Many thanks to everyone who supported the 2021 Shenington SuperPrix and Historic Revival. We think it went well, hopefully you thought the same? Congratulations to all the new E Plate and SP Plate winners and to our Drivers of the Day. The Junior Driver of the Day went to novice Luke Jarman who came an incredible fourth in Junior TKM, and to Senior Driver of the Day James Pashley who not only won TKM Extreme, but also competed well in Senior X30. They won the Gil Rixon trophy and a VIP trip to a Britcar event respectively. Podium places were awarded in excess of £2600 in prizes at a well attended ceremony. Amy Catchpole (Libre) won the Teng Tools toolbox, where the raffle raised £483 for the Air Ambulance. Thank you to all our sponsors who supported the event, and to the British Historic Kart Club and the Kart Legends who put on some stunning displays, probably the best ever. We must also thank all our volunteers who worked hard in the heat to make the event a success. The club is having a break in August so see you all in September.
We hope you are all enjoying the summer holidays and perhaps taking in one of the big August karting events whilst the club meetings take a rest. We will be back on 18th and 19th September with the usual practice day on Saturday, open to all the usual classes and the race on Sunday. Entries will be available for both online this week. We will welcome the Super 4 for 250 National. Please don’t delay with your entries and remember spectators are allowed once more. So anyone arriving after 0930 on Sunday morning will be charged for entrance. Unfortunately, we will not be able to offer ARKS tests on our September Saturday, these will resume in October.
Face coverings will still be mandatory in certain areas, like in the scrutineering building and inside buildings, and we shall advise on the details in the driver briefing.
The usual Saturday practice and Sunday race will continue through both October meetings but in November we shall revert to having two one-day meetings, half the classes on Saturday and half on Sunday. This format has proved popular with many, allowing them to have a weekend day to do something else. So the Winter Series for January, February, and March will also have the two one-day race formats. This format will allow us to offer three heats when normally in the winter we can only offer two due to the lack of light.
Shenington Village is out of bounds to all attending Shenington Kart Racing Club, unless using the local amenities
The camera is overlooking the exit of Cafe Corner on the run up to Stratford Harpin.
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