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Msport a dominant force at British Championship opener

Msport got their British Championship season off to a superb start last weekend as they took two wins and two podiums in the Junior and Senior classes. Morgan Porter – 3rd Morgan Porter was one of three Msport drivers to be racing in the OK Junior class as the season got underway with the first of three double headers at ... Read More »

Fernando Alonso circuit welcomes CIK-FIA European Championships

The new Fernando Alonso Kart Circuit will welcome the biggest European Karting Championships to it’s venue for the first time this weekend with the OK, OK Junior and KZ classes preparing to hit the track. So firstly, the track itself. Well it’s no secret that the layout is quite odd and therefore very difficult! There was some speculation around whether ... Read More »

Tested – Lucas Axle, Britain’s 21st Century axle design

Its not often a component is revolutionised in our sport. Karting is a sport where the equipment has been refined over and over since its inception, you need only look at the karts from the 50’s and 60’s to see how far we have come through constant evolution. However, for about the past 15 years the 50mm axle has remained largely ... Read More »

The 2017 British Karting Championships Preview

Despite the early doubts of the British Championships returning for a second consistent year, lots of hard work behind the scenes will see the six-round championship kick off at Clay Pigeon this weekend. The OK Junior and OK classes will be on the same weekend as the TKM, Honda Cadet and Bambino classes with many drivers also competing in the X30 ... Read More »

Double podium for Msport in X30 Euro Series

It was an impressive weekend for the British based Msport Team, who took two podiums at the X30 Kart Prix 2, with Shihab Al Habsi finishing 3rd in the Junior class and Oliver Clarke finishing 2nd in the Senior class. Clarke makes 47 places! Oliver Clarke spent most of his weekend making overtakes, 47 of them to be exact! That’s ... Read More »