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Sweden’s Thomas Nilsson (on a Robardie-BM) carries off the World Championship owing to a double victory in the last event, which is held at Hoddesdon (GBR). In the final classification, he is ahead of Giulio Pernigotti (ITA), who had nonetheless dominated the first two events at Vevey (CHE) and Jesolo (ITA). Curiously and unusually enough, it is so hot in Jesolo that the asphalt deteriorates as the karts pass upon it, and the course of the track must be modified during the event! For two points, Germany beats Italy in the European Nations’ Championship, which is staged at Nüremberg (DEU), Kristianstad (SWE) and Villacoublay (FRA). Ute...Read More


A Driver is head and shoulders above the others throughout the international season: François Goldstein (BEL) wins all three rounds of the World Championship (Vevey/CHE, Hoddesdon/GBR and Villacoublay/FRA), as well as all the European Championship events in which he takes part! In the World Championship, Goldstein finishes ahead of the Britons Micky Allen and Paul Fletcher, and the Germans Hans Heyer and Karl-Heinz Peters. Germany repeats its victory in the European Nations’ Championship, the rounds of which are held at Jesolo (ITA), Copenhagen (DNK) and Fulda (DEU). Great Britain and Switzerland complete the podium. The CIK launches a...Read More


The World Championship is reduced to one single event, which is allocated to Thiverval (FRA), with the aim of encouraging the participation of competitors from out of Europe. This change is marked by the presence of a Brazilian team, which brings a desired exotic touch, and 18 nations are represented. François Goldstein (BEL) is succeeded by himself and forestalls David Ferris (GBR). In the preliminary phases the fastest practice time had been achieved by Hans Heyer (DEU) and the pole-position by Keke Rosberg/FIN (future F1 World Champion, in 1982) further to the qualifying heats. Germany wins the European Nations’ Championship ahead...Read More