Our 9th year of organising the East Anglian Trophy Meeting is now behind us with positive feedback on the weekends meeting. HKRC are now looking forward to hosting round three of the 2017 LGM X30 tour. On -line entries are now open. You are able to join the meeting as a guest, but must contact Mike Mills for details. Conditions apply.Closing date for the June meeting is Monday 4th June. The format will include practice sessions and one heat for all LGM compeitors on the Saturday starting at 10am with a continuation of the heats and final on Sunday again starting at 10am. Site opens on Friday 9th at 9am. Track is off limits on Friday and once practice and racing is completed on each day over the weekend. In addtion HKRC are offering Junior TKM and TKM extreme to compete with the...
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The Old Airfield, Stow Longa, Kimbolton, Cambs, PE28 0EY
Note: Please try to avoid Stow Longa Village
The circuit is located 10 miles WSW of Huntingdon, just outside Kimbolton village in Cambridgeshire, and is easy to get to from a number of major routes
FROM THE A14 West - Leave the A14 at Junction 16, to Catworth B660 (approx. 6 miles west of Huntingdon). Follow an unclassified road on the left to Stow Longa village. The track is within 1.5 miles on your right after the Bicton Industrial sites, before Stow Longa.
FROM THE A14 East - Leave the A14 at Junction 19, to Easton (approx. 5 miles west of Huntingdon). Follow an unclassified road, turn right & right again & the track is on your right before Stow Longa village.
FROM A1 / KIMBOLTON - Take the B645 (to Hail Weston) then when through Kimbolton, take the right B660 to Catworth and then in less than 0.25miles turn right onto an unclassified road to Stow Longa. The track is within 1.5 miles on your right after the Bicton Industrial sites, before Stow Longa.
2016 was a steady year for HKRC in which many changes were seen across the site as the club continues to improve the facilities for our competitors and the efficiency of the race weekend. The investment into the improvements has benefited everyone during the season. The established proven formula of professionalism and efficiency has remained at the forefront of the clubs success. The organization of each race weekend has still attracted a good membership during throughout the 2016 season. The club has a loyal following of competitors which we are pleased to see every season. The club prides its-self with this well established support. When new faces appear and after sampling a competitive and friendly atmosphere we will be confident that we will see these competitors again.
We endeavour to listen to all club members’ feedback both positive and also constructive criticism, From this we are able to improve certain aspects of the race package. We do endeavour to respond to all communications via the HKRC Committee.
The HKRC Committee and the weekend officials work for the Club Members and designate much of their spare time to ensure the site and race meeting are ready for every race weekend.
Championship meetings for 2017 will be contested over 11 rounds with 9 to count. This is a change from previous seasons and has taken in account feedback and our full 2017 race calendar Although HKRC reserve the right to change this program if situation arise beyond our control.
The Anglian Trophy meeting for 2017 will still be a three day meeting but for this year will only account for a single round and will be held in the month of May. Plenty of track action and a favorite race weekend for both competitors and family.
The winter months from October 2016 to March 2017 the race weekends start at 09.30am with a race format of 2 heats per class and a final. From April 2017 to October 2017 the race weekends will start at 10am with a race format of 3 heats and a final. With additional formats being introduced to include qualifying and timed practice which received positive feedback when implemented throughout the 2016 season.
HKRC has generated this membership pack for the intention that you will be joining Hunts Kart Racing Club for the 2017 season and enjoy the atmosphere of a professional, friendly Club that works hard to provide Competitors and Spectators with an exciting and enjoyable weekends racing. The aim of HKRC is to ensure that all competitors have a safe and competitive race weekend.
Unacceptable on track racing standards and inappropriate behaviour in the paddock is not tolerated and will be addressed swiftly. 2017 will be another positive year for HKRC and we are pleased that you have decided to join our club. We look forward to meeting with you over the coming season and know that you will be proud to be part of Hunts Kart Racing Club future success
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Martin Chesterman | HKRC Chairman