2023 Wera Tools British Kart Championships Rotax Calendar is revealed

Published on Sunday, December 4, 2022

2023 Wera Tools British Kart Championships Rotax Calendar is revealed

The Motorsport UK Wera Tools British Kart Championships are thrilled to announce the first category dates of the season ahead as the series reveals the 2023 calendar for the Rotax classes.

Fresh off the back of team UK’s record-breaking week at the Grand Finals in Portugal, the Rotax Championships will do battle over five intense events which will also include the new Micro Max UK and Rotax Mini Max 950 classes.

Britain’s premier kart series has ensured feedback from competitors has been considered when creating the new-look calendar, forming an exciting schedule of events for the year ahead. Visiting a range of top-class and familiar venues across the UK, the season will also see a trip to a new circuit on the Rotax tour in recent times.

The popular Whilton Mill circuit near Daventry kicks off the season for the Rotax drivers who will compete for the first title of 2023 as the coveted Rotax `O Plate` meeting takes place in March.

Kimbolton in Cambridgeshire hosts the all-important BKC opener in May, before a trip into the heart of Wales as the Rotax Championship visits the GYG circuit for the first time in 3 years in June before a natural break for Championship drivers in July.

The series then heads North of the border to Scotland and Larkhall on the August Bank Holiday before heading back to Karting North East at Warden Law in September, with the finale scheduled to take place at PF International in October.

 

2023 Motorsport UK Wera Tools British Kart Championships – Rotax Calendar

Wera Tools British Championship Rotax `O plate`:  Whilton Mill      March 17-19

Event 1:         Kimbolton                      12-14 May *

Event 2:         GYG                                23-25 June

Event 3:         Larkhall                          25-27 August

Event 4:         Warden Law                   22-24 September

Event 5:         PF International             13-15 October

New Rotax special event: date TBC

2023 Rotax E Plate Date:  TBC

*Exclusive Rotax Championship test available: Kimbolton April 7th

Dates and venues may be subject to change and grids are subject to availability with places limited in all classes.

 

The British Kart Championships continues to be one of the most competitive kart series in the world offering drivers from across the globe the chance to compete against some of the best drivers in the business.

2023 will see further enhancements to the on-track CCTV system, a new on-event app and further improvements in the race centre to ensure that the Championship continues to offer high level, fair, competitive racing for all.

In addition to the improvements in technology, it will also continue with control fuel from series partners Vital Equipment, coupled with onsite fuel testing taking place each weekend as well as trackside support from brand Importer JAG Rotax.

We are also delighted to confirm that award-winning broadcasters Alpha Live will once again be providing comprehensive live streaming of each event. In conjunction with the series’ social media coverage, the British Kart Championships was taken to every corner of the globe, with an audience totalling nearly 6 million in 2022.

Motorsport UK Karting Manager Dan Parker commented, “We are delighted to reveal the 2023 Motorsport UK Wera Tools British Kart Championships calendar for our Rotax drivers. Next season will see further opportunities for drivers to compete in two new classes and are excited to welcome the new Micro and Mini Max 950 categories that will be added to the list of offerings. Of course, the Rotax classes also offer the opportunity to shine on a global stage at the famous Grand Finals at the end of the year”.

More information on the registration process will be issued in the coming weeks. Keep tabs on the latest Wera Tools British Kart Championships news and updates by following us on social media: Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and using the hashtag #BKC.

 

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