Total Karting Zero presents Race & Respect award to Bambino and Cadet Drivers
Archie Loveridge and Joel Dixon-Coen have received the Race & Respect award at the Total Karting Zero Summer Championship Final in the Cadet and Bambino classes, respectively. The award, based on the Motorsport UK Race ‘n’ Respect code of conduct values, was presented to the two drivers following an online vote by parents and peers.
Total Karting Zero, the all-electric kart racing series, has been using its championship group coaching sessions as a core part to teach and encourage the application of the Racing Code not only to competitors but also to officials, organisers, parents, guardians, and teams. These dedicated sessions have led to a positive atmosphere at the race events, where knowledge and advice are shared freely to improve driver skills and uphold respect.
Parents and peers had to nominate one driver in each class who deserved recognition for demonstrating the five strong values of respect, fair play, self-control, good manners, and sincerity on and off-track throughout the Summer Championship.
Everyone at Motorsport UK would like to congratulate Archie (Bambino winner) and Joe (Cadet winner) on their tremendous achievement in winning the Race & Respect award. Total Karting Zero returns this month with the Winter Championship, where another two drivers will be honoured for applying the Racing Code at the end of the winter season.