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Transcript of karts

kosmic kart zanardi kart bell helmets Bridgestone tires Freem suit Gopro camera Sparco suit freem suit Kosmic kart Zanardi kart Bell helmets Gopro camera Iame engine Arai helmet Is the world kart championship and all drivers dream to be there Kosmic Kart is a kart chassis manufacturer based out of Italy. Kosmic Kart chassis are produced by the Tony Kart factory and share the Tony Kart frames layouts as well as OTK (Original Tony Kart) components. Founded in the winter of 2004/2005, the ART Grand Prix team was built on the solid foundations of the ASM F3 team, the two structures being under the same roof and working with the same personnel. After their strong performances and records in French F3 and the F3 Euro Series, the team, based in the French Department of the Yonne, decided to continue its rise in the world of International Motorsports by creating a structure dedicated to the GP2 Championship, a series which replaced F3000 in 2005, as the curtain rise on the European F1 Grand Prix season. Zanardi Kart was initially an idea conjured up by Giancarlo Tinini, the owner of CRG. With the collaboration of Alex Zanardi and Dino Chiesa, the idea has came alive. Born in the 1950’s California hot rod and racing scene, Bell founder Roy Richter built an entire industry anticipating the unmet needs of those with a speed-hungry disposition. People wanted to drive fast…he corralled all the go-fast parts he could find into the world’s first speed shop. They wanted to race…he built them race cars. And when the need-for-speed started to reveal some grim realities, Roy did something about that too and Bell Helmets was born. November 18, 1905 Hirotake Arai, the founder of Arai Helmet, Limited was born in Tokyo as the eldest son of Yuichiroh Arai who manufactured the hats for government office and authorities. Bruno Grana in those years was working for Moto Parilla and when he saw the go-kart, he suddenly fell in love, immediately understanding its potential. In 1959 Grana convinced Parilla to join this new market and enter the history of Karting. Some years later, together with his colleague and friend Cesare Bossaglia, he established Komet, a Company expressly dedicated to the Karting world. 1968 was the decisive year, Parilla and Komet joined together into IAME, "Italian American Motor Engineering" which name comes from the close relation with the United States. With the acquisition of the brands BM and Sirio, Bruno Grana put the basis of what is still today the asset of a worldwide known Company. la conca circuit The track is one of the most used for high-profile international karting events such as the CIK-FIA World and European Championships, and the WSK International Series. The Rotax Max Grand Finals in 2008 will be held at La Conca. The very first Bridgestone tire was produced on April 9, 1930, by the Japanese "Tabi" Socks Tyre Division (actually made jika-tabi). One year later on March 1, 1931, the founder, Shojiro Ishibashi, made the "Tabi" Socks Tyre Division independent and established the Bridgestone Tire Co., Ltd. in the city of Kurume, Fukuoka Prefecture. "Bridgestone" was named after the name of the founder, Shojiro Ishibashi (Ishi = Stone, Bashi = Bridge) Free Minds srl established on 2001 as an R&D studio, at beginning the society was oriented on sport goods development for important sport brands. GoPro is a brand privately owned company in San Mateo, California Woodman Labs that features "wearable" camera/camcorders such as helmet cameras that are targeted at adventure video/photography.Widely used by professionals and hobbyists, the cameras have been used to film inside of the mouths of alligators, sharks and polar bears. Sparco S.p.A is an Italian auto part and accessory company headquartered in Settimo Torinese, Turin, Italy that specializes in producing items such as seats, steering wheels, harnesses, racewear and helmets. Sparco branded alloy wheels are produced under licence by OZ Group. They also sponsor many types of auto races including rallies, single-seaters, and motorcycles. VP Racing Fuels was founded by Steve Burns, who initially exhibited his aptitude for R&D in 'the early 1970’s as a young racer in San Antonio, Texas. Self-taught in chemistry and physics, Steve was convinced the race fuel manufacturers of the day were falling short in their quest for optimum horsepower. Motul is a French company, now worldwide, which creates, develops and distributes lubricants for engines (motorcycles, cars and other vehicles) and for the industry.
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