CRG Presents the New FIA Homologated Chassis
Following the inspection by the FIA technicians at the Factory headquarters in Italy in October, CRG has officially presented the newly homologated chassis for the International categories and for the major Brand Trophies. The CRG range of chassis with FIA homologation, which we remind you is mandatory to participate in all the official International and National competitions for the OK, KZ categories and for the most important single-make Trophies such as Rotax, X 30 or ROK, will consist of 5 Racing chassis.
This cycle of FIA homologations not only included the chassis, but also the braking systems and fairings, so that for next season there will be a lot of technical innovations. The choices adopted by CRG are the result of the long development work carried out by its Racing Team in the most important international races and have brought great improvements to all models, both in terms of performance and in terms of driving feeling for the driver.
CRG has worked hard on the 4 chassis already known by the general public, renewing the expiring homologation for the tested KT2 and Road Rebel, while the KT4 and Heron models had a still valid homologation, but have been updated from a technical point of view and with regard to accessories. Alongside these 4 models, a completely new chassis called KT5 has also been presented.
The CRG chassis available with FIA homologation will be five:
Chassis | Tubes
KT2 | 30mm
RR | 32mm
KT5 | 30mm/32mm
KT4 | 30mm/32mm
Heron | 30mm
The bodyworks of the KT2 and Road Rebel models will have the same tube sections as the previous ones (all 32mm tubes for the Road Rebel and all 30mm tubes for the KT2), but significant changes have been made in terms of geometry and accessories. For these models it is important to remember that those ones which were produced until the end of 2020 will no longer have a valid FIA homologation.
As previously said, also the KT4 model homologation has been renewed for the one made with 30 and 32mm tubes and for the Heron model, all made with 30mm tubes and characterized by a particular geometry in its central part.
Actually the absolute novelty is represented by the KT5 model which will get back the classic geometries of the KT2 and will have the front part of the body (the tube in the front that goes from one spindle to the other) made with a 32mm tube, while the rest of the body will be made with a 30mm tube.
All newly approved chassis will be equipped with new fairings which comes complete with adhesive kit and new braking systems called VEN 13.
CRG has approved a new braking system identified by the initials VEN 13 DD for the Direct Drive categories and VEN 13 KZ for the Shifter/KZ categories.
The most notable novelty of these new braking systems concerns the pump, which includes an innovative system for modulating braking called ABA (adaptive brake assistant). In fact, through a regulator, it will be possible to calibrate the pump, so that an internal system manages the braking force avoiding the blocking of the tires. This mechanism allows you to brake at the limit, but without reaching the locking of the tires, in order to avoid the hopping of the rear axis and the loss of grip of the correct line when entering a corner. An aspect to underline is how this function can be adjusted according to the needs of the category (different powers) and the tires used (different grip), but also for the feeling sought by each individual driver. The intervention “area” of this system may range from neutral, which means it will not step in, up to managing the locking by applying the maximum pressure on the brake pedal.
The VEN 13 braking system provides the standard 192mm disc, while an optional 180mm diameter can be requested. Both disc layouts are completely new with a lightening exhaust and a revised line to optimize weight and cooling, as well as the efficiency of the braking force. The VEN 13 brake disc is completely new compared to the previous version.
Aesthetically, the most obvious innovations as regards the newly approved chassis will concern the accessories.
The fairings that will equip the 2022 chassis will be completely new.
The front spoiler and the front number holder are made according to the most advanced aerodynamic standards, also presenting innovative solutions for the air flows that improve not only the performance on the straight, but also when cornering, bringing benefits to the set up. The set of front fairings also guarantees a very sophisticated design to the kart.
The side fairings have been optimized to the maximum in terms of weight, taking a significant advantage on the efficiency of the chassis and for the engine, braking system and tires cooling. The new fairings will be completed by a kit of PVC stickers with renewed graphics.
Among the innovations that will characterize the 2022 chassis there will also be the new pedals made of forged aluminum with a more ergonomic shape.
For any further information on the FIA approved Racing chassis range, please write an e-mail to the CRG customer service (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit the official website in the products section.