CAYMAN 2020, THE LATEST EVOLUTION OF THE LENZOKART MINI
31 March 2021
The approval of the Lenzokart Cayman chassis is from 2020: the first dedicated by the International Federation to the MINI class. It is valid for 3 years.
CONFIGURATION The chassis can be used in the classes dedicated to younger kart drivers.
According to the MINI regulations, the main tubes the chassis is made of must have a diameter of 28 mm.
There are two "schools of thought": manual or robotic. The Cayman chassis is manually welded.
The accessories are made of aluminium.
The MINI chassis approved by Lenzokart CIK-FIA 2020 has several new features: the braking system, the fairings kit as well as solutions in the body designed to improve the adaptability of the kart to different grip conditions.
The MINI class is without doubt the main access route for the youngest drivers entering the world of karting: in 2020, FIA Karting wanted to bring together all the approvals, first national, under a single regulation, opening the door, in fact, to a new MINI international class in which the products (chassis, engines, brakes, fairings, etc.) meet the same approval criteria, as happens for the higher classes. Lenzokart, an Italian company based in Brolo (Messina), has approved the Cayman 2020, the latest evolution of its chassis for the MINI. The basis of the new kart is a body made of 28 mm diameter tubes welded manually by expert workers. For Lenzokart, manual welding gives added value, in fact it allows specialised operators to control every single weld to produce a high quality product.
The 2020 Lenzokart Cayman is fitted with KG MK20 fairings developed to protect drivers from the impact of air and reduce aerodynamic drag.Read more
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