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1986

After an experimental introduction in 1985 the CIK-FIA makes side bodywork mandatory in Formula K. The first World Championship organised in the United States, held at Jacksonville, ends in a fiasco. Judging the circuit dangerous and unsuitable, most European Drivers refuse to compete. They will all have their licences suspended by the CIK-FIA for a 6-month period. The event is taken by Augusto Ribas (BRA). The European Formula K Championship held over 5 rounds is won by Yvan Muller (FRA) ahead of Nicklas Johansson (SWE). Linus Lundberg (SWE) wins the European Inter A (100cc) Championship in Oppenrod (DEU) ahead of Ralf Kelleners (DEU) and Michael Schumacher (DEU). At Jesolo (ITA), Fabrizio De Simone (ITA) carries off the CIK-FIA Juniors’ Cup, in which in particular Christian Fittipaldi (BRA) and David Coulthard (GB) are entered.