The Motorsport UK Wera Tools British Kart Championships can now reveal the highly anticipated Bambino calendar for the 2023 season.
The hotly contested category has proven to be one of the most competitive in the British Championships in recent years which has seen drivers such as Archie Clark, Zac Drummond, Lewis Wherrell, Leo Robinson, Freddie Slater and 2022 British IAME Cadet Champion Jessie Philips to name but a few, start their racing careers in the class.
The Bambino Championship is the only series that enables participating competitors to graduate into the Cadet class early, offering the chance to progress in the year of their eighth birthday.
Britain’s premier kart series has ensured feedback from competitors has been considered when creating the new-look calendar, forming an exciting schedule of events for the year ahead, visiting a range of top-class and familiar venues across the UK.
The Championship kicks off in the heart of Wales as GYG hosts the opener for the first time before a trip north of the border to Larkhall in August. Contenders will then visit the popular Whilton Mill track in September with the finale at Karting North East – Warden Law later in the month.
2023 Motorsport UK Wera Tools British Kart Championships Bambino Calendar
Event 1: GYG 9-11 June
Event 2: Larkhall 18-20 August
Event 3: Whilton Mill 1-3 September
Event 4: Warden Law 22-24 September
Dates and venues may be subject to change and grids are subject to availability with places limited.
Motorsport UK O plate Meeting date and venue TBC
The British Kart Championships continues to be one of the most competitive kart series in the world offering drivers from across the globe the chance to compete against some of the best drivers in the business.
2023 will see further enhancements to the on-track CCTV system, a new on-event app, and further improvements in the race centre to ensure that the Championship continues to offer high-level, fair, competitive racing for all.
In addition to the improvements in technology, it will also continue with control fuel from series partners Vital Equipment, coupled with controlled tyres for all classes.
The BKC can also confirm that award-winning broadcasters Alpha Live will once again be providing comprehensive live streaming of each event. In conjunction with the series’ social media coverage, the British Kart Championships was taken to every corner of the globe, with an audience totalling nearly 6 million in 2022.
Motorsport UK Karting Manager Dan Parker commented, “We are delighted to reveal the 2023 Motorsport UK Wera Tools British Kart Championships calendar for our youngest drivers in the Bambino class. Next season will see further opportunities for drivers to compete for the British title and are excited to welcome the eager progressive drivers to the pinnacle of British Karting.”
More information on the registration process will be issued in the coming weeks.
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