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Circuit Guide: Kimbolton

Location Located in a heart of Cambridgeshire, between Huntington and Wellingborough, and easily accessible from the A14, Kimbolton is a firm favorite club track. With a multitude of hairpins and tight complexes, it rewards driver patience and a well setup chassis! Hines Straight The main straight for Kimbolton starts way before the start finish line and isn’t straight throughout its ... Read More »

Circuit Guide: Glan-Y-Gors

  The Glan-Y-Gors race circuit, situated on the A5 between Corwen and Betws-Y-Coed, is one of the UK premier karting venues that started life comparatively late to other S1 race venues as a 500m non-MSA track in 1999. The Lap The start of the lap begins with a short run to Club Corner, a flat out right hander which drops ... Read More »

Circuit Guide: Larkhall

The Lap From the startline, the lap begins with a short straight into Turn 1, a fast and exciting left hander. This is a double bend that’s approached from the middle of the track under racing conditions before running wide to turn in for the second part. The turn in is late, running two wheels over the inside kerb before ... Read More »

Circuit Guide: Capital Karts

  This circuit is the longest indoor track in the uk measuring 1050m, it has 23 challenging corners and a huge 80m straight professionally designed for the ultimate karting experience. Turns 1 to 5 If you get it right turn 1 is a flat out left but you must turn in early, after passing the apex lift slightly and quickly ... Read More »

Circuit Guide: Fulbeck

It’s a few hundred metres from PF International but Fulbeck doesn’t deserve to be overshadowed. Turn 1 A long run to the first bend usually sorts out most drivers after the start but, if needed, the first turn does allow side by side racing on the first lap. The normal racing line is full left, braking before a conventional turn ... Read More »

Circuit Guide: Daytona Tamworth

Turn 1: On entry you must be careful not to hit the barrier, which is the border of the track on the left. It is important to carry momentum onto the straight as it is flat in dmax and sodi karts. Turn in smoothly and clip, but don’t run over, the kerb at the apex. Make sure to run out ... Read More »

Circuit Guide: Whilton Mill

Turn 1 and 2 – Oblivion Oblivion is a corner in which the braver, stronger driver can pull an advantage out on their competitors. With the fast nature of the last corner the run into oblivion is a quick one, the driver must therefore be both patient and strong with the steering. Using the entire track on the right hand ... Read More »