At the conclusion of the European Championships of KZ, OKJ and OK categories, we end out with a positive second place in the top class, KZ, obtained by Patrik Hajek.In OKJ class winner was the Martins’ Kosmic Kart (VDK Racing), who has led the event since the heats.In OK we lost the chances of success after a collision which put Karol Basz off the track from both the final and his chance to compete for the title.

KZ. In the category with the gear we fought at the top during the whole weekend, but our strongest rival, Ardigò, at the wheel of a Tony Kart-Vortex, has barred us the way to success. Patrik confirmed to have technical equipment of the highest level, winning the third place in the pre-final and always fighting in the top five in the final.
We address the sincerest congratulations for a well-deserved success at the Tony Kart Racing Team and its driver and record our second place as an incentive to further improve in the next, important appointments.
OK. After having completed very good heats, where Karol Basz also gained a success, we were out of the final due to a collision made on the first lap of the pre-final. An incident that has vanished the excellent work done until then.
In the final our young Noah Milell was on track, with an excellent fourth in the pre-final, and into the points in the final.
KFJ. Théo Pourchaire showed off since the heats, finished in fifth place, and won the fifth place in the pre-final.
The Kosmic Kart brand has excelled in Genk, in particular, thanks to Victor Martins (VDK Racing) who won the race clearly, after winning four heats and the pre-final.
Also another driver at the wheel of the Kosmic Kart has shone in Genk, it's Ugo De Wilde (Ecurie Hesbaye Team), who finished the pre-final second in second place.