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90 Cadets register for 2014 LGM Series

More than three months before registrations are due to close there has been an avalanche of entries for the 2014 Little Green Man Cadet Series. As November drew to a close, 90 drivers had already registered, making this far and away the most popular cadet championships to take place in Britain. “We know from previous experience that around 10 % ... Read More »

CIK-FIA cuts International events costs

Governing body the CIK-FIA has announced major changes to its sporting and technical regulations from next season aimed at reducing the cost of international competition. The CIK-FIA has agreed with promoters WSK to reduce a driver’s entry fee by 20 per cent. It has also reduced the duration of race meetings, as was the case before this season. Free practice ... Read More »

British Junior Championship to use pooled engines

The supplier of next season’s Super One KF Junior pooled engines says the class will benefit from stable specifications. British and European Rotax championship-winning squad Strawberry Racing was chosen as the sole supplier of the Vortex engine which is commonly used in the KF category throughout the continent. “We are very excited to be part of this new initiative,” said ... Read More »

Four-stroke class regulation changes for 2014

The Honda Junior class minimum driver weight will change to 43kg and the slick tyres for the Junior and Senior classes will be either the Dunlop SL1 or the Bridgestone YDS. Wet tyres will be either the Dunlop KT3 or the Bridgestone YFD. World Formula tyres will be the Dunlop SL3 slick and the KT3 wet. Read More »

European Championship racing for PFi in 2014

PF International will host the final round of next season’s CIK-FIA European KF and KF Junior Championships, after the provisional 2014 international calendar was released. The Lincolnshire circuit was the venue for the opening round of the World KF Championship and the third round of the European Rotax Max series this season. PFi has missed out on hosting the single-round World ... Read More »

Colin Wright elected to ABkC chair

Colin Wright was elected as the new Chairman of the Association of British Kart Clubs at their AGM on Tuesday 10th December. The post was also contested by Nigel Edwards and Steve Clayton. Wright is treasurer of Forest Edge Kart Club and has been involved in kart racing and formerly other sports for many years. Read More »