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1989

At Valence (FRA), Mike Wilson (ITA) establishes a historic record when he takes his sixth world title. He prevails in Formula K ahead of Fabrizio De Simone (ITA) and Marc Goossens (BEL). In Formula Super 100, Gert Munkholm (DNK) wins while two female Drivers, Daniela Galiffa (ITA) and Lotta Hellberg (SWE) work their way up to the first 10. In practice, Giancarlo Fisichella (ITA) had taken pole-position. The other World Champions crowned in 1989 were Gianluca Giorgi (Formula C/125) and the Englishman Tim Parrot (Formula E/250). Jos Verstappen (NLD) manages to take two European titles, in Super 100 and in Intercontinental A. The European...Read More

1990

The 135cc engines are abandoned in Formula K and replaced by 100cc ones. In this category, Jan Magnussen (DNK) carries off the supreme title at Jesolo (ITA) after a dramatic turn of events in the penultimate lap: while in the lead, Gianantonio Pacchioni (ITA) is bumped into by a lapped Driver and retires… In Formula A, former Juniors create a sensation, in particular Danilo Rossi (ITA) who prevails in the final, and Giancarlo Fisichella (ITA) who finishes second but then learns that he is disqualified for having received outside help from his Mechanic on the starting grid. At Laval (FRA), Alessandro Piccini (ITA) wins the World Championship for 125cc...Read More

1991

Jarno Trulli (ITA) lands the supreme title in Formula K at Le Mans (FRA), an event in which Giancarlo Fisichella (ITA) and Jos Verstappen (NLD) wreck their chances of winning by bumping into each other. In Formula A, the lower category, the world title is grasped by Read More