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Shenington’s last meeting of the year

Shenington’s last meeting of the year was on the same day as the TVKC club meeting and Kartmania which is probably why there wasn’t a huge entry. Chris Draper won IAME Cadets a whisker from Thomas Smith but the bulk of the grid was made up of Hondas headed by national 4th seed Matthew Hopcraft from Keaton Samra. The Comer ... Read More »

Last round of Buckmore Park’s Summer series

The last round of Buckmore Park’s Summer series was in mid-December with as usual over 40 in the Honda Cadet classes. Lee Jenner won Senior Rotax by 7s from Tom Hill with no position changes at the front after Hill and Lewis Brown swapped 2nd and 3rd at the start. In the same race as the Seniors Henry Jarvis won ... Read More »

Shenington Kart Racing Club Awards 2013

The 2013 awards were presented at the Stratford Manor Hotel on 4th January 2014 with over 150 guests in attendance. Winner of the 2013 KGP Grand Finals, vice-champion in Super One, Bobby Game was the Guest of Honour to hand over the trophies to the deserving drivers. The Winner of the Lady Driver of the Year category was Jessica Brickley, ... Read More »

Bahrain results 2013

KF 1 Tom Joyner Zanardi/TM 2 Karol Basz Tony/Vortex +2.311s 3 Armand Convers Kosmic/Vortex +3.065s 4 Ben Hanley ART/TM +4.796s 5 Tuomas Tujala ART/TM +6.848s   Championship 1 Tom Joyner Zanardi/TM 29 2 Ben Hanley ART/TM 29 3 Max Verstappen CRG/TM 25 4 Karol Basz Tony/Vortex 25 5 Nicklas Nielsen Kosmic/Vortex 20   KF Junior (provisional) 1 Lando Norris Alonso/Vortex ... Read More »

Buckmore Park 2013 review

2013 marked the 50th Anniversary for Buckmore Park and it was decided that there was no way better to celebrate such a grand age with the circuit’s first 24 hour race since 1996. Teams came from across Europe to take part however it was the locals who starred. The event went successfully with Chaos just pipping OJ Racing in the ... Read More »

Shenington Kart Racing Club 2013 Race Review

Shenington has enjoyed a bumper year with average entries not far short of 200 and a record entry of 275 at the September meeting.  Big changes are afoot for 2014 with the switch to the TAG-Heuer and Apex Timing System offering much enhanced live timing with sectors, and instant results service to the web. Also in the pipeline are bigger offices ... Read More »