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Starting Karting Tips

Tech Tuesday: 10 ways to get the best performance in TKM

Joe Forsdyke

As in any class that relies on a control engine it’s those last fractions that can put you on the top step of the podium. Yet especially in the case of our TKM BT82, actually finding them is not something that comes from spending piles of hard earned dosh. It comes down to attention to detail. The whole reason for ... Read More »

Getting in the Zone

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If a driver has followed our previous articles, they will be prepared and ready to do business out on the track. Their equipment will be sorted and they won’t be worrying about anything other than the race ahead. There is one last, key area that a driver must master to maximise their chances and that is the maer of being ... Read More »

Tom Joyner karting tips

Genk European July 2010

Karting tips from champ Tom Joyner Tom Joyner was a hugely popular winner of the Northern Qualifier at PFi last month doubly so beecause only does a few races a year. It wasn’t entirely unprecedented though as he had come 4th in last year’s European KF2 Finals at Genk and has been a frontrunner on the national scene for the ... Read More »

Get the most out of a junior – without messing with their head

MSA British Cadet Championship and the FKS Championship for Mini Max and Junior Max.

Putting your child into their first kart is an exciting time, the start of a journey which at best could take them towards motor-racing stardom and at worst should be a fun period in their life where they will make friends, gain confidence and learn things that will stand them in good stead for the rest of their lives. Before ... Read More »

Tips: Karting speed secrets

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Everyone wants to be fast: faster than they’ve ever been, faster than the one in front. How exactly do you do that? Karting magazine speaks with a number of current and former successful racers to reveal the secrets of their success. More great articles on Kartingmagazine.com Your essential karting checklist The best British karters ever Terry Fullerton: 7 ways I’d ... Read More »

Communicate to the edge

MSA British Cadet Championship and the FKS Championship for Mini Max and Junior Max.

Karting can appear to be an individual sport from the outside – in some cases it can be – but for the majority of cases there is a form of team behind each driver. These teams come in all shapes and sizes from Mum and Dad to a professional race team, with this comes the ever increasing importance
of clear communication. ... Read More »

Your Essential Karting Checklist

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GETTING STARTED? Here’s your list of essentials plus the extra bits you’ll need… Similar to most sports, karting has a list of regulations that the driver’s race wear must conform to, plus a large number of styles and trends set by the world’s leading kart racing icons. Before buying any item of racewear it is important it confirms to the appropriate ... Read More »