Round 4 of The Super One Race Series comes to Rissington
Rissington kart club is situated in the heart of the picturesque Cotswolds, the Little Rissington circuit offers superb high-speed racing under MSA rules for all major karting classes, from Cadets to the awesome 250 Gearbox karts. With its fast, wide sweeping bends, billiard smooth surface and big run-off areas makes it one of the best drivers’ circuits in the country. Rissington prides itself of being a friendly club, run by the members for the members. The club particularly encourages novices, families and visiting drivers. It is also possible to take your ARKS test at the track. There is a huge open, grassed expanse, for the pit and paddock area which also allows ample space for overnight camping. The layout of the track is such that you have fabulous views of the whole circuit. The prestigious Midland Karting Championships are hosted in September and attracts some of the top drivers in the country and is a great weekend.
The Rotax Senior Max & 177 E’Plate comes to Forest Edge Kart Club.
Forest Edge Kart Club. In 2004 the Forest Edge Kart Club moved to its new location at Barton Stacey near Andover. The track was designed and constructed from scratch and provides more challenging corners for the direct drive karts and a long 300 metre back straight for the gear box karts to really show off their speed.
The final round of the ROTAX MAX EURO CHALLENGE comes to Wackersdorf.
The circuit at Wackersdorf is home to one of the top Kart circuits in Europe. ProKart Raceland Outdoor is a very fast 1275M track, and has large run off areas for a Kart circuit. The circuit has not been in use for that long, meaning they were able to use the latest asphalt technology which provides a very grippy surface. It’s used for a number of International Karting events, which in turn means the facilities are some of the best you’ll find in the world of Karting. The length of the track is 1275m and runs in a clockwise direction. The closest hotels are in Scwandorf, 5KM away. Length: 1275m,Direction: Clockwise.
The Last Round of the Super One Race Series comes back to Paul Fletcher International Circuit.
PF International kart circuit was first opened in 1994 and was, and still is, the brain-child of Mr Paul Fletcher. The circuit is located in the village of Brandon, close to Grantham, in the lovely Lincolnshire countryside.Over the years, PFi has developed and grown and is now recognised as the UK’s premier Karting facility.During 2011, P.F.I saw perhaps it’s largest transformation to date – a track extention that incorporates a bridge with flyover. This sensational new feature has increased the overall track length to 1382m and helped the circuit to secure it’s International ‘A’ grade track licence – the only kart track in the UK to achieve this level. Attaining this grade of track licence has firmly placed P.F.I on the Global Karting scene and has helped to secure several CIK-FIA kart race events to date.
BRP’s Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals (RMCGF), where the best kart drivers from all over the world race for the title, will be held on the South American continent for the first time. “We’re very pleased to announce this year’s venue is Brazil, and the first time that the RMCGF will be held in South America. This new location will add another level of attraction to the RMCGF, which is renowned as the world’s foremost karting event once more,” said Peter Oelsinger, Vice-President, Rotax Propulsion Systems at BRP. “The Circuito Internacional Paladino meets all the requirements for such a high level event and offers the best possible conditions for participants.”The 2018 RMCGF will be hosted at the International Karting Circuit Paladino of Conde in Paraíba, Brazil from November 26 to December 1, 2018. “The passion and thrill of karting makes this sport very popular in Brazil. The Grand Finals will be the highlight of our kart racing calendar in 2018, and we will be pleased to welcome people from all over the world to our country,” stated Waldner Bernado de Oliveira, President of the Confederação Brasileira de Automobilismo (CBA). Brazil will host the impressive finale of the karting season with 360 drivers coming from close to 60 countries during the 19th edition of this famous race, organized with local professional partners including the Rotax kart distributor for Brazil, Rotax Mach 5. The track Circuito Internacional Paladino is located in Conde, Paraiba in the Northeast of Brazil, a tourist and industrial hotspot, also known for its rich cultural heritage and beautiful beaches. Paladino is a popular choice for drivers since the circuit provides both speed and ample passing opportunities. “We are delighted to organize the Grand Finals with BRP at our track and will focus all our efforts on ensuring the success of the RMCGF and its participants,” said Sergio Crispim, the owner and manager of Circuito Internacional Paladino. The Rotax MAX Challenge (RMC) is a professional kart racing series established, owned and organized by BRP and its Rotax kart engine distributors. Approved by and in compliance with CIK / FIA, the RMC is a “one-make-engine” formula: only Rotax kart engines that are checked and sealed (for equal performance) will be used. With an equal technical playing field, the success in the competition is primarily dependent on the skills of the driver.
The Paladino International Circuit is the only kart track in Latin America with a track approved by the International Automobile Federation (FIA),capable of hosting national and international competitions.There are 1,298 m of track for any rider to achieve high speeds in complete safety. Every structure of the Paladin is designed to make racing more exciting, starting with the location: the incredible Conde beach, surrounded by natural beauties and paradisiac beaches.