© 2013 KWC
|KWC is an indoor based rental/hire kart
championship that runs on a different track
every year. However, individual countries
hold their own qualifying events in order
for some of their drivers to gain free entry
into KWC. To learn more about how to
qualify, click the QUALIFIERS tab on the
2013 NATIONAL QUALIFIERS ARE COMPLETE.
TO VIEW THE CHAMPIONS, CLICK HERE.
- High level indoor karting
- Circuits around the World
- Drivers from around the World
- Extremely low cost
- Rental kart based
- Not FIA affiliated
KART WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY INTERNATIONAL OR NATIONAL MOTORSPORT GOVERNING BODY
After an intense week-long battle between the front running drivers,
Belgian driver Robin Borremans was able to fight off the best indoor
kart drivers on the planet to become only the second two-time KWC
Kart World Champion in history.
In an incredibly tense and action packed final race, where strategy
became a crucial element, Danish driver Jannick Nielsen finished in first
place. However, the real battle was between Portugese driver Filipe
Viera and Robin Borremans, front runners all week, with Borremans
eventually scoring highly enough to win the title by just a single point.
Former World Champion Mathias Grooten secured the third spot on the
Full results can be found here.