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Colin Wright – Back to the future?

Back to the Future? This week when hunting through a drawer I came across a 2004 Karting Magazine whereby Steve Chapman, the previous Chairman of the ABkC, proposed a vote of no confidence in the MSA! There was not a majority appetite there for change and this set me thinking as to what has changed in those ten years, have ... Read More »

Colin Wright: MSA vs. IKR

The MSA versus IKR debate continues. You’re a valuable part of karting, so what do you suggest we do right now to improve karting for everyone? Following on from last month’s piece about alignment between Non MSA (IKR) and MSA I was lucky enough to get an hour at Buckmore on track for a company briefing. Great track, well prepared ... Read More »

Independent Kart Racing – Round 1

Round 1: Clay Pigeon, 19th July 2014 The weather forecast was not good and yet almost every competitor made it for the inaugural Clay Pigeon IKR meeting The shop did good business on wet suits and it was one of those days where half the battle was deciding which tyres to use. Periods of heavy rain coupled with high temperatures ... Read More »

Indikart Report 2014

IndiKart Series Round 3, Hooton Park, 9th March 2014 Far better conditions than the previous month, finally: dry conditions! Class D, Bambino’s, was the first final on track and Paris Laithwaite won the Bluebird race from Aidan Gridndley after Grindley had set the fastest lap of the race. In the Comer class Ted Bradbury led from the front to take ... Read More »