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MSA British Superkart Championship – Rounds 8, 9 & 10 Report

Donington Park 17th July 2016 LAYTON FIGHTS HARD TO EXTEND CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD Jack Layton worked hard to increase his championship lead by 5 points at Donington after some closely fought racing. With the lap record ripped apart in qualifying we were in for some high speed excitement. Layton made the most of pole position in race 1 to lead down to ... Read More »

Bayford Meadows Kart Club Summer Championships Round 6 Report

Over 100 entries descended on a sunny Sittingbourne circuit for round 6 of the BMKR summer championships. The youngest of the competitors the Bambinos, had their usual 3 timed runs throughout the day, Damian Baruss-Haggett took the first two fastest times, before Macauley Bishop buzzed around fastest in the third, very little separating the two over the runs, Blake Ticehurst, ... Read More »

Whilton Mill Kart Club Championship Round 7 Report

IAME Cadet With the LGM Series on at Larkhall it was a slightly reduced grid for the IAME Cadet’s and the absence of some usual suspects towards the front made it an easy day at the office for Reggie Duhy. After taking all three heat wins he flew off in the final to win by a commanding 6.1 seconds taking ... Read More »

Rotax Max Euro Challenge crowns first Champions

Axel Charpentier wraps-up the Junior Championship Jordan Brown-Nutley wins on the Line in Seniors One-Man-Show of Ferenc Kancsar The season halftime of the 2016 ROTAX MAX Euro Challenge has been passed: From July 18th to 24th the Circuito Internacional de Zuera in northern Spain was venue of the third round of Europe’s unique ROTAX racing series. The summer race heralded ... Read More »

Clay Pigeon Kart Club Round 5 Report

10th July 2016 The day started off foggy and damp but eventually the sun came out to shine on some brilliant racing once again by the competitors at Clay in the July meeting. The day began with a decent grid of the Honda Cadets, and in a supremely competitive class it was really difficult to single out the favourite to ... Read More »