Good start of the 2015 season for DINO
DINO drivers from different teams have had a good start at the 2015 season, with podiums in both Rotax and CIK classes. From DINO we congratulate the drivers and teams, and are looking forward to follow them the rest of the season.
On the picture is Danish KZ2 driver Jonas Hansen who took a second and a third place in the first and second round of the Danish Super Kart series, which is held over 6 rounds in total.
DINO drivers are doing well in both Rotax and CIK classes
Jonas Hansen is one of the drivers in the new International DINO Racing team. He will participate in the German Championship (DSKM) together with the ductch driver Finn Kooyman also in KZ2 and Danish / German Kaj Schubert in KF Junior.
Also part of the factory team is Finnish Henri Kokko and Danish Nikolaj Rasmussen, who will participate in the CIK European and World Championships in KZ and KZ2.
JN Motorsport is a new Danish team, managed by the young but experienced driver Jacob Nørtoft. The team participates in the Danish Super Kart series as well as regional championsships and selected international races. At the first two rounds JN Motorsport took 3 podium places, so also a good start for the new team.
Above is the start of one of the 60 CC Junior races in Copenhagen, where Carl-Anton Gerner Larsen (148) took a third place in both round one and round two. This was after an intense fight about the places, where Carl-Anton often also was leading the race.
In KF Junior JN Motorsport has two drivers. Above is Mads Damlund, who took a third place in round two of the Danish Super Kart series - also after intense battle. Also the other Dino driver in KFJ - Carl Christian Langetoft did well in the race with a fifth place in one of the finals.
The Danish DINO dealer, Kiel Kart continues to count a large number of drivers participating in the Danish Rotax Max Challenge. Several of the drivers have been on the podium during the first races of the season. So also a good start in the Rotax classes.
Above is DD2 driver Nicolaj Christensen, who took third place in both round one and round 2 of the Danish Rotax Max Challenge.