All drivers had to participate in timed qualifying sessions and two heats on Friday and Saturday for their class before the Grand Prix finals on Sunday.
And it would be BKC’s Noah Wolfe who did the double, taking the IAME Cadet and Honda Cadet titles running with his prestigious PF plates just one month after winning the PF Challenge Cup. Wolfe replicated his British Kart Championships form at the impressive venue to prove his talent is not confined to the BKC tour and earning a fine accolade for his already extensive collection.
As one of the busiest karters in the country, Daniel Guinchard is dovetailing a BKC and European campaign in 2021 and managed to squeeze in the Kartmasters event and would aim to improve on his third in his class back in 2018. With his eyes set on graduating to F4, his ability in all conditions saw Daniel crowned Junior Max champion in what he considered the most challenging year of the karting event. Guinchard is contesting Junior Rotax and IAME X30 in 2021 and currently leads the X30 title fight.
Along with the satisfaction of running with the coveted GP plates from the most significant events of the year for British karting, Mini Max champion Blake Ticehurst, Mini X30 winner and current BKC series leader Leo Robinson, Senior Max victor Guy Cunnington and Senior X30 title holder Harry Platten joined some of the biggest names in motorsport’s hall of fame including George Russell, Lando Norris, and seven-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton.
A huge prize pool was also up for grabs, including a cash injection for the top three, race tyres, full entry into the IAME World Finals in Italy, custom-made race suits and much, much more!
Visit the 2021 Redline Specialist Cars Motorsport UK Kartmasters British Grand Prix website for the full results and prize winners.
[Images courtesy of Chris Walker at Kartpix.net]