The winner of the K2 (shifter) class in the 2024 Karting Champions League will race in the 2025 Spanish F4 Championship with MP Motorsport.
The organiser says the new Karting Champions League is “a completely new approach where the material is the same for each class.” CRG will be the chassis supplier for all five categories, providing karts in special Karting Champions League trim.
It is an ‘arrive-and-drive’ series allowing participants to take part for a fixed amount and includes the use of a kart, fuel, tyres, transport costs, maintenance, as well as technical support and driver coaching.
Pricing starts at 15,000 Euro for the Micro MAX class up to 50,000 Euro for the headline K2 gearbox class.
“The format requires participants to drive the same karts with a single setup and the engines will be exchanged every weekend” CRG announced.
“It will therefore be the drivers and not the vehicle who will make the difference on the track, with the certainty of being able to compete with their opponents on equal terms, using the same technical material.”
There are five categories: Micro Max K6, Mini Max K5, Junior Max K4, Senior Max K3, Shifter TM KZ K2. CRG has stated the winner of the the K2 class will race in the Spanish F4 Championship “completely free of charge.”
The season will kick off with two test days in Spain followed by races in various European countries (see below).
(calendar subject to FIA / CIK approval)