On a track that is virtually unknown to everyone and that challenges current standards, under changing weather conditions, adaptation was an essential quality for obtaining good results. That was the beauty of Christian Costoya’s victory in the OK-Junior class in the Champions of the Future Euro Series at the Slovakia Ring last weekend. Parolin Motorsport also put in a superb team effort, with more than half of its 15 OK and Junior drivers finishing in the top five at least once during the competition.

By successfully navigating his way through the many pitfalls of the second round of the FIA Karting European Junior Championship without crashing, Christian Costoya demonstrated Parolin Motorsport’s current level of performance right up to the foot of the podium. The solidity of his performance despite the unpredictable weather conditions of the first two days of competition kept the team’s confidence high, and we can celebrate with him as he leaves Val d’Argenton in 2nd place in the provisional standings.

Zac Drummond was very strong throughout the weekend at Val d’Argenton, taking top spot in the OK standings after Round 2 of the Champions of the Future Euro Series. Among other interesting performances, Parolin Motorsport can also be proud of Miguel Costa’s 12-place improvement in the Final, and Christian Costoya’s 22-place climb in the Junior Final. 

The European OK and OK-Junior Championships have just got underway in Valencia, Spain, and Parolin Motorsport has already achieved convincing results in both categories.

The European OK and OK-Junior Championships are drawing nearer and the first round of the Champions of the Future – Euro Series which has just taken place in Spain at Valencia was a good preparation, with the discovery of the new Maxxis tyres selected by FIA Karting.

At the end of the WSK Super Master Series, Parolin Motorsport can look back on a very positive start to the 2024 season in every category.

More incisive than ever, Christian Costoya won his first OK-Junior race at Franciacorta, where he finished 2nd in last year’s World Championship.

The weekend in Cremona was marked by very wet weather for the second round of the WSK Super Master Series.

Christian Costoya claimed his first podium of the 2024 season on the second race weekend, the WSK Super Master Series at Lonato