In a constantly evolving society which advocates the need for more ecology and a reduction in all nuisances, the raging sound of some karts can create problems. Fully aware of the situation, the CIK-FIA, the International Karting Federation, has decided to respond and has been working for many months on limiting the karts’ noise.
“This package is a first step towards tackling the cross-border trade in tampered cars which costs billion of Euro every year”, said Jacob Bangsgaard, FIA Region I Director General, following the European Commission’s release of a new ‘Roadworthiness Package’ today.
The CIK-FIA confirm that a production service-agreement has been found with Ben Constanduros’ CMC (Constanduros Motorsport Consultancy) for the 2012 CIK-FIA races.
The agreement between CMC and the CIK-FIA provides for the availability of moving pictures to any media so requesting, the use of the website www.cikfia.tv as well as broadcasting on several TV channels, notably on Motors TV.