Three Sisters Circuit near Wigan are preparing to host the British Kart Championships later this year, alongside a packed calendar of motorsport events.

After resurfacing the 1.5km circuit last year the venue has made continuous developments in preparations for the premier karting championship.

Circuit Director, Chris Pullman, said “We are pleased that our host kart club, Manchester & Buxton Kart Club, have been awarded a round of the 2019 IAME British Kart Championship. This is the first time that a major British Karting Championship has visited the venue for quite a few years.

We have continued to improve the facilities over the last 12 months, recently refurbishing the clubhouse and laying a 4510 square metre area of asphalt in the paddock.”

Managing Director Bill Sisley added: “The improvements we are making are part of the long-term development plan here. We intend to upgrade all circuit infrastructure and client facilities.

This is now a seven day a week facility and with our floodlights, we can also run into the night.

Over the last year, my Kart School (ages eight to fifteen) has moved its base to Wigan and late last year we expanded the school to include Bambino lessons (ages six-to-seven), which has been really popular.”

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