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Jonny Wilkinson: My 5 best karting memories

After a successful debut season in the Junior X30 class Jonny Wilkinson has wasted no time in getting his career in car racing started by moving up to the ever popular Ginetta Junior category. Looking back on his time in karting Jonny has been particularly successful over the last few years at British Championship level and even broke a record ... Read More »

WSK Champions Cup 2018 Preview

The European Karting Calendar officially gets underway this weekend with the WSK Champions Cup once again taking place at the Adria Circuit in Italy. After a ‘collective test’ at the weekend this will be the first we see of the World’s best in action. In this article we’ll go through some driver changes, who will be flying the flag for ... Read More »

Jac Maybin: My 5 best karting memories

Jac Maybin has just announced he will sadly be leaving Karting to graduate into the JCW Mini Challenge. Although a miss to karting, it’s hard to deny this is a fantastic opportunity for a young talent who has mostly found himself racing on the club scene. There were times when Jac was able to race on the big stage at ... 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: Teesside Autodrome

Located East of Middlesbrough and just off the A66, The fully-floodlit circuit is open 5 days a week for KartingThe circuit is one of the longest in the UK, with the full length 2.1km International layout being used predominantly for car and bike racing as well as drift events for the more outlandish drivers. The shorter, 1300m-long National circuit is ... Read More »

Tech Tuesday: Winter and a balance of Brakes

Brake products can be very expensive, especially if you’re buying genuine branded products. Motorsport can be expensive and budgeting can be right in winter season. It might be worthwhile for you to investigate and switch things up then, improving the brake inefficiencies to try and find ‘the pace’ Good braking techniques can help you win races, you don’t have to have ... Read More »