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Close racing at Rotax Kart Prix 2, Salbris

The Salbris circuit in France would bring the 2017 Rotax Max Euro Challenge to its halfway stage with the Mini, Junior, Senior and DD2 Rotax classes on track in scorching temperatures to battle it out for victory in the second Kart Prix. Mike van Vugt closes the gap! The Junior Rotax class has been all about the Dutch pairing of ... Read More »

Arrive and Drive column – April

We’re getting into the meat of the year now with all series in full force. The weather is nice enough to look forward to, and our rain suits are breathing a sigh of relief. Club100 Round 3 – Rye House  Rye house was the venue of the round 3 of the Club100 championship, as previous home of Club100 its a ... Read More »

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 »

Moulsdale & Kimber win X30 Kart Prix 2, Salbris

The end of round two would mark the halfway point in the X30 Euro Series season and although there was a slight dip in entries in the Junior class, the racing certainly topped what we saw at Genk in all three classes and there were more than a couple of surprise results. Angus Moulsdale takes win in Juniors Georgi Dimitrov ... Read More »

Tech Tuesday: Chassis Straightening

Of all the components that go together to make a kart, if you had to choose a single thing that was deemed most important what would you go for? It would be hard to pick anything other than the chassis, as all the other components rely on it in order to do their job properly. It fulfils multiple roles, everything ... Read More »

Paul Lee-Davis Chairty Event

Paul Lee-Davis was an avid karter and a general motorsport fanatic who competed in karting at varying levels for many years. Known for his fun-loving, larger than life character Paul was always someone who enjoyed his racing. He was a big personality and character and brought a smile to the faces of many of his competitors turned friends. Such is ... Read More »