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A Rough Guide to the Judicial System

For many drivers, a trip through the judicial section of the Blue Book is a magical mystery tour, similar only to the workings of the human mind, or how the Birdie Song ever got to number 1. However there will be times when you’ll need a bit of knowledge, either when you’re on the receiving end of a penalty or ... 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 »

2014 regulation changes: ABkC News October 2013

Written By Graham Smith This newsletter has a summary of the known and proposed changes in class regulations for 2014, so please note carefully where appropriate. The ABkC Steering Group noted that the MSA has put on hold the proposed change in the lower age of Seniors and the upper age of Juniors. It should be noted that none of the ... Read More »

A Rough Guide to the MSA Judicial Procedures Part 2

A Rough Guide to the MSA Judicial Procedures Part 2 in a two-part series – thankfully! For many drivers, a trip through the judicial section of the Blue Book is a magical mystery tour, similar only to the workings of the human mind, sat-nav, or why Peter Andre ever wanted to marry Jordan. However there will be times when you’ll ... Read More »

Starting International racing with the new World Championship

The CIK-FIA have become increasingly concerned about the cost of international karting and the dominance of older professional drivers, which they feel drives away the potential future motorsport stars. They have come up with a three-event championship designed to redress the balance and give the most talented drivers the opportunity to win. The drivers’ education has not been neglected either, ... Read More »