Following the launch of the new Racer 401 RR chassis under the Tony Kart flagship brand, OTK Kart Group has extended the package of innovations introduced with this model to all single-speed products of the Group’s other brands. These include the newcomer, LN Racing Kart, developed from the collaboration with the F1 driver, Lando Norris. After having told you exclusively about the launch of this collaboration (read “VIP test | Lando Norris' first time at the wheel of his LN Four”), we returned to Prevalle, in the province of Brescia, to thoroughly analyse this chassis, which made its debut in the WSK and FIA Karting international competitions this year driven by Ricky Flynn Motorsport.
The same team in which Lando Norris grew professionally in karting and with which he won the 2013 CIK-FIA European Karting Championship and WSK Euro Series titles in the KFJ class (now OKJ), and, in 2014, the CIK-FIA Karting World Championship in KF (today OK).
However, now we are not talking about sporting results, but about the product and, specifically, the LN Four model, the chassis made with tubes all 30 mm in diameter, in a single-speed version, which fully inherits the basic construction philosophy of the OTK Kart Group: “Designed, Engineered, Manufactured 100% made in OTK”. All the components of the LN Four, in fact, are designed, engineered and manufactured entirely within the OTK Kart Group, a company that has been working with largely automated production processes for over 25 years: an approach that ensures almost total uniformity of finished products. This is all to the advantage of performance and operational constancy.