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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 Alessandro Manetti (ITA) who had also prevailed a few weeks before in the European Championship. The CIK-FIA creates a World Cup, which is held at Suzuka (JPN). Donny Crevels (NLD) in Formula K, and Daryll Smith (AUS) in Formula A open the record of an event which will be more and more successful throughout the 90’s. Held over four events, the European Formula K Championship is won by Massimiliano Orsini (ITA) ahead of Fisichella, Trulli, Gert Munkholm (DNK) and Jan Magnussen (DNK). The European ICA Championship is taken by Daniele Parrilla (ITA), ahead of Carlos Gil (ESP) and Nicolas Minassian (FRA). On the Junior side, Jordi Suralles (ESP) lands the European title at Göteborg (SWE) while Sébastien Philippe (FRA) wins the World Cup at Laval (FRA). And there is an extremely unusual occurrence with Martin Hines (GBR) and Perry Grondstra (NLD) finishing the three rounds of the World Championship for Formula E (Superkart) with exactly the same number of points and are both declared World Champions! In 125cc gearbox karts, the World Formula C Championship organised in Parma (ITA) sees the crowning of Alessandro Piccini (ITA), and Roberto Montagnani (ITA) is the European ICC title winner.