Post Date 13th September 2023

Navigating the Podium: Strategic Driving Tips for the British Indoor Karting Championship

 

Welcome back to the British Indoor Karting Championship’s blog, proudly brought to you by our esteemed prize sponsor, Total Karting Zero. As the anticipation for another heart-pounding Local Final builds, we’re here to equip you with essential driving strategies that can make all the difference in your pursuit of victory. Today, let’s delve into the world of racecraft, highlighting the art of overtaking, patience, and calculated aggression.

  1. Set Realistic Targets: Aim High, but Be Strategic

It’s a given – every racer on the grid wants to taste victory. However, setting achievable goals is essential for both growth and consistent performance. Instead of solely fixating on the top step of the podium, consider where you stand among your competition and set a realistic target for your finishing position.

Remember, each race is an opportunity to refine your skills, learn from experiences, and progress towards your ultimate goal. By aiming for a position that challenges you without overwhelming you, you’ll ensure a measured approach that contributes to your overall success.

  1. Patience in Overtakes: Timing is Everything

Overtaking is a thrilling aspect of racing, often synonymous with heart-racing moments and adrenaline-pumping manoeuvres. However, the key to effective overtaking lies not only in skill but also in patience. Rushing into overtakes without a clear strategy can lead to unnecessary collisions and lost positions.

As you approach slower karts or competitors, assess the situation carefully. Identify opportune moments – sections of the track where your kart’s strengths can be maximised. Analyse your rival’s weaknesses and capitalise on them when the time is right. By biding your time and waiting for the perfect opening, you’ll increase your chances of executing successful overtakes and advancing through the ranks.

  1. Calculated Aggression: Finding the Balance

Aggression on the track is not inherently negative; in fact, it can be a potent weapon when used wisely. However, it’s vital to strike a balance between aggression and control. Going too aggressive too early in a race can lead to early exhaustion of your resources, both in terms of kart performance and your own energy.

Work with the karts around you to create a space for yourself to manoeuvre. Engage in strategic battles, defending when necessary, while also conserving your kart’s power and handling. Once you’ve positioned yourself optimally within the pack, you’ll be in a better position to make a decisive move toward the front.

  1. Timing Your Glory: Seizing the Opportunity

The final piece of the puzzle is seizing your chance at glory. With patience, calculated aggression, and a clear understanding of your competition’s strengths and weaknesses, you’ll find yourself in prime position to make your move towards the front of the pack.

When the moment arrives, unleash the skills you’ve honed, capitalise on your rivals’ vulnerabilities, and accelerate towards the lead. Your strategic groundwork and well-timed manoeuvre could be the turning point that propels you to the podium’s highest step.

As you prepare to unleash your driving prowess in the British Indoor Karting Championship, keep in mind that while speed and technical skill are essential, a calculated approach can often be the game-changer. Total Karting Zero stands beside you, ready to fuel your aspirations with every lap.

So, set your sights on that realistic target, master the art of patient overtaking, wield calculated aggression, and time your surge to glory. The track awaits your strategic brilliance – let the race begin!

Post date 2nd September 2023

Debunking Myths: Unleashing the Excitement of Electric Karting at the British Indoor Karting Championship

Welcome to the British Indoor Karting Championship’s myth-busting blog, proudly presented in partnership with our esteemed prize sponsor, Total Karting Zero. In this post, we’re stepping into the electrifying world of electric karting, dispelling the misconceptions and revealing the heart-pounding, adrenaline-fuelled thrill that awaits every racer who takes the wheel of an electric kart. Buckle up as we uncover the truth about electric karting’s exhilaration and unique sensory experiences.

  1. Myth: Electric Karts Lack Excitement

Reality: Electric Karts Deliver Unrivalled Excitement!

One common misconception is that electric karts lack the adrenaline rush that their petrol counterparts provide. On the contrary, electric karts offer an electrifying experience that’s every bit as heart-pounding and captivating.

The instantaneous acceleration of electric karts demands a deft touch on the throttle. The surge of power propels you forward, requiring finesse and precision to maintain control. Far from being dull, this characteristic ensures that every second spent behind the wheel is brimming with excitement, testing your skill and reflexes in ways that will leave you breathless.

  1. Myth: Electric Karts are Silent and Dull

Reality: The Symphony of Tyres and Crowd Cheers!

Another myth is that electric karts lack the auditory stimulation of roaring engines. In truth, electric karting delivers a sensory experience that’s uniquely captivating.

While the rumble of an engine might be absent, electric karts allow you to hear the symphony of the track. The squeal of tyres gripping the surface, the hum of the electric motor, and the exhilarating rush of wind as you navigate corners – these are the sounds that accompany your high-speed journey. Furthermore, the cheers of the crowd add a vibrant energy to your race, spurring you on to conquer the track.

  1. Myth: Electric Karts are Slower and Less Competitive

Reality: Speed and Competition Redefined!

Some sceptics might believe that electric karts are slower, diminishing the competitive edge of the race. In reality, electric karts are engineered to deliver impressive speeds, rivalling their gas-powered counterparts.

Electric karts offer instant torque and consistent power delivery, resulting in quick acceleration and impressive lap times. This ensures that the thrill of competition remains as fierce and intense as ever, with racers battling for positions, strategising overtakes, and pushing their limits to secure victory.

As you gear up for the British Indoor Karting Championship, remember that Total Karting Zero stands at the forefront of electric karting excellence, ready to showcase the exhilaration and performance potential of electric karts.

So, debunk the myths and embrace the reality – electric karts are a dynamic and thrilling force to be reckoned with. The acceleration, the symphony of sounds, and the competitive fervour are all part of the unparalleled experience that electric karting brings to the track. Get ready to feel the surge, hear the chorus, and relish the cheers as you embark on an electrifying journey to championship glory!

Post Date 1st September 2023

Bring on the Local Finals 

A huge thank you and well done to everyone who entered the British Indoor Karting Championship 2023! We’ve seen some exceptional racing and lap times being set and we cannot wait for the Local Finals in a few weeks.

All qualifying results will be posted to your local TeamSport Facebook pages on Monday 4th September. All entrants that have qualified through to the Local Finals will be contacted directly via email about booking in their place.

Don’t forget, we love to hear your feedback so we can provide our drivers with the best possible experience throughout the championship. So, if you have something to say, then feel free to drop us an email at [email protected].

We wish all our qualifiers the best of luck in the Local Finals on the 13th and 14th September. The standard of racing and sportsmanship at tracks will be exceptional as they have been in our qualifying round and we can’t wait to see what you bring to the table!

For more details on the Local Finals, please visit HERE.

Don’t forget to follow our Facebook and Instagram pages for all the latest announcements.

Post date 10th May

BIKC 2023 Has Arrived!

We’re incredibly excited to kick off the British Indoor Karting Championship again for the fourth year running with the 2023 Championship kicking off on June 1st. TeamSport Elite #GRID Members and Race Academy Advanced Drivers will race it out for the chance to take home the British title and our incredible prizes.

GET READY TO SEND IT!

The event is open to everyone from enthusiastic new karters to seasoned pros. In order to participate you will need to be a #GRID Elite Member or a Race Academy Advanced driver as you are required to hold a Motorsport UK K-I Licence which forms part of our Membership package. The cost of the Memberships is just £34.99 and along with becoming a Member, you’ll receive discounted karting and offers along with the K-I Licence and great Member discounts from Motorsport UK. It’s an amazing package!

The 2023 Championship has 5 categories, allowing for all Elite Members and Race Academy Advanced Members to compete from 8 years and upwards. Find out more!

Post Date 7th November 2022

The British Indoor Karting Champions for 2022

The National Finals for this year’s BIKC took place on the 5th and 6th of November 2022. What an incredible weekend of racing!

Over this weekend we saw the finalists across 5 categories battle it out on one of the most iconic indoor karting circuits in the country at TeamSport Warrington. Supporters lined the track in their hundreds over the two days and thousands more tuned in online from across the globe to watch the racing unfold. It was an awesome spectacle!

Huge congratulations to the 5 2022 British Indoor Karting Champions crowned. The winners were; Cadet Champion, E. Spain, Junior Champion K. Leadbeater, Lightweight Champion Dante Dhillon taking the win for his category the third year in a row, Middleweight Champion McKenzie Jones and Heavyweight Champion Jonny Elliott. 

Whilst the standard of driving was incredibly high and competitive, the drivers demonstrated great respect for one another on the track with a fantastic show of sportsmanship and clean racing throughout the weekend.

The Junior Champions win a fully funded season racing with Total Karting Zero and the Adult Champions win fully funded seasons racing in the Club 100 series.

With huge thanks to this year’s championship headline sponsors; Total Karting Zero and Club 100.

For full details on BIKC 2022 results and podium wins please visit www.bikc.co.uk

Post date 17th October 2022

Regional Finals – that’s a wrap!

Wow – what an incredible set of events! We had some exceptional racers join us for the British Indoor Karting Championship’s Regional Finals – we were blown away!

We saw events taking place at TeamSport’s Sheffield, Stockton, Liverpool, Leicester, Leeds, Coventry, Cardiff, Farnborough and Basildon. The battles were intense to say the least – well done everyone.

Don’t forget, we loved to hear your feedback so we can provide our drivers with the best possible experience. So if you have something to say, then feel free to drop us an email at [email protected].

Congratulations to those teams through to the National Finals, we look forward to welcoming you in a few weeks at TeamSport Warrington!

For more details on the National Finals, please visit HERE.

Don’t forget to follow our Facebook and Instagram pages for all the latest announcements.

Post Date 16th September 2022

Local Finals… are over! 

Well done and thank you to each team that raced in their Local Finals in this week! We held 33 Local Final events across the UK and the standard of racing was incredible! Results will be released shortly on the local TeamSport Facebook pages. If you have any queries regarding the events, then please send an email across to [email protected].

A huge congratulations to everyone that made it through to the next stage of the championship and we look forward to seeing you back out on track in a few weeks for the Regional Finals. Be sure to block the time off in your diary and get those practice laps booked in! It’s going to be spectacular…

For all dates and locations for the Regional Finals, please visit: BIKC Regionals

Post date 1st Setember 2022

Next Up: Local Finals

A huge well done and thank you to everyone who entered the British Indoor Karting Championship 2022. We’ve seen some incredible lap times being set and we’re beyond excited to welcome the qualifiers to the Local Finals in a few weeks.

All qualifying results will be posted to the local TeamSport track pages on Monday 5th September. All entrants that have qualified through to the Local Finals will be contacted directly via email about booking in their place.

Don’t forget, we loved to hear your feedback so we can provide our drivers with the best possible experience. So if you have something to say, then feel free to drop us an email at [email protected].

We wish everyone the best of luck in the Local Finals on the 14th and 15th September, we know the standard of racing and sportsmanship will be exceptional as they have been in the qualifying!

For more details on the Local Finals, please visit HERE.

Don’t forget to follow our Facebook and Instagram pages for all the latest announcements.

Post Date 21st July

BIKC Race Fit Program and halfway through the qualifying stage!

We’re halfway through the qualifying stage of BIKC 2022 and we have over 3000 drivers entered so far! There are only 6 weeks left until the Local Finals kick off – so make sure you sign up and take part in the most sought-after karting championship of the year!

Need to improve your fitness and race faster and longer? The BIKC Race Fit Program is brought exclusively to TeamSport by Claire Johnson, the Naked Warrior! Find out more…

Post date 1st June 2022

BIKC 2022 IS HERE!

We’re beyond excited to launch the 2022 British Indoor Karting Championship. Qualifying for this year’s championship kicks off between the 1st June – 31st August 2022!

The event is open and designed for everyone, from enthusiastic new karters to seasoned pros. In order to enter, you will need to be a TeamSport #GIRD Elite Member as you are required to hold a Motorsport UK K-I Licence which forms part of our Elite Membership package. The cost is just £34.99 and along with becoming a Member of our #GRID you’ll receive discounted karting and offers along with the K-I Licence and great Member discounts from Motorsport UK – it’s amazing!

The 2022 championship has 5 categories, allowing for all #GRID Elite members to compete from 8 years and upwards. Find Out More…

Post Date 6th December

5 British Indoor Karting Champions have been crowned this weekend

Since the 1st July 2021, BIKC licence holders visited TeamSport Indoor Karting over 27,000 times to set qualifying laps for this years British Indoor Karting Championship, regarded as the most prestigious of Indoor Karting Championships available to drivers in the UK, fully endorsed by the governing body Motorsport UK.

Over this weekend we saw the finalists across 5 categories battle it out on one of the most iconic indoor karting circuits in the country at TeamSport Warrington. Supporters lined the track in their hundreds over the two days and thousands more tuned in online from across the globe to watch the racing unfold. Fans from as far away as Mexico were getting involved in the action.

Huge congratulations to the 5 new British Indoor Karting Champions crowned. The winners were; Cadet Champion, Jacob Lammas, Junior Champion Charlie Ratford taking the win for the 2nd year, Lightweight Champion Dante Dhillon also taking the win for his category the second year in a row, Middleweight Champion Sam Slater and Heavyweight Champion Adrian Wray. 

Whilst the standard of driving was incredibly high and competitive, the drivers demonstrated great respect for one another on the track with clean driving and a fantastic level of sportsmanship.

The Junior Champions win a fully funded season racing with Total Karting Zero and the Adult Champions win fully funded seasons racing in the Club 100 series.

With huge thanks to this years championship headline sponsors; Total Karting Zero and Club 100 and additional sponsors Topps F1, Smokin’ Bean, Coca Cola and BIZ karts.

For full details on all of BIKC 2021 results and podium wins please visit www.bikc.co.uk and check out the action at BIKC 2021 Live Stream.

More Info: 2021 Results Page

Post date 22nd October

We’ve blown the whistle on the second half! 

Just like that – The Regional Finals are complete! We have had some excellent racers join the Warrington line up! We are sure that this years National Finals will be EPIC!  

Our last Regional Finals were held across Leicester, Brighton, Newcastle, Coventry, and Nottingham. These brilliant events took place over the last two weekends, we saw awesome battles and some fantastic racing from each category! 

From the Cadets we have: Callum E (Basildon), Ilya V (Basildon), Adi M (Leeds), Arthur W (Reading), Hayden A (Birmingham), Cassidy S (Birmingham), Jack D (Cardiff), Freddie F (Cardiff), Matthew S (Dundee), Ross S (Clydebank)

From the Junior Category we have: Matthew B (Mitcham), Charlie R (Basildon), Kieran E (Basildon), Ryan S (Reading), Daniel V (Reading), Alex J (Stoke), Vito V (Liverpool), Simon B (Birmingham), Antony W (Birmingham), Jack B (Trafford), Benjamin S (Trafford), Thomas H (Bristol), Ross S (Cambuslang), Alexander L (Cambuslang), Kristofer B (Dundee)

From the Lightweight Category we have: Harrison Kirkham (Basildon), Sonni Scott (Docklands), Adam Sheargold (Basildon), Adam Brittain (Stoke), Ollie Bell (Leeds), Numaan Hussain (Leeds), Alex Wentworth (Warrington, Stuart Nunnen (Liverpool), Adam Davies (Liverpool), Zac Venn (Bristol), Lucas Sullivan (Bristol), Luke Evans (Cardiff), Cameron Sale (Dundee), Mackinley Coburn (Dundee), Daniel Mcauley (Clydebank)

From the Middleweight Category we have: Louis Draper (Harlow), Bailey Jones (Docklands), Blaise Turnstill (Harlow), Andy Pine (Dunstable), Darren Shaw (Leeds), Thomas Leighton (Stoke), Matthew Roberts (Warrington), Matthew Williams (Warrington), Mckenzie Jones (Warrington), Sam Slater (Bristol), Jonny Elliott (Trafford), Neil Durrant (Cardiff), John Houston (Dundee), James Stewart (Clydebank), Jordan Murdoch (Clydebank)

From the Heavyweight Category we have: David Harvey (Harlow), Ben Riches (Basildon), Mark Martin (Mitcham), Ben Rodda (Reading), Luke Holroyd (Leeds), Kian Parr (Leeds), Tom Owens (Liverpool), Anthony Smith (Birmingham), James Bate (Warrington), Barney Williams (Bristol), Rob Jonson (Bristol), Thomas Seabrook (Cardiff), Chris Burns (Cambuslang), William Whittaker (Cambuslang), Andrew Chapman (Cambuslang)

Now, on to the National Finals! Congratulations to all our qualifying drivers and a huge well done to everyone who has taken part in this year’s Championship.

More Info: Regional Page

Post Date 10th November

Ooooh… We’re Halfway There!

We’re halfway through the Regional Finals and we have already seen some superstars out on the track! The competition is tight with every driver putting in their all to battle for their place on the podium and to secure their place in the National Finals. 

So far, we have hosted the Regional Finals across Bristol, Manchester Trafford, Bradford, and Reading. We’re excited to see what the qualifying drivers are going to pull out the bag for the National Finals. 

From the Cadets we have: Tyler M-G (Gosport), Ryan R (Gosport), Alex D (Sheffield), Dorian M (Nottingham), Riley R (Hull), Arthur F (Preston), Jamie W (Crawley) and Rory H (Crawley). 

From the Junior Category we have: Joseph M (Gosport), Layton W (Gosport), Amelie A (Eastleigh), Archie J (Nottingham), John M (Sheffield), George P (Leicester), Kai B (Newcastle), Keiran L (Stockton), Tommy L (Preston), Marcel C (Edmonton), Mason C (Edmonton) and Zacharias K (Edmonton). 

From the Lightweight Category we have: Lewis Marchant (Gosport), Josh Selway (Gosport), Martin Chuter (Farnborough), James Mills (Nottingham), Hayden Fletcher (Leicester), Jordan Haywood (Nottingham), Sophie Gill (Newcastle), Ronan McDougall (Newcastle), Callum Sanderson (Stockton), Dante Dhillon (Crawley), Taylor Norton (Edmonton) and Gaurav Bhogra (Edmonton). 

From the Middleweight Category we have: Joe Patey (Farnborough), Matthew Borrowdale (Watford), Reece Kellow (Farnborough), Adam Hadfield (Sheffield), George Boothby (Sheffield), Lewis Jolley (Sheffield), Jonathan Wilson (Stockton), Mackenzie Shelmerdine (Preston), Barry Lakes (Stockton), Callum Bendelow (Crawley), James Howarth (Crawley) and Mortaza Hassan (Edmonton). 

From the Heavyweight Category we have: Alex Stewart (Gosport), Alex Noyce (Gosport), Jason Wicks (Farnborough), Rhys Courtney (Nottingham), Ritchie Clarke (Nottingham), Stuart Clarke (Coventry), John Paragon (Hull), Adrian Wray (Stockton), Keith Simmons (Hull), Emmanuel Nwaobodo (Edmonton), Sean Brierley (Acton) and Matthew West (Brighton). 

It’s going to be an epic National Final! Congratulations to all our qualifying drivers and a huge well done to everyone who has taken part in this year’s Championship.

More Info: Regional Page

Post date 22nd October

Regional Finals – Newcastle time changes

Please be aware that our Newcastle start times for the Regional Finals have now changed to the following:

Saturday 20th November: Cadets & Juniors arrival from 12pm.

Sunday 21st November: Lightweight arrival from 12pm, Middleweight & Heavyweight arrival from 3:30pm.

More Info: Regional Page

Post Date 19th October

And that’s a wrap!!

Thank you to each and everyone of our BIKC local finalists who raced during this last week. We held Local Finals at 34 events across the UK and the standard of racing and sportsmanship was truly mind blowing. Please head to your local track Facebook page for the full download of all the finalists and their final positions on and off the podium. We might even add a few pictures for you to take a peak at too!
 
Don’t forget we love to have your feedback, the good, the bad and the ugly as we continue to improve and provide our BIKC drivers with the best possible experience, so if you have something to say drop us a line at [email protected].
 
Congratulations to those drivers through to the Regional Finals, we look forward to welcoming you to your Regional event in just a couple of weeks. Be sure to block the time off in your diary and get those practice laps booked in!! 
 
For all the dates and locations simply visit: BIKC Regional
Post date 8th October

Racing ahead in motor sports with Joel Arguelles

Our BIKC 2020 Super Heavyweight Champion, Joel Arguelles is taking the world of Motorsport by storm!

Not only has Joel been competing in the Club100 karting series he has moved into racing cars with his own self-built vehicle. His ultimate racing goal is to keep racing and keep winning – We’re excited to see how he will do in this year’s Championship.

Aside from racing and winning, he would like the opportunity to drive a GT3 style car, who knows what the future holds but he’s certainly driving down the road of Motorsport success! 

Press Articles: Bedfordshire Bulletin

Post Date 19th August

12 year old Rivenn Welsh, BIKC Champion shares his future plans…

Rivenn, who was crowned British Indoor Karting Champion 2020 for the Cadets category has BIG aspirations for the future and we can’t wait to follow his journey. Having only taken up karting with TeamSport during the lockdown a few months before BIKC 2020 started, Rivenn’s talent behind the wheel and sheer determination to succeed saw him not only smash the TeamSport Trafford track record but take the top spot on the podium at the British Indoor Karting Championships Final. Find out more about Rivenn and check out some of the media coverage this superstar has landed…

Press Articles: Yahoo Life | The Bolton News | Independent

Post date 16th August

Kids aged 6+ can get on track this summer with Total Karting Zero

BIKC headline sponsor Total Karting Zero are inviting kids aged 6 + to come and try out Bambino racing with them this Summer.

Total Karting Zero, led by Rob Smedley will get your little racer started early with training days or coaching sessions for beginners. The Total Karting Zero team will teach your little one the basics and safety of karting, before moving on to the essentials of racing.

Drivers will be taught real racing in electric racing karts on an outdoor track. The karts are turned to a low power for their first session, to ease the drivers into being on track while they get to grips with kart handling and safety.

Kids can experience the thrill of electric kart racing outdoors and you can rest easy in the knowledge they are being expertly taken care of.

Find out more | Questions: [email protected]

Post Date 28th July

It is time to HAVE YOUR SAY… and you could WIN a Race Voucher for 4 people

BIKC is a motorsport championship designed by the people, for the people! The opinions of our
customers, members and stakeholders is of uttermost value. We would love to know what you want
to see as part of BIKC 2021.What do you love about the championship, what do you want to see
more of and is there anything holding you back from entering this year? Let us know!

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BIKC Catie Munnings
Post date 27th July

Catie Munnings joins BIKC as an Ambassador 2021

Catie Munnings, aged 23 (born 15 November 1997) is a British rally driver. Catie has been collaborating with BIKC and TeamSport to help promote the British Indoor Karting Championship for 2021. Catie is hugely successful both on and off track and we are thrilled she is keen to support BIKC 2021 and promote this accessible and affordable Motorsport championship.

Catie is currently competing in the new electric off-road racing series Extreme E for the Andretti United team. She has previously raced in the European Rally Championship, winning the championship’s Ladies Trophy in 2016. She also presented Catie’s Amazing Machines on the BBC television channel CBeebies.

To stay up to date with all Catie’s racing and follow her progress please follow here

@andrettiunitedxe Extreme E driver. European Ladies Rally Champion

Post date 26th July

Daily Express: Learner drivers could gain knowledge of driving by karting

BIKC ambassador Catie Munnings catches up with Daily Express journalist Luke Chillingsworth about the crossovers between learning to drive and karting. As Catie takes a spin around TeamSport Docklands track she highlights Karting as providing a great introduction to learning to drive as you balance the brake, throttle and the learn precision of steering. TeamSport provides an accessible route for anyone looking to learn to drive and for those looking to take it to the next level, the British Indoor Karting Championship provides a fantastic entry route in to competitive Motorsport. Read the full interview here
Post date 17th July 2021

Catie Munnings talks to Sky News About BIKC 2021

To stay up to date with all Catie’s racing and follow her progress please follow here

Post date 1st July

BIKC 2021 Announcement

We’re incredibly excited to start the British Indoor Karting Championship again for the second year running with the 2021 Championship kicking off on July 1st. TeamSport Elite #GRID Members will race it out for the chance to take home the BIKC trophy and gain their first British title.

The Race Is On!

The event is open to everyone from enthusiastic new karters to seasoned pro’s. In order to participate you will need to be a #GRID Elite Members as you are required to hold a Motorsport UK K-I Licence which forms part of our Elite Membership package. The cost is just £34.99 and along with becoming a Member of our #GRID you’ll receive discounted karting and offers along with the K-I Licence and great Member discounts from Motorsport UK. It’s an amazing package!

The 2021 Championship has 5 categories, allowing for all #GRID Elite members to compete from 8 years and upwards. Find out more

Post date 11th June 2021

The First-Ever British Indoor Karting Champions Have Been Crowned

Three hundred and forty days. That’s how long the 2020 edition of the British Indoor Karting Championship (BIKC)  lasted. From the day that sign-ups opened on July 1st 2020, through to the final chequered flag falling at TeamSport Warrington on June 6th 2021.

Over the weekend 178 of the best indoor karting drivers descended on one of the longest, oldest and fastest circuits in the country, to battle it out to become the inaugural BIKC Champions. And what a show those in attendance and the thousands watching along at home were treated to. Not only that, but these drivers were also competing for a whole host of prizes from our sponsors – Daniel Ricciardo Series, Club100, BIZ Karts, Nestle Professional UK & Ireland, and Arroxx Racewear. Read More