Maltese karting racing driver Kian Gauci, 14, is in Genk in Belgium, taking part in the FIA Karting Academy Trophy.
In 2020 the FIA Karting Academy will have celebrated its 10th Anniversary.
The FIA Karting Academy Trophy quickly established itself as a cost-effective detection tool for young talents and has proven successful both in grid numbers and in producing future stars of motorsport.
The original concept of the academy is still relevant today.
Fifty-one young athletes between 12 and 14 years of age from all over the world every year confront each other so that the best can be noticed and pursue their careers in karting or motorsport with more significant opportunities.
Through their ASNs, each country can enter its greatest hope in the Academy Trophy. The FIA Karting Academy has already produced three professional Formula 1 drivers
Former karting champion, coach and BRM Racing Team manager Gianluca Dingli is in Genk assisting Gauci.
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