With only a matter of weeks left, the countdown to the 2016 MSA Kartmasters British Kart Grand Prix starts here!
Celebrating it’s 21st anniversary this year, the Kartmasters GP has seen some worthy champions over the course of its 21-year history, including a certain Lewis Hamilton, and has grown year on year to become the UK’s finest one-off Karting event.
2016 promises to be better than ever! With a massive CASH prize fund up for grabs that’ll see the winner of each class* walking away for £1000, 2nd £500 and 3rd £250, a truly interactive media coverage featuring IPTV Live Streaming, Live Timing with Live Commentary and regular feeds to social media, the return of the ever popular race format of Timed Qualifying and Heats on both Friday & Saturday plus daytime entertainment in the TVKC ‘Village’ – there’s plenty of reasons why you should enter Kartmasters!
And, if that wasn’t enough, the winners of each class** receives the coveted GP plates too!
The event is open to the following classes:
IAME Cadet, Honda Cadet, Mini Max, Junior Max, Junior TKM, Senior Max, 177 Max, Senior TKM, OK & OK Junior – although strictly subject to minimum numbers.
The event will also feature the return of the X30 Kartmasters Trophy that caters for the X30 Junior & X30 Senior categories.
Entries are still being accepted – ENTER ONLINE TODAY!
Entries will close at 6pm on 23 July 2016
The entry fee for the 3-day weekend is £180 with the option to partake in the Thursday practice day for an additional £50. Each competitor must purchase one set of mandatory slick tyres (with the exception of the OK classes where two sets must be purchased). Drivers entering the MSA Kartmasters British Kart Grand Prix must have a minimum of National A licence, whereas X30 competitors entering the X30 Kartmasters Trophy must have a minimum of a National B.
For more information about the 2016 MSA Kartmasters British Kart Grand Prix, please visit our dedicated website or find us on Facebook