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By Sidney Sprocket Let’s start this month by looking at a nice easy way of avoiding probably the most common way of failing to finish a race within the TKM classes – the chain coming off. Chain guards It always staggers me the number of people who have this happen because it is such an easy and inexpensive thing to ... Read More »

Formula TKM: June, 2011 Formula TKM News

Written By: Grahame Butterworth Last month’s very informative round-up in this magazine on the various Cadet and Junior classes available to younger age drivers could leave the uninitiated with the view that TKM classes only exist at club level. And actually that is far from the reality. At national championship level, while some MSA classes have actually had to be ... Read More »

The TKM Column

Last month’s very informative round-up in this magazine on the various Cadet and Junior classes available to younger age drivers could leave the uninitiated with the view that TKM classes only exist at club level. And actually that is far from the reality. At national championship level, while some MSA classes have actually had to be cancelled through lack of ... Read More »

Formula TKM: May, 2011 Formula TKM News

Written By: Grahame Butterworth Well Spring has sprung and with it comes the excitement and expectation of forthcoming events – and for some that means digging the kart out of the garage or shed and getting it ready to race. So that means time to ensure that your kart not only looks clean and tidy, but is in good mechanical ... Read More »

Formula TKM News

Well Spring has sprung and with it comes the excitement and expectation of forthcoming events – and for some that means digging the kart out of the garage or shed and getting it ready to race. So that means time to ensure that your kart not only looks clean and tidy, but is in good mechanical condition to perform at ... Read More »

Formula TKM: April, 2011 Formula TKM News

Written By: Grahame Butterworth If you study the happenings of the karting and motorsport world over the past months there is a very clear pattern emerging which I’d suggest karting in particular needs to take careful note of if it is to have a strong future. For example, Super One entries are down in just about every class, yet it ... Read More »

Formula TKM: March, 2011 Formula TKM News

Written By: Grahame Butterworth When I first got involved in karting a couple of decades ago I was utterly gobsmacked at the incredible hunger of the engines we were using then for new components, rebuilds, updates and a large bank account. At my first race meeting I was parked next door to then young Daniel Wheldon – now an American ... Read More »