Round 6 - F100 British Championship
Various kart clubs around the UK may like to run a F100 90s class within their monthly club events.
We see that as a good thing, the more people that get to experience these karts the better. We are working with the various kart clubs to try and ensure that there is parity between the F100 90s club scene and the F100 90s National Championship. We feel it is important for a club driver to be able to take his/her equipment to race in the National Championship as easily as possible, and also for the national racer to compete in a club race as easily as possible too.
F100 90s will however take a back seat when it comes to running the Club F100 events. The clubs are their own bosses, and run their meetings how they wish, and we respect that. We will have no role in the entry process, the enforcement of regulation, and make no money from these events.
We will help promote the club events, offer guidance to the competitors and/or clubs should they request it, help in any way we can, but we shall only control the running of the F100 90s National Championship, Winter Cup, ‘O’ Plate, and Garda Cup.
Clay Pigeon, Ellough Park, Hooton Park, Tattershall and Fulbeck are already showing an interest and are keen to offer a F100 90s grid that mirrors the National Series at their monthly IKR meetings. If any other tracks that are interested in doing the same please get in touch with us (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly, and we can work together to make both the F100 90s main championships and your club championship a success. Thank you.