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Circuit Guide: Lydd

James Clarke took control of the Circuit in 2011 and is investing in his vision of the future of Lydd as a karting venue. James is very passionate about Lydd & karting, bringing new people into the sport and progressing younger ones up through the classes. Their club race meetings, 2nd Sunday of each month are going from strength to ... Read More »

Circuit Guide: Oulton Park

The track is characterised by its rapidly changing gradients and blind crests leading into unforgiving corners but is loved by all who take part at this unique venue. 1 Old Hall Corner I approach Old Hall Corner in 5th gear at 115 mph pulling 10,600 revs. and keep tight to the left hand side of the circuit using the extra ... 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 »

Circuit Guide: Darley Moor

Approach this first sequence of corners in 4th gear. You can touch the edge of the right hand kerb and then it is straight over brushing the left hand kerb. It is essential that you do not use too much of the kerb as it is quite steep and unsettles the kart. Keep off the third right hand kerb at ... Read More »

Circuit Guide: Castelletto

Castelletto is one of Italy’s major karting venues, with regular visits from the WSK series (Masters and Euro), CIK-FIA events, the Italian CSAI Series and one make championships such as the Rotax Euro Challenge and Easykart. It’s located just south of Milan near the town of Voghera (Salice Terme is a popular town with UK visitors) and is characterised with ... Read More »

Circuit Guide: Forest Edge

Parsons Corner Flat out along the Start/finish straight and you’re as far right of the track as you can be preparing yourself for the first corner which is a slight left-hander. Take this corner flat out and hug the kerb to your left. Hug, don’t touch as it will unsettle the kart and force you off line making entry to ... Read More »

Circuit Guide: Dunkeswell

Like Lands End and John O’groats are famous for being the First & Last geographical towns in the UK well, Dunkeswell Kart Racing Club, in Devon, can boast that it is the First and Last place in the UK where you can go MSA racing! Main Straight  Rolling starts are used for all the direct drive karts with only the ... Read More »