, & United Kingdom Silverstone

Formula E (SuperKart) 250 cc
1986 South Africa Wade Nelson Rotax Formula E (SuperKart) 250 cc
1987 France Eric Gassin Nissag Rotax 4-venue series

United Kingdom Silverstone, France Le Mans-Bugatti

Formula E (SuperKart) 250 cc
1988 Denmark Poul V. Petersen PVP Rotax France Le Mans Formula E (SuperKart) 250 cc
1989 United Kingdom Tim Parrot Rotax France Le Mans Formula E (SuperKart) 250 cc
1990 United Kingdom Tim Parrot Rotax France Le Mans Formula E (SuperKart) 250 cc
1991 United Kingdom Martin Hines /
Netherlands Perry Grondstra
Zip Kart/ Zip Kart Rotax/ Rotax B/B 3-venue series

Netherlands Assen, Scotland Knockhill & France Le Mans

Formula E (SuperKart) 250 cc
1992 United Kingdom Martin Hines Zip-Eagle Kart Rotax B Formula E (SuperKart) 250 cc
1993 Netherlands Perry Grondstra Rotax B Formula E (SuperKart) 250 cc
1994 Netherlands Perry Grondstra Rotax B Formula E (SuperKart) 250 cc
1995 United Kingdom Trevor Roberts Rotax Formula E (SuperKart) 250 cc

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