Grampian Kart Club will host the 2022 Association of Scottish Kart Clubs (ASKC) Scottish Championship over the weekend of 9 & 10 July.
The winners of each class over the weekend will be entitled to wear the ‘S’ plate as their race number. Many professional drivers have done so over the years including David Coulthard, Allan McNish and Dario Franchitti to name a few.
Whatever way you look at it, it’s a fantastic weekend of racing for both competitors and spectators.
To compete in the ASKC Scottish Championship you must hold a current Motorsport UK racing licence, be a member of an ASKC registered kart club and register with the ASKC.
Friday 8 July
Saturday 9 July
Sunday 10 July
Bambino will compete across 5 time trial heats of 8mins. The final result will be determined from the total points scored across the 5 heats.
All other classes
Race entry for the weekend is £150
Friday practice is an additional £30
Transponder Hire is £10
Electricity hook-up is available at the cost of £10 per person plugged in, directly or in-directly.
The ASKC have managed to secure a supply of Mojo tyres for all paid entries to the Scottish Championship. Each competitor will be eligible to purchase 1 set of Mojo tyres from Mackay Motorsport.
Entries open Monday 13 June and close Wednesday 6 July. Enter via Grampian Kart Club.
Please return any awards received at either the Scottish Championships or Super Series to Carol Blanchard:
16 Corrie Terrace
Muir of Ord
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