Since May, both national and international karting has entered the busiest three months before the August break. The CIK-FIA European KF and KF-Junior Championships are already half way through, as is the Rotax Euro Challenge. In France, the first two French Championships have already been awarded.The quality and intensity of racing causes us to forget for a moment the economic difficulties that impede the development of competition karting, despite the always lively attractions of the sport. The organisers are making efforts to ensure better media coverage, particularly with Live TV on the internet that has quickly spread, but broadcasting on conventional channels remains the exception.Kartcom News has now got into its stride and the success is confirmed, particularly internationally with a strong increase in readers for the English version. The launch of the new digital magazine and free KSP reports have somewhat shaken the media landscape in karting, causing reactions from other media for the greater good of the discipline.In early July Kartcom News Number 4 will be released with the start of the CIK-FIA European KZ and KZ2 Championship and Academy Trophy, the third round of the European KF Championship, the French Superkart Championship and two rounds of NSK. At the same time, the Italian F4 Championship will have completed the first two events.