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Celtic Challenge 2013
Sunday December 8th sees the annual running of the Celtic Challenge, Llandow Kart Clubs final event of the year.
This meeting, which is still run under MSA rules, is intended to be the end of season fun event where we can all get together, have a great weekends racing without the pressure of Club Championships. Class winners will be awarded the prestigious “CC” which they can race with pride at all Llandow meetings for 12 months from the date of winning and be sure that Henry will mention them!
Marshall Safety Clothing
During the summer Llandow Kart Club obtained some funding from the ABkC for new Marshall safety clothing and for trolleys to carry their flags, fire extinguishers etc. The new gear was first used at the November meeting and as you can see is very effective and smart. Thanks to Sheila for organizing the marshalls and to John Taylor for sorcing the jackets and manufacturing the trolleys - all helps to make us safer and raise our profile.
Llandow Kart Club Members
at the Nationals
As well as racing at Llandow some Club members have been taking part in some of the prestigious series around the UK with some success.
Thomas Croydon retained his British title in Junior Honda with Cristiano Nardone coming third. In the Kartmania Honda Challenge Senior Honda, which this year the ABkC allowed their seeded numbers to be used making it a Championship, Chris Lipscomb came second with Monty Gorringe fourth.
In the Junior Honda section of Kartmania Ben Stevens was the winner with Thomas Croydon third.
A full season racing in the NKRA Championship saw local star Ethan Ling winning the Cadet section with Ross Deal runner-up
Josh Collings competed in the highly competitive Formula Rotax class of Super1 and finished the season in tenth place.
Congratulations to all of these successful drivers and to those who also took part flying the Llandow flag.
Richard Dowers 1953-2013
The Llandow Kart Club was saddened to learn of the passing of its Club Secretary, Richard Dowers. Well known and respected in the world of Karting, he had been seriously ill for some time but maintained his contribution to the Club to the very end.
Race Dates 2014
2014 Race Dates are now available in the News section.
All LKC rounds will be on the third weekend of the month.
The Committee Meetings are held at the SWKC on the second Wednesday following each round.
Kart Marshals Needed!
Have you given up being a driver and would now like to Marshal OR would you be interested in becoming a "Kart Marshal" at Llandow Kart Circuit. Race meetings held once a month. Training provided.
For further information please contact Sheila Jones
07808 257972 or email@example.com
Dragon Challenge Points Now online here
The Future is Orange
Not to steal the chant of a well known TV ad. High visibility jackets for use on the track will have to be ORANGE, replacing the familiar yellow. The reason is to avoid confusion with the Yellow flags waved by the Marshals.
Yellow jackets may still be worn on the Dummy Grid and in Parc Ferme but no longer on the track.
Contact the home of Llandow Kart Club
To find out circuit availability please check the calendar link in the menu on the left or contact the circuit:
by phone: 01446 795568
or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact the Llandow Kart Club
For Race entry, membership and information about the Club please see the 'Contact' page.
Membership and race entry forms can be found here.
Competition Secretary, Colin Lipscomb:
by phone: 01685 874814 (evenings only)
Friendly and competitive racing at one of Wales' highest quality Karting circuits
The only fully floodlit outdoor Karting circuit in Wales. Llandow Kart circuit is a 1050 meter adrenalin rush. With 9 corners and some fast straights, Llandow will provide excitement for the beginner while testing more experienced drivers and providing some excellent wheel to wheel racing.
An historic race venue, situated on the old World War II airfield in South East Wales. Post war, Llandow was once ranked along side the likes of the legendary Brooklands race circuit near Waybridge. Its history can be traced back almost 50 years to the very beginnings of Karting in Wales. Links with the Cardiff Kart Club, the St Athan Kart Club and Karting at the disused RAF Llandow can be found in the memoirs of Harry and Evelyn Maund and others.
Modern Racing in Wales
Modernised for the new millennium, Llandow is one of this country's newest and fastest growing kart racing tracks. Recently surfaced in part with high traction, quick draining, porous tarmac and technical to drive, the track demands compromises for most corners, making a good kart set-up critical to a quick lap time.
Llandow also has a race school. If you're just getting in to karting and want to improve your technique and lap times our experienced kart drivers can help. From the basics through to more advanced you will be taught by expert karting drivers and will learn a lot, just what you need to get started!