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1982

Kalmar (SWE) hosts the World Championship for the second time. Until the chequered flag, Mike Wilson (ITA) withstands the pressure exerted by Lars Forsman (SWE). English Champion that same year, the future Formula One Driver Johnny Herbert (GBR) comes 18th. In addition to the World Championship, a European Championship is organised for Formula K (135cc): divided into five rounds, it sees Peter de Bruijn (NLD) prevail. Josef Bertzen (DEU) is the winner of the European 100cc Championship held at Biesheim (FRA), which is exclusively reserved for un-seeded Drivers.