On track for more high octane action
ANOTHER weekend of high-octane karting action is in store at the Hunts Kart Race Club s Kimbolton circuit this weekend. Saturday and Sunday sees the penultimate round of the 2006 Club Championship with nine classes of karts competing with drivers as young
ANOTHER weekend of high-octane karting action is in store at the Hunts Kart Race Club's Kimbolton circuit this weekend.
Saturday and Sunday sees the penultimate round of the 2006 Club Championship with nine classes of karts competing with drivers as young as eight and some karts reaching speeds of 80mph.
The club will be observing the two minute silence on Remembrance Sunday and there will be a parade of historical uniforms, highlighting the past uses of the Kimbolton track.
Spectators are invited to attend and watch drivers from around the region competing and take the opportunity to walk around the pits, speak to competitors and learn about how the karts are prepared for each race.
Anyone interested in helping to steward the event can contact the club by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
INFORMATION: Visit www.hkrc.co.uk for more information. The circuit is located near Stow Longa, just off the B660 and car parking is £5 per vehicle.
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