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.
Davide Forè, Felice Tiene and the new entry Paolo De Conto, three big karting champions, pushed the new rental kart CRG Centurion to the limits in a test on indoor and outdoor tracks. CRG drivers had very good impressions, with driving feelings close to the racing product. It is the ideal machinery to have some fun.
A whole day on the new rental karts by CRG, took to the limits in a test on indoor and outdoor tracks by three champions with a long CV: Davide Forè, Felice Tiene and the new entry Paolo De Conto, that in total won 10 titles of World Champion, World Cups and European Championships. The stunning and quick karts Centurion, that are the new line of rental karts by CRG, have been took on track for these tests. (More...)
The Italian Paolo De Conto will be the new CRG works driver for KZ International season in 2015. He is one of the main protagonists of world karting with 2011 KZ1 European Championship and 2010's KZ2 under his belt.
CRG works team is getting stronger ahead of season 2015 with the arrival of Paolo De Conto, who is going to be a CRG works driver in KZ. This is quite an important new entry for CRG Racing Team, that aims to strengthen its lineup in KZ ahead of the forthcoming season, and also a great chance for Paolo De Conto, a very quick driver with high qualities. (More...)
The Britain Sean Babington dominated category DD2 at the International Kartodrome Lucas Guerrero and won the prestigious International Title Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals on CRG in a tricky wet final.
The British driver Sean Babington won the Rotax Grand Finals in Valencia (Spain) in the most powerful category, DD2, running a flawless race on CRG in a final made even more complicate by rain. Babington proceeded the 2012 Grand Finals winner, the Canadian Ben Cooper, by more than 2 seconds, and the Australian Jordon Boys. (More...)
CRG is in Spain for the Grand Finals Rotax of Valencia, where the Italian firm is the official chassis provider for the most performing category: DD2. A total of 288 drivers will be on track at this important world Rotax event, all of them are national trophy winners. Category DD2 will have 72 drivers on track on CRG chassis, they come from 46 countries. All the finals scheduled for Saturday 29 November.
The International Kartodrome Lucas Guerrero of Valencia (Spain) will house the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals, event that celebrates this year the 15th edition of one of the most important appointments of international karting. The race will have 288 drivers on track coming from all over the world for the most popular single branded event by Rotax. (More...)
Jordon Lennox-Lamb on CRG-PSL triumphed at the SuperNationals of Las Vegas in category S1, leading Davide Forè on track with CRG-USA. Lennox secured also the National Championship. Forè among the protagonists also in KZ2, where he ended fourth after leading the Final.
CRG scored a stunning one-two in Las Vegas' “Skusa Supernationals XVIII”, as Jordon Lennox-Lamb and Davide Forè ended first and second of S1 Pro, the most performing American category for shifter karts powered by Honda. (More...)