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Club73 – 73 more ways to have fun karting

Last week I was invited to the fourth round of the Club73 karting championship. For those who aren’t familiar, Club73 is a 10 round series that travels to circuits in the south east and midlands. It is organised by current senior race director at Buckmore park Clinton Bell and is designed to give fun, competitive racing on a budget. Coincidentally ... Read More »

FABULOUS’ DAYTONA HOSTS £20,500 HALOW FUNDRAISER AS F1 WORLD CHAMPION SPEEDS TO GLORY AT SANDOWN PARK

Former Formula 1 World Champion Damon Hill OBE led his ‘All Stars’ team to karting glory at Daytona Sandown Park yesterday (21 June), as a thrilling evening of on-track action helped to raise a staggering £20,500 for local charity the halow project – an impressive 28 per cent increase on last year’s total. The sixth edition of the annual Damon Hill ... Read More »

A&D driver of the month nominations – March

There have been so many races in pretty much every A&D series over the last month with so many great drives that creating a shortlist has been very hard. However the nominated drivers are as follows… Axel Slijepcevic Axel won one of the most hectic and chaotic sprint races of the year so far at Sandown park as part of DMAX’s ... Read More »

Real Life Mario Kart

Now here at Karting Magazine we don’t condone illegally driving your kart round town throwing bananas at people; but youd be lying if you say you havent thought about it. What a way to make MSA racing more fun too, imagine red shelling that guy in front who had you off the race before, or using a mushroom to make ... Read More »

Karting in the year 1974: a history

JANUARY 1974 Gary Latham at Morecambe was on the cover. The main article was on Terry Fullerton’s equipment and preparation when he won the World Championship. We visited Dave Hockey’s premises to see the Bultaco that Reg Gange Jnr. borrowed to win the World Cup. There was great interest in our photos of an American front engined kart with front ... Read More »

Jewiss remains undeterred despite unlucky end to championship

Rotax Max Euro Challenge contender Kiern Jewiss suffered a disappointing weekend at the championship’s final round in Genk, Belgium on Sunday, when he was excluded from Final One and therefore the possibility of scoring any points. Despite originally being in a strong position to take the crown, the young star remained in the championship top ten, finishing in ninth. Kiern’s talent ... Read More »

Robert Welham – One to Watch

Although only in his first year of MSA racing, 13 year old Ipswich based Novice driver Robert Welham – driving for Precision Racing – has already found himself on par with some of the countries best at his regular circuit Whilton Mill. Rob’s career started just two years ago at his local indoor track. He then moved to the Youngstarz Kart ... Read More »