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1995

In Formula Super A, Massimiliano Orsini (ITA) lands the World Championship, the World Cup and the European Championship. Although he makes his début with the “seniors” (who are at least 15 years old), Jenson Button (GBR) finishes second in the World Formula A Championship behind Gastao Fraguas (BRA). Half-way through the season, Jarno Trulli (ITA) leaves Karting for Formula 3 and, only eighteen months later, he starts his Formula One career! Dan Wheldon (GBR) prevails at Suzuka (JPN) in the World Cup for Formula A. With the aim of levelling out the chances of all participants, the CIK-FIA introduces a single fuel distribution system....Read More

1996

Michael Schumacher (DEU), who is already armed with two Formula One World Champion titles, challenges and smashes the kartists on the occasion of the Monaco Kart Cup and of the Masters of Paris-Bercy (FRA).

In order to put an end to the parsimonious distribution of “special” compounds by the tyre Manufacturers to some privileged Drivers, the CIK-FIA implements the principle of allocating tyres by drawing lots in its top categories, Formulae Super A and A. This decision is so successful that the first race of the European Formula Super A Championship is won by a private Team and a private Driver, Ward Racing and Johan Agrell...Read More

1997

Back in Karting after unsuccessfully switching to Motor Sport, Danilo Rossi (ITA) adds a third world title to his list of results: at Salbris (FRA) he prevails in Formula Super A. As for the European Championship of the same category, it sees the crowning of Jenson Button (GBR). The list of prize winners of the 1997 season is resolutely international, with the world Formula A title won by Read More