The Commission Internationale de Karting (CIK or CIK-FIA) is the primary international sanctioning body for kart racing. It was founded in 1962, and is headquartered in Paris, France. In 2000, it joined with the FIA. Its most important event is the Karting World Championship.
CIK's current president, former Formula One driver Felipe Massa, took office in December 2017. His predecessors were Luigi Macaluso (October 2005 – October 2009), Nicolas Deschaux (October 2009 – October 2010). and Shaikh Abdulla bin Isa Al Khalifa.
CIK-FIA kart racing categories
- KF1, the top level of karting
- KF2, a KF1 feeder series
- KF3, a KF2 and KF1 feeder series
- KZ1, the fastest KZ karting racing category
- KZ2, the second fastest KZ karting racing category
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- Felipe Massa Takes Over the Presidency of the CIK-FIA - ekartingnews, 11 December 2017
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- "Free engines and tyres in the CIK-FIA «u18» world championship!".
- "Shaikh Abdulla bin Isa Al Khalifa Appointed CIK President".