Yes, definitely, because karts are a very educational category. You can even start before the age of 15 in karts. The mini categories have drivers who are 8 or even younger, although on our part, as we observe the drivers with a view to upgrading them to F4, the interest starts at around 14. At that age, the biggest difficulty is to identify talent, because it is difficult to distinguish when a boy is just precocious or when he has real talent.
Karting school, as it has evolved in recent years, is the most valid way to start. In terms of track time, but also as preparation for the event or data analysis, it is now quite similar to the professional world. I have been a guest of Tony Kart during several championship engagements and I can say that in terms of driver preparation, there are many similarities with our Formula 1 drivers. Obviously in the proper proportions.