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The Association of British Kart Clubs (ABkC)

The Association of British Kart Clubs (ABkC) was formed in 1990 to act as an interface between kart clubs and the sports governing body, the MSA, with whom there is a high degree of discussion and co-operation. The clubs are represented by the ABkC Steering Group which is elected each year during the  A.G.M.  held each Autumn. Over thirty of the kart clubs in the United Kingdom are members. The Steering Group also has representatives from other kart associations, which are usually regionally based, the MSA, the British Kart Industry Association (BKIA) and various championship organisers.  The Steering Group doubles up as the MSA Kart Regional Committee.  Decisions taken by that group will have a direct influence on all existing and proposed kart class regulations.

Every year the ABkC publishes its regulations which represent the class structure being used by the Association in its direct drive and gearbox national championships. These are contained within the MSA Kart Racing Yearbook, the "Gold Book". We ask that clubs affiliated to ABkC use the regulations contained within this document for their race meetings. Without this co-operation it would be impossible for drivers to move from club to club during the racing season and find the same race classes. The ABkC Regulations should be used as an addition to the Club's Supplementary Regulations, used as the reference point for the classes.

All ABkC clubs must run their meetings according to the regulations set down by the MSA. The officials and all safety regulations must conform to the current MSA Yearbook, the ABkC Regulations are only the class regulations.

ABkC National Championships will be organised by the Super One Series for 60/100/125cc direct drive classes whilst the Super 4 national gearbox class championships are split between the Formula Kart Stars (KZ1) and the Northern Karting Federation (NKF) for the others. ABkC single event National Championships - the 'O' Plates - may be organised for all these and for the other less popular existing classes and any newer classes as they become established.

 

ABkC '0" Plates - 2011 Fixtures

Date
Venue
Notes
23/01/11
Shenington
MSA KF Classes
06/02/11
PF International
MSA KF Classes
27/05/11 - 30/05/11
Shenington
Rotax, TKM + all Cadets
18/06/11 - 19/06/11
Shenington
Gearboxes
27/08/11 - 29/08/11
Rowrah
Honda Senior + Junior & WF
Contact the venue for further information

 

 

 

Karting News

February 10th 2012

CATERHAM APPOINTS KART PROJECT LEADER

Caterham Motorsport has appointed 20-year old karting ace, Laura Tillett, to assist with development of the new karting championship it will launch in 2013.
 

January 16th 2012

CATERHAM REVEALS AMBITIONS FOR KARTING SERIES

Caterham Cars today reveals plans to add to its well-established motorsport operation, with new ambitions in the karting category. Thanks to the new Caterham F1 Team and Caterham Racing GP2 squad, the famous British sportscar maker has already made rad
 

November 2nd 2011

FIRST-EVER HISTORIC KART WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS ADD TO THE ACTION AT THE 2012 DONINGTON HISTORIC FESTIVAL (MAY 5th & 6th)

The 2012 Donington Historic Festival has been chosen as the venue for the first-ever Historic Kart World Championships, giving classic motorsport fans even more to enjoy on May 5th and 6th as some 150 historic karts, including machines originally campaign
 


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