Long circuit karting is one of the most spectacular disciplines in the world of motorsport. The rapid gearbox karts can touch speeds of up to 150 mph, as drivers sit just inches off the ground. Along with blisteringly fast machines, famous names helped to grow the sport in the eighties and nineties, with the likes of Martin Hines, Tim Parrot and Trevor Roberts all dominating at world championship level.
From 2021, Motorsport UK, the governing body for UK motorsport will take on the organisation and promotion of the British Superkart Championship. One of the fastest championships in Britain, the series will visit some of the most famous and breath-taking circuits in the country, before the iconic Grand Prix at Donington Park at the end of the season.
Register for the series today and join one of Motorsport UK’s most exciting championships.
Motorsport UK will be running four different classes for the British Superkart Championship, with Formula 125 Open, F250 National, F450 National and Division One all set to hit the track this season. For the experts of long circuit karting, bear with us, but for Superkart newcomers, here is a handy spotters fact file.
Some of the fastest racing on four wheels. Join the high-speed, edge of the seat racing this season