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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 »

Phil Hanson: From Forest Edge to Le Mans in 4 years!

Phil Hanson. The youngest ever driver to place at the 24 hours Le Mans. It’s the biggest race in the World and at just 17 years old Phil finished 9th in the LMP2 class to make history. How did he do it so quickly? Who was involved? Can it be done again? Here’s everything you need to know about this ... Read More »

Msport on a roll!

Msport are the inform team in the X30 classes at the moment after taking wins at both LGM Series Round 3 and Super One Series Round 6. Both wins coming from junior driver Morgan Porter who is starting to become a key contender in both championships. Here’s how all Msport drivers have gone over the last two national events. Morgan ... Read More »

New Molecule EU cleaning products for karters

We’ve talked about the Molecule EU helmet cleaning products already this week and today we move on to what will help you clean your karts. The two relevant products for you karters are the speed cleaner and speed detailer. Two types of light and heavy duty cleaners with the speed cleaner acting as the light duty. We had Andrew and Ben ... 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 »

New Molecule EU Helmet products for karters

The new helmet products are something I would have always wanted in karting. As most people do you always find yourself improvising when it comes to cleaning a helmet, I always found myself grabbing something out of my Dads toolbox to clean it and sometimes it’s left down to the trusty karting mums to sort out. To have something specific ... Read More »