Two More Euro Titles For CRG and Maxter
Each race of the WSK Euro Series gave CRG and Maxter the opportunity to display the qualities of their equipment. Thanks to such high level of performance and reliability, they have conquered a long series of podiums and victories over the last few months. And at the end of a particularly exciting final race in Sarno (Italy), CRG Racing Team won two championship titles with Max Verstappen in KF3 and Jonathan Thonon in KZ1.
La Conca, Lonato, Zuera, Genk and Sarno: there was not a single final phase where a CRG-Maxter kart did not cross the finish line as winner. "For a factory team, the WSK is really the ideal testing ground to develop equipment, enhance the profile of the brand and let drivers and private teams take part in high-level competition" CRG pointed out. "Therefore it is the whole sport of karting that comes out as winner in this popular series, not just CRG chassis and Maxter engines. We are very proud we conquered a title in two disciplines as different as KF3 and KZ1. It is yet another proof of the effectiveness of our whole range of chassis. And our final objective remains the same: our customers' satisfaction in the whole world thanks to competitive, reliable and easy to use karts".
CRG and Maxter Win from KZ to KF...
CRG and Maxter imposed themselves not only in the most competitive, but also in the most popular category. Indeed, KF3 gathered over 100 different drivers in 2010. But Max Verstappen was always in the leading places, knowing already he had won the WSK Euro Series even before the final race thanks to his impressive race. The young Dutch driver reached the podium in each race and was on the highest step twice. "In karting, you have to be fast, but reliable and regular, too. With my CRG-Maxter, that's exactly what I was in each race, it was great", Max commented.