Liam Morley put on a masterclass of driving to remain unbeaten during the day and also lifted the O plate - UK Cup.Report
Four-time MSA British Superkart Champion Paul Platt was on top form to collect two wins and go top of the championship table and lift the UK Cup. For Jack Layton, it was a day to forget as he struggled with engine issues.Report
The first of three programmes from the recent British GP will be broadcast for the first time on Motorsport TV (formally Motors TV) on Monday June 26th at 17.21. The first one covers the CIK European Championship races.
Ford denied as Bennett achieves ambition.Report
Elkmann masterclass & Clark makes it four in a row.Report
Liam Morley added his seventh Grand Prix title to his impressive list of success but he was pushed all the way by Dan Edwards, also a previous GP winner.Report
English Champion Kirk Cattermole got his first win of the season when series leader Liam Morley went off in dramatic style. But Morley bounced back the next day to take his fourth win of the season.Report
Belgian star Yannick De Brabander took overall honours at the opening rounds of this year's championship when expected favourites Peter Elkmann and reigning European Superkart champion Adam Kout struck trouble.Report
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Andy Bird took overall honours and collected his first ever MSA Championship win. However, it was Jack Layton who extended his lead in the series after his closest rivals struck trouble. Report
Championship leader Liam Morley had two faultless drives at Croft winning both races by a sizeable margin. Reigning champion Lee Harpham did his best to stay in touch but had to settle for a pair of second places. Report
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