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Circuit Guide: Rye House

  Rye house, situated near Hoddesdon, Herfordshire is one of the UK’s premier club circuits hosting the annual London Cup, along with its monthly Club meetings on the first weekend of every month. The circuit is also visited by Club 100, BUKC, and also played host the 2016 Biz Champions challenge in February. One of Rye House’s main claims to ... Read More »

Circuit Guide: Larkhall

The Lap From the startline, the lap begins with a short straight into Turn 1, a fast and exciting left hander. This is a double bend that’s approached from the middle of the track under racing conditions before running wide to turn in for the second part. The turn in is late, running two wheels over the inside kerb before ... Read More »

Circuit Guide: Daytona Sandown Park

    The GP Circuit is the full 900m track. Offering eight challenging corners and several straights with plenty of overtaking opportunities. There are four hairpin bends, so a good lap becomes about maintaining a high minimum corner speed. The circuits has been designed to suit racers of all abilities from beginners to serious enthusiasts. Lap Start Flat out across ... Read More »

Track Guide: Three Sisters

The Three Sisters Race Circuit, situated in the town of Ashton-in-Makerfield, is one of the UK’s premier karting venues and holds the title of being one of the fastest “short” circuits in British Karting, with close, exciting racing and overtaking possible at almost every section of the track. The Start The Start line is situated halfway up Conrad Straight, the ... Read More »

Circuit Guide: Capital Karts

  This circuit is the longest indoor track in the uk measuring 1050m, it has 23 challenging corners and a huge 80m straight professionally designed for the ultimate karting experience. Turns 1 to 5 If you get it right turn 1 is a flat out left but you must turn in early, after passing the apex lift slightly and quickly ... Read More »

Track Guide: Wombwell

The Lap The Wombwell track is anti-clockwise making it different to many tracks that club racers are used to. A tight left soon after the start line, Turn 1 can cause considerable grief at the beginning of a race and sorts the men from the boys.The racing line takes the driver on to the extra tarmac area full right. Braking ... Read More »

Circuit Guide: Hooton Park

The Hooton Park kart circuit, situated a stone’s throw away from junction 6 of the M53, opened its doors in 2006 on the site of the old RAF Hooton airfield; making it the newest MSA licensed track in the country. The Lap A lap of Hooton Park starts with a long straight leading to Turn 1, a 90° right. On ... Read More »