CRG chassis brand is moving a lot in the karting drivers market. The Italian squad has confirmed the incorporation of the KZ world champion, Jeremy Iglesias, among other drivers.

The Italian brand faces 2021 recruiting great drivers to their line-up. This weekend, KZ world champion Jeremy Iglesias was confirmed as a new driver for CRG.

CRG in addition to this incorporation also announced Alex Irlando t o join the KZ team.

But the Italian brand not only strengthens in KZ, it also does so in OK. Arthur Rogeon leaves Exprit to join CRG where he will make his OK debut.


Alex Irlando:

“The sporting record of the CRG Racing Team in the KZ classes is incredible and I am sure that we will be able to be competitive from the first races of 2021. I am in a moment of my career in what new incentives are fundamental and here at CRG I have found a highly motivated technical staff and ambitious projects. As for the engines, I am also very happy to continue my collaboration with TM, which has given me direct support for years and with whom I have shared all my successes and sporting choices.”

Arthur Rogeon:

“We chose to join CRG because it is one of the best teams ever in Karting, it boasts an incredible palmares, technical know-how and experience to win races as demonstrated with many champions who then went to motor racing. My goal for 2021 is above all to learn as much as possible, thanks to the support of the team’s technicians and gain experience to aim to win in 2022, when we will also consider a possible double commitment with the KZ category. Later I would like to move on to motoring, but now the focus is 100% on Karting and on this new phase of my career which will start with the tests in January and the first races in February.”

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