IAME Nordic Cup has been organized since 2016. In the beginning it was called X30 Nordic Challenge. The name of the event can change, but the glory of the winners in the north will never fade away. The covid situation caused a break in the international activities but now IAME Nordic Cup is back! It will take place on 1-2 October 2022 in Klippan, Sweden! The event will be organized by X Promotions and Maptun Performance AB with the successful Maptun Events concept used in Sweden in 2020. Are you ready to find out who’s the best IAME X30 Warrior in the Northern Europe in 2022? The classes will be X30 Junior, X30 Senior, Mini (Junior 60) and KZ. The two latter will be open for all engine brands, but only IAME drivers can win the tickets to IAME World Final 2022. The winner of each class with IAME engine will qualify with a guaranteed place to IWF22! The registering code for Racekernel registration system is iame2022.
Mini – Junior – Senior – KZ
The promoter of the IAME Nordic Cup is Finnish X Promotions Oy which has been responsible for the famous IAME Series Finland since its real birth in 2016. In 2022 IAME Nordic Cup will be arrange in co-operation with Klippan Karting Club, IAME Sweden / Maptun Performance AB and Swedish ASN, SBF.
The first ever IAME Nordic Cup with its former name X30 Nordic Challenge was held in Kristianstad, Sweden in 2016. The next year the track of Kouvola in Finland had the privilege to host the event. In 2018 the Nordic Cup was still a single event organised again in Finland – this time in Honkajoki together with RADALLE.com NEZ Drifting event. 2019 and 2020 were breaks in the championship due to Covid.
X30 Senior: 1. Viktor Öberg (SWE), 2. Ville Mäntylä (FIN), 3. Sami Saarelainen (FIN)
X30 Junior: 1. Alexander Jeppsson (SWE), 2. Simen Lille-Homb (NOR), 3. Alfred Nilsson (SWE)
X30 Master: 1. Mikko Laine (FIN), 2. Stefan Malm (SWE), 3. Johan Janervik (SWE)
Mini: 1. Patrick Hakala (EST), 2. Veeti Velin (FIN), 3. Tuukka Taponen (FIN)
X30 Cadet: 1. Miska Kaskinen (FIN), 2. Otso-Aaron Hietanen (FIN), 3. Anton Seppä (FIN)
X30 Junior: 1. Rimmo Kadapik (EST), 2. Otto Honka (FIN), 3. Matias Salonen (FIN)
X30 Senior: 1. Robin Sario (FIN), 2. Lauri Tenhunen (FIN), 3. Siim Leedmaa (EST)
X30 Master: 1. Patrik Styf (FIN), 2. Tony Lindholm (FIN), 3. Vesa Salminen(FIN)
Mini: 1. Vili Hakala (FIN), 2. Mikael Uitto (FIN), 3. Teemu Moipio (FIN)
X30 Cadet: 1. Roope Silvonen (FIN), 2. Eeli Järvinen (FIN), 3. Jarno Leskinen (FIN)
X30 Junior: 1. Miro Sakko (FIN), 2. Julius Michelsson (FIN), 3. Rasmus Kukkumäki (FIN)
X30 Senior: 1. Olli-Petteri Munne (FIN), 2. Henri Pihlajikko (FIN), 3. Lauri Leppä (FIN)
X30 Master: 1. Patrik Styf (FIN), 2. Tony Lindholm (FIN), 3. Mikko Laine (FIN)
X30 Super Shifter: 1. Jussi Kuivakangas (FIN), 2. Santtu Juntunen (FIN), 3. Petteri Ruotsalainen (FIN)
Mini: 1. Stina-Maria Nuorento (FIN), 2. Luka Ulán (FIN), 3. Emil Cederberg (FIN)
X30 Junior: 1. Mikael Vuoristo (FIN), 2. Ruben Volt (EST), 3. Patrick Enok (EST)
X30 Senior: 1. Rimmo Kadapik (EST), 2. Arttu Salmela (FIN), 3. Jan Kalmet (EST)
X30 Master: 1. Kenno Märtsimaa (FIN), 2. Tuomo Nuorento (FIN), 3. Arto Sainio (FIN)
X30 Senior Heavy: 1. Joni Seppälä (FIN)
X30 Super Shifter: 1. Petteri Ruotsalainen (FIN), 2. Santtu Juntunen (FIN), 3. Tuisku Ovaska (FIN)
The main components of IAME motors are manufactured with extreme precision in sensitive dimensions and minimal variations from one part to another, thanks to the latest generation of CNC machining centers. The high level of IAME quality means no difference in performance between new engines and the absolute guarantee that the competition on the track will be on the same footing for all the opponents. IAME engines are ready to “run” and win just like the engines of the world champions. It is the result of decades of experience in the manufacture of Kart engines and 52 official titles of World Champion.
Thanks to the consistency, equality and high performance of all IAME engines, from the Minime to the ultra-high performance X30 Super, to the Junior and Senior models, pilots and mechanics can focus their focus on equipment development, physical preparation, piloting and strategy to defeat opponents. Karting is the discipline of motor sport that provides the driving sensations closest to those of the powerful Formula 1. At the IAME, we want that Karting can be practiced by all the people who share our passion. That’s why we offer our pilots high-performance and reliable engines, eliminating the need for costly preparation. By maintaining this basic principle, the IAME is able to offer a pleasant and rewarding experience for pilots around the world, even on a limited budget.
The engines of the IAME range are distributed in more than 30 countries. But beware, for some of them, there are slight variations in configuration because of the specific requirements of the national sports authorities. However, at international events involving pilots around the world and IAME engines in a single configuration, the little difference in performance is clearly noticeable. Looking at the race times of the IAME International Final, you can easily see how many drivers are in less than half a second. Thanks to the quality of the construction and especially the guarantee that it remains constant over time, you can achieve results like this one, an undeniable success and especially to receive the congratulations of the pilots around the world.
Inside the box, generator of your new sensations, called IAME, you can find all the necessary accessories to easily install and use the engine on the chassis you prefer. Carefully selected and after extensive testing, the accessories that complement the IAME engines are designed to perform at best in all operating conditions and at all times to keep your engine running smoothly. Thanks to the unique serial number that differentiates each engine, you can, at any time, find the year of manufacture of your IAME engine and find the original spare parts suitable for maintenance through the network of Belgian IAME resellers . Make your mix, start your engine and focus on your next challenge: Worry about where to put the wheels!
Mr Mikko Laine