Super One have announced their dates and venues for 2017, with 10 dates and Clay Pigeon back on the calendar.
UK & International Karting News
Next year’s German Championship dates have been announced, including a round in Italy for the first time.
Russia’s Denis Mavlanov is this year’s Senior Max “World Champion” after dominating the class in this year’s Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals at Sarno.
Britain’s Mark Kimber inherited the Junior Max win at Sarno but that’s no discredit to him as he displayed a steely determination to reel in the leader.
The latest Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals winners are as follows.
The CIK World Council has approved a change of the minimum age for junior international racing as year of 12th birthday (e.g. it could be from 11 years and a day) and for Seniors the year of 14th birthday (e.g. could be 13 years and a day) subject to a medical test pass, a minimum driver weight, and a letter of approval from their ASN.
Technical updates arising from the most recent ABkC steering committee meeting which will apply across the classes in 2017 to 2018.
Next year’s class technical changes have been announced by the ABkC steering group, including for Honda Cadet and Rotax. In addition it sounds like the proposed Intermediate class is being reconsidered.
The ABkC steering committee welcomed guests from clubs putting forward bids for the ABkC O Plates and the MSA E Plate meetings. After the club’s presentations a secret vote was taken and the results announced as follows.
The October ABkC Steering Group meeting had a wide-ranging discussion on how the Constitution and membership of the group should be changed in order to modernise the association. It should be re-organised to better represent the member clubs and give them an easier say on the deliberations and votes.