Track details

The Cambridgeshire venue has a rich 50-year history and is a firm favourite among karters who love the fast, technical nature of the circuit.

Spectators benefit from high banking to witness competitors take on the penultimate round of the TKM championships in September.

Facilities:

  • Catering facilities
  • Showers and changing room
  • Trade stands
  • Clubhouse
  • Camping

First opened: 1959
Track record: 46.06

The circuit
Track length 999 metres
Pole Right
Location

Stow Longa
Kimbolton
PE28 0EY

Website hkrc.co.uk
IAME Round 2- Kimbolton track

Classes competing at this event

Championships feature a number of different classes based on driver age and kart specification. Each class has its own races within the meeting.

Official Noticeboard

Track Licence - Kimbolton - Friday 11th September, 13:37pm

Cirrus Certificate - Kimbolton - Friday 11th September, 13:37pm

Fire Extinguisher Certificate - Kimbolton - Friday 11th September, 13:38pm

Event Permit - kimbolton - Friday 11th September, 13:39pm

Scales Certificate - Kimbolton - Friday 11th September, 13:42pm

Timekeeping Certificate - Kimbolton - Friday 11th September, 13:43pm

Timekeeping Certificate - Kimbolton - Friday 11th September, 13:43pm

Event Bulletin 01- Kimbolton - Friday 11th September, 13:44pm

Event Bulletin 02 - Kimbolton - Saturday 12th September, 9:52am


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