The third and final event of the 2021 British Superkart Championship takes place at the iconic Cadwell Park this weekend (28-29 August 2021), giving drivers one last chance to grab crucial race points and be crowned class champion.

Ross Allen has a 20-point lead over Carl Kinsey in the Division One class. And after securing a second-place podium at the previous event at Anglesey Circuit, there is no doubt that Kinsey will be back, ready to battle it out for the championship title. In the F250 National Class, Lee Plain tops the table with a staggering 41-point lead but must defend his position from previous race winner Paul Platt.

Mark Gellatly continues to lead in the F450 National class after taking maximum points available in five out of the six rounds. As for the Formula 125 Open, Tom Riley in the #97 looks to continue his winning streak and secure the championship title.

We look forward to welcoming all our entrants listed below and watching the battle for the championship.

Watch the live action on Saturday by clicking here, and you can see the final races on Sunday here.

Division One250 National450 National125 National
#3 Carl Kinsey#GP Paul Platt#12 Mark Gellatly#17 Gary Potkins
#5 Ross Allen#22 Martin Gower#40 Alan Flewitt#49 Michael Parr
#18 Andrew Waite#25 Luke Plain#46 Charles Johnson#83 Paul von Gerard
#20 Andy Gulliford#27 Ami Jerger#50 John Busby#90 Robert Austin
#31 Samuel Moss#28 Ian Luto#55 Garry Ward#97 Thomas Riley
#47 Lee Harpham#38 Paul Glenister#88 Andrew Connell
#57 Mark Pask#51 Steve Socki
#66 John Faulkner#56 Michael Goff
#74 William Lawrence#92 Ben Ardern
#101 Lee Plain
#117 Luke O’Rourke

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