Round 2 of the British Kart Championship 2019 comes to the Rowrah.
Rowrah is a national level Kart circuit, located in Cumbria. It’s built in an old limestone Quarry and as such is situated in a bit of a dip. The circuit hold club meetings as well as some national level events. The 1030M track is reasonably fast, with some fast corner sections and a couple of difficult chicanes. It is easy to find but a long way for most! When you arrive you overlook the track which sits in an old quarry. There is a lake down the back straight of the circuit and an amazing back drop of the Lake District. The track itself is very challenging with 2 very tricky chicanes, 2 hairpins and a number of fast corners. The first chicane is blind and very fast. As you climb up the chicane there is a short straight then you enter the first of the 2 hairpins. They are very tight and perfect for overtaking. After the 2 hairpins you pass back down the longest straight into a long, double apex right hander with a small tight chicane on the exit, the kerbs here are very flat and jumping them is the quickest way. You then flick back down the hill into a very quick right hander, shortly followed by a tighter left. This section is very quick and very enjoyable to drive. You then sweep right for the final corner which is very long and opens out on the exit. Many different lines are used here.
Round 3 of the British Kart Championship comes to Mansell Raceway.
The Mansell Raceway track is a unique outdoor track set in a rural location next to the airfield at Dunkeswell. The track measures 750 metres long and an average of 8 metres wide and laid with smooth racing Tarmac. With challenging & technical corners and long straights, there are plenty of opportunities for over taking. A good lap, in dry conditions takes approx 44 to 48 seconds (Lap record is 41.546 seconds). For wet conditions add 10 to 12 seconds a lap.
Round 4 of The British Kart Championship 2019 comes to G.Y.G
Glan Y Gors park is set in the picturesque North Wales countryside on the A5, 15 miles east of the popular tourist destination Betws-y-Coed. Glan y Gors Park, the largest go karting circuit in the North West. Attracting visitors world wide to compete at British Championship rounds and racing events. The Motorsport centre is a welcoming family run racing circuit driven by passion and set in the heart of North Wales.
Round 5 of the British Kart Championship 2019 comes to Clay Pigeon
The Clay Pigeon Kart Circuit was founded in the late 1950’s early 1960’s on a disused Second World War Military Hospital site. The original track was built by joining the hut (ward) concrete bases together with tarmac to make a 500 metre track. The Blandford Karting Club was formed and a Royal Automobile Club Permit was obtained and the first ‘official’ race took place on Sunday, 5th May 1963. The circuit has now become a seven day a week business organising Arrive and Drive Sessions, Corporate Race Events and hosting most major championships that tour Britain. Recently Chelborough Ltd. (the circuit owners) has come under the control of Southern Counties Leisure who now own all the leisure facilities surrounding this circuit.
The final round of the British Kart Championship 2019 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.