The occasion of this unexpected event was a stage of the CIK-FIA European Championship for KZ and KZ2 some time ago. The track was that of Wackersdorf, in Germany, and, together with the karts of the major teams on the circuit, the weekend was animated by numerous historical vehicles that had arrived from all over Europe for a side event.
Among these, there was a very special vehicle: not so much for its historical value, but for its characteristics and unusual modifications. Historical kart purists will certainly have scoffed at it, but those present in Wackersdorf appreciated and, above all, were intrigued by a certainly unique vehicle.
In this case, the owner of a kart can definitely have numerous options, attaching a series of stickers of some of the brand names that in a certain sense have contributed to making motorsport great.
The exception is the FIAT logo, which does not have much to do with karting ... The only common feature is that even this sticker is a bit retro, reproducing the logo used in the 1980s, not the one currently present on the Italian company’s cars.