The Motorsport UK Wera Tools British Kart Championships have today 27th January announced the 2022 Comer Bambino calendar with a fresh new look to the season ahead.
The young racers will do battle over four rounds with new venues added to the schedule for the only official Motorsport UK Bambino championship.
The Warden Law circuit will kick off the season in May before moving to Wales and Glan Y Gors in June. After the summer break, a trip to Whilton Mill hosts the penultimate round in August before the grand finale’ at the impressive PFi in September.
2022 Motorsport UK Wera Tools British Kart Championship Bambino Calendar
Round 1: Warden Law 20-22 May
Round 2: GYG 17-19 June
Round 3: Whilton Mill 19-21 August
Round 4: PFi 23-25 September
Motorsport UK “O” and “E” plate meetings, date and venues to be confirmed.
Dates and venues may be subject to change
Once again, control fuel from series partners Vital Equipment will be used and testing will take place during each weekend.
We are also delighted to confirm that award-winning broadcasters Alpha Live will once again be providing comprehensive live streaming of each race meeting, taking coverage to each corner of the globe, whilst full social media coverage from the Motorsport UK team will continue in 2022.
“The Comer Bambino classes continue to provide some of the closest and most competitive racing in the BKC for your youngest drivers” says Motorsport UK Karting Manager Dan Parker.
“The series is an important stepping stone for progressive drivers and Bambino graduates such as Macauley Bishop [2020 IAME Cadet Champion], Freddie Slater [FIA World and European Champion], Zac Drummond [2021 IAME Cadet British Champion], Leo Robinson [2021 Mini X30 Champion], Taylor Orridge [Bambino Champion] and Archie Clark [Bambino Champion] are a testament to that.
“We have listened to the feedback from the Bambino community and also the comments from competitors in the 2021 Championship to make adjustments where possible in order to create another fantastic year of racing . We also very much look forward to visiting some new venues with the Bambino Championship in 2022 whist also visiting regular tracks to the BKC.“
Places for the Championship are limited and more information on the registration process will be issued in the coming days – please keep up to date through the British Kart Championship website & social media platforms.