Entries open for British Kart Championships

12
Nov
2018

Entries to the 2019 British Kart Championships are now open!

All the British Championships will be organised by a new Motorsport UK division, Karting UK Operations, as the governing body takes a more proactive role in promoting and growing the sport.

Dedicated experts will be appointed to run the British Championships from Motorsport UK House, and Motorsport UK will make a substantial investment in each championship round, benefitting not only the UK’s premier series but also grassroots karting.

To enter, click here.

For further information, visit the new www.kartinguk.org website.

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