Rounds 23 & 24


After an epic season we head back to Daytona Tamworth for the season finale on Sunday the 8th December.


Arrival 9.30 am for 10.30 am start

£67 entry

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!Welcome to RKC 2020!


Next season promises to be more exciting than ever, as we have 24 races lined up at 4 great circuits.


2020 Race Dates are now available


Please email clarkmcowell@talktalk.net for further info or to enter.

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2019 RKC Championship Race Dates


Download a 2019 Membership Form



Round 1 & 2
Sat 16th Feb - Sutton Circuit
1.00 pm Race start
Cost: £55 per driver

 

Round 3 & 4
Sun 3rd Mar - Daytona MK.
9:30am Race Start
Cost: £72 per Driver

 

Round 5 & 6
Sun 7th Apr - ELK Newark
11.00 am Race start
Cost: £65 per Driver

 

Round 7 & 8
Sun 12th May - Daytona Tamworth
10.00 am Race Start
Cost: £67 per Driver

 

Round 9 & 10
Sat 8th Jun - Sutton Circuit
1.00 pm Race start
Cost: £55 per Driver

Round 11 & 12
Sun 7th Jul - Daytona MK.
9:30am Race start
Cost: £72 per Driver

Round 13 & 14
Sun 28th Jul - ELK Newark
11.00 am Race start
Cost: £65 per Driver


Round 15 & 16
Sat 31st Aug - Sutton Circuit
1.00 pm Race Start
Cost: £55 per Driver


Round 17 & 18
Sun 22nd Sep - Daytona Tamworth
10.00 am Race start
Cost: £67 per Driver


Round 19 & 20
Sun 20th Oct - Daytona MK.
9:30am Race start
Cost: £72 per Driver


Round 21 & 22
Sun 10th Nov - ELK Newark
11.00 am Race start
Cost: £65 per Driver


Round 23 & 24
Sun 8th Dec - Daytona Tamworth
10.30 am Race start
Cost: £67 per Driver

 


TOTAL SEASON COST: £777
(+£25 Membership Fee)

 

 

Other Races

 


Carol Cheetham Memorial Trophy
- 3 Hour Team Endurance Race, Sutton Circuit, Saturday 14th December, cost £225.00 per team of three drivers.  Format - 15 minutes qualifying, followed by 3 hour Endurance race, 5 compulsory driver changes.

 


Format

***Drivers should arrive at the circuit at least 45 minutes before the race is due to start***

As per previous seasons, the format remains unchanged.

 

Drivers will take part in a 10-minute Qualifying session to determine starting positions for Race One of the day. As soon as Qualifying is over, drivers will be lined up and they will race their first race, a 20 minute fight to the flag.

 

Drivers will then have a short break before lining up for their second race. They will then have another 20 minute race to the flag. In most cases this race will be a reverse grid of the first race's finishing result. So the winning driver will go to the back of the grid, the last placed driver will start on pole.
Where possible we will try to make sure that drivers have a different Kart for their second race, but this will depend on each circuit and how their timing systems work.
Points are awarded to the top 10 drivers in each race.

 


Weight classes for the 2019 Championship are as follows:


Lightweight: 65kg - 78.3kg.
 

Mediumweight: 78.4kg - 91.6kg.  

Heavyweight:  91.7kg+.


All drivers will be weighed in overalls and helmet. please be aware that should any driver loosing or gaining weight and therefore having to change weight classes during the season will be deducted a total of 20 points from their overall score.

 

Points scoring for 2019 will be as follows:

Drivers will be allowed to drop four races during the season, with their best TWENTY races counting towards the championship.

 

1st = 12 pts

2nd = 10 pts

3rd = 8 pts

4th = 7 pts

5th = 6 pts

6th = 5 pts

7th = 4 pts

8th = 3 pts

9th = 2 pts

10th = 1 pt

 

Pole Position for Race 1: 1 point.

Fastest Lap (each race): 1 point.

In the event of a tie, the position will go to the Driver who has the highest number of pole positions or fastest laps.

 

If you are entering the 2019 Sprint Championship, good luck to you and enjoy you're racing.