TEESSIDE CLUB SPRINT:  An eventful day with a greasy track to start with with one competitor  commencing qualifying without their transponder! meant they started at the back. Eventually progressing through the field in the heats to finish respectably for a chance at the final. The final was won by kart 43 running an MS chassis eventually overcoming kart 2 running a Haas chassis.

FULBECK PROKART TEST DAY: A special test day was arranged for Sunday February 5th at Fulbeck as preparation for the opening round of the British ProKart Endurance Championships which will be held at the same circuit on March 12th. The day was well attended  with 33 karts present on a cold  dry day although a little greasy to start some competitive times were posted which promises that the BPEC race championship will be a very close series. Of the 33 karts which attended 20 teams attended which will be racing in the BPEC series. Future test days will be posted on latest news.

THREE SISTERS PROKART 2HR ENDURANCE RACE: This was held on the 5th February and the second round of the race series but the 1st actual race of the year due to the cancellation of the January race because of bad weather. It was a cold day with a greasy track but 17 teams entered the race with CPM Racing winning the race and the first 10 positions were MS chassis.

RACE CALENDAR CHANGE: The race calendar has been up dated to include a change to the Three Sisters dates with the May meeting moving from the 16th to the 23rd May and the July meeting  moving from the 11th July to the 18th July. The Calendar will always reflect the latest known position and if a change occurs we will post it here as well.



 Our youngest driver MS Kart displayed at Kartmania Show shared with BPEC at Silverstone Championship winning ProKart on display