CRG is a world-wide leading company in karting. Its history is filled with sportive and commercial success featuring countless victories obtained on the circuits all over the world starting from the 70s. CRG has always been at the highest levels for technical and sportive experience on the International Karting scene. CRG chassis have been chosen world-wide by drivers and have allowed a lot of them to get the success they were hunting for to continue their career all the way to Formula 1.
CRG scored a one-two in Germany at the Euro Rotax Challenge in DD2, a victory in DD2 Master and a podium in Junior. Hiccup for Felice Tiene in Sweden at the European KF Championship as he ended fourth in the final standings.
Bitter-sweet weekend for CRG at the end of the double exit in Germany, at Wackersdorf, for the third round of Rotax Euro Challenge and in Sweden, at Kristianstad, for the third and last round of the European CIK-FIA Championship. (More...)
CRG works team will get on track in Sweden at Kristianstad for the third and final round of the European KF Championship and in Germany at Wackersdorf for the third and penultimate round of the Rotax Euro Challenge.
The weekend of 26 July will be characterized by a double international commitment for CRG works team. The squad will in fact get on track in Sweden at Kristianstad for the final round of the European CIK-FIA KF and KF Junior, and in Germany at Wackersdorf for the penultimate round of the Rotax Euro Challenge. (More...)
The CRG driver Pedro Hiltbrand is Vice Champion but lost the chance to get the European KZ2 Championship title. Puhakka stopped by two incidents in KZ's final stages. The farce of the dropping nose cone. Max Verstappen in Genk at CRG's motorhome.
Joy, hope but also disappointment for the missed result in Belgium due to a series of very unlucky circumstances. These are the feelings after Genk at CRG-Maxter, especially for Pedro Hiltbrand, who missed out on the European KZ2 title, and for Simo Puhakka, that saw the victory slipping out of his hands when it seemed at reach. (More...)
A great qualifying stage took place today for CRG drivers in Genk, especially for Simo Puhakka in KZ and Felice Tiene in KZ2. Hiltbrand, who is fighting for the title, has been penalized by an incident. Final stages on Sunday.
CRG-Maxter is on track in Belgium at Genk as Simo Puhakka in KZ and Felice Tiene in KZ2 dominated the scene in qualifying heats of the third and final round of the European Championship. The situation of KZ2 classification leader Pedro Hiltbrand is a bit more complicated now as he has been slowed down in two heats by an incident and by a penalty. (More...)
A great performance was put in by Simo Puhakka in KZ at Genk (Belgium) in qualifying practice valid for the European Championship. The favorite in the fight for KZ2 title Pedro Hiltbrand had a troubled start instead.
Qualifying practice of Friday at Genk (Belgium) kicked off the third and final round of the European KZ and KZ2 Championship, the decisive race to award the CIK-FIA titles. (More...)